Gross anatomy of the human body considering the thoracic cavity and wall; heart; lungs; mediastinum; the abdomen, including the abdominal wall; GI tract; accessory GI organs; blood and nerve supply; pelvis, including the renal system; male and female anatomy; and neck, face, head and cranial nerves. The laboratory portion of the course covers cadaver dissection. Correlations will be made to various clinical presentations using a computer case-based program and instructor presentation of cases. The cases will emphasize clinical presentation related to Gross Anatomy & Embryology II with contributions from other courses in trimester two when appropriate. Additionally, this course will cover embryologic development of the head & neck, nervous system, respiratory system, and bone marrow hematopoesis of the human body. This course will also emphasize congenital birth defects that the chiropractor may be presented with in a clinical setting.
PREREQUISITE: Gross Anatomy & Embryology I