I V course / educ years The plan of lectures on medical biology and genetics for the students of I course of stomatology faculty



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The plan of lectures on Ophthalmology for

the students of stomatology faculty

IV course



Themes


Hours

1

Anatomy and physiology of the eye. Optic system, binocular vision

2

2

Diseases of the conyunctiva and cornea, treatment

2

3

Lens, cataract, treatment. Diseases of wüal tract

2

4

Glaucoma, traumas

2

5

Retinal and optic nerve diseases

2



The plan of practical training on Ophthalmology for

the students of stomatology faculty

IV course



Themes


Hours

1

Anatomy of the eye and appendages

5

2

General complaints and findings of anterior segment of the eye

5

3

Complaints and findings of the posterior segment of the eye

5

4

Functions of the eye

5

5

Refraction, errors and correcting methods

5

6

Astigmatism, types

5

7

Examination, final pravtice

5



The plan of lectures on surgical diseases for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (autumn term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Hernias of abdomen

2

2

Acute and chronic appendicitis

2

3

Ulcer disease of stomach and duodenum

2

4

Gallbladder stone disease. Cholecystitis, pancreatitis

2

5

Diseases of small and large intestines. Peritonitis

2



The plan of practical training on surgical diseases for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (autumn term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Hernias of abdomen

5

2

Acute and chronic appendicitis. Peritonitis

5

3

Ulcer disease of stomach and duodenum

5

4

Intestinal obstruction

5

5

Ulcer disease of stomach and duodenum, complications. Cancer of stomach

5

6

Acute and chronic cholecystitis. Obstructive jaundice

5

7

Acute and chronic diseases of pancreas. Diseases of large intestine: benign and malignant tumors

5


The plan of lectures on surgical diseases for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Diseases of oesophagus and thyroid

2

2

Diseases of breast, mastitis. Benign and malignant tumors of breast

2

3

Diseases of lungs: abscess and gangrene. Bronchoectatic disease, pneumosklerosis and cysts. Lung cancer. Pleural empyema. Tumors and cysts of mediastinum

2

4

Tumors of liver (primary and seciondary), gallbladder, pancreato-duodenal area. Liver hydatidosis

2

5

Lower limbs vascular diseases. Obliterating endarteritis and atherosclerosis. Reyno disease

2


The plan of practical training on surgical diseases for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Hemorrhoids, paraproctitis, rectal prolapse

5

2

Abscess and gangrene of the lungs. Hydatid disease of the lung

5

3

Acute and chronic pleural empyema. Benign and malignant tumors

5

4

Diseases of oesophagus (diverticulas, cardiospasm, burns and tumors)

5

5

Lower limbs venous and arterial diseases

5

6

Thrombosis and embolism

5

7

Goiter, thyrotoxicosis

5

8

Diseases of breast

5

9

Surgical diseases of the liver

5


The plan of lectures on military surgery for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

The principles of organization of surgical aid to wounded on the field of war. Warfare injuries, types of bleeding, blood loss. Traumatic shock and long lasting compression syndrome. Gunshot injuries and blunt trauma to extremities. Treatment. Thermal injuries. Trauma to skull, brain, vertebral column and Spine. Penetrated and blunt trauma and injuries to chest and abdomen

2



The plan of practical training on military surgery for the students

of IV course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Organizational principles of medical aid after warfare injuries. Warfare injuries, bleeding types, blood loss

5

2

Traumatic shock and long lasting compression syndrome. Penetrated and blunt injuries to extremities.Treatment

5

3

Thermal injuries. Injuries of skull and spine

5

4

Penetrated and blunt injuries to thoracic and abdominal cavity organs

5



The plan of lectures on dermatology for the

students of IV course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Introduction to the dermatology. Anatomy, histology and physiological functions of skin, oral mucosa and lips. Primmary and secondary morphological components. Cheilitis. Syndrome of Melkerson-Rosenthal. Dermatitis. Allergic dermatosis. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics.Treatment and preventions

2

2

Vesicular dermatosis (pemphigus, pemphigoid, dermatitis Herpetiformis). Exudative erythema multiforme. Stevens-Johnson and Lyell syndrome. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions. Epidermolysisbullosa

2

3

Papules squamous dermatoses (Psoriasis, Lichen ruberplanus, Pityriasisrosea) Autoimmune dermatoses (lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, dermatomyositis). Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

2

4

Bacterial dermatoses (pyoderma, tuberculosis of the skin, leprosy).Viral dermatoses (herpes simplex, herpes zoster, warts, moluscumcontagiosum). Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

2

5

Dermatomicosis (tineaversicolor, tineacruris, tineacorporistineacapitis, favus, tineapedis, candidiasis of the skin and mucous membranes). Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions. Parasitic dermatoses (scabies, pediculosis, leishmaniasis). Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

2



The plan of practical training on dermatology for the

students of IV course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Structure and physiological functions of the skin and oral mucosa. Primary and secondary morphological elements. Methods of examination of dermatological patient with rash on oral mucosa and red border of lips. Clinical-diagnostical laboratory methods of research

5

2

Cheilitis (exfoliative, grandular, meteorological, actinic). Syndrome of Melkerson-Rosenthal. Precancerous diseases (actinic keratosis, cutaneous horn, Bowen”s disease, leukoplakia, cheilitis Manganotti, warty precancer red border, limited hyperkeratosis red border), binign ( dermatofibroma, soft fibroma, ateroma, hemangioma, lymphangioma, cycts, nevus) andmalignant (squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma) disease of oral mucosa and red border of lips. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Laboratory diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

5

3

Dermatitis. Toxicoderma.Lyell's syndrome.Eczema.Atopic dermatitis.Urticaria.Quincke's disease.Occupational diseases of the skin.Epidemiology.Etiopathogenesis.Classification.Clinical manifestations.Laboratory diagnostics.Differential diagnostics.Treatment and preventions

5

4

Lichen ruberplanus. Psoriasis.Lupus erythematosus. Scleroderma. Dermatomyositis Rosacea. Acne vulgaris.Epidemiology.Etiopathogenesis.Classification.Clinical manifestations.Laboratory diagnostics.Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

5

5

Pemphigus. Pemphigoid.Dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring. Exudative erythema multiforme. Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Laboratory diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

5

6

Bacterial dermatoses (tuberculosis of the skin, leprosy). Leishmaniasis.Epidemiology.Etiopathogenesis.Classification.Clinical manifestations.Diagnostics.Differential diagnostics.Treatment and preventions

5

7

Dermatomicosis (candidiasis of the skin and mucous membranes, tineaversicolor, tineacruris, tineacorporis, tineapedis, tineacapitis, favus). Epidemiology.Etiopathogenesis.Classification.Clinical manifestations.Diagnostics.Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

5

8

Viral dermatoses (herpes simplex I, herpes zoster, warts, molluscumcontagiosum). Parasitic diseases ( scabies, pediculosis). Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

5



The plan of lectures on venerology for the

students of IV course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Introduction to the venerology. Syphilis. Etiology and pathogenesis. The general course of syphilis and classification. Immunity, reinfection and superinfection. Early syphilis (primary, secondary, early latent) and tertiary periods of syphilis. Lesion of mucosal membranes of early syphilis. Clinical characteristics. Diagnostics: clinical and laboratory methods. Differential diagnostics

2

2

Late syphilis (tertiary, cardiovascular, neurosyphilis, late latent syphilis). Congenital syphilis early and late. Clinical characteristics. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Clinical manifestations of late syphilis and congenital syphilis on the oral cavity. Dental dystrophy. Laboratory diagnostics and treatment

2

3

Gonorrhea. Definition. Etiology: the causative agent and specific features. Treatment. Non-gonococcal urethritis (trihomoniasis, chlamydial infection, mycoplasmosis, herpes II, anogenital warts). Urogenital candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis. HIV-infection. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Laboratory diagnostics.Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

2



The plan of practical training on venerology for the

students of IV course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Methods of investigation of venereological diseases. Syphilis. Etiology. The causative factor and its specific features. Ways and conditions for transmission. General course.Incubation period. Early syphilis (primary). Clinical characteristics. Diagnostics: clinical and laboratory methods. Differential diagnostics

5

2

Early period (secondary, early latent) and late forms (tertiary syphilis, cardiovascular, neurosyphilis, late latent syphilis). Clinical characteristics. Diagnostics. Differential diagnostics

5

3

Congenital syphilis. Clinical forms of congenital syphilis: early and late forms. Clinical features and differential diagnostics. Laboratory diagnostics and treatment

5

4

Gonorrhea. Definition. Etiology: the causative agent and specific features. Treatment.Non-gonococcal urethritis (trihomoniasis, chlamydial infection, mycoplasmosis, herpes II, anogenital warts). Urogenital candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis.HIV-infection. Epidemiology. Etiopathogenesis. Classification. Clinical manifestations. Laboratory diagnostics. Differential diagnostics. Treatment and preventions

4



The plan of lectures on pediatric diseases for the students of

stomatology faculty for autumn term (IV course)




Themes

Hours



Information on pediatrics. Children age periods, their characteristics. Characteristics of children diseases of different age periods

2



Rickets in children and ricketlikes diseases, differential diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Hipervitaminoz D.

2



Bronchopulmonary pathology in children URTI, bronchitis, pneumonia, bronchial asthma, differential diagnosis. The principles of treatment and prevention

2



Rheumatic fever in children, etiopatogenesis. Kisel Jones criteria, congenital and acquired heart defects, diffuse connective tissue diseases – lypys erythematosus disease, etiopatogenesis, clinical, treatment

2



Update information about hepatitis virus infection, clinical forms of ways. To prevent infection with hepatitis B replaces the C antiseptic measures the importance of dental cabinet. Blood disorders in children - anemia, hemorrhagic diathesis, leukosis

2


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