Jun 22, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog

MPAS 543 - Diagnostic Methods III

2.00 credit hours
Diagnostic Methods III is the final course in a three-course series designed to develop a functional understanding of the clinical decision making involved in the selection and interpretation of necessary diagnostic laboratory testing. It is designed to complement the content covered in Clinical Medicine and Infectious Disease, Foundations of Medical Sciences, Clinical Therapeutics and Patient Evaluation. Course content includes the utilization of selected advanced procedures and test selection, such as EEG, Polysomnograms, and Lumbar Puncture. Students will learn to select, interpret, diagnose, communicate normal and abnormal results and recommend appropriate management options. Focus will be placed on clinical procedures required to obtain advanced diagnostic studies. Several clinical laboratories provide instruction in the technical skills and procedures involved in the acquisition of these studies.

Prerequisite(s): MPAS 542 .

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