Clinical Anatomy-Physiology 1 (BIOL 331)
A study of human structure and function and its clinical application. Case studies are used to promote the application of knowledge to predict symptoms of organ dysfunction and the rationale for treatment. Topics covered include cell physiology, tissues, inflammation and tissue repair, nerve and muscle physiology, and the cardiovascular and digestive systems. The laboratory provides practical experiences with the structure of the human body, physiological concepts, and clinical tests. This course meets General Education requirements: Scientific Understanding. Pre-Requisites:BIOL 122 and CHEM 322 with a grade of C- or better. Typically Offered Fall, Summer
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