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Integrated Medical Anatomy

The overarching course goals for Integrated Medical Anatomy, part of the year-one MD Program curriculum are to:

  • Describe the anatomical organization of the truck, limbs, head and neck.
  • Summarize the interrelationship of cells, organs and organ systems.
  • Explain how the major organ systems develop.
  • Recognize anatomical structures through radiological imaging.
  • Apply anatomical information to clinical problems.
  • Demonstrate teaching skills and ability to work effectively in a team.

Learn more about the Integrated Medical Anatomy course at med.wisc.eduexternal link

Contact Information

Allison Grayev, MD

Co-Director, Integrated Medical Anatomy
AGrayev@uwhealth.orgicon: send email

Last updated: 1/19/2018
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