|93-334 Veterinary Anatomy II W(2-6)|
The prerequisite, 93-306, has provided the student with the basic skills and knowledge of the anatomical discipline. This course will deal with the comparative anatomy of the domestic farm animals. Major emphasis will be placed on the following aspects: a sound knowledge of the significant differences and similarities in structure among the several species of domestic farm animals; detailed study of anatomy related to surgically and clinically important regions; and the student's ability to observe and communicate this anatomical knowledge. Department of Biomedical Sciences.
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|