The course is a continuation of BIS 136◊ and extends the study of the functional anatomy of human organ systems by emphasizing the nature of processes at the molecular, cellular and tissue levels and how imbalances in these processes can lead to organ system dysfunction and clinical consequences in the patient. The components are presented using lecture, discussion, laboratory and a greater emphasis on clinical problem-solving exercises. The laboratories involve methods and techniques having a more direct relationship to clinical procedures and practices.
Credit Hours: 4.0
Lecture Hours: 3.0
Lab Hours: 3.0
Course Fee Required
BIS 136◊ or equivalent course, with a grade of "C" or better