Anatomical pathology 380

Module code ANP 380
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

General pathology 
• Cell injury, death and adaptation
• Acute and chronic inflammation
• Repair: Cell regeneration, fibrosis and wound healing
• Hemodynamic disorders, thrombosis and shock
• Disorders of the immune system
• Neoplasia
• Environmental diseases
• General pathology of infectious diseases
Diseases of the following organ systems
• Blood vessels
• Heart
• Haemopoietic and lymphoid systems
• Respiratory tract
• Urinary tract
• Gastrointestinal tract
• Liver and biliary tract
• Pancreas
• Male genital system
• Female genital system and breast
• Endocrine system
• Musculoskeletal system
• Skin
• Nervous system

Module credits 24.00
NQF Level 07
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Contact time 4 lectures per week S1, 6 other contact sessions per week for 5 weeks
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Oral Pathology and Oral Biology
Period of presentation Year

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