Introduction to the topographical anatomy of the whole human body, based on the study of prosected human specimens. Topics for study include: general topographical and descriptive anatomy, and the musculoskeletal, nervous, cardiovascular, special sensory organ, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
This course is designed for students who require the broad study of human anatomy, as well as those who wish to proceed to Level III studies or a major in Anatomy.
Prerequisite: A pass in BABS1201 or DPST1051 plus either a pass in ANAT2241 or BABS1202 or DPST1052 or BABS2202 or BABS2204 or BIOC2201 or BIOC2291 or BIOS1101 or HESC1501 or PHSL2101 or PHSL2121 or VISN1221
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