Histology and Haematology
Histologia e Hematologia
Pedro Miguel Antunes Oliveira
Learning outcomes of the curricular unit:
Knowledge and microscopic identification of human cells and tissues, and its relation to the understanding of different pathologies. To ensure the purpose of training: differentiation, maturation and function of specific blood elements as well as haemostasis.
- Study of cells and tissues: epithelial tissue, glandular tissue, support (connective) tissue, adipose tissue, cartilaginous tissue, bone tissue.
- Bone marrow, blood and circulatory system, muscular tissue, nervous tissue.
- Formation and function of blood cells, pathophysiological mechanism of anaemia and its laboratory diagnosis. Correct interpretation of a CBC.
- Pathophysiological mechanism of haemostasis.
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- Junqueira LCU, Carneiro J (1993) Histologia Básica. Guanabara Koogan S.A., Rio Janeiro. ISBN: 0801666104.
- Bernard J (2001) Clinical diagnosis management by laboratory methods. ISBN 0-7216-8864-0.