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PAS 535 Pathophysiology II

Course Description: Pathophysiology is the study of disease and disease processes as a scientific basis for understanding health and disease in the study of clinical medicine. It is designed to provide the basic pathophysiologic understanding of diseases and the resulting clinical manifestations, while placing less emphasis on diagnosis and treatment issues. This course provides the necessary linkage between the basic sciences and the clinical presentation of disease states.

Course Rotation: Spring

Credits

2 credits

Prerequisite

PAS 512, PAS 534, PAS 547, PAS 601, PAS 604, and PAS 606 All with a Minimum Grade of B-