Anatomy

Anatomy

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Pre-clinical medical and veterinary anatomy are taught through the Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience.

Medical anatomy integrates dissection, lectures and practical classes and the veterinary course consists of consists of lectures, practicals and live animal work, with the goal of emphasising the theoretical scientific underpinnings while constantly maintaining the clinical links of the courses.

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