Building on the skills you developed in Pathophysiology 1 (PATH 161),
you will study disease processes and the effects they have on the skin,
breast, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic and respiratory
Students are not permitted to register for PATH 272 and PATH 273 in the same month. Students must complete PATH 161 prior to beginning PATH 272. Path 272 must be completed prior to beginning PATH 273.
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