Pathology and Disease II
Continuation of the fundamental study of pathology and the process of disease. Common disease conditions, prevention, etiology, signs and symptoms, diagnoses, treatment, prognoses, wounds and healing, and the use of medical references for research and verification are studied. Specific attention is given to area of cardiovascular and hematological medicine, ear-nose-throat and respiratory/pulmonary systems, gastrointestinal medicine, renal and urologic medicine, hepatic and biliary medicine, neurologic medicine and psychiatric medicine. 3 Credits (3 Lecture - 0 Lab) Prerequisite(s): BIO103 and HTH115 and MTR101 or BIO103 and HTH115 and MTR104 or BIO115 and HTH115 and MTR101 or BIO115 and HTH115 and MTR104. Corequisite(s): BIO125 or BIO103. Fall Only.