Medical Sciences 320:

Human Cadaveric Anatomy (4.0 units)

Anatomical structure and function of the major regions of the human body as related to health and disease, using clinical cases, lectures and cadaveric demonstrations.
  • Prerequisite: 1 from (BISC 220 or BISC 221)
  • Note: This course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge of the major regions of the human body through the use of lectures, cadaveric demonstrations, and clinical cases. Half of the class meetings are held in the cadaver laboratory at the Keck School. Students receive instructions in human anatomy using over thirty human donors. PLEASE NOTE: D-Clearance has temporarily been lifted so as to facilitate roster changes more quickly. Students do not need to email to request clearance. Any questions can still be directed to Eli Chau at
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Information accurate as of March 11, 2019 8:08 am.
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