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    Logan University
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Fall Academic Catalog
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PHDX20501 Physical Diagnosis - ID I

2 Credit(s)
Lecture Credit: 2
Lab Credit: 0
Contact Hr/Week Lecture: 2
Contact Hr/Week Lab: 0
Contact Hr/Term: 30
This course explores the clinical method of physical diagnosis of the most common and serious internal disorders of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and peripheral vascular systems, as well as differential diagnostic considerations including the upper GI tract. The course is designed to provide the student with a logical and systematic approach to system-specific history gathering, examination procedures, differential diagnosis, and appropriate diagnostic testing methods with the goal to attain a working diagnosis. Prerequisites: ANAT 10101  Anatomy I,  ANAT 10202  Anatomy II,  ANAT 10102  Histology, CMTD 10101  Clinical Methods I,  CMTD 10202  Clinical Methocd II,   CMTD 10303  Clinical Methods III, CREA 10101  Clinical Reasoning I CREA 10202  Clinical Reasoning II,  CREA 10303  Clinical Reasoning III, MICR 10201  Microbiology I, MICR 10302  Microbiology II, PATH 10301  Pathology I,  PATH 20402  Pathology II, PYSO 10202  Physiology I,  PYSO 10303  Physiology II,  PYSO 20404  Physiology III, and PYSO 10101  Cell Biology



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