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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Anatomy and Regenerative Biology (ANAT)
ANAT
2160
Human Functional Neuroanatomy
Human Functional Neuroanatomy
Fall 2017
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The central and peripheral nervous systems; diseases and injuries with impact on the normal structural-functional relationship.
1. The course lectures will focus on learning the major sensory and motor pathways and connections in the brain and spinal cord, with their function and the effects of lesions on the pathways.
2. The course also contains lectures on the peripheral nerves, blood supply, the meninges and ventricular system.
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