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Course Description

This course will cover, in an obviously abbreviated fashion, much of what is taught in the first two years of medical school. The history of medicine and medical terminology will be covered first, in order to be able to navigate the language of medicine. The remainder of the course will explore the anatomy, physiology, and pathological conditions of the organs and systems of the human body. Taking a medical history and some of the approaches to the diagnostic thought process will be addressed. Other topics such as pharmacology, biochemistry, microbiology, and the like will be addressed within the context of the systems being discussed. Although a general knowledge of biology would be helpful, no scientific background is necessary for this course. | Lecture (plus questions); Active participation; Viewing videos
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