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BMS 605 - Core Principles of Gross Anatomy

A regional approach to the gross anatomy of the human body through the use of prosected cadavers, focusing on the spatial relationships among anatomical structures in the limbs, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, head and neck. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: BMS 208 and graduate standing.

Credits: 4
Lecture, Discussion, and Lab Hours: 3-0-3

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