The articulating surfaces of the skeleton, and their range of motion will be discussed. The normal range of motion will be critically compared to disorders and disease involving joints. Pathologies related to joint function will be examined. Emphasis will be placed on muscle origins, insertions and actions, their innervations and joints they act upon. Discussion of connective tissue structure and ligaments will be included. Instruction (1.5), Lab (1.5). Equivalent to: BIO-146. Requisite Courses: Take BIO-1160. (Required, Previous), Take BIO-1146L (Required, Concurrent).
BIO-1146 Joints and Soft Tissues - 3.00 credits