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CH6322: Orthopedics II

 

Lecture hours: 2
Lab hours: 2
Hours: 60
Credit hours: 3

 

Description:

The lecture portion of this course presents the etiology, clinical presentation, orthopedic evaluation, and management of less common musculoskeletal conditions of the spine, pelvis, and extremities with additional emphasis being placed on differential diagnosis. The lab portion of this course emphasizes mastery of the procedures taught in Orthopedics I as well as learning new, less commonly utilized procedures, and placing an increased emphasis on record keeping skills. In addition, the lab emphasizes practical application of the student’s diagnosis skills to the lecture topics through clinical cases.

PREREQUISITE: Orthopedics I; Adjusting Procedures III

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