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Regional dissection, lectures, demonstrations, tutorials, discussions; clinically relevant areas of anatomical radiology, surface anatomy with clinical correlations. Open only to medical students. Offered fall semesters.Course co-directors: Pizzimenti, Pantazis. ACB Participants: Sandra, Hoffmann.
Regional dissection, lectures, demonstrations, with emphasis on head and neck; neuroanatomy. Offered spring semesters. Graduate standing and consent of instructor required.Course director: Hoffman. ACB Participants: Sandra, Hoffmann
Basic principles of systems neuroscience with emphasis on human central nervous system; laboratory emphasis on neuroanatomical study of brain and spinal cord; small group discussions of neurological cases. Offered spring semesters. Consent of course director required. Same as 132:234.Course directors: Cassell and Sipla. ACB Participants: Frank, Cornell.
Regional dissection, lectures, demonstration, with emphasis on areas important to physical therapists. Open only to physical therapy students or to others with consent of instructor. Offered fall semesters.Course director: Andersen. ACB Participant: Sandra.
Regional dissection, lectures, demonstrations, tutorials; neuroanatomy, radiology. Offered summer sessions. Enrollment in Physician Assistant Program or Graduate College or consent of instructor required.Course director: Pizzimenti. ACB Participant: Hoffmann.
Regions, systems relevant to specialty interests of student; dissection, discussion, reading, clinically relevant radiology. Open only to senior medical students and graduate students. Offered spring semesters. Consent of supervising faculty member required. Course director: Pizzimenti.
Integrated human physiology and histology for medical and dental students. Offered spring semesters. Graduate standing and consent of instructor required.
Histology component Course director: Heidger. ACB Participants: Kawai, Yeaman.
Interrelationships between anatomic structure and physiological function in health and disease; clinical assessment of functional integrity of organ systems; implications of pathophysiology for anesthesia. Admission to the anesthesia nursing graduate program or consent of instructor required. Two-semester course. Same as 096:270.Course director: Andersen. ACB Participant: Hoffmann.
Gross and microscopic human anatomy; systemic approach to all body areas, with emphasis on clinical relevance. Open only to pharmacy, pre-nursing, associate medical sciences majors. Offered fall and spring semesters. Prerequisites: 002:010 and 002:011, or equivalents. Course director: Andersen. ACB Participant: Hoffmann.
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