GI clinical anatomy talk - this will be a recap of anatomy and will also go into the pathophysiology and clinical relevance of some GI conditions. This will be good revision and also a chance to learn more!

 


 Surgeon: Miss Nala Sivarajasingham


 

  •  Revision of the anatomy (useful for both first and second years!)

  •  Find out more about the GI system in a clinical context

  •  An opportunity to ask questions to a surgeon specialised in this field

 

 

Alcuin lecture theatre (video-linked to Ryton in Hull)

 

Monday 3rd February

7pm


 

Cost: FREE

Clinical Anatomy - Gastrointestinal System

The HYMS York Surgsoc held its first talk of the Clinical Anatomy series on 3rd February 2014. It was on the gastrointestinal tract and was given by Miss Nala Sivarajasingham a surgeon at the York Hospital. Though the talk did not go into great detail on the anatomy and physiology aspects, it did give a lot of information on the clinical aspect and pathology of the GI tract. This was found especially helpful and intriguing to the year 3s and 4s who were actively involved in the Q&As, which ran alongside the talk. Overall, it was an insightful evening, which left stomachs rumbling and students waiting for the next talk of the series.

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