OPTOMĀ 8010 Anatomy, Physiology and Disease Processes I: 4 semester hours

Prerequisites:Concurrent enrollment in OPTOM 8050 is required. First in a two-semester course sequence that will detail the general anatomy of the human body along with the histology (microanatomy), physiology and disease processes of major organ systems. Course content will be presented in a modular format. Areas of discussion will include cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, reproductive, integumentary and peripheral and autonomic nervous systems. The laboratories will emphasize and augment important concepts introduced in the classroom environment.

Curriculum

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