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BIOL 382: Pathophysiology  

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This course is designed to give students an in-depth understanding of the various physiological systems in humans and how illness and pathology develop in those systems.  Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and student-lead discussions, students will gain an appreciation for the manner in which the body coordinates and executes physiological functions, and the pathologies that can develop when normal function is disrupted.  Students will also develop an appreciation for the complexity of the human body and the organization required for the proper homeostatic balance the body must maintain in order for life to continue.  Throughout the semester, students will consider anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry, of the body and the interaction of the various organ systems of the human body.



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