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UWM Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015


College of Health Sciences


BMS Biomedical Sciences



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101 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 2 cr. U. Lecture and laboratory instruction to introduce the student to the profession of clinical laboratory sciences with special emphasis in medical technology and cytotechnology.|Prereq: none.
201 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. 3 cr. U. Introductory course examining epidemiology, physiology, and microbiology of sexually transmitted infectious diseases. Information on reproductive physiology, pathophysiology and clinical disease, prevention and current treatment strategies.|Prereq: none.
204 Plagues, Pandemics, and Epidemics. 3 cr. U. Basic principles and concepts of infectious diseases recognized to be of major worldwide importance in terms of mortality and morbidity.|Prereq: none.
205 Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine. 3 cr. U. This course will provide a framework for understanding medical diagnostic tests in terms of procedures, risks, interpretation of results and relevant science behind the tests.|Counts as repeat of BMS 205X. Prereq: none.
205 Introduction to Diagnostic Medicine. 3 cr. U. This course will provide a framework for understanding medical diagnostic tests in terms of procedures, risks, interpretation of results and relevant science behind the tests.|Counts as repeat of BMS 205. Prereq: none.
232 Introduction to Nutrition. 3 cr. U. Fundamentals of human nutrition, functions and requirements of nutrients, nutritional needs throughout the life cycle.|Not open for cr to students with cr in Hlthsci 238 or BMS(C L Sci) 332. Prereq: none.
245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. 3 cr. U. Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.|BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.
245 Client Diversity in Health Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. 3 cr. U. Interdisciplinary instruction on effective service delivery in the health sciences to culturally diverse individuals and families. Emphasis on the complexity of an individual's cultural identity.|BMS(C L Sci)/ComSDis/HCA/Kin(HMS)/OccThpy/TherRec 245 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 245X. Prereq: soph st or cons instr.
260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 3 cr. U. Introduction to the predominant complementary and alternative health care traditions and therapies used today.|BMS(C L Sci) 260 & Kin(HMS) 260 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 260. Prereq: none.
260 Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 3 cr. U. Introduction to the predominant complementary and alternative health care traditions and therapies used today.|BMS(C L Sci) 260 & Kin(HMS) 260 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Counts as repeat of BMS 260X. Prereq: none.
281 Dead Men Do Tell Tales: An Introduction to Forensic Science. 3 cr. U. A multidisciplinary view of how forensic scientists contribute to the many ways that physical evidence is collected, analyzed, and evaluated.|Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Anthro/Chem/Crm Jst 281. Prereq: none.
285 Medicolegal Death Investigation. 3 cr. U. Lectures on the fundamentals of death investigation as outlined by national guidelines for death investigators.|Jointly-offered with & counts as repeat of Anthro/Chem/Crm Jst 285. Prereq: none.
290 Topics in Health Sciences: (Subtitled). 1-3 cr. U. Topics of current interest in the field of health sciences.|May be repeated with change in topic. Prereq: specified in sem schedule whenever req'd for a topic.
297 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable with change in topic. Prereq: acceptance to Study Abroad Prog.
301 Human Pathophysiology: Fundamentals. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cell injury, inflammation, immunopathology, repair, regeneration, and fibrosis.
301 (HS 301) Human Pathophysiology: Fundamentals. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cell injury, inflammation, immunopathology, repair, regeneration and fibrosis.|Prereq: Bio Sci 203(P) or cons instr.
302 (HS 302) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems I. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover developmental and genetic disorders, neoplasms, nervous system, bones, joints, skeletal muscle.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
302 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems I. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover developmental and genetic disorders, neoplasms, nervous system, bones, joints, skeletal muscle.
303 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems II. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cardiovascular, respiratory, blood and lymphoid systems, diabetes.
303 (HS 303) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems II. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover cardiovascular, respiratory, blood and lymphoid systems, diabetes.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
304 (HS 304) (effective 01/26/2015) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
304 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr; HCA 205(P).
304 (HS 304) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr; HCA 205(P).
304 (effective 01/26/2015) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems III. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis and treatment of these disorders; topics cover gastrointestinal tract, pancreas, kidney, liver/biliary system, female and male reproductive systems.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
305 (HS 305) Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems IV. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis/treatment of these disorders. Topics: endocrine system, infectious and parasitic diseases, environmental and nutritional factors related to morbidity/mortality.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci / HS) 301(C) or cons instr.
305 Human Pathophysiology: Organ Systems IV. 1 cr. U. Pathological mechanisms underlying disease states, diagnosis/treatment of these disorders. Topics: endocrine system, infectious and parasitic diseases, environmental and nutritional factors related to morbidity/mortality.
306 Imaging Procedures I. 5 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures related to upper and lower extremities, chest, abdomen, and barium studies. Pediatric imaging is discussed.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
307 Seminar in Radiography I. 3 cr. U. Basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the cultural, physical and psychological needs of the patient and family.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
308 Imaging Procedures II. 5 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures for the bony thorax, vertebral column, and iodinated studies will be covered. Pediatric imaging for each procedure will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
309 Imaging Procedures III. 3 cr. U. Radiographic anatomy and procedures for the cranium and facial bones; pediatric imaging for each procedure will be discussed.|Prereq: none.
310 Introduction to Sonography. 3 cr. U. Introduction to Diagnostic Medical Sonography with an overview of basic terminology, techniques, and equipment.|Prereq: jr st; BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
311 Abdominal Sonography-I. 3 cr. U. Embryology, structure, and physiology of the abdominal vessels and organs as they relate to sonography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
312 Abdominal Sonography-II. 3 cr. U. Congenital anomalies, pathologies, and disease processes of abdominal organs and vessels. Focus on sonographic appearance of various abdominal pathologies.|Prereq: jr st BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
313 Sonography Clinical Education I. 3 cr. U. The clinical component allows students to rotate through all aspects of sonography. Introduction to sonography scanning and development of clinical skills.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
319 Abdominal Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the male and non-gravid female. Bladder, prostatic and gynecologic pathologies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
319 (effective 09/02/2014) Abdominal Sonography III. 2 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the male and non-gravid female. Bladder, prostatic and gynecologic pathologies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
320 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography I. 3 cr. U. Normal gross, relational and sonographic anatomy of the female pelvic region. Physiology and related laboratory and clinical findings for disease processes are discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
321 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography II. 3 cr. U. Gravid uterus and fetal development. Gestational dating methods, embryology, and maternal and fetal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
322 Obstetrics/Gynecology Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Fetal anomalies, disease processes, and pathologies. Various fetal and maternal pathologies explained in sonographic terms.|Prereq: jr st in Bio Med Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
323 Sonographic Principles and Instrumentation. 3 cr. U. Characteristics of sound and mechanism of sonographic image production and display. Potential biological effects. Safety and mathematical principles.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
324 Sonography Clinical Education II. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal scanning and beginning scanning skill in pelvic, IVT, and specialty parts.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
325 Specialized Sonography. 2 cr. U. Embryology, structure, physiology, and pathology of the thyroid, breast, and testicle. Normal and abnormal gross, cross-sectional, and relational sonographic anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
326 Sonography Clinical Education III. 3 cr. U. Refinement of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, and specialty parts scanning skills.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
332 Clinical Nutrition. 2 cr. U. Nutritional needs throughout life; relationships between food habits and health problems; evaluating dietary information for deficiencies and imbalances.|Prereq: Chem 103(P), Bio Sci 202(P) & 203(P), or BMS(C L Sci) 232(P) or HlthSci 232(P).
335 Echocardiography I. 3 cr. U. Introduction to normal cardiovascular anatomy, the normal ultrasound exam and protocol for an echocardiogram.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
336 Cardiovascular Principles I. 4 cr. U. Introduction to cardiac physiology, mechanical events, left ventricle function indicators, timing of mitral and aortic flow, auscultation, phonocardiography, hemodynamics and Doppler applications of echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
337 Clinical Education I - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including adult echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
340 Embryology of the Cardiovascular System. 2 cr. U. Development and developmental anomalies of the cardiovascular system.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
341 Adult Echocardiography - Valvular Pathology. 3 cr. U. Introduction to cardiac pathology seen on echocardiograms in the adult population.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
342 Clinical Education II - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including adult and pediatric echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
345 Pediatric Echocardiography I. 3 cr. U. Introduction to various types of congenital heart disease and pediatric cardiac procedures.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
346 Adult Echocardiography - Cardiomyopathies. 2 cr. U. Cardiovascular disease and diagnostic cardiac procedures in the adult population.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
347 Clinical Education III - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum which includes adult and pediatric echocardiography clinical rotations with focus on advanced adult competencies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
350 Introduction to Radiologic Science and Healthcare. 2 cr. U. Introduction to Radiologic Technology imaging principles and equipment. Basic concepts of patient care, emergency care, CPR, medical ethics, legal issues, and cultural diversity.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr.
351 Radiation Protection. 2 cr. U. All aspects of radiation protection including radiation safety, detection, and measurement relevant to Radiologic Technology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
352 Human Structure & Function I. 2 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems, and skeletal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
353 Principles of Imaging I. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. X-ray tube, beam restricting devices, exposure factors, and effects on scatter radiation.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
353 (effective 09/02/2014) Principles of Imaging I. 2 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. X-ray tube, beam restricting devices, exposure factors, and effects on scatter radiation.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
354 Radiographic Procedures I. 2 cr. U. Introduction to radiographic positioning of the chest, upper extremities, urinary and digestive systems. Pharmacology of contrast media.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
355 Radiography Clinical Education I. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L SCI) Prog or cons instr.
360 Radiation Biology. 2 cr. U. Effects of radiation from the cellular level to the entire human body. Long and short term somatic effects and genetic effects.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
361 Human Structure & Function II. 2 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the digestive and urinary systems and skeletal anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
362 Principles of Imaging II. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and the factors influencing those qualities. Systems and chemicals used in radiographic processing. Film and processor sensitometry.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
363 Radiographic Procedures II. 3 cr. U. Introduction to radiographic positioning for lower extremities, spine, and digestive system. Students learn to identify anatomy on radiographs and evaluate them for acceptability.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
364 Radiography Clinical Education II. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
370 Human Structure & Function III. 1 cr. U. Anatomy and physiology of the human body as they relate to the radiography of the skull, facial bone, and circulatory system.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
371 Radiographic Procedures III. 2 cr. U. Basic concepts of advanced imaging, special procedures, and supplementary imaging modalities.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
372 Radiographic Clinical Education III. 4 cr. U. Clinical Education allows students to rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
401 Seminar in Radiography II. 2 cr. U. Evaluation of all aspects of the imaging system from processor to generator.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
402 Introduction to MSK Sonography. 1 cr. U. Study of anatomy (to include anatomic variants), physiology, pathophysiology and the sonographic appearance of the musculoskeletal system as evaluated by diagnostic medical sonography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
403 Sonographic Physics I. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of acoustic transmission, reflection in tissues and transducer design in pulse echo systems.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
404 Sonographic Physics II. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of near zone, far zone, beam profiles, beam focusing, transducer arrays.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
405 Sonographic Physics III. 1 cr. U. Study of the basic principles of Doppler, acoustical exposure measurements, QA, bioeffects and the ALARA principle.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
406 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Abdomen I. 4 cr. U. Study of normal and abnormal sonograms of the peritoneal space, pre-vertebral vessels, liver, biliary, pancreas and kidneys will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
407 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Abdomen II. 4 cr. U. Study of normal and abnormal sonograms of the spleen, transplant imaging, GI imaging and dedicated pediatric imaging will be discussed.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
408 Vascular Sonography: CV & PV-Arterial. 5 cr. U. Study of cerebrovascular anatomy, normal and abnormal, and ultrasound imaging, upper arterial ultrasound exams, anatomy and pathology and lower extremity arterial ultrasound.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
409 Vascular Technology: Advanced. 4 cr. U. Study of peripheral vascular direct and indirect arterial and venous, normal and abnormal and abdominal Doppler.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
410 Sonography Clinical Internship I. 5 cr. U. Students will successfully complete sonography clinical competency examinations, under the supervision of the clinical instructors.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
411 Sonography Clinical Internship II. 5 cr. U. Students will successfully complete sonography clinical competency examinations, under the supervision of the clinical instructors.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
420 Clinical Hematology. 3 cr. U/G. Lectures in the production, regulation, function, and cytomorphology of normal hematopoietic elements. Introduction to hemostastis theory.|Prereq: jr st or cons instr.
421 Introduction To Hematology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Clinical laboratory experiences in basic hematology techniques and instrumentation to evaluate hematopoietic elements. 3 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 420(C).
427 Clinical Immunology. 3 cr. U/G. Fundamentals of Clinical Immunology, including cellular, humoral and molecular aspects. Correlation of laboratory test results with clinical disease states.|Prereq: jr st.
428 (effective 09/02/2014) Clinical Immunology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Laboratory experiments in clinical immunology and theories of testing concepts. 3 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 427(C).
428 Clinical Immunology Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Laboratory experiments in clinical immunology and theories of testing concepts. 2 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) prog or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 427(C).
431 Clinical Chemistry. 3 cr. U/G. Correlation of clinical chemistry with the pathophysiology of human disease.|Prereq: jr st; Chem 501(P) or cons instr; or grad st.
432 Clinical Chemistry Laboratory Theory & Operations. 1 cr. U. Theory and application of Clinical Chemistry laboratory principles. Focus on laboratory principles, quality assurance, theory of instrumentation, and laboratory problem solving.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr; Chem 501(P); BMS(C L Sci) 431(C).
435 Adult Echocardiography - Advanced Pathology. 3 cr. U. Cardiovascular pharmacology and the potential effects of cardiac medications on echocardiographic images.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
436 Pediatric Echocardiography II. 3 cr. U. Advanced instruction in various types of congenital heart disease and pediatric echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
437 Stress Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Indications, utility, limitations and technical procedures related to exercise stress echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
438 Clinical Education IV - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including advanced adult and pediatric imaging of the heart with focus on advanced pediatric competencies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
439 Clinical Education V - Echocardiography. 4 cr. U. Clinical practicum rotations including exercise and pharmacological stress, echocardiograms and transesophageal echocardiograms.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
440 Clinical Education VI - Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Clinical practicum including advanced abdominal and OB/GYN imaging, and vascular technology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
441 Special Procedures in Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Indications, utility, limitations and technical procedures related to transesophageal echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
450 Vascular Sonography I. 3 cr. U. Normal sonography of the cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and components of blood cardiovascular anatomy.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
451 Vascular Sonography II. 3 cr. U. Abnormal cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and an introduction to echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
452 Sonography Clinical Education IV. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head and specialty parts scanning.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
453 Seminar in OB/GYN Sonography. 3 cr. U. The role of ultrasound in diagnosing chromosomal anomalies and genetic syndromes. Techniques of ultrasound needle guidance in CVS, amniocentesis, and PUBS.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
454 Inroduction to Fetal Echocardiography. 3 cr. U. Echocardiographic examination of the fetal heart including normal anatomy and congenital heart disease.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
455 Vascular Sonography III. 3 cr. U. Advanced sonography of the normal cardiovascular system. Doppler principles, spectral display, hemodynamics of blood flow, embryology, and advanced echocardiography.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
457 Sonography Clinical Education V. 4 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head, specialty parts, and vascular scanning. Students begin scanning and gain competence in echocardiography.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
458 Seminar in Advanced Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases combining diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
458 Seminar in Advanced Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases combining diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.
459 Introduction to 3D/4D Ultrasound. 3 cr. U. Comparison of normal and pathological anatomy cases utilizing two, three and four dimensional sonography techniques.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
460 Professional Development in Sonography - Seminar. 3 cr. U. Current trends in health care and sonography. Federal regulations, Medicare, managed care, professional organizations, and certication exam preparation.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
461 Sonography Clinical Education VI. 3 cr. U. Mastery of abdominal, pelvic, obstetrical, neonatal head, specialty parts, vascular and routine cardiac scanning. Students gain competence in advanced cardiac scanning.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
462 Seminar in Ultrasound Research. 3 cr. U. Student is assigned to a research project and mentor in didactic one-on -one sessions and performing clinical studies.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
463 Seminar in Education and Management in Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Problem solving of management issues relating to diagnostic medical sonography, computed sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.
463 Seminar in Education and Management in Medical Imaging. 3 cr. U. Problem solving of management issues relating to diagnostic medical sonography and exploring educational strategies employed in ultrasound education.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
464 Introduction to Neurosonography. 3 cr. U. Anatomy, physiology, pathology, pathophysiology and the sonographic appearance of the normal and abnormal fetal and neonatal brain.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
470 Radiographic Physics I. 2 cr. U. Atomic and subatomic theories, electrical theory, interaction of x-rays with matter, production of radiation, equipment maintenance, x-ray circuits, tubes, and cooling charts.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
471 Digital Imaging. 3 cr. U. Radiographic qualities and factors influencing those qualities. Principles of flouroscopy, AEC, tomography, and other accessory equipment.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
472 Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology IV. 3 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as they relate to radiography of the remaining systems. The physiochemical process.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
473 Imaging Procedures IV. 2 cr. U. Skull positioning advanced skills, special procedures, and supplementary imaging modalities.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
474 Radiography Clinical Education IV. 4 cr. U. Students to rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
475 Radiographic Physics II. 2 cr. U. Current concepts in quality assurance. The physics of advanced modalities. The physics of radiobiology and radiation protection.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
476 Radiographic Exposure IV. 3 cr. U. Digital imaging concepts and conversion problems, qualities of contrast, density, detail, and distortion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
477 Cross Sectional Anatomy. 3 cr. U. Structure and physiology of the human body as it appears in cross section. Diagrams, CT, and MRI images are utilized.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
478 Radiologic Pathology. 3 cr. U. Changes that occur in disease and injury and their applications to radiography.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
479 Radiography Clinical Education V. 3 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
481 Criminalistics. 3 cr. U. Instruction on collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence from crime scenes. Instruction on the rules of evidence and expert testimony.|Anthro 481, Chem 481, BMS(C L Sci) 481, & Crm Jst 481 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480 (P).
482 Radiography Clinical Internship I. 6 cr. U. 600 hours of clinical experience. The student will begin surgical and evening rotations.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
483 Radiography Clinical Internship II. 3 cr. U. Rotations through the Emergency Department, diagnostic area outpatient and orthopedic clinics, CT, MRI, and interventional radiology.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
484 Radiography Clinical Internship IV. 1 cr. U. 70 hours of clinical practice. Opportunity to rotate through any area of interest in a variety of imaging modalities.|Prereq: jr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
485 Professional Development in Radiography. 2 cr. U. Federal regulations and legislation as they relate to the health care profession and radiology. Preparation for the certification exam.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
486 Radiography Clinical Education VI. 4 cr. U. Students rotate through all aspects of the radiologic science field. A total of 65 competencies must be achieved in two years of clinical education.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
497 Study Abroad: (Subtitled). 1-12 cr. U/G. Designed to enroll students in UWM sponsored program before course work level, content, and credits are determined and/or in specially prepared program course work.|Retakable w/chg in topic. Prereq: acceptance to Study Abroad Prog.
501 Introduction to Cytotechnology. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory instruction introducing the profession of Cytotechnology with emphasis on the role, responsibility, and ethics of the profession.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
521 Applied Clinical Hematology. 3 cr. U. Instruction in hematological laboratory techniques and the pathophysiology of disease of the reticuloendothelial system using case studies as a basis of discussion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
521 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Hematology. 2 cr. U. Instruction in hematological laboratory techniques and the pathophysiology of disease of the reticuloendothelial system using case studies as a basis of discussion.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci Prog) or cons instr.
522 Hemostasis. 1 cr. U. Correlation of basic theories of the hemostatic system with normal and abnormal clinical laboratory results. Introduction to basic methodology employed in differential diagnosis of hemostatic disorders.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
523 Lectures in Advanced Clinical Hematology. 1 cr. U. Lectures dealing with abnormalities of hematopoiesis, and the blood dyscrasias, and examination of bone marrow and lymphnodes.|Prereq: BioMed Sci(C L Sci) 420(320)(P) or cons instr.
524 Advanced Clinical Hematology Practicum. 3 cr. U. Practical experience in the clinical laboratory dealing with both normal and abnormal hematology and body fluids.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
529 Introduction to Immunohematology. 3 cr. U. An introduction to the fundamentals of immunohematology and clinical blood banking.|Prereq: BioMed Sci(C L Sci) 427(P) or cons instr.
530 Immunohematology and Blood Banking Laboratory. 1 cr. U. Fundamental practical instruction in basic blood banking techniques.|Prereq: BMS(C L Sci) 529(C) or cons instr.
531 Advanced Lectures in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 1 cr. U. Clinical applications and relationships within the various disciplines of clinical laboratory sciences including discussion of current topics of interest in diagnostic medicine.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
532 Advanced Clinical Immunohematology and Immunology. 3 cr. U. Practical instruction in clinical serology and immunohematology. Correlation of test results with disease states.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
534 Medical Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. Advanced comprehensive study of microorganisms that influence human health and disease. Emphasis on identification/diagnosis and microbial attributes and mechanisms that facilitate infectious disease.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
534 (effective 05/18/2015) Medical Microbiology. 3 cr. U/G. Advanced comprehensive study of microorganisms that influence human health and disease. Emphasis on identification/diagnosis and microbial attributes and mechanisms that facilitate infectious disease.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P); or grad st; or cons instr.
535 Medical Microbiology Laboratory. 2 cr. U/G. Formal systematic laboratory study of microorganisms important in human health and disease. Emphasis on current methods of detection, identification and treatment. 4 hr lab.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 534(C).
536 Applied Clinical Microbiology. 3 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory dealing with the systematic study of bacteria of medical importance to humans.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) or cons prog dir.
536 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Microbiology. 2 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory dealing with the systematic study of bacteria of medical importance to humans.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) or cons prog dir.
537 Medical Parasitology and Mycology. 2 cr. U/G. Lectures and laboratory dealings with the medically significant parasitic and mycotic agents of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog; or grad st; or cons instr.
538 Advanced Clinical Microbiology Practicum. 3 cr. U. Clinical instruction in techniques utilized for the diagnosis of infectious disease, including special culture techniques.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
539 Public Health Microbiology. 2 cr. U/G. The role of microbiological analysis in public health and the current techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st & Bio Sci 383(303)(P), or grad st; or cons instr.
540 Public Health Microbiology Lab. 1 cr. U/G. Current laboratory techniques for detecting, identifying, and enumerating pathogenic microorganisms.|Prereq: jr st, or cons instr; BMS(C L Sci) 539(C).
541 Urinalysis. 1 cr. U. Lecture and laboratory experience in clinical analysis of urine.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
542 Applied Clinical Chemistry. 3 cr. U. Systematic instruction in the laboratory determination of substances of principal interest to the diagnosis of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
542 (effective 05/18/2015) Applied Clinical Chemistry. 2 cr. U. Systematic instruction in the laboratory determination of substances of principal interest to the diagnosis of human disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
544 Advanced Clinical Chemistry Practicum. 3 cr. U. Experience in a hospital laboratory dealing with routine and specialized biochemical procedures and all phases of instrumentation currently used in this field.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
545 (effective 01/26/2015) Human Histology. 3 cr. U/G. A detailed study of the structure and function of human tissues.|Prereq: jr st.
547 Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis. 5 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory covering special topics in the use of laboratory testing in clinical diagnosis of disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
548 Clinical Laboratory Practice. 5 cr. U. Experience in various laboratory techniques.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog or cons prog dir.
549 Professional Development in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 3 cr. U. Discussion and participation in professional development activities. Topics include: laboratory management, laboratory information systems, professional conduct, ethics, certification, job placement, and educational methodologies.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci(C L Sci) Prog or cons instr.
549 Professional Development in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. 3 cr. U. Discussion and participation in professional development activities. Topics include: laboratory management, laboratory information systems, professional conduct, ethics, certification, job placement, and educational methodologies.
552 Advanced Nutrition. 2 cr. U/G. Nutrient utilization and human metabolism, nutritional influences in anthropology, epidemiology and international development issues.|Prereq: jr st; BMS(C L Sci) 232(P) or Bio Sci 501(P).
555 Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring. 1 cr. U/G. Survey of the pharmacology and analytical methods for identification and quantitation of therapeutic and toxic substances.|Prereq: jr st, & Chem 341(P) or 345(P); or cons instr.
560 Molecular and Genetic Diagnostics. 2 cr. U/G. Introduction to principles and applications of DNA technology in the clinical laboratory.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P); or grad st.
561 Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory. 1 cr. U/G. Clinical laboratory experiences in molecular diagnostic techniques and instrumentation.|Prereq: jr st & BMS(C L Sci) 560(C); or grad st & BMS(C L Sci) 705(P); or cons instr.
575 Cytology of the Female Genital Tract - I. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lectures discussing the normal and abnormal cytology of the female genital tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
576 Cytology of the Female Genital Tract - II. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include laboratory experience dealing with the study of the normal and abnormal cytology of the female genital tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
577 Cytology of the Respiratory Tract. 3 cr. U. Lectures and laboratory experience in the study of the normal and abnormal cytology of the respiratory tract.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
578 Cytology of the Gastrointestinal and the Genito-Urinary Tract. 2 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experience dealing with the normal and abnormal cytology of the G.I. and G.U. tracts.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
579 Cytology of Effusions and the Central Nervous System. 3 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences in the study of various body fluids in health and disease.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
580 Aspiration Cytology. 4 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experience dealing with aspiration cytology.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
581 Special Procedures in Cytology. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences dealing with special procedures used in cytological diagnosis.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
582 Cytology of the Breast. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include lecture and laboratory experiences dealing with the normal and abnormal cytology of the breast.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
583 Cytology Preparation Techniques. 1 cr. U. Fieldwork to include laboratory preparation of gynecologic and non-gynecologic cytology specimens using several different instrument methodologies.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
585 Internship in Forensic Toxicology. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in a forensic toxicology laboratory under the supervision of a toxicologist.|Anthro 585, Chem 585, BMS(C L Sci) 585, & Crm Jst 585 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/ Crm Jst 281(P) & 285(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
586 Cytology Lab Operations and Quality Control. 1 cr. U. Basic administrative functions and quality control procedures utilized in the cytology laboratory.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) & cons prog dir.
587 Research Methods in Cytology. 1 cr. U. Research methods in cytology through journal club, literature reviews, case studies, and library research.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci(C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
588 Diagnostic Microscopy in Cytology. 5 cr. U. Fieldwork in a functioning cytotechnology laboratory.|Prereq: sr st in BioMed Sci (C L Sci) Prog & cons prog dir.
589 Internship in Death Investigation. 1-3 cr. U. Practical experience in death investigation under the supervision of a death investigator and forensic pathologist.|Anthro 589, Chem 589, BMS(C L Sci) 589 & Crm Jst 589 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Crm Jst 480(P); BMS(C L Sci) 620(R); ; Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
590 Topics in Clinical Laboratory Sciences: (Subtitled). 1-5 cr. U/G. Topics of current interest in the field of clinical laboratory sciences. The major theme for each semester offering will be posted.|May be repeated with change in topic to max of 9 cr for grad students. Prereq: jr st; cons instr for grad cr.
594 Internship in Forensic Science. 1-3 cr. U. On-site shadowing of evidence analyst at State Crime Laboratory.|Anthro 594, Chem 594, BMS(C L Sci) 594, & Crm Jst 594 are jointly offered; they count as repeats of one another. Prereq: jr st; admis to Forensic Sci cert prog; Anthro/Chem/BMS(C L Sci)/Crm Jst 281(P); Chem 221(P) or 223(P); Crm Jst 480(P); Hepatitis B vaccine series or waiver.
599 Independent Study. 1-3 cr. U. Individualized experience which enables the student to study current topics of interest to the clinical laboratory scientist. Level of credit assigned based on time required for completion.|May be retaken to 12 cr max. Prereq: cons instr & prog dir.
600 Contrast Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U. Use of contrast media in medical imaging diagnostic procedures.
600 Contrast Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U/G. Use of contrast media in medical imaging diagnostic procedures.|Prereq: jr st in Biomed Sci program; ARRT, ARDMS, or CCI Imaging Certification or completion of an Intro to Diagnostic Imaging course.
601 Molecular Imaging for Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U/G. Study of imaging principles utilized with molecular imaging. To include review of scientific publications for the use of molecular imaging to review various disease processes.|Prereq: jr st in Biomed Sci program; ARRT, ARDMS, or CCI Imaging Certification or completion of an Intro to Diagnostic Imaging course.
601 Molecular Imaging for Diagnostic Imaging. 3 cr. U. Study of imaging principles utilized with molecular imaging. To include review of scientific publications for the use of molecular imaging to review various disease processes.
610 (HS 610) Pharmacology. 3 cr. U/G. Lectures on pharmacokinetics, mechanisms of action, and physiological effects of toxic and therapeutic substances.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P), or cons instr.
615 Cellular and Molecular Toxicology. 3 cr. U/G. Cellular and molecular mechanisms of toxicant interactions with critical target organelles and molecules and subsequent downstream cellular responses.|Prereq: jr st, Chem 501(P) or cons instr; or grad st.

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