Anatomy-Medical School (A)

A 0100 - Introduction to Clinical Anatomy

Credit(s): 6-10 Credits

Anatomy is the cornerstone of medicine. Clinical procedures, both diagnostic and therapeutic, are the practical applications of our understanding of the structure and function of the human body.<p> Introduction to Clinical Anatomy is designed to provide medical students with the foundation needed for professional training, through the detailed study of human gross anatomy. The study of the structure of the human body and descriptive anatomic terminology will provide a foundation for the evaluation of patient symptoms and the overall clinical practice of medicine. The anatomic relationships of key structures in human anatomy will be emphasized during the cadaveric dissection.

Restrictions:

Enrollment limited to students in the South Campus (Medical Center) campus.