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					                                                                                                Pediatrics and Human Development—Descriptions
                                                                                                                                           of
                                                                                                                                     Courses

853.       Advanced Systemic Pathology                 899.       Master's Thesis Research                    619.       Ambulatory Care Clerkship
Spring of odd years. 4(3-2) R: Approval of de-         Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 10 credits. A student       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A student
partment.                                              may earn a maximum of 10 credits in all enroll-        may earn a maximum of 15 credits in all enroll-
Pathological aspects of the nervous, endocrine,        ments for this course. R: Approval of department.      ments for this course. Interdepartmental with
cardiovascular, respiratory, urinary, genital,                                                                Family Practice; and Medicine. Administered by
musculoskeletal, integumentary and special             901.       Investigating the Lung                      Family Practice. P: FMP 602. R: Open only to
sense systems.                                         Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with      graduate-professional students in College of Hu-
                                                       Large Animal Clinical Sciences; and Physiology.        man Medicine.
                                                       Administered by Large Animal Clinical Sciences.        Continuous and comprehensive patient care
854.       Advanced Clinical Pathology                 R: Open only to M.S. and Ph.D. students in Large       under supervision of appropriate physicians.
Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: PTH 540, PTH 552,      Animal Clinical Sciences, Small Animal Clinical
PTH 609, PTH 651. R: Approval of department.           Sciences, Physiology, and Pathology. Approval of       620.       Directed Studies
Hematology including anemias, leukocyte re-            department.                                            Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 30 credits. A student
sponses and hemostasis. Clinical chemistry in-         Classic and current concepts of respiratory struc-     may earn a maximum of 30 credits in all enroll-
cluding tests to evaluate organs.                      ture and function in health and disease. Mecha-        ments for this course. P: PED 600. R: Open only to
                                                       nisms of lung injury.                                  graduate-professional students in the College of
                                                                                                              Osteopathic Medicine. Approval of department.
855.        Essentials of Scientific                   999.       Doctoral Dissertation Research              Study in general or specialty pediatrics.
            Communication                              Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A student
Fall of odd years. 2(2-0) R: Approval of depart-       may earn a maximum of 36 credits in all enroll-
ment.                                                  ments for this course. R: Admission to doctoral
Preparation, editing, and review of research           program in Pathology.
manuscripts and grants. Critique of oral presen-
tations. Illustrations of research data and thesis
preparation. Philosophy and methods of research.


857.       Correlative Diagnostic Pathology
Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(0-6) R: Approval of de-
                                                                                                              PEDIATRICS
partment.                                                                                                     AND HUMAN
Diagnosis of animal diseases by necropsy, biopsy,                                                             DEVELOPMENT                               PHD
or clinical pathology. Correlation of diagnostic
test results with history, laboratory data and
morphologic findings. Compilated and formal                                                                   Department of Pediatrics
presentation of findings.                              PEDIATRICS                                  PED            and Human Development
                                                                                                              College of Human Medicine
                                                       Department of Pediatrics
858.      Pathology of Avian Diseases
Spring of even years. 2(2-0) R: Approval of de-
                                                       College of Osteopathic Medicine
                                                                                                              523.       Genetics for Medical Practice
partment.                                                                                                     Summer. 1(1-0) Interdepartmental with Biochem-
                                                       590.       Special Problems in Pediatrics
An overview of disease and pathology affecting                                                                istry. R: Graduate-professional students in col-
                                                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A student
domestic poultry, pet birds, and wild birds.                                                                  leges of Human Medicine and Osteopathic Medi-
                                                       may earn a maximum of 48 credits in all enroll-
                                                       ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate-       cine.
                                                       professional students in the College of Osteopathic    Basic principles of genetics for medical students.
859.        Avian Histopathology Laboratory
                                                       Medicine. Approval of department.
Spring of even years. 1(0-2) R: Approval of de-                                                               524.        Genetics Clinic
                                                       Experimental, theoretical, or applied problems
partment.                                                                                                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A student
                                                       under faculty direction.
Recognition and description of microscopic lesions                                                            may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all enroll-
of avian diseases.                                                                                            ments for this course. P: PHD 523. R: Graduate-
                                                       600.        Pediatrics Clerkship
                                                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A student        professional students in colleges of Human and
                                                       may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-         Osteopathic Medicine.
890.       Problems in Veterinary Pathology                                                                   Role of genetics in health care delivery under the
                                                       ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate-
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 12 credits. A student                                                              direction of a faculty member.
                                                       professional students in the colleges of Osteopathic
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-
                                                       Medicine and Human Medicine upon completion
ments for this course. R: Approval of department.                                                             591.       Special Problems in Human
                                                       of Units I and II.
Faculty supervised work on an experimental,                                                                              Development
                                                       Practical clinical exposure in the area of pediat-
theoretical or applied problem in veterinary pa-                                                              Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A student
                                                       rics.
thology.                                                                                                      may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-
                                                       602.       Primary Care Ambulatory                     ments for this course. R: Graduate-professional
                                                                  Clerkship                                   students in colleges of Human and Osteopathic
891.        Problems in Pathology                                                                             Medicine.
                                                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 36 credits. A student
Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 12 credits. A student                                                              Work under the direction of a faculty member on
                                                       may earn a maximum of 36 credits in all enroll-
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-                                                               an experimental, theoretical, or applied problem.
                                                       ments for this course. Interdepartmental with
ments for this course. R: Approval of department.
                                                       Osteopathic Medicine; Internal Medicine; Osteo-
Faculty supervised work on an experimental,
                                                       pathic Surgical Specialities; Psychiatry; and
theoretical or applied problem in pathology.                                                                  600.        Pediatric Specialty Clerkship
                                                       Family and Community Medicine. Administered
                                                       by Osteopathic Medicine. P: Successful completion      Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 24 credits. A student
                                                       of the preclerkship requirements in College of         may earn a maximum of 24 credits in all enroll-
                                                       Osteopathic Medicine Units I and II.                   ments for this course. R: Open only to graduate-
892.        Pathology Seminar                                                                                 professional students in College of Human Medi-
                                                       A 24-week ambulatory care continuity experience
Fall, Spring. 1(1-0) A student may earn a maxi-                                                               cine. Completion of preclinical CHM curriculum.
                                                       involving 12 weeks in a multidisciplinary envi-
mum of 3 credits in all enrollments for this course.                                                          Multidisciplinary approach to children and their
                                                       ronment (family medicine, pediatrics, and inter-
R: Approval of department.                                                                                    families in a health care setting. Integrated
                                                       nal medicine), 6 weeks in family medicine and 6
Presentation and discussion of current topics in                                                              biological, behavioral, and clinical sciences in
                                                       weeks in specialty areas (internal medicine, sur-
pathology by departmental graduate students,                                                                  assessing and planning children's health care
                                                       gery, and obstetrics and gynecology). Didactic
faculty or outside speakers.                                                                                  needs.
                                                       sessions are scheduled concurrently.




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Descriptions—Pediatrics and Human Development
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Courses

601.       Human Development and                      608.        Pediatric Pulmonary Disease                450.       Introduction to Chemical
           Pediatric Sub-specialties                              Clerkship                                             Toxicology
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 24 credits. A student      Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student       Spring. 3(3-0) P: BS 110, BS 111, CEM 251. R:
may earn a maximum of 24 credits in all enroll-       may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-        Not open to freshmen and sophomores.
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to    ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to     Mammalian toxicology. Disposition of chemicals
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-      graduate-professional students in College of Hu-       in the body, detoxication, elimination, and
man Medicine.                                         man Medicine.                                          mechanisms of toxicity in major organ systems.
Experience in clinical, behavioral, and basic         Inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences in       Selected toxic agents.
sciences related to pediatrics and human devel-       evaluating and managing pediatric patients with
opment.                                               pulmonary problems.        Diagnostic procedures,      480.       Special Problems
                                                      clinically relevant physiology, current research.      Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A student
602.       Ambulatory Pediatrics                                                                             may earn a maximum of 9 credits in all enroll-
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student      633.         Extended Clinical Experience              ments for this course. R: Approval of department.
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-       Fall, Spring, Summer. 6(6-0) P: (PHD 600)              Not open to students with credit in PHM 350 or
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to    Based in community hospitals and ambulatory            PHM 430.
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-      sites, this is a 4 week clinical experience empha-     Individual work on selected research problems.
man Medicine.                                         sizing interviewing skills, history, physical exam,
Clinical experience in outpatient and community       problem solving and therapy.                           556.        Veterinary Pharmacology
setting involving ongoing child health care.                                                                 Fall. 5(5-0) R: Completion of 2 semesters of the
                                                      635.        Core Competencies I                        graduate-professional program in the College of
                                                      Fall. 2 credits. A student may earn a maximum of       Veterinary Medicine. Not open to students with
603.        Pediatric Infectious Diseases             6 credits in all enrollments for this course. Inter-   credit in PHM 554 or PHM 555.
            Clerkship                                 departmental with Human Medicine; Family               Drug absorption, disposition, biotransformation,
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student      Practice; and Medicine. Administered by Human          excretion,    pharmacokinetics.   Pharmacologic
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-       Medicine. P: FMP 602. R: Open only to graduate-        agents of the autonomic nervous, cardiovascular,
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to    professional students in College of Human Medi-        renal, central nervous, endocrine, and gastroin-
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-      cine.                                                  testinal systems.
man Medicine.                                         A weekly seminar addressing core knowledge and
Office, clinic, and inpatient experiences in evalu-   skills from an interdisciplinary perspective.          557.       Veterinary Toxicology
ating and managing pediatric patients with infec-                                                            Spring. 2(2-0) R: Completion of 3 semesters of the
tious diseases.                                       637.        Core Competencies III                      graduate-professional program in the College of
                                                      Spring, Summer. 2 credits. A student may earn a        Veterinary Medicine. Not open to students with
                                                      maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this       credit in PHM 594.
604.       Neonatology                                course. Interdepartmental with Human Medicine;         Determinants of toxic responses, analytical toxi-
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student      Family Practice; Medicine; Obstetrics,Gynecology       cology, genetic toxicology, and toxin management.
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-       and Reproductive Biology; and Surgery. Adminis-        Diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of common
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to    tered by Human Medicine. P: FMP 602. R: Open           toxicoses.
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-      only to graduate-professional students in College
man Medicine.                                         of Human Medicine.                                     563.        Medical Pharmacology
Clinical experiences:      modern neonatal tech-      A weekly seminar addressing core knowledge and         Summer. 3(3-0) R: Graduate-professional students
niques and care patterns for neonates including       skills from an interdisciplinary perspective.          in colleges of Human and Osteopathic Medicine.
follow up.                                                                                                   General principles of pharmacology and selected
                                                                                                             drugs. Rational drug therapy.

605.        Pediatric Cardiology Clerkship                                                                   658.        Research Problems in
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student                                                                         Pharmacology and Toxicology
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-                                                              Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A student
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to                                                           may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll-
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-                                                             ments for this course. R: Completion of 4 semes-
man Medicine.                                                                                                ters of the graduate-professional program in the
Office, clinic, and hospital experience in diagnos-
                                                      PHARMACOLOGY                                           College of Veterinary Medicine. Approval of de-
tic and therapeutic pediatric cardiology including    AND TOXICOLOGY                             PHM         partment.
special diagnostic procedures.                                                                               Selected research problems in pharmacology or
                                                                                                             toxicology.
                                                      Department of Pharmacology
606.       Pediatric Endocrinology and                    and Toxicology                                     810.        Synaptic Transmission
           Metabolism Clerkship                       College of Human Medicine                              Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Approval of de-
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student      College of Osteopathic Medicine                        partment.
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-       College of Veterinary Medicine                         Chemical and electrical aspects of nerve impulse
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to                                                           transmission at synaptic and neuroeffector junc-
graduate-professional students in College of Hu-      350.       Introductory Human                          tions. Influence of drugs.
man Medicine.                                                    Pharmacology
Clinic and hospital experience in evaluating          Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: PSL 250. R: Not open to        813.      Cardiovascular Pharmacology
patients with endocrine and metabolic disorders.      freshmen.                                              Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Approval of de-
                                                      General principles of pharmacology. Central and        partment.
                                                      autonomic nervous systems. Cardiovascular and          Cardiovascular signal transduction and control in
607.       Pediatric Hematology and                   renal drugs. Chemotherapy. Anti-infective drugs        normal and pathophysiologic states.
           Oncology                                   and endocrine agents.
Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. A student                                                             814.       Advanced Principles of
may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enroll-       430.       Drug Abuse                                             Toxicology
ments for this course. P: PHD 600. R: Open only to    Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Not open to freshmen      Spring of even years. 3(3-0) P: PHM 819.
graduate professional students in College of Hu-      and sophomores.                                        Biochemical, molecular and physiological mecha-
man Medicine.                                         Pharmacology, physiology, and neuroscience             nisms of toxicology. Responses of major organ
Clinical experience in evaluating and managing        related to the pharmacodynamics of drugs of            systems to chemical insult. Mechanisms of muta-
pediatric patients with common hematologic and        abuse.                                                 genesis and carcinogenesis.
oncologic disorders




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