MTMH 413 Hematology and Hemostasis: Didactic

Coursework during the didactic rotation considers theory of hematopoiesis, cell morphology, blood dyscrasias, hemostasis mechanisms, and abnormalities. This course is an in-depth study of the formation of normal and abnormal blood cells and the pathogenesis, and mechanisms of hematologic disorders, Lecture topics include hematopoiesis, proliferative disorders, hemoglobin disorders, anemias, and leukemias. The study of the hemostatic mechanisms, including intrinsic, extrinsic and common pathways of coagulation, as well as platelet and vessel function, hypercoagulability, and the fibrinolytic system. Correlation of findings with human physiology and disease. Laboratory instrumentation and procedures used in the assessment of hematological, and hemostatic abnormalities and wellbeing.




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