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Topics include: Pathology, Pathophysiology and the Different Types of Disease Causing Agents; Etiology and Epidemiology; Organization of Cells and Tissues; Stress, Trauma and Aging; Hereditary and Genetic Control of Cellular Function; Congenital Disorders; New Growths: Cell Division and Differentiation; Homeostasis of Fluid Balances; Stress and Responsiveness; Integumentary System; Skeletal System; Muscular System; Nervous System; Endocrine System; Ciculatory System; Cardiovascular System; Lymphatic System and Immunity; Respiratory System; Gastrointestinal System; Urinary System; Reproduction System; and The Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease
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1. Pathology, Pathophysiology and the Different Types of Disease Causing Agents2. Etiology and Epidemiology3. Organization of Cells and Tissues4. Stress, Trauma and Aging5. Hereditary and Genetic Control of Cellular Function6. Congenital Disorders7. New Growths: Cell Division and Differentiation8. Homeostasis of Fluid Balances9. Stress and Responsiveness10. Integumentary System11. Skeletal System12. Muscular System13. Nervous System:14. Endocrine System15. Ciculatory System16. Cardiovascular System17. Lymphatic System and Immunity18. Respiratory System19. Gastrointestinal System20. Urinary System21. Reproduction System22. The Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease