OM 2014: Reproductive System II

Class Program
Credits 3

This course will cover female and male health-related reproductive issues and LGBTQ+ health.  Following a review of normal reproductive physiology, pathophysiological perspectives of the female genital tract, breasts, and pregnancy are presented.  The approach to the gynecologic patient, including examination and diagnostic procedures, is discussed. All phases of pregnancy, including antepartum, labor, delivery, and post-partum care, are reviewed in concert with complications and procedures of each phase of pregnancy.  Infectious and neoplastic pathology of the male genital tract is discussed. Pharmacology as it relates to both female and male reproductive systems will be integrated throughout the course. Clinical correlations will focus on the pathology that students will encounter on clinical clerkships and throughout their medical career.  


Successful completion of all Year 1 coursework