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Topic Guide - Nursing Pathophysiology: Home

Resources for study, researching, and learning pathophysiology.

Lee University School of Nursing

Browse the Shelves

To browse the shelves in the Health Sciences, try these call numbers.

QM   Human Anatomy
QP Physiology
R General Medicine
RA Public Health
RB Pathology
RC Internal Medicine
RD Surgery
RG Gynecology and Obstetrics
RJ Pediatrics
RM Therapeutics/Pharmacology
RS     Pharmacy
RT Nursing

The Q and R shelves are located on the Lower Level of William G. Squires Library.

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Pathophysiology is the study of the biologic and physical manifestations of disease as they correlate with the underlying abnormalities and physiologic disturbances. Pathophysiology does not deal directly with the treatment of disease. Rather, it explains the processes within the body that result in the signs and symptoms of a disease.    

Mosby's Medical Dictionary, 8th edition. © 2009, Elsevier.

Database Access - Username/Password

To use the Library's databases and e-book collections, you will be asked to enter a username and password.  This username and password is now your personal username and password information, the same username and password that you enter to login to Moodle, Portico, and your Lee email.  For our Seminary students, this will be your Populi username and password information. 

When you attempt to access the library's databases, you will see the screen below.  If you are a Lee student, choose the first box.  If you are a Seminary Student, choose the second box.  

You will then be taken to a login screen where you will enter in your own personal username and password.  The screen for Lee students will look like this...


And the screen for Seminary students will look like this...


If at any time you encounter the following ACA login, please contact the library for assistance. You may contact the Reference desk during library hours at (423) 614-8562 if you have any questions or email us anytime at


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Nursing Liaison

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Michael Sturgeon
Squires Library: Office #125
(423) 473-3797

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