UA, Body Fluids & Parasitology
|Primary Instructor: Thierry||Credit Hours: 3|
The student will be given the opportunity to demonstrate: 1) knowledge of the physiological conditions under which normal and abnormal urine components are formed; 2) the physical, chemical, and microscopic properties of urine and body fluids in both normal and pathologic conditions; 3) the ability to select and perform appropriate techniques for the detection of human parasites; and 4) the ability to identify clinically significant human parasites and associate them with the disease process elicited.
|Lab Fee: $10.00|
|Lecture Hours: 30|
Lab Hours: 45
|Syllabus: Available here.|
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