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Foundation, TMM. Ghofran & Sara

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It contains 6 subjects, each subject has a specific percent of the full mark.
You'll start studying a subject for specific weeks, and when you finish it, You'll start with a new subject.
it Contains
Medical terminology
Marks for each subject:
divided as the follow:
Medical terminology: 38 marks.
Parasitology: 24 Marks.
Physiology: 12 Marks.
Pharmacology: 7 Marks.
Microbiology: 7 Marks.
research: 12 marks
The meaning of physiology:
physio / logy
physio: relating to nature or natural functions
logy: indicating the science or study of
So physiology is the branch of biology dealing with the functions and activities of living organisms and their parts, including all physical and chemical processes.
Dr, hanan kadi.
Dr. azra
Dr, zainab al refaie
Why should I study physiology !!
What is Microbiology?
is the study of microscopic forms of life (microorganisms).
Dr. Amal fatehallah Muklad.
Major Categories of micro organisms:
1- Bacteria
2- Fungi.
3- Viruses,
Characterized by:
Single cell (prokaryotic):
Having a cell wall Containing DNA & RNA
DNA → (transcription) → mRNA → (translation)→ Protein.
No definite nucleus Possibly having pili, flagella, a capsule
Characterized by:
 Having both RNA&DNA
* Similar to Bacteria*
 Defined nucleus
 Having a cell wall
Characterized by:
Growing insides a living cell
Having: nucleic acid AND RNA or DNA (not both)
Containing protein subunits
Not having organelles
How do i Study Micro ?
And What are my resources ?
Credit Hours
4 Credit Hours.
The study of drugs in humans (patients and volunteers).
Substances that interact with living systems and alter biologic activity.
Major Uses of Drugs
Eliminate the cause of the disease
Avoid getting a disease
Help determine disease presence
Relieve disease symptoms
Definitions used in pharmacology:
It is the study and measurements of response to drugs.
It is the study of how the body absorbs,
distributes, metabolizes and excretes drug
Dr. Majda
How should I study pharmacology?
And, what are my resources?
What is Parasitology
Science that deals with organisms (parasites) that live on or in other organisms (Hosts: man or animal). The host usually suffers from the parasite.
How do people get the infection?
They can be spread through contaminated water, waste, fecal matter, blood, and through food that has been mishandled or undercooked. It can also be passed through sexual contact.
Risk factors
(the reasons that make some people more susceptible to infections)
People with compromised immune systems or those who already have an illness
People who travel to tropical or subtropical regions where it is warm and moist
How can parasitic infections be prevented?
Drink clean, bottled water when traveling
Wash your hands, especially when coming into contact with contaminated food, water, and feces
Cook food to recommended temperatures and practice good hand hygiene
Avoid swallowing water in lakes, streams or ponds
How should I study ?
And, What are my resources?
Dr, Ghofran Qurban.
Dr. Sara Sameer.
Twitter: @Ghof_q / @sara_sam1993
How Should I study physiology?
and what are my resources?
Understanding of physiology is absolutely essential for the study and practice of medicine.
It explains the characteristics and mechanisms of the body.
Medically, it is the key to study and understand other medical subjects such as Pathology and Pharmacology.
straight rod (bacillus)

Spherical (coccus)

curved (spiral)
Shapes of bacteria
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