Course Description: Regional approach to human gross anatomy through laboratory dissection of human cadaver.
Course Objectives: Students will be able to identify the common structures of bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, regional triangles, joints, and viscera within the four regions (lower limb, back/thorax/abdomen, head and neck, upper limb).
Prerequisites: BMS 301
Format: 4 credits - 9 hours of laboratory per week
Semesters Offered: Fall
Required: Grant's Dissector, 13th ed., Sauerland
Suggested: Visible Human Dissector (CD - student version or DVD - Pro version), Virtual Edge, Frasier and Giddings
Anatomy, A Regional Atlas of the Human Body, Clemente
Color Atlas of Anatomy, Rohen and Yokochi
Grant's Atlas of Anatomy, Anderson
Atlas of Human Anatomy, Netter
|Weeks 1-3:||Lower Limb|
|Weeks 4-7:||Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis|
|Weeks 8-11:||Head and Neck|
|Weeks 12-15:||Upper Limb|