William Ovalle, PhD, and Patrick Nahirney, PhD
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Expiration Date: 12/31/2018
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Section A satisfies the Florida one-hour requirements in histology, clinical chemistry, and hematology. Sections B and C each satisfy the histology and clinical chemistry requirements.
For those certified by ASCP, Section A provides 10 contact hours in histology, one hour in clinical chemistry, and one hour in hematology. Sections B and C each provide 11 contact hours in histology and one hour in clinical chemistry.
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Histology is a visual science that assesses the anatomical characteristics and the functional states of cells and tissues -- histology is also known as human microscopic anatomy and also as dynamic morphology. This text stresses clinical relevance in order to provide the reader a feel for the mechanisms of disease. The graphic material is exceptional, including electron microscopy and light microscopy photographs and original Frank Netter drawings, and is well suited to an understanding of the function of fundamental cellular constituents. The text on each page is correlated with the accompanying graphic material; the textual material is well organized and eminently readable.
This course is divided into three sections of 12 contact hours each.
Section A: The cell; epithelium and exocrine glands; connective tissue; muscle tissue; nervous tissue; cartilage and bone; blood and bone marrow.
Section B: The cardiovascular system; lymphoid system; endocrine system; integumentary system; upper digestive system; lower digestive system; liver, gallbladder, and pancreas.
Section C (ready by April 15): Respiratory system; urinary system; male reproductive system; female reproductive system; eye and adnexa; special senses; stain characteristics.