AHTC1120 - Anatomic Pathophysiology: Support and Movement
This course integrates three sciences: anatomy, physiology and pathology. The cat is used as the basic anatomical model, with comparisons made to the dog and to farm livestock; species other than the cat are periodically examined to enhance this comparison. This course focuses on tissues and body cavities, the skeletal system, equine and bovine limbs, the muscular system, the nervous system, special senses, and skin.
This course is available to Open Studies students. Although not required, successful completion of English 30-1 or 30-2 or equivalent(s) is recommended prior to taking this course.
||Sep 4 to Dec 14, 2018
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