MEDI-2408 Nervous System and Behavior
Course on the core principles of medical science that delves into basic medical sciences and places emphasis on understanding processes and diseases in order for students to acquire a command of physiopathological mechanisms and principles by means of cases that motivate them and lead to a clear understanding and application of the basic medical and scientific fundamentals in clinical training. Students are required to learn and understand the scientific fundamentals of the physiopathological mechanisms of disease and thus understand how to make an accurate diagnosis in order to recognize the correlations between the basic sciences: anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, etc. and clinical sciences for the normal function of the nervous system and human behavior.
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