HS406

Pathophysiology

Provides in-depth studies of human pathological processes and their effects on homeostasis. Emphasis is on fundamental disease mechanisms and selected examples. Upon completion, students should demonstrate detailed knowledge of pathophysiologic mechanisms, including etiology, physical signs and symptoms, progression, management, and prognosis of major human diseases. Three-hour weekly laboratory emphasizes gross and histologic pathology contrasted with normal tissue.

Credits: 4
Prerequisites: “C” or better in BI210 and 211 and successful completion of 4 hours of CH105 or 110.
Same course as: BI406
*May be offered as an Honors course.