BIOS318 : Cross-Sectional Anatomy

Cross-sectional Anatomy is an advanced anatomy and physiology course that discusses anatomical structures of the body located in an array of multiple imaging planes. Characteristic appearances of anatomical structures will be discussed as they apply to Computer Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Ultrasound. Pathophysiological aspects of major anatomical structures will be addressed and reviewed through identification exercises and assignments when applicable.

Prerequisites

BIOS203 Anatomy & Physiology I and BIOS204 Anatomy & Physiology II OR BIOS234 Human Anatomy and BIOS235 Human Physiology.

Concurrent

BIOS221 Pathophysiology.

Overview

Program

Credits

3