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Course Overview

The aim of this course is to provide the student with the basic clinical pathology knowledge and skills essential for the practice of Pediatric herpetology specialty and necessary to gain further training and practice in the field of Pediatrics herpetology. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
PAT 501 Basics of Research 4
PAT 502 Medical Parasitology for Clinical Pathology 4
PAT 503 Principles of Clinical Pathology 4
PAT 504 Laboratory management 3
PAT 505 Blood cell Morphology 3
PAT 506 Erythrocytes 3
PAT 507 Leucocytes 3
PAT 508 Immunology 3
PAT 509 Blood Coagulation and Hemeostasis 3
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
PAT 511 Laboratory techniques and Automation 4
PAT 512 Proteins and Molecular Techniques 4
PAT 513 Laboratory Assessment of Metabolic dysfunction 4
PAT 514 Laboratory Assessment of Organ Function 4
PAT 515 Transfusion Medicine 4
PAT 516 Clinical Applied Laboratory Medicine 4
PAT 517 Clinical Applied Chemistry 3
PAT 518 Clinical & Applied Microbiology 3
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
PAT 601 Laboratory Management 4
PAT 602 Erythrocyte Disorders 4
PAT 603 Leucocyte Disorders 4
PAT 604 Hemostatic Disorders 4
PAT 605 Advanced Immunology 4
PAT 606 Proteins and Clinical Enzymology 4
PAT 607 Diagnostic Molecular Biology 3
PAT 608 Clinical Applied Hematology 3
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
PAT 611 Metabolic Disorders 4
PAT 612 Organ Function Disorders 4
PAT 613 Laboratory Oncology 4
PAT 614 Laboratory Endocrinology 4
PAT 615 Entrepreneurship 4
PAT 616 Master Thesis 10
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Clinical pathologists use techniques derived from microbiology, hematology, chemistry and molecular pathology to analyze bodily fluids and tissues and make clinical diagnoses. Hemotopathology is a subspecialty of clinical pathology that involves studying blood, bone marrow and lymph node samples to identify diseases like leukemia and lymphoma. Transfusion medicine specialists are clinical pathologists who are responsible for managing the quality of the blood supply. Clinical microbiology is a pathology specialization that explores the effects of microorganisms on people, and chemical pathology is a subspecialty of clinical pathology that involves routine testing of bodily fluids, as well as tests for disorders like:

  • Hormone disorders
  • Poisoning

 

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