2.29906 MEDICAL SCIENCE 2
This course is covered in semester two of year two. The course is designed to enable students to have the understanding of the radiographic anatomy and pathology of the respiratory system, cardiovascular system and the nervous system. In particular students learn the different organ structures that comprise those system and their vital functions that enable the body to function normally. An imaging correlation is taught where actual radiologic images are used to correlate classical anatomy to imaging anatomy. Common pathology relating to these systems are also covered. Students also continue to build up skills and confidence in communication and in information technology.
Contact hours: 6 hours per week (2 lectures, 2 tutorial, 2 lab sessions)
Assessment: Tests, assignment, Presentations (60%), final exam (40%)