MLT-126 - Hematology & Coagulation

3 credits

The study of blood in health and disease to include genetics, the origin, development and function of human blood cells, and a review of the vascular and coagulation systems. Normal and abnormal findings will be studied through manual and automated procedures. Specific topics include: CBC and coagulation profile, normal values, quality control, and blood disorders.

Corequisite(s): MLT 126L 

Previously known as: CLLS-300