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ANAT 215: BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY
Intended for science majors and not recommended for first-semester freshmen. An organ-systems approach to the study of the human body, including microscopic and gross structure. The course starts with an introduction to basic cell structure and tissue construction, and continues ...
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ANAT 464: HUMAN TISSUE BIOLOGY
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ANAT 480: HUMAN ANATOMY FOR MEDICAL IMAGING EVALUATION
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ANAT 512: INTRO TO RESEARCH IN ANATOMY
Lectures and demonstrations in current research interests of faculty.
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ANAT 513: INTRO TO RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
Individual work on a research problem. Staff
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ANAT 530: SPECIAL TOPICS
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ANAT 550: GROSS HUMAN ANATOMY 1
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ANAT 551: GROSS HUMAN ANATOMY 2
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ANAT 560: CELL BIOLOGY & HISTOLOGY
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ANAT 580: HUMAN ANATOMY FOR MEDICAL IMAGING EVALUATION
This course provides a systematic study of human anatomy and how this anatomy may be examined with medical imaging. Lecture explores the anatomy and medical imaging of the following systems: skeletal, cardiovascular, nervous, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive.&nbsp...
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