Cell and Neurobiology 504L:

Human Skeletal Anatomy (3.0 units)

An intensive introduction to the human skeleton and the fundamentals of bone and dental biology. Covers a variety of topics including: skeletal development; functional interpretation of bone and bony processes; osteological and dental pathology; human anatomical variation; laboratory analyses and imaging techniques; methods for estimating age, sex, and stature; and comparative osteology.
  • Prerequisite: CNB 501A and CNB 501B
  • Restriction: Registration closed to the following class level(s): Freshmen, Sophomore
40460R046Lecture9:00-10:15amTuesday7 of 10Kristian Carlson,
Ellie McNutt
ONLINEsession dates
40462R046Lab1:00-2:15pmFriday7 of 15ONLINEsession dates
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