Students taking this
course learn sonographic abdominal structures with emphasis placed on
function, sonographic techniques, features, and variants. Knowledge of
diagnosis, history and physical findings as they pertain to the
organs is presented.
Prerequisite: Anatomy & Physiology
- Teacher: Daleep Kumar
this course learn comprehensive details of pathology and pathophysiology of the
adult population as visualized by cardiac ultrasound examination including the
aorta, pulmonary arteries, and vena cava. Topics include Doppler flow abnormalities. Students will
distinguish and recall the differences between various adult heart diseases
including ischemic diseases, cardiomyopathies, pericardial disease, cardiac
tumor, valvular diseases, diseases of the aorta, hypertensive heart diseases.
Quantitative cardiac assessment utilizing 2-D, M-Mode, and Doppler will be
discussed. Students will recall causes, symptoms, complications, consequences,
and treatment of these pathologies. Prerequisite: ECHO 225 Echocardiography