Anatomy for the Litigator

This illustrated lecture gives a broad overview the basic anatomy and physiology of all body systems that may be encountered in medical malpractice litigation. It also touches on common pathologies encountered in these systems, based on actual cases. This lecture covers ophthalmology, dermatology, respiratory, GI, neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, reproductive, and urinary anatomy, and can also be tailored to include or explore specific anatomy and pathology as requested. (Approximately 6 hours, can be divided into two sessions, or broken down into specific anatomical lectures)