Pelvic and Urinary System graphic

The Pelvic Short Course is designed to provide an overview of the physiology and anatomy underlying the pelvis, perineum, and urinary system. We do use cadaveric dissection, but the course will also delve into the physiology of the urinary system, as well as common pelvic dysfunction (including incontinence, prolapse, and erectile dysfunction), prostatectomy / hysterectomy, urological pathophysiology, and hypertension.  

If you are a non-degree seeking student (from industry) then this is the site to register for this class.  Degree seeking students do not use this site, see below.  Before registering, it’s a good idea to check out the class web site at Pelvic Short Course Web site   After registration, the class web site displays all the necessary information to attend the short course. If you have questions, contact Jane Barnard, mayhe001@umn.edu or 612-624-8151. 







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