NSURG 5705 - HEAD AND NECK DISSECTION (ILS)
Minimum Credits: 0
Maximum Credits: 0
This course fulfills the integrated life science (ILS) graduation requirement. The course is a four-week selective combining precepted anatomic dissection, various imaging modalities, lectures, operating room exposure, and clinical pathology in a systematic manner. The areas to be covered include anatomy of the head and neck. The course will include lectures in anatomy, pathology and imaging modalities; precepted anatomical dissections and clinical experiences. Clinical experiences will include, but are not limited to, exposure to neurosurgical and otorhinolaryngological procedures in the operating rooms, shadowing time in clinic, as well as assisting in neuropathological examinations. All students will be exposed to the diagnostic modalities appropriate for each anatomic area. They will also have the opportunity to see patients and follow their evaluations and management. To fulfill course requirements, each student will be expected to prepare a formal case presentation correlating the clinical findings, anatomy, diagnostic modalities, pathology and treatment plan.
Academic Career: Medical School
Course Component: Clinical
Grade Component: H/HS/S/LS/U
Course Attributes: School of Medicine Year 4
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