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Medical Sciences Baccalaureate Program

Human Anatomy

MEDS 4052C  |  4 credit hours

Fall Semester  |  Syllabus (PDF)

MW 1:00 – 2:00 PM and R 1:30 – 3:30 PM

Andrew Thompson, PhD | andrew.thompson@uc.edu | 513-558-7659
Bruce Giffin, PhD | bruce.giffin@uc.edu | 513-558-5617

Additional Course Fee: $285


Human Anatomy is designed to provide students with an overview of human anatomy. Instructional modalities include lecture and human dissection laboratory. Anatomical regions covered include the back, vertebral canal and spinal cord, thoracic wall, pleural cavity and mediastinum, abdominal wall and contents, pelvic cavity and perineum, lower and upper extremities, and head and neck. Emphasis will be placed on structure–function relationships with a particular focus on clinical relevance. 

Prerequisite

Permission of Course Director

Textbook

Moore KL, Agur AMR, and Dalley AF (2015) Essential Clinical Anatomy (5e), Wolters Kluwer Health, Philadelphia. ISBN: 9781451187496. Note: You may use an earlier edition; however, be sure to verify content as page numbers, figure numbers may have changed.

 

 

 

 


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