Anatomy and imaging
A clear understanding of anatomy is the cornerstone of good medical practice. At BSMS we are passionate about turning anatomical theory into practice, to give you a real understanding of the human body in health and disease.
Anatomy at BSMS utilises the best cadaveric dissection, meaning you start learning first-hand about the human anatomy right from your second week in Year one. You go far beyond standard prosections and become the first to discover the medical story of a body. Our approach is fully interactive so that you learn from a clinical, hands-on point of view.
Imaging will be a key feature of the future of medicine, whatever form of practice you choose. At BSMS, we take an integrated approach by combining anatomical dissection and related pathology with imaging techniques. You will frequently use ultrasound machines to explore the anatomy related to clinical practice and become proficient at this key clinical imaging modality.
BSMS is leading the way in understanding how students learn and we apply this theory to your teaching sessions to develop sessions and many opportunities that support you to achieve a deep understanding of the human body, its natural variation and in health and disease ready for real life practice.
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