MTCC 444 Immunopathology II

Lectures cover the function and dysfunction of the immune mechanism and the laboratory tests used to measure its integrity. A survey of infectious diseases for which serologic testing is of diagnostic importance is also covered. Upon completion of the lectures, exams, and laboratory exercises, the student will be able to apply the knowledge of the immune system, its components, function, dysfunction and evaluation, summarize various serodiagnostic tests, including the theory and clinical importance of their results and discover the correlation between serologic, hematologic, urinalysis, chemistry, and microbiologic results.




Enrolled as a medical laboratory science major, senior status, meet all degree requirements other than those courses that are a portion of the professional-year program