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3Credit(s) Lecture Credit:3 Contact Hr/Week Lecture:3 Contact Hr/Term:45 This course provides an in-depth presentation of the morphological organization of the central and peripheral nervous systems. Lecture sessions include descriptions of neurological disorders and lesions and their significance. Laboratory sessions correlate with course content and include demonstrations and hands-on experience with human neurological specimens. Prerequisites: NEUR 10201 Neuroanatomy I