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    1st sem syllabus?

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    Hi all,

    Anyone out there have an anatomy syllabus. I am trying to get an idea of the pace, sure its a lot in a short period of time. It would also be nice to know the class is taught in terms of systems or regions.

    BTW any other class syllabus would be great as well

    Thanks for the help

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    tRmedic21 is offline Elite Member 510 points
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    It is

    Anat is most definately in regions.

    It has changed slightly for this semester, but here is what they have had so far:

    Test I - back, thorax and superficial head and neck
    TestII - deep head and neck

    This is as far as they have gotten, the rest is mine from last semester:

    Test III - upper limb and abdomen
    Test IV - abdomen, pelvis/perineum, lower limb

    Test V - Comprehensive Final, only written, no lab exam.

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    tks trmedic

    Thank you tRmedic

    That is what I was looking for. Anat is one class that I did not take so my time lately has been spent doing some prep study. Looks like it is time to focus on test I regions. thanks again.

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    For a jump

    Focus on musculature, innevation, and vasculatute of the back, neck, and shoulder, that is where you will start, for sure. This will encompass the first week at least, then you'll turn 'em over and start on the thoracic cavity, first with muscles and nerves, then in a few weeks crack the chest and get into the pleural cavity, with mediastinal layers and such.

    Like I said, if you focus on back, shoulder, neck, and thorax, with just muscles, nervous innervation, and blood supply, you will have it down pat for the first couple of weeks. The deeper stuff you will have plenty of time one. None of the first section is very difficult, but I think when he added superficial head and neck to the first exam this semester, he made it alot more difficult than it had been in the past.

    If you are coming down early, get ahold of Dr. Colborn's Benchmarks (available from Note service or any student) and start on the first 30 pages of questions in there, and you will be perfect. Oh wait.... you guys will have a different (new) Benchmark volume, with like 300 more benchmarks, alot of them in cardio, which is the first section. OUCH! But it will help you.

    Trust me, people, there is NO better way to help yourself in Anatomy than to KEEP UP WITH THE BENCHMARKS! His tests do not come word for word from the Benchmarks, but ALL of the material ON the test is IN the benchmarks. If you kow those questions front to back, and can finish the question when someone else begins it (and give the answer, of course), you will do FINE. Keep this in mind... DON'T get behind on your benchmarks or you will be sorry.... don't say I didn't warn you. You'll be kicking yourself for throwing away easy points...

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