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MLS 310. Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Laboratory Scientists

Credits: 1-2
Department: Medical Laboratory Science
Description: Anatomy and physiology of humans in relationship to disease processes diagnosed by medical laboratory scientists. May be repeated. Grading option is S/U or letter grade, depending on clinical affiliate.
Prerequisites: BIOL 103
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Distinguish between normal or abnormal laboratory results.
2. Correlate anatomy of the major organ systems with normal and abnormal laboratory results.
3. Correlate abnormal laboratory results with physiological conditions of the major organ systems.
4. Distinguish between metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis and provide examples.
5. Suggest additional laboratory tests required to follow abnormal test results.

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