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Course provides exposure to basic concepts in histology/pathology, biochemistry, physiology and clinical medicine related to fluid, electrolyte and acid/base homeostasis.
Prerequisite: must have completed all preceding course work in the first year of medical school
REN 728: Hematology
Some of the areas studied will be: Renal Pathology and Congenital Disorders; Renal Physiology; Renal Function Testing; Glomerular Disease I and II; Urinary Tract Pathophysiology/Urinary Tract Infection; Urinalysis; Acid-Base; Pathology of the Prostate; Testicular/Penile Neoplasm; Salt and Water; Diuretics; Acute Renal Failure; Potassium; Calcium/Phosphorous; Chronic Renal Failure; and Inflammatory Disease of the Male Genital Tract.