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Fetal Medicine @ Brown
WARREN ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL OF BROWN UNIVERSITY

The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

BIOL 6505 - Introduction to Fetal Medicine

KNOWLEDGE BASE (MD-2000)

The course fits within the MD-2000 blueprint by covering the following aspects of the knowledge base:

II. Health of Families
  B. Preventive/Developmental Encounters
    A. Infancy (Birth to one year)
      1. Function and development
        a) Normal vs. abnormal physical growth & development
b) Normal vs. abnormal cognitive/psychosocial development
c) Factors affecting development
          i. congenital anomalies
ii. Low birth weight

iv. Heredity
        d) Anticipatory guidance to parents regarding growth
e) Screening methods to detect developmental anomalies
IV. Medical Encounters
  A. Acute Encounters
    B. Fetus/Neonate
      1. Cardiovascular Diseases

3. Gastrointestinal Disorders
4. Genetics, including congenital malformations
5. Hematology/Immunology/Oncology
6. Infectious Diseases
7. Neurology

9. Renal/Fluids/Ele trolytes
10. Respiratory Diseases
11. Surgical
12. Ears, Nose and Throat
       
         

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Introduction

Objectives

MD-2000

 Schedule

Faculty

Syllabus

Slides

References

Evaluation

 Image Bank

Fetal Program

Fetal Treatment

M.A.D.A.M.

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