Pathology and Disease I
Introduction to 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 medical emphasis areas of infectious disease and immunology, oral medicine, nutritional and metabolic medicine, dermatology, musculoskeletal system, ophthalmology, gynecological and obstetrical medicine, and endocrinology. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Corequisite(s): BIO103 and MTR104 or BIO115 and MTR104. Spring Only.
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