221: 223: 224: 225: 226: Disease and Therapy (DRx)

MED MS 220

MED MS 220 221: 223: 224: 225: 226: The Disease and Therapy (DRx) course integrates the study of disease, including pathophysiology, infectious etiologies, and pharmacologic management in an organ-based context. DRx begins with an introduction to the fundamental concepts of Microbiology, Pathology and Pharmacology in the Foundations Module and is followed by the Infectious Diseases Module in which the microbiological basis of infectious diseases and their pharmacologic treatment is addressed. Subsequent modules address diseases of the cardiovascular system, lungs, kidneys, joints and connective tissue, gastrointestinal system, endocrine and reproductive organs, BLOOD, skin, and nervous system, and psychiatric disorders. Oncology is taught in conjunction with Hematology. Health Law, Policy, and Management Systems are also covered.

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