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1 General Microbiology

This course provides the students with a basic knowledge of morphology, structures, classifications, modes of growth, and growth requirements, disease relationship of various micro-organisms. These include fungi, viruses, parasites, and detailed studies on bacteria. The students will be acquainted with the methods of sterilization, disinfection, antiseptics and antimicrobial agents

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2 Clinical Bacteriology-I

A course that covers systemic pathogenic bacteria including mycoplasmal, richettsial and chlamydial diseases of humans, their pathogenesis, modes of transmission, epidemiology, methods for isolation and identification. Areas of study include: aerobic gram-positive cocci, bacilli and acid fast bacilli, the parvobacteria: Haemophilus, Brucella, Bortedella, Legionella, Neisseria and Enterobacteriaceae, Helicobacter and Campylobacter,...

3 Clinical Mycology

The course is a study of fungi (yeasts and moulds) which can cause infectious disease processes in humans. It discusses the present classification of fungi, modes of transmission, and infection, disease spectrum and its classification by defining the tissue they affect. Laboratory isolation and identification techniques by cultural and non...

4 Clinical Virology

This course describes the structure and classification of viruses. The transmission, clinical manifestations, etiology, pathogenesis, and detection of clinically significant viruses are discussed. Other topics included in the course are skills of specimen collection, processing, morphology, identification procedures to include cell-cultures, growth requirements, electron microscopy, immunologic, molecular techniques and serologic...

5 Clinical Bacteriology -II

This course will apply and enforce knowledge and skills acquired in MLAB 471. Observation and study of less commonly isolated bacteria such as gram-positive and gram-negative anaerobes, non-fermenters bacteria, opportunistic bacteria in relation to various intensive care units. Additionally regrouping pathogenic bacteria in relation to body-infection systems with emphasis on...