Upper Limb and Back: General Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Is Dr. Zagon available to us?

  • Yes! Dr. Zagon is ever present. He will not be available in the laboratory but he will, as always, be available for advice and to resolve supreme issues. It is typical that he and I will discuss the proceedings of the course on a daily basis. - lae

The lecturers are more varied during the second half of the course. What does this mean for the laboratory dissections?

  • We will follow the dissector as indicated in the syllabus. Please be prepared to guide your dissections by the dissector. Deviations from the pages listed in the syllabus will be minor. - lae

Is learning about the anatomy of the upper limb and back facilitated by our former studies of the lower limb?

  • Yes! This is the time to take advantage and to over learn the material. The degree of difficulty and the format will be the same as you previous examinations. You have, however, previously studied similar material for the lower limb. Please do not squander this opportunity to shine. The subsequent Head and Neck examination can be challenging. - lae

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