BIOL 241

Human Anatomy Observation Lab

One of the two laboratories in gross anatomy designed to complement BIOL 240. Emphasizes the three-dimensional appearance and spatial relationships of anatomical structures through supervised observations of pre-dissected human cadavers. Limited to students enrolled in, or seeking admission to, programs that require a human anatomy observation laboratory. Prerequisite: Concurrent or prior enrollment in BIOL 240 is required.

At KU we are fortunate to be able to offer a human cadaver lab experience.  Lab is taught from a regional approach, meaning that we examine all the structures and systems of the body in a given area (e.g., the upper limb, head/neck, etc).

Satisfies: N Natural Science (N)

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