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The course of clinical pathology II, III and immunohematology concerns the study of markers of various types of diseases, the study of tests useful for transfusions and organ transplants and the conservation of blood components
Acquire the main notions about the meaning of some groups of disease markers, tissue compatibility and autoimmune diseases. Acquire basic notions of immunology, genetics, which allow understanding of the tests used in transfusion centers
The course will provide students with the knowledge to understand the meaning of the variances of various groups of disease markers, their clinical correlations and the appropriateness of the prescription. Furthermore, students will be provided with the notions necessary to understand the functioning of organ compatibility and the tests that are carried out to evaluate it. Finally, the course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to understand the functioning of the tests that are used in transfusion centers, both for transfusions and in other clinical conditions in which these tests can be used.
Basic knowledge in biology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, general pathology and pathophysiology
The lessons are held frontally and interactions with students will be sought as much as possible. In consideration of the health situation in our country, the lessons can be delivered online, possibly via live streaming.
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Office hours: For appointments, contact the Professor via email at: Nicola.Traverso@unige.it. The teacher's office is located in the General Pathology Section of DIMES, Via Leon Battista Alberti 2, 1st floor, 16132 Genoa Nicola Traverso is the Coordinator of the Integrated Course of Clinical Pathology and Immunohematology
Office hours: Students can book an appointment with the professor usually by the professor's email (email@example.com) and students will agree on date and time. Also, the students can get in touch the professor through the Teams platform using the specific team.
Office hours: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Prof. Paolo Carlier Servizio di Immunoematologia IRCCS San Martino- IST Az. Ospedaliera Universitaria L.go R. Benzi 10 Genova Phone 0105553626/4260
paolo CARLIER (President)
ANNA LISA FURFARO (President)
ALESSANDRO POGGI (President)
NICOLA TRAVERSO (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
The exam will take place through an interview with the student to assess the student's knowledge and the ability to link the learned notions.
In consideration of the health situation in our country, the exams may be conducted remotely
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The tests of the individual disciplines must all be sufficient for the exam to be passed