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BI 360, Pathophysiology

Page history last edited by pinkhamc@... 8 years, 10 months ago

Carl taught this course for many years.  As with most of the courses he taught, it was not in his area of discipline, but he came to appreciate and enjoy the topic immensely.  He developed a technique called Path-ophysiology Diagrams.  You will see what they are in what follows.  This website will be under development for some time as he finds time to add lecture notes. 

 

Here are the Table of Contents (TOC) and the course syllabus:

 

360_I_OrientTOC.pdf 360_I_Orientation_S.pdf

 

To open these files from this page is a two step process.  First, left click on the file name.  A new window will open with just that file in it, but it will be too small to read easily and will only be the first page.  Left click anywhere on that page and the actual file will open which you can then download and use as you see fit.  Please don't hesitate to suggest improvements, corrections, etc.  Email Carl at pinkhamc@norwich.edu with your suggestions.

 

Here are the Lecture Notes for the Lessons (again, it will take time to download them all).  "S" refers to the Student version of the notes. Not everything is there since the students were expected to fill in critical information.  "mine" refers to Carl's lecture notes.  If he has them in .pdf format, he'll upload them.  If not, he will upload them later since it takes a while to make the conversion from word to .pdf and have all the arrows line up.  Even the "mine" versions do not include the up or down arrows.  That's for an even later project.

 

If you have questions about any of this, let Carl know at pinkhamc@norwich.edu and he'll be happy to try to answer them or provide the missing information.

 

II Introduction: 360_II_introTOC.pdf  360_II_introS.pdf

 

III Alterations in Cell Function and Growth:

IIIA Cells and their Dysfunction: 360_IIIA_CellFunctTOC.pdf 360_IIIA_2_CellFunctS.pdf

IIIB Genetics and its Dysfunction: 360_IIIB_GeneticsTOC.pdf 360_IIIB_GeneticsS.pdf

IIIC Neoplasia: 360_IIIC_NeoplTOC.pdf 360_IIIC_NeoplS.pdf

 

IV Alterations in Body Fluids & Electrolytes:

IVA Body Fluids and Their Dysfunction 360_IVA_FluidsTOC.pdf 360_IVA_FluidsS.pdf

IVB Electrolytes and Their Dysfunction 360_IVB_ElectroTOC.pdf 360_IVB_Electro_S.pdf

IVC Acid Base Balance 360_IVC_pHTOC.pdf 360_IVC_pHS.pdf IVC_360_mine.pdf

 

V Alterations in Body Defenses:

VA Stress an Adaptatidon 360_VA_StressTOC.pdf 360_VA_StressS.pdf

VB Mechanisms of Infectious Disease 360_VB_InfectTOC.pdf 360_VB_InfectS.pdf

VC Disorders of the Skin 360_VC_SkinTOC.pdf 360_VC_SkinS.pdf

VD Temperature Regulation and its Alterations 360_VD_TempTOC.pdf 360_VD_TempS.pdf

VE Inflammation and Repair 360_VE_InflamTOC.pdf 360_VE_InflamS.pdf

VF Lymphoid Tissue, White Blood Cells, and Their Dsyfunction 360_VF_TOC.pdf 360_VF_WBC_S.pdf

VG Immunity and the Immune Response 360_VG_IR_TOC.pdf 360_VG_IR_S.pdf

VH Alterations in the Immune Response 360_VH_AltImm_TOC.pdf 360_VH_AltImm_S.pdf

VI Hemostasis and its Alterations 360_VI_TOC.pdf 360_VI_Hemostasis_S.pdf

 

VI Alterations in Oxygenation of Tissues

 

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