SCSK 509 Imaging and Anatomy

Robert Hage, MD, PhD, DLO, MBA
This one-credit selective will give participants the opportunity to review the typical anatomical structure of the human body as seen in various radiological films, such as X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans. A major emphasis will be placed on the clinical application of gross anatomy as it relates to the various imaging methods, especially with hands-on experience with ultrasonography. Ultimately, the students’ overall knowledge of clinical anatomy will be enhanced.