Medical Sciences | Disease and the Human Body
M131 | 18846 | Bosin
12:20-1:10 MWF Bldg and Room not yet assigned.
Suitable for non-science majors. Class attendance required.
This team-taught course will use common diseases to introduce
students to the structure and function of their bodies. Each unit
will begin with a description of a specific diseases and a
discussion of the clinical picture of the disease, the alteration in
the normal anatomy (structure) and physiology (function) of the body
caused by the disease, as well as pharmacological (drug) or other
therapies used to stop the disease and allow the body to return to
normal. This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of
common diseases that inflict the human body and will not be
exhaustive in scope.