VETS30017 Veterinary Bioscience: Metab & Excretion
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This subject has the following teaching availabilities in 2017:
Semester 1, Parkville - Taught on campus.Show/hide details
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|Time Commitment:||Contact Hours: 72 |
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Permission of the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences is required to enrol into this subject. Enrolment is limited to BSc students who have been selected into the Veterinary Bioscience specialisation of the Animal Health and Disease major, leading to articulation into the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Students must have successfully completed the following subjects:
Study Period Commencement:
Also, students must have completed a 12.5 point Level 1 Physics subject or VCE Physics Units 3/4 or equivalent,
and ONE OF the following two Biochemistry subjects:
Students must enrol in the following subjects:
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This subject is only available to students selected into the Veterinary Bioscience specialisation and therefore pre-selected into the DVM. Refer to the Core Participation Requirements statement within the course entry for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine:
CoordinatorAssoc Prof Jenny Charles
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Using clinical cases to illustrate principles, this subject introduces students to the normal structure and function of the hepatobiliary system and urinary tract of the domestic animals, the disease processes that may affect these systems, and the causes and potential consequences of such disease. Students will develop skills in the clinical evaluation of the liver and urinary tract, including the selection and analysis of diagnostic tests of hepatic and renal function.
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This subject aims to equip students with a thorough understanding of the normal structure and function of the hepatobiliary system and urinary tract of domestic animals and the disease mechanisms that can cause structural injury and/or dysfunction of these body systems. After satisfactorily completing the subject, students should be capable of recognising the clinical signs that are suggestive of dysfunction and to conduct and interpret appropriate diagnostic investigations of these systems.
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This subject is not available as a breadth subject.
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|Doctor of Veterinary Medicine |
|Science-credited subjects - new generation B-SCI and B-ENG. |
Veterinary Bioscience (specialisation of Animal Health and Disease major)