IMAG 328-Pathophysiology (4)

Prerequisites: BIOL 144C, ENGL 102
Online course available only for the students enrolled in online degrees. All prerequisites must be completed with a minimum grade of “C” (2.00).
This course explores the principles of human physiology and pathologic processes that alter the human body’s lines of defense and resistance to disease. The course will provide the student within understanding of structural adaptations and functional responses of cells, tissues, organs, and systems. The student will develop the ability to relate clinical manifestations of pathophysiologic changes as they apply to the imaging professional. The course includes four credit hours of theory (60 clock hours).

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