Clinical Pathophysiology

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enemiaThe clinical pathophysiology course serves as a transition from the basic medical sciences to clinical medicine. The goal of this course is to establish a knowledge base for various clinical problems encountered in Internal Medicine, and will introduce the fundamental concepts of pathophysiology in the clinical setting.

The most important information will be the processes of disease and how they present themselves clinically.  The faculty will introduce students to the basic principles through a series of diverse seminar lectures.

Topics presented in this seminar series will include cardiology, pulmonology, infectious disease, hematology, nephrology, gastroenterology, rheumatology, neurology, oncology and endocrinology.

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