Key Topics: Human Anatomy • Bodily Functions & Systems • Dissection
Made in Close
Students conduct a model biopsy and lumpectomy and understand the criteria surgeons use to determine if they will perform a biopsy or lumpectomy on a patient.
Students dissect a sheep brain to observe the various lobes, grey & white matter, optic chasm and cerebellum and other anatomical structures. Students practice sagittal, axial and traverse cuts.
Students are presented with a hypothetical patient who has endured a traumatic accident and are called to diagnose and treat their patient based on the knowledge and experience they have obtained.
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