|(4 cr.) This is the first course in a two-course study of
human anatomy. Dissection and presentation of
the human body using a regional approach provides
the foundation for introducing clinical anatomy
with a strong emphasis on structure/function
relationships. This course teaches the anatomy of
the upper and lower extremities. Each unit
begins with the study of joint structure followed
by muscular, nervous and circulatory systems.
Clinical correlations of musculoskeletal or
neuromuscular pathologies are presented to
develop problem-solving skills.
Prerequisite: BIO 211, BIO 212; Every Year, Fall|