PAM 434/434.6: Clinical Human Anatomy Lecture/ Lab (offered at Bay Shore campus only)

Course Description Consists of a series of lecture, demonstrations, and prosections designed to provide an understanding of the structural and functional anatomy of the human body relevant to the needs of the physician assistant. Sections covered are: general anatomical concepts; upper extremity and back; head and neck; thorax and abdomen; perineum, pelvis, and lower extremity; neuroanatomy. Coordinated with the anatomy lectures are histology lectures, which introduce the student to the structure and function of cells and tissues of the body. 3 credits of lecture, 1 credit of lab
  
Prerequisites
  
Credits 4