Anatomy for Lawyers

06 Dec , 2022

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Whether a car accident, defective medical device, or other situation where injuries are sustained and damages are sought, lawyers need to understand the fundamentals of anatomy, physiology, conditions, and treatments. Procedural and evidentiary items must also be considered. 

The purpose of this webinar is to provide substantive explanations of the following items:

Legal considerations

General medical terminology

Musculoskeletal anatomy (with an emphasis on the spine)

Surgical procedures 

Learning Objectives:

1. Procedural and evidentiary items to consider when medical conditions or injuries are at issue.

2. Distinguish between various positions and fundamental terms.

3. Understand the body’s relationship with its different system.

4. Appreciate the nuances of musculoskeletal anatomy.

 

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