Posted: February 15th, 2023
MAERB COMPETENCY: Cognitive
I.C.1. Describe structural organization of the human body (BL 2)
I.C.2. Identify body system (BL 2)
I.C.8 Identify common pathology related to each body system including (Bl 2)
I.C.9 Identify Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) waived tests associated with common disease (BL 2)
The projects you will be completing address the information literacy and oral communications competency objectives that are stated on your course outline. As part of your effort to begin developing your critical thinking skills, you will learn how to gather information, summarize and identify key points, distinguish fact from opinion, raise questions and form a personal perspective regarding a disease.
Developing a Topic: Select a topic related to an anatomy/pathophysiology issue. Do some brainstorming on your possible choices. Choose something interesting to you that you would like to research (for the example-any genetic disorder). OR, choose any Chronic Diseases that affect a wide range of individuals and have a wider range of signs and symptoms.
Once you finalize your topic, you will need to conduct research on your own to find the information needed about that disease.
Your paper should include the following aspects of the disease:
Your paper should be 3-4 pages, double spaced, typed in Times New Roman font.
REFERENCE PAGE: In addition to your original paper, you must attach a ‘Work Cited’ or ‘Reference’ page where you will need to provide a list of at least three sources which include authentic books, journal articles, magazines, or newspaper articles. You must correctly cite all sources according to APA research Guidelines.
The human body is composed of several structural components that work together to maintain homeostasis and carry out various bodily functions. These components are organized into different levels of organization, including cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Cells are the basic building blocks of the body, and they are organized into various types of tissues. There are four primary types of tissues in the body: epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous tissue. These tissues work together to form organs, which are structures with specific functions in the body. Organ systems are made up of multiple organs working together to carry out larger functions in the body.
There are several organ systems in the human body, including the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, respiratory system, digestive system, circulatory system, nervous system, endocrine system, immune system, and reproductive system.
Each body system has its own set of common pathologies, which can include various signs and symptoms, etiologies, diagnostic measures, and treatment modalities. Some
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