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Collagen - structure and function Released 10/02/10
This course will examine how collagen, one of the most commonly-occurring
proteins in the body, is synthesised. Collagen occurs in up to twenty different
forms, although Types 1 to 5 are seen most frequently, acting as the cellular
scaffolding for all body structures.
Verruca Pathology Released 26/03/10
This course aims to examine the pathological changes taking place
during the development of verrucae, looking at the specific changes
occurring at a cellular level. It will also look at the process of viral
replication, and the associated clinical presentation.
Neurological Anatomy of the Lower Limb Released 29/03/10
The anatomy of the neurological supply to the lower limb will be examined, beginning
at the level of the lumbar plexus, and covering motor, sensory, and autonomic supply.
This course aims to provide practitioners with an opportunity to revise their clinically-
related anatomy, and to provide a foundation for neurological assessment.