31/873 Basic Human Pathology: Parts I and II, Academic Year 2007/2008

Basic Human Pathology (BHP) is divided into two parts.  Part I, general pathology, refers to the study of basic pathology processes that underlie all disease such as cellular pathology, inflammation and repair, fluid and hemodynamic derangements, neoplasias, and the study  of genetic immunologic, metabolic and deficiency, infections, environmental, pediatric and geriatric diseases.  Part II, systems pathology, refers to the study of diseases affecting specific organs and their systems such as cardiovasuclar; respiratory; ear, nose, throat; ophthalmic; alimentary tract including oral cavity; lymphoid and hemopoietic tissues; liver; pancreas and biliary tract; endocrine; urinary; male and female genital; nervous system; musculoskeletal; and integument.

Attend the course '31/873 Basic Human Pathology: Parts I and II, Academic Year 2007/2008'


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