Anatomy & Physiology II

SCI 225
Description: Students will use the knowledge obtained in SCI-220 as a foundation to study the individual systems of the body as well as show the systems work together in the human organism. The cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, excretory, and endocrine systems are studied individually; the coordination of these systems by the central nervous system completes the course. Emphasis in placed on normal physiology, but enough pathology is introduced to give an appreciation of the disease process. Two hours per week of laboratory involve cat dissection, as well as student electrocardiograms, blood pressures, and urinalysis. (Spring Only)

Prerequisite: SCI-220 Radiography majors only, or permission of ITS Department Chair or Office of the Dean of the CPS Division

Not Offered This Semester

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