DPT 809 Human Anatomy II, 2 credits

The second of two courses that study human anatomy, emphasizing structure and function in relationship to human movement, inter-relationships of neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, vascular, and integumentary structure. This course builds upon the foundation built in Human Anatomy I and includes further exploration of structures and relationships using cadaver dissection. Evidence for the anatomical basis of examination and intervention is explored. (Lecture: 1 hour, Lab: 3 hours.)

Prerequisites: DPT 813, DPT 815, DPT 817, DPT 851, DPT 829, DPT 821.

Co-requisites: DPT 853, DPT 823, DPT 855, DPT 857, DPT 839. Spring