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December 2012

ALC Pre-Med Health Science Students Dissect Femurs

Submitted by preston.powell on Tue, 12/11/2012 - 12:18
Sean Curtis

Recently, pre-med health science students have gained valuable hands on understanding of the long bone anatomy. Mr. Curtis acquired a bundle of cow femurs that his students used to complete their human tissue and skeletal units. He split them into groups and had them identify multiple tissue types, all of the long bone structures, and had them discuss some of the relevant disorders. Who would have thought that a femur was so complex?

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