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Anatomy is a core foundation of the Pre-Clinical curriculum and is taught in weekly lab sessions.  These sessions involve a station-based, self-guided learning environment with models/prosected specimens and pathological specimens available for learning. Faculty preceptors are present during these sessions to expand concepts and bring clinical relevance to the material. Radiology and imaging sessions are interspersed throughout the anatomy curriculum to further integrate fundamental anatomy with modalities for assessing anatomy in vivo.  Bell-ringer exams are provided at the end of each medical foundation as a means of self-assessment and integration of the learning objectives presented within that medical foundation.

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