RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
RBM2133 - Cell and Molecular Biology
HBM2106 - Human Genetics
RBM2540 - For HBBM students. RBM2133 and HBM2106 - For HBBS students.
|1.||Conceptually map the physiological processes that govern reproduction and the transitional adaptations that must occur at birth in the neonate;|
|2.||Critically review the body of research that has led to our fundamental understanding of developmental biology with particular emphasis on the embryonic and foetal stages;|
|3.||Interpret the maternal adaptations and changes associated with pregnancy;|
|4.||Recognise sonographic, biochemical and/or symptomatic anomalies in the foetus and mother evaluate the impact on future development and recommend potential treatments; and|
|5.||Investigate the process of parturition and critically evaluate the theories underpinning its initiation.|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory work and models (1000 words equivalence)||20%|
|Test||Test (30 minutes)||15%|
|Assignment||Case study poster (1000 words or equivalent)||25%|
|Exercise||Case Study (1500 words equivalent)||40%|
Before we are born: essentials of embryology and birth defects 9th ed.
Moore, K. L., Persaud, T.V.N., & Torchia, M.G. (2016)
Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
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