Endocrine, Reproductive and Developmental Physiology
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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This course has been developed with the aim of stimulating your interest and expanding your knowledge in the areas of endocrinology, reproduction, fertility and fetal development. The endocrine and reproductive physiology component builds on areas covered in Physiology 1B. The study of developmental physiology examines a wide range of organ systems and endocrine functions in the fetus, newborn and pregnant woman, and in this part of the course you will draw on your knowledge of these systems and processes from the relevant parts of Physiology 1A and 1B, and also your understanding of basic anatomy and biochemistry.
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