Renal Systems OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Medical Course on the Renal Systems by University of Michigan

Published Feb 11, 2009

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The University of Michigan Medical School offers materials from its course 'Renal Sequence' as free OpenCourseWare. Graduate-level medical students or anyone interested in information on this topic will benefit from the course materials covering the structure and function of the renal system.

Renal Sequence: Course Specifics

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Renal Sequence: Course Description

The 'Renal Sequence' course is part of the graduate-level medical program at the University of Michigan. Course lectures, presented by Assistant Professor Dr. Robert Lyons, take a multidisciplinary approach to an exploration of the renal system. Course materials focus on amino acids, folates, one-carbon pathways and nucleic acids. Further information on hernia and abdominal wall anatomy are presented in notes by Professor Richard E. Burney. These course materials will be a beneficial supplement for anyone studying the renal system.

Course materials include lecture notes, supplemental materials and a list of recommended texts. For more information on this OpenCourseWare, visit the renal systems course page.

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