The undergraduate course of study in Chemical Pathology is designed to highlight the central role which abnormalities of biochemical and metabolic functions of cells, tissues and organs play in prevention, diagnosis, management and prognosis of disease states. It also teaches how these abnormalities of biochemical and metabolic functions may be recognised by performing relevant tests. i.e. measurements of components of biological fluids, tissues or organs. There is emphasis on the need to interprete results of such tests, in the context of the overall clinical picture i.e. clinical diagnosis, and response to treatment by group of disease or individual patients.
1). Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) 2). Essay Questions (Long & Short questions) 3). Iii. Practical Performance of relevant tests. 4). Essay Questions (Long and Short Essay Questions) 5). Viva Voce (oral)
Candidates are required to make 75% attendance to be eligible to sit the End-of-course Examination.