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Anatomy and Physiology: Skeletal System

Green Clock Hours: 0.75

The architecture of the human skeleton is like that of a timeless building—its apparent simplicity conceals an ingenious complexity lying just beneath the surface.

This course will discuss how bones are classified and describe how they are arranged to form the human skeleton. We will compare the bones of the axial skeleton (bones that form the central line of the body) with those of the appendicular skeleton (bones that form the extremities), and find out how groups of bones work together.



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The architecture of the human skeleton is like that of a timeless building—its apparent simplicity conceals an ingenious complexity lying just beneath the surface.

This course will discuss how bones are classified and describe how they are arranged to form the human skeleton. We will compare the bones of the axial skeleton (bones that form the central line of the body) with those of the appendicular skeleton (bones that form the extremities), and find out how groups of bones work together.



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