Fundamental principles of cellular and molecular functions related to basic physiologic mechanisms of homeostasis in the human body and introduction to the pathophysiologic alterations which occur in these mechanisms leading to specific disease processes. Provides clinical correlation supporting concurrent coursework involving the treatment of disease in respect to organ systems, including cardiovascular, respiratory, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, integumentary, digestive, genitourinary, reproductive, and lymphatic. 5 Credits (5 Lecture) Corequisite(s): PHA375. Fall Only.