This subject will be taught through the general pathological processes and the application of these processes in a number of major body systems. Students will examine the role that histopathology laboratories play in diagnosing human diseases and will learn to identify the macroscopic and microscopic changes associated with human disease processes. In addition, specialised histological techniques and the science behind these techniques will be covered in theory to facilitate a better comprehension of the practical sessions. Students will analyse historical challenges of diagnostic histopathology and the transformation into current technological practices.
School of Biomedical Sciences
BMS337 Subject is equivalent to BMS260, without the laboratory practicals.
BMS259 Provides the laboratory practicals.
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