OM 2001: Musculoskeletal System II

Class Program
Credits 3

The Musculoskeletal System II course is scheduled to deliver pertinent topics of diseases of the musculoskeletal system in a multidisciplinary format. Students are expected to be fluent in the language of neuromuscular physiology, and apply the concepts through the course. Pathological concepts of disease presentation, diagnosis, and therapy will be discussed for bone, cartilage, joints, soft tissue, nerve, and skin diseases. There will be a strong emphasis on rheumatologic disorders, neoplasia, infectious and inflammatory skin disorders. Anti-inflammatory and neuromuscular pharmacology will be integrated into the therapy of these disorders.


Successful completion of all Year 1 coursework