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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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BMS 310 - Basic Pathophysiology

Presentation of disease processes in terms of physiologic dysfunction. Pathophysiology emphasizes the disruption of normal steady state relationships and considers the minor, acute, and chronic aspects of disease. This provides a link between the basic medical sciences and their clinical application. Offered fall, winter, and occasionally summer semesters. Prerequisites: BMS 212 and (BMS 290 or BMS 251 or BMS 253.)

Credits: 3

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