Learning Unit A. Introduction to Pathology.
Learning Unit B. Cellular responses to stress and aggression by toxic: adaptation, injury and cell death
1. Adaptation of cell growth and differentiation: Hypertrophy, hyperplasia, atrophy and metaplasia.
2. Cell Injury. Causes. morphological alterations (reversible injury and necrosis)
C. didactic unit acute and chronic inflammation.
1. Acute inflammation. Mediators. Evolution. morphologic patterns.
2. Chronic inflammation. Causes. Morphological characteristics.
3. Systemic effects of inflammation.
4. Consequences of faulty or excessive inflammation.
D.Renovación teaching unit, repair and tissue regeneration.
1. mechanisms of tissue regeneration and organ
2. Healing by repair, scarring and fibrosis.
Hemodynamic E.Trastornos teaching unit, thromboembolic disease and shock.
1. Edema. Hyperemia and congestion. Hemorrhage.
Learning Unit F. genetic disorders.
1. Genes and human disease. General classification of human genetic disorders.
2. autosomal dominant disorders (skeletal involvement: Marfan syndrome, Ehlers-Danls, osteogenesis imperfecta, achondroplasia)
Learning Unit G. Diseases of the immune system.
1. Normal immune response: innate immunity. adaptive immunity.
2. Hypersensitivity and autoimmune disorders.
Neoplasms H. teaching unit.
2. characteristics of benign and malignant neoplasms
3. Molecular Basis of Cancer
5. Clinical aspects of neoplasms.
Learning Unit I. Infectious Diseases.
1. Classification of infectious agents.
2. Viral infections: Cutaneous HPV
3. Bacterial Infeccione.
4. fungal infections: candidiasis nail.
J. teaching unit clinicopathologic correlation.
1. Selected examples of cell injury and necrosis.
2.Examples selected from acute and chronic inflamción
3. Selected examples of stroke and myocardial
4. Selected examples of hypersensitivity and autoimmunity
5. Selected examples of benign and malignant tumors.