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Clinical Pathology of Renal Disease
Quarter: Sp
Location: Garren Auditorium
Time: Varies

An in-depth analysis of kidney disease from the clinical standpoint including:
Acute renal failure
Chronic renal failure
Urinary rumors and stones
Case discussion
Pathology Laboratory, Urinary Tumors and Stones
Disorders of regulation of volume and water
Disorders of Na+ and K+, lectures 1 and 2
Case Discussion, Disorders of Na+ and K+
Metabolic Acidosis
Metabolic Alkalosis
Case Discussion, Acid Base
Hypertension I
Hypertension II
Case Discussion, Hypertension
Renal Immune Injury
Glomerular disease I
Glomerular disease II
Clinical-Pathologic case discussions, glomerular diseases

This lecture series is a subset of those contained in SOM208, the comprehensive human pathology lecture and laboratory series taken by all second year medical students. Attendance of an Advanced Clinical Elective is excellent preparation for subsequent attendance of one of the clinical conferences, although it is not required. See the Molecular Pathology Program Coordinator for times of lectures.


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