PTBA 221 – Ptholpgy I

  • Hanan Hosny Hanna

Course lecturer :

  • Dr. Aliaa el Abad
  • Dr. Ranna Alaa
  • Dr. Amira magdy

Course assistant :

By the end of this course the students will be able to:

  • Acquire new Pathological knowledge essential for their professional carrier.
  • Understand the Pathogenesis of several diseases, tumors affecting several organs of the body.
  • Identify how the cardiovascular system is affected by several pathogens, vascular disease includes atherosclerosis, rheumatic heart, myocardial infarction, and pericarditis.
  • Outline the important Respiratory disease, congenital anomalies, obstructive lung and restrictive lung, lung tumors disease.
  • Explain the most common genetic disease and in terms of the underlying basic principles.
  • Identify the pathogenesis of infectious disease and how it affects our body system.
  • Identify the most important pathological and microscopic picture in different disease affecting cardiac, genetic, infectious, respiratory systems.
  • Differentiate between different cardiac, respiratory, genetic infectious diseases and how to diagnose them and differentiate between them.

Course objectives :

  • This course provides the student with an analysis of the etiology, pathology, and clinical sciences of cardiovascular, respiratory, genetic diseases, some infectious disease, disorders, and condition (Clinical/laboratory assessment techniques).
  • It also allow the students to identify the gross and pathological pictures of underlying pathogenesis of several systems including cardiovascular, respiratory, genetics, infectious disease

Course description :

Total of 100 marks

  • 5 marks Quiz
  • 10 marks Midterm Exam
  • 5 marks assignments and presentations
  • 15 marks final practical exam
  • 15 marks Oral exam
  • 50 marks final written exam

Course assessment :

• Robbins and Cotran Atlas of Pathology, 2e (Robbins Pathology) 2nd Edition by Edward C. Klatt MD,2012.

Recommended text books :

[1] Kostof, Spiro – “The Architect-Chapters in the History of the Profession,” New York, Oxford University Press,1977. [2] Cuff, Dana. Architecture: The Story of a Practice, MIT Press, 1992 (ISBN: 0262531127) [3] Demkin, Joseph A. (ed.) The Architects Handbook of Professional Practice, Student Edition, AIA Publication, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NY, 2002 (ISBN 0-471-176-72-9) [4] Priven, Peter. Architect\’s Essentials of Starting a Design Firm, John Wiley & Sons, 2003 (ISBN:0471234818) [5] Swett, Richard, Cramer, James & Simpson, Scott. How Firms Succeed: A Field Guide to Design Management, Greenway Group, 2002, (ISBN: 096754775X) [6] Wasserman, Barry, Sullivan, Patrick, Palermo, Gregory, Ethics and the Practice of Architecture, 2000, ISBN 047129822

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