Description: This lecture and laboratory course is designed to introduce the first semester Animal Health Technology student to the comparative normal anatomy and physiology of selected domestic animal species. The eleven anatomical systems are covered and material presented ranges from the microscopic cellular level to the level of the full organism. Relevant application of structure and function to the clinical medical situations is addressed. Appropriate medical terminology is included with each system. Animal dissection is carried out by each student.
This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):