Central and Peripheral nervous system: general organization of the human nervous system, general lines of the anatomical organization for the collection of nerve impulses, general construction plan of the central nervous organs (white matter and gray matter). Morphology, structure and function of the spinal cord, brainstem, cerebellum, diencephalon and telencephalon. Cranial nerves. Meninges, cerebrospinal fluid cavities, cerebrospinal fluid. Aympathetic, parasympathetic methasymapthetic sections of the autonomic nervous system. Muscle tone and posture; the cerebral cortex and its functions, control of arousal and higher functions such as language, memory and learning. Respiratory system. Nasal cavities and paranasal sinuses; the larynx, laryngeal muscles and the glottis; the tracheobronchial tree, the morphology and physiology of the lungs; the pleura; mediastinum and list the organs contained in its various parts. The physiology of the breath control; the preassures and volumes. Male and female reproductive system. Male genitalia. In particular, testes in relation to spermatogenesis, shape, position, relationships and structure of the prostate. Female genitalia. In particular, describe: shape, position and relationship of the ovaries, their structure in relation to the basic stages of oogenesis (ovarian cycle); shape, position and relations of the uterus, its structure and cyclic changes of the endometrium in the menstrual cycle.The breast, its structure and its lymphatic drainage. Urinary system. The kidney, the path of blood through the kidney, the nephron: describe the renal corpuscle, filtration, the factors that determine it and the methods by which it is measured; renal tubule, secretion and reabsorption, tubular sodium-ion, renal bicarbonate, mechanisms and their importance in homeostatic counter, importance of the kidney in the maintenance of the acid-base balance, behavior of various ions of the main organic substances (urea, glucose, pai, creatinine, proteins), importance of the kidney as an endocrine organ, the juxtaglomerular apparatus and the renin/angiotensin/aldosterone system. Overview of the urinary tract. Shape, position, relations and major structural features of the ureters, bladder and urethra, and understand the physiology of micturition. Anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system (general endocrinology and the characteristics and functions of the individual hormones). Cardiocirculatory system, action potential, ECG, blood pressure measurement and control. Digestive system. Mouth, stomac and digestive functions including hormones and liver and pancreatic secretions actions.