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Anatomy Courses

Anatomy Courses

HBA 521 - Gross Anatomy of Head, Neck & Trunk
Tutorial laboratories with emphasis on dissections of the human head, neck, and trunk.
Fall, 8 credits, Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.)

HBA 531 - The Body - Now listed as MED500A
A lecture and laboratory with emphasis on dissection of the entire human body. Topics include functional and topographic anatomy, embryology, clinical correlations, and an introduction to radiology.  This course is for metriculated medical students only.
Fall, 8 credits
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HBA 542 - Advanced Human Anatomy for Physical Therapists
Regional approach to the lower limb for physical therapy students (DPT). The course is presented in conjunction with HYA 519, Kinesiology for Physical Therapists. This module offers an expanded view of teh functional anatomy and arthrology of the hip, thigh, leg, and foot. Labs are three hours, one day per week.
Enrollment is limited to DPT students. S/U grading.

HBA 560 - Advanced Regional Anatomy
Advanced human gross anatomy for graduate students or advanced undergraduates in biology, anthropology and other life sciences.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Summer, 3-8 credits, Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.)

HBA 461/561/540 - Regional Human Anatomy
A lecture and laboratory course that includes dissections of the entire human body. The course is organized in three modules: (1) thorax and abdomen, (2) head and neck, including neuronatomy, and (3) limbs. It covers regional and conceptual information on the gross anatomy of all organ systems in the human body.
Prerequisite: Admission to Stony Brook's Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant or Respiratory Therapy programs.
Summer, 5 credits, Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.)

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