PAMS 6321 Human Anatomy II

This course is a continuation of Human Anatomy I and is designed to develop an understanding of normal human anatomy with an in-depth examination of anatomical structures and functions.  Emphasis is placed on the relationship of normal structures and normal variants with clinical correlation to pathology and disease processes. Human structural features are taught through demonstration, dissection, cross section, radiographs, MRI and CT scans, and ultrasonography.   Lectures are complemented by laboratory study of real dissection, prosected cadavers, anatomical models, and 3D anatomic software.  A regional approach will be used to study the musculoskeletal, head, neck, spine, genitourinary, reproductive, and neuroanatomy.




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