BIOL183 ICD-10 Anatomy & Physiology
Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Biology
Course Number and TitleBIOL183 ICD-10 Anatomy & Physiology (Experimental)
Number of Credits3 credits
Minimum Number of Instructional Minutes Per Semester2250
PrerequisitesPermission of the Department
Other Pertinent Informationnone
Catalog Course DescriptionThis course is designed to meet the needs of medical coding professionals for the increased specificity associated with ICD-10. Advance anatomy and physiology is required to understand the upgraded coding requirements and apply it to common medical diseases, disorders, injuries, and conditions.
Required Course Content and Direction
understand and apply medical and anatomical terminology;
- Course Students will:
- identify clinically significant anatomical structures, organs, organ systems;
- understand the relationships between functionally united anatomical structures;
- understand clinically significant physiological processes;
- identify and understand the diseases, disorders, injuries, and conditions of various body systems;
- apply the history, signs, symptoms, imaging, exam findings, treatments, and prognoses of various diseases, disorders, injuries, and conditions of the human body
Planned Sequence of Topics and/or Learning Activities:
- blood and blood forming organs
- endocrine system
- nervous system
- eye and adnexa
- ear and mastoid process
- circulatory system
- respiratory system
- digestive system
- integumentary system (skin)
- musculoskeletal system
- genitourinary system
Assessment Methods for Core Learning Goals:
- Course The assessment of course learning goals will be based on online discussions, objective examinations, assignments, papers, and/or performance-based tasks and projects.
- Core (if applicable) This course is not included in the Core.
Reference, Resource, or Learning Materials to be used by Students:
- Textbook (currently Advanced Anatomy & Physiology for ICD-10-CM/PCS by Contexo media)
- Virtual laboratory software Anatomy & Physiology Revealed 3.0 (virtual cadaver dissection)
- Learning Management System
- Notes, reading assignments, animations, lecture videos and tutorials, laboratory images, and powerpoint presentations for self study will be provided.
Teaching Methods EmployedSection VIII is not being used for new and revised syllabi as of 12/10/08.
Revision / Approval Date: First Offered 11/2011