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difference between gross/functional human anatomy; should i take anatomy as undergrad

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Yogi Bear, Jan 19, 2002.

  1. Yogi Bear

    Yogi Bear 2K Member
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    There's a functional anatomy course at my undergraduate school. How's it different from medical school anatomy which people say is "gross anatomy". also, do u think it's good idea to take an anatomy class as an undergraduate to better prepare for med school? we don't have labs...just slides/overheads.
     
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  3. megkudos

    megkudos Senior Member
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    Hmm...I am taking Functional Human Anatomy at my undergrad next semester. I'm not sure if it is different from gross anatomy (though we do have Netter's anatomy as one of our required texts which is the same book that meds students use) I figure I'd like to be exposed to anatomy a little now even though it probably won't be half of what we get in in Med school. I guess it can't hurt and I need the science credit anyway.
     

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