Courses & Units

Clinical Chemistry 3 (Endocrinology) CXA353

Note: Restricted to students enrolled in M3G,M3H, M6G & M7B


This unit gives an understanding of the metabolism and function of hormones; and includes: the laboratory investigation of disorders of hormonal function including thyroid, pituitary, adrenal, hypothalamic, ovarian, testicular and renal hormones; the use of tumour markers in oncology, and other specialised aspects of clinical chemistry tests.


Unit name Clinical Chemistry 3 (Endocrinology)
Unit code CXA353
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School Faculty of Health
School of Health Science
Discipline School for Health Sciences
Teaching staff Dr Dale Kunde
Level Advanced
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No


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Teaching Pattern2-hr lecture (13 weeks); 2-hr tutorial or 3-hr laboratory/case study session (alternate weeks) (13 weeks).
AssessmentMid Semester Test (20%), Case studies assessments (10%), Assignment - 500 words (10%), Journal Presentation (10%), Final theory 3-hr examination (50%).
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