This course begins with discussions of renal anatomy and related principles of urine formation. Discussions then focus on the principles and practice of microscopic, physical, and chemical analysis of urine. The application of urinalysis in the diagnosis of disease is included. Body fluids lectures cover human anatomy and physiology as it relates to the formation and function of various fluids including synovial fluid, serous fluid, spinal fluid, semen, amniotic fluid, and feces. Microscopic and biochemical analysis of each fluid and important disease processes are discussed.