RS 201 - Gross Anatomy Imaging Lab I
(1 cr.) This course presents in-depth consideration of gross anatomy within systems located in the chest, abdomen and upper extremity of the body. Students discuss the structure and function of each anatomic component within each region. Conventional anatomic illustrations are correlated with their radiographic counterpart. The radiographic appearance of specific structures as demonstrated on conventional radiographic images is correlated to images obtained using other advanced imaging modalities such as computed tomography, magnetic resonance and sonography. Prerequisite: BIO 211, BIO 211L, BIO 212, BIO 212L; Every Year, Fall

Fall 2016