Pathobiology and Host Defense
|Primary Instructor: TBA||Credit Hours: 4|
Pathobiology and Host Defense is an 8 week course that will introduce the student to the pathologic
changes that are manifest in human disease, with an emphasis on pathogenesis, gross and microscopic
pathology, and the microbiological and immunologic features of health and disease. The student will be
given the opportunity to: 1) understand the pathogenesis of disease, 2) differentiate normal from
abnormal organs, grossly and microscopically, 3) evaluate gross and histological sections of tissues
appropriately, and 4) appraise and recognize the gross and microscopic characteristics of pathologic
processes related to specific organ systems. This course combines lectures and laboratory sessions.
Prerequisites: CLLS 5501 (Human Anatomy) and CLLS 5420 (Molecules, Cells and Tissues).
|Prerequisite: CLLS 5501 (Human Anatomy) and CLLS 5420 (Molecules, Cells and Tissues).|
|Lab Fee: No Lab|
|Lecture Hours: 44|
Lab Hours: 18
Conference, Discussion or Seminar Hours: 7
|Syllabus: Not currently available.|
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