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Recommended undergrad anatomy/physiology electives???

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - DO' started by EricCSU, Apr 6, 2000.

  1. EricCSU

    EricCSU Senior Member
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    I'm a sophomore in my undergrad right now, and I just changed my major from Health to Sports Medicine. This took 22 credits out of my curriculum, but I will still have to graduate in 5 years. I have the opportunity to minor in anatomy and neurobiology as well as an emphasis in human physiology. This would include picking three classes from the following:
    Human Gross Anatomy II (I'm already taking I)
    Pharmacology
    Endocrinology
    Histology
    Neuroanatomy
    Muscle and Nerve Toxins and Disease
    Disorders and Diseases of the Brain
    Celluar Neurobiology
    Cardiopulmonary Physiology
    Mammalian Physiology I (graduate course)

    Now, these are all undergrad courses, so they wouldn't be as comprehensive as a med school course. I'm asking med students out there what would be the most helpful to me in the event that I went to med school. All imput will be helpful. Thank you and have a great day.

     
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  3. doatc

    doatc Senior Member
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    All of the courses listed will help but I would suggest taking Neuroanatomy and Pharmacology. It is never to early to start memorizing those drugs. I would check with the Neuro professor and ask him/her which of the Neuro courses focuses on Lesions in the Brain and Cord. This would be most helpful to you.
     

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