Ivan Damjanov, MD, PhD
507 plus glossary and index
Expiration Date: 12/31/2021
Section A meets the Florida 1-hour specialty requirements in histology, clinical chemistry, and hematology. For those certified by ASCP, Section A provides 10 hours in histology, 1 hour in clinical chemistry, and 1 in hematology.
Section B meets the Florida 1-hour specialty requirements in histology and clinical chemistry. For those certified by ASCP, Section B provides 11 hours in histology and 1 hour in clinical chemistry.
Histology is a visual science that addresses the anatomical characteristics and the functional states of cells and tissues in health. In this course, clinical relevance is stressed in order to provide the technologist a feel for the mechanisms and characteristics of disease processes. Graphic material (light microscopy photographs and illustrations) is well-suited to an understanding of the function of fundamental cellular components in disease. The text is correlated on each page with the accompanying graphic material; the text material is well organized and very readable.
The course is divided into two sections, each worth 12 contact hours.
Section A topics:
Cell Pathology; Inflammation; Immunopathology; Neoplasia; Genetic and Developmental Disease; Fluid and Hemodynamic Disorders; The Cardiovascular System; The Respiratory System; The Hematopoietic and Lymphoid System; The Gastrointestinal System.
Section B topics:
The Liver and Biliary System; The Pancreas; The Urinary Tract; The Male Reproductive System; The Female Reproductive System; The Breast; The Endocrine System; The Skin; Bones and Joints; Muscles and Peripheral Nerves; The Nervous System; The Eye; The Ear.