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General Pathology

Week 1 & 2 (June 16-28,2014)



I. General Pathology
a. Definition
II. Homeostasis
a. Definition
III. Cellular Adaptation to Stress
a. Hyperplasia
b. Hypertrophy
c. Artrophy
d. Metaplasia
e. Dysplasia
IV. Hallmarks or Reversible Cell Injury
V. Hallmarks of Irreversible Cell Injury
VI. Main Types of Cell Death
a. Apoptosis
i. Steps of Apoptosis
ii. Pathways ofApoptosis
b. Necrosis
i. Types
VII. Definition of Terms:
a. Iatorgenic
b. Idiopathic
i. Types
c. Stenosis
d. Sclerosis
VIII. Characteristics Of Inflammation
a. Complete BloodCount
b. Acute Inflammation
c. Chronic Inflammation
IX. Types of Calcification

General Pathology Lecture

1. Cellular Pathology
2. Acute& Chronic Inflammation
3. Fluid & Hemodynamics
4. Tissue repair & Wound Healing
5. Neoplasia
6. Nutritional Disorders& Environmental Pathology
7. Infectious Diseases
8. Basic immunology I
9. Basic immunology II
10. Autoimmune Disease & AIDS
11. Hodgkin & Non Hodgekin Lymphoma
12. Atelectasis & Pulmonary Infection
13. Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease
14. Restrictive Lung Disease &Pulmonary Vascular
15. Pulmonary Tumors
16. Disease of Blood Vessels& Hypertension
17. Blood Vessels, HPN & Atherosclerosis
18. Cardiac Pathophysiology & IHD
19. Hypertensive & congenital Heart Diseases
20. Valvular & Myocardial Diseases,Tumors

Clinical Pathology

1.
a. Hematopoietic tissues & Their function
b. Bone marrow & progenitor cells
c. Hgb synthesis, structure and functions
d. RBC & erythropoiesis
2. Coagulation disorders
a. WBC maturation, Functions
b. Platelet; platelet pathophysiology
c. Fibrinogen disease
d. DIC
e. Hemophilia
f. Von Willebrands Disease
3. RBC disorders
a. Polycythemia
b. Anemias: thalassemia, IDA, aplastic, anemia of chronic disease
c. Heme disorders
d. Hemoglobinopathies
4. Quantitative changes in blood leukocytes
a. Inc./dec. WBC
b. Neoplastic leukocyte disorders
c. Leukemias: AML & CML,ALL & CLL
d. Myeloproliferative disorders
5. Transfusion Medicine: Blood group systems
a. Donor processing
b. Blood transfusion
c. Blood components & component therapy
d. Compatibility testing
e. Transfusion reactions

Microbiology

1. Introduction to Medical microbiology
2. Bacterial Taxonomy, Morphology and ultrastructure
3. Microbial nutrition, metabolism and Genetics
4. Sterilization and Disinfection
5. Chemotherapeutic agents
6. Gram-Positive cocci
7. Gram-Positive bacilli (spore forming)
8. Gram-Positive (non spore forming)
9. Gram-negative cocci
10. Gram-negative cocci (zoonotic)
11. Gram-negative enterics
12. Acid fast bacteria and spirals
13. Intermediate organisms