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Human Physiology vs. Human Systemic Physiology

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical Allopathic [ MD ]' started by Doctormo24, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. Doctormo24

    Doctormo24 Senior Member

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    Im planning to take Human Physiology in the Fall but then I saw that my school offers Human Systemic Physiology as well, whats the difference between the two?
  2. Bubblehead-to-MD

    Bubblehead-to-MD Emergency Blow!

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    Perhaps the two differ in the approach to the study of physiology (i.e. cellular based vs. systems based)...I'm really reaching here in the absence of other info. Do the course descriptions not offer distinguishing clues?
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    consult your school's course catalogue... or ask around... or ask your advisor. ask anyone that has anything to do with your school... :confused:
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    simple. take the one that interests you more.

    both look good for med school, so the ultimate choice is yours.

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