. Knowledge and understanding:
By the end of the course , student should be able to:
2.a.1. Mention the normal physiology of the human body.
2.a.2. Describe the normal metabolism of the human musculoskeletal system.
2.b. Intellectual skills:
2.b.1. Interpret data acquired to understand applied physiology and biochemical reactions of orthopedic diseases.
2.c. Professional and practical skills:
2.d. General and transferable skills:
2.d.1 Use of different sources for information and knowledge to learn more about abnormal physiology and biochemistry of orthopedic disease.