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 practical training on microbiology and immunology for

the students of stomatological faculty for summer term


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Topics

Hours

1

The main principles of microbiology diagnosis of infection diseases. The choosing, transfer of pathogenic materials and microbiology methods. Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by staphylococci

2

2

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by streptococci

2

3

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by pathogenic Neisseria

2

4

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by opportunistic bacteria (Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa)

2

5

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases caused by Escherichia coli and Salmonella

2

6

Microbiology diagnosis of dysentery and cholera

2

7

Microbiology diagnosis of plague and tularemia

2

8

Microbiology diagnosis of brucellosis and anthrax

2

9

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by anaerobes (genus Clostridium and Bacteroides)

2

10

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by Haemophilus, Bordetella and Legionella)

2

11

Microbiology diagnosis diphtheria

2

12

Microbiology diagnosis tuberculosis and actinomycosis

2

13

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by Spirochetes and Rickettsiae

2

14

Microbiology diagnosis of diseases, caused by Chlamydiae and Mycoplasma

2

15

Conclusion lesson

2

16

Microbiology diagnosis of mycosis

2

17

Microbiology diagnosis of parasitic infection

2

18

Introduction to basic virology. Microbiology diagnosis of respiratory viral infection (influenza, parainfluenza, respiratory synsytial and adenovirus infections)

2

19

Microbiology diagnosis of child’s respiratory viral infection (mumps, measles, varicella, rubella)

2

20

Microbiology diagnosis of infections, caused by herpes viruses (herpes simplex, varicella-zoster, cytomegalovirus and infectious mononucleosis)

2

21

Microbiology diagnosis of infections, caused by enteroviruses, rhabdoviruses and arboviruses

2

22

Microbiology diagnosis of viral hepatitis and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

1

23

Conclusion lesson






The plan of lectures on therapeutic dentistry for the students of II course

of stomatology faculty (spring term – 15 hours)




Themes

1

Etiology and pathogenesis of dental caries .

2

Clinical stages and differential diagnostics of caries.

3

The treatment and prophylactic measures of caries .

4

The preparing of the cavities in the tooth' hard t tissues . Classification of carious cavities .The principles and stages of cavity ' preparation . Cutting instruments and burs. The principles of using .Optimal regime of the preparation .

5

Filling materials. Classification, composition and indications for the using. The principles of cavity preparation for different filling materials.

6

Endodontia . Introduction endodontia. The stage of preparation of root ' canals. The principles of root canal 'treatment and filling.

7

The lesions of teeth occurring before their eruption. The lesion of teeth occurring after their eruption.



The plan of practical training on therapeutic dentistry for the students

of II course of stomatology faculty (spring term – 45 hours)




Themes

1

Introduction into dentistry. The aim and task of phantom course.

2

Dental cabinet. The rules of ergonomic and security technic .

The equipment of dental cabinet; types of dental drills .Hand pieces . Turbine machines .



3

Dental instruments : their sterilization . The responsibilities of dental nurse .

4

Embryogenesis of teeth, histology of tooth' tissues .

5

Anatomy of teeth .The peculiarities of primary and permanent teeth.

6

The principles and stages of cavity 's preparation .

7

The principles of I class cavity 's preparation .

8

The principles of II class cavity 's preparation .

9

The principles of III class cavity 's preparation .

10

The principles of IV class cavity 's preparation .

11

The principles of V class cavity 's preparation .

12

Filling materials . Classification , composition and indications for the using .

13

Temporary filling materials; principles of the using ;isolating and medical linings.

14

Amalgam and hallodent . The composition , indications for using. The principles of cavity preparation for amalgam .

15

Cements (zinc – phosphate ,silicate ,silicate- phosphate ). The composition , indications for using. The principles of cavity preparation for cements.

16

Cements (glass-ionomer, polycarboxylate, bactericid), their composition. Indications for treatment. The preparation of cavities for the filling

17

Polymer –based filling materials , their composition , indications for usage. The preparation of cavities for the filling .

18

Composites . Their composition , indications for usage. The preparation of cavities for the filling .

19

Endodontia . Topography -anatomic peculiarities of primary and permanent teeth

20

The opening of cavities of teeth (molars, premolars ,canines ,incisors). The trepanation of health (intact) teeth

21

The principles of the treatment of root canals. Impregnation method.

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Endodontic instruments and filling materials (composition.)



The plan of lectures on orthopedic dentistry for

the students of II course of stomatology faculty (spring term – 10 hours)


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Themes

1

Purpose and objectives of prosthodontics dentistry. Principles for orthopedic dental care. Modern dental clinic and dental laboratories and their equipment. Disinfection and sterilization in prosthetic dentistry clinic. Deontological basis

2

Functional anatomy of the masticatory apparatus. Occlusion. Variety of pathological and physiological occlusion. Biomechanics of the masticatory systems (apparatus). Concept of occlusion and articulation. Concept of diagnosis in prosthetic dentistry. Types of diagnosis and prognosis of diseases in prosthetic dentistry. Medical history and principles of reference

3

Examination of patients in prosthetic dentistry clinic. General principles of oral examinations. Special methods of oral examinations, chewing efficiency and methods of its determination

4

Preparation of the patient to a dental prosthetics. General dental preparation to dental prosthetics. Special therapeutic, surgical, orthopedic and orthodontic preparation for dental prosthetics. Prostheses and medical devices and the fundamentals of their application

5

Materials used in prosthetic dentistry and demands placed upon them. Metals. Solders. Plastics. Porcelain mass. Impression materials, auxiliary materials used in dental laboratory. Techniques of impression and prevent possible complications



The plan of practical training on orthopedic dentistry for

the students of II course of stomatology faculty (spring term – 35 hours)


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Themes

1

Purpose and objectives of prosthodontic dentistry. Equipment cabinet on prosthetic dentistry. Workplace orthopedist dentist. Sections dental laboratory. Workplace dental technician

2

Stages in the development of prosthetic dentistry

3

Particular anatomical structure of different groups of teeth and their functional significance

4

Structural features of the dental arches. Concept of transversal and sagittal occlusal curves. Especially sagittal jaw movements

5

Especially the lateral movements of the mandible

6

Anatomical features of the structure of the oral cavity and their importance in oral prosthetics. Articulation and occlusion. Occlusion types and their characteristics. Absolute strength of chewing muscles, chewing pressure chewing efficiency. Structure and function of the temporomandibular joint

7

Skeleton of the masticatory apparatus. Structural features of the maxilla and mandible

8

Factors increase the stability of the dental arches. Asking for muscle movement of the mandible. Division of muscles by their functional purpose. Bite. Physiological features of pathological types of bites

9

Examination of patients in prosthetic dentistry clinic. Examination of the patient before the prosthodontics manipulations . Chewing function and its importance for the activity of the gastrointestinal tract. Diagnosis in prosthetic dentistry

10

Statistical method for studying the effectiveness of chewing and their critical evaluation. Dynamic method for studying the effectiveness of chewing. graphical method for studying movements of the mandible. Face-bow technique. Ethical and deontological aspects of dentistry

11

Recreational activities mouth before prosthesis

12

Impression and their classification. Requirements to the impression materials. Impression trays. Selection of the impression tray

13

Crystallizing, silicone, and alginate impression materials. Composition. Characteristics of the materials

14

Requirements for materials used in the manufacture of fixed dental prostheses. Basic alloys used for the manufacture of fixed dental prostheses (stainless steel, cobalt chromium alloy, titanium nitride). Precious alloys used for fixed prostheses

15

Modern base materials. The basic structure and characteristics of the material. Auxiliary materials used for making dentures



The plan of lectures on operative surgery and topographic anatomy

for the students of II course of stomatology faculty


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Topics

hours

1

Introduction to the topographic anatomy and operative surgery. Brief history of subject. Surgical anatomy of limbs. Collateral blood circulation. Surgical operations and their classification. Vascular, neural and tendons sutures. Surgical operations of wounds of limbs. Surgical operation of purulent–inflammatory processes of limbs. Surgical operation on the bones, joint, muscles, tendons of the limbs. Amputation and exarticulation.

2

2

Cerebral portion of head: landmarks and projections. Internal and external base of skull. Meninges of the brain Scheme of cranio –cerebral topography. Surgical operations of cranio –cerebral wounds. Trepanation of skull: decompression and bony plastics. Facial portion of head. Fasciae of face and tissue spaces. Anastomoses between the facial and intracranial veins. Topography of facial nerve. Lateral part of face. Fascial tissue spaces of lateral part of face. Parapharyngeal and retropharyngeal tissue spaces. Surgical operations of wounds of face. The incisions of abscess and phlegmonas of face. The principles of local anesthesia.

2

3

Anterior portion of face: blood and nerve supply, lymph drainage. The way of distribution of purulent -inflammatory processes. Surgical operations: radical higmoretomy of Coldwell –Lup. Reparative and reconstructive operation of face. Rhino and uranoplastica. The methods of resection of maxilla and mandible.

2

4

Surgical anatomy of neck. Triangles of neck. Fascia and tissue spaces of neck. Lymph circulation of neck. The ways of distribution of purulent processes. Surgical operations. Parasympathetic blockade by A.V.Vishnevski method. Abscesses of neck and oral floor. Tracheotomy and tracheostomy. The incisions on the neck and mouth.

2

5

Surgical anatomy of thoracic walls and thoracic organs. Breast. Diaphragm. Mediastinum. Surgical operations on the breast. Pleural and pericardial puncture. Pneumathorax. Closure of cardiopulmonal wounds.

2

6

Surgical anatomy of antero – lateral wall of abdomen. Abdominal hernia and their classification. Principles of hernioplasty. Surgical operation on the peritoneal organs. Peritoneal puncture. Appendectomy.

2

7

Surgical anatomy of lumbar region and retroperitoneal space. Surgical operations on the retroperitoneal organs. Paranephral blockade.

Surgical anatomy of lesser pelvis and perineum. Principles of surgical operations on the pelvic organs and perineum. Puncture of urinary bladder. Catheterization. The incisions for paraproctitis.



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The plan of practical training on operative surgery and topographic anatomy

for the students of II course of stomatology faculty


N

Topics

Hours

1

Introduction to the topographic anatomy and operative surgery. Brief history of subject. Surgical tools. Suture materials. Types of sutures and knots. Local anesthesia. Stopping of bleeding.

2

2

Topography of upper limb: scapular, subclavian, deltoid, axillary, brachial and elbow regions. Shoulder joint and elbow joint. The way of distribution of purulent processes.

2

3

Topography of upper limb: forearm, radio – carpal joint and hand. The way of distribution of purulent processes.

2

4

Topography of lower limb: gluteal and hip regions, hip joint. The way of distribution of purulent processes.

2

5

Topography of lower limb: knee, leg, talo –crural regions and foot. Knee and talo -crural joint. The way of distribution of purulent processes.

2

6

Surgical operations of purulent processes of limbs. Surgical interventions on the nerves and vessels of the lower limbs

2

7

Surgical operations on the muscles and tendons of limbs. Amputations and disarticulations.

2

8

Topography of cerebral portion of head: regions, vault of skull, the layers of the fronto –parieto –occipital and temporal regions, tissue spaces and neurovascular elements. The incisions on the head.

2

9

Topography of external and internal base of skull. Topography of the brain and meninges. Venous sinuses of brain and their anastomoses with the extracranial venous network.

2

10

Culci and gyri of cerebral hemispheres. Pecularities of the blood supply of brain. Cranio –cerebral topography (scheme of Kronlain -Bryusova). Trepanation of skull.

2

11

Topography of facial portion of face: paraauricular, masseteric and zygomatic regions of face. Temporo – mandibular joint. Blood supply of face.

2

12

Topography of deep lateral part of face: tissue spaces, vessels, nerves, venous plexuses and lymph nodes. Parapharyngeal and retropharyngeal tissue spaces and their purulent processes, surgical operations

2

13

Topography of the anterior part of face. Orbitae, supraorbital and buccal regions.

2

14

Internal and external nose, paranasal sinuses.

2

15

Oral and labial regions, oral cavity, tongue and teeth. Blood and nerve supply of tongue and teeth. Principles and technique of block anesthesia.

2

16

Topography of neck: boundaries, triangles, layers, fasciae and tissue spaces. Topography of suprahyoid region. Submandibular, mental and carotid triangles. Sternocleidomastoid region, neurovascular bundles of neck.

2

17

Topography of infrahyoid region: omo–tracheal triangle. Topography of neck organs. Blood and nerve supply. Venous and lymph drainage of neck.

2

18

Topography of lateral and scalenio – vertebral triangle of neck. Lateral neurovascular bundles of neck. Topography of cervical part of thoracic lymph duct.

2

19

Principles of surgical operations on the neck. Surgical operation on the neck organs.

2

20

Trachetomy and tracheostomy. Vago –sympathetic blockade by A.V. Vishnevski method.

2

21

Topography of thoracic walls, breast, diaphragm, lungs, pleura and mediastinum.

2

22

Principles of surgical operations on the thoracic wall and thoracic organs.

2

23

Surgical operations on the thoracic organs.

2

24

Topography of abdomen: topography of antero –lateral wall of abdomen. Surgical operations of the ventral abdominal hernia.

2

25

Topography of peritoneal organs.

2

26

Laparotomy, types.Principles of surgical operations on the peritoneal organs. Appendectomy

2

27

Topography of lumbar region and retroperitoneal tissue space.

2

28

Surgical operations on the retroperitoneal organs.

2

29

Topography of lesser pelvis and perineum.

2

30

Surgical operations on the pelvic organs and perineum.

2

31

Final

1



The plan of lectures on “General hygiene” for the students

of II course of stomatology faculty


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Themes

Hours

1

Hygiene as a discipline, it’s contents, aim and tasks. The place of hygiene as a prophylactic science among of medical disciplines and role in the protection of population health. The unity of organism and environment as a basis of prophylactic medicine. The importance of hygiene knowledges for dentists. The hystory of hygiene and ecological thinking.The influence of this science on health formation of the population in different periods.The modern problems ofhygiene.The main methods of researches and their importance for the studing of the influence of environmental factors on human body. Sanitary organizations, their duty and law

2

2

Water as a biosphere factor, it’s influence on the body and population health. The role of water in the spread of endemic and infection diseases. The physical, organoleptic, chemical and biologycal parameters of the quality of drinking water and the importance of their hygienic standarding. The role of microelement contents of water in the spread of teeth endemic diseases

2

3

The hygienic estimation of the sources and systems of water supply, their influence on water quality. The hygienic properties of sources of water supply in Azerbayjan. The importance of the methods used for improvment of water quality in centralized and decentralized water supply for the health protection. The role of fluorination and defluorination in the prophylaxis of fluorosis and caries.The sanitary protection of sources and systems of water supply.

2

4

Atmospheric air as a one of elements of biosphere, the influence it’s physical, chemical and biologycal risk factors on human body. The hygienic estimation and standards of air temperature, humidity, motion and pressure. The hygienic estimation of electromagnetic waves, radioactivity and electrical field in air

2

5

The influence of natural air chemical structure on population health. Toxic gases and dust in the atmospheric air and the air of cllosed premises. Their influence on the body and population health. The main sources of air pollution and their hygienic estimation. The influence of air pollution by microorganisms on population health. The main principles of atmospheric air protection from pollution

2

6

Solar radiation, it’s influence on human body and hygienic importance. The role of ultraviolet radiation in the prevention of dental caries and rickets.Harmful influence of solar radiation and their prophylaxis. The weather, climate and microclimate, their influence on body.The main climatic zones of Azerbaijan. Meteotrop and seasonal diseases, their prophylaxis. Acclimatization and the role of hygienic measures in this way

2

7

Soil as an environmental object,it’s role in the spread of diseases. The hygienic estimation of soil in Azerbayjan. The chemical contents of soil and it’s unity with endemic tooth diseases. The influence of soil pollution on population health and sanitary state of living and work condition.The systems of sanitary clearing.The hygienic aspects of urbanization. The hygienic estimation of the influence of living conditions on organism

2

8

The hygienic estimation of planning, equipment and sanitary rejime of medical-prophylactic institutions.The hygienic estimation of hospital building systems.The hygienic properties and requirements to the planning and building of stomatological institutions

2

9

The subject, contents and aim of work hygiene, objects and methods of investigation. Physiological-hygienic basis of the work. The physiological changes in organism on physical exertion. Fatigue and overstrain, the measures of prevention. Industrial poisons and occupational diseases. The influence of professional factors on worker’s health. The classification of occupational diseases.Forced position of body and the diseases caused with strain of separate organs and systems, the measures of it’s prophylaxis

2

10

Unfavorable physical, chemical and biological factors of industrial environment, prevention of occupational diseases caused by these factors. The influence of industrial poisons on organism, professional poisonings. Industrial dust. Pneumoconiosis. Oral cavity and teeth diseases caused by dust and measures of their prophylaxis. Hygienic characteristics of work of medical workers

2

11

Health protection of the rising generation – the main task of hygiene of children and teenagers. Anatomy and physiological properties of children and teenagers development. Hygienic and physiological basis of work and rest regimes of schoolchildren. Hygiene of children institutions. The dentist’s tasks to prevent of oral cavity and teeth diseases

2

12

Hygienic and physiological basis of nutrition. The conception of balanced nutrition, it’s importance for health and physical development of person. The physiological norms of feeding. The conception of prophylactic and dietary nutrition. Connected with malnutrition alimentary and endemic diseases, their prophylaxis. Hygienic characteristic of foodstuffs of vegetable and animal origin

2

13

The importance of protein, fat and carbohydrates, mineral and vitamins in nutrition, oral cavity and teeth diseases connected with lack of nutrients. The tinned products, their importance. Hygienic characteristics of food preserving methods. Food poisonings, classification and measures of prevention

2

14

Contents and tasks of radiation hygiene. Radio-activity and ionizing radiation. The sources of ionizing radiation, their biological influence and measures of prevention. The conception of natural and artificial radiation background. Radio-activity pollution of environment and radiometer and dosimeter control of people radiation. The measures of prevention from radio-activity pollution and ionizing radiation

2

15

The basis of organization of sanitary-hygienic measures in National Army. Hygienic properties of permanent and martial placed of army. Organization and sanitary-hygienic control to the feeding and water supply in martial places. The importance of sanitary protection and disinfection of water and foodstuffs in conditions of using mass destroy weapon. The hygiene of military work. Prophylactic measures of occupational diseases and poisonings among of serving soldiers

2



The plan of practical training on “General hygiene” for the students

of II course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Hygiene as a prophylactic science, it’s role in the health protection of the population.The methods of examination used in hygiene, their meaning in the estimation of the influence of environmental factors on population health

2

2

The hygienic meaning and methods of determination of physical-organoleptic properties of water

2

3

The hygienic meaning and influence of mineral substances – calsium, fluorine, iron, sulfaties on water quality and human body, the population health. The methods of definition of sulfaties, iron and water hardness

2

4

The danger of water pollution for the human body and population health.The methods of hygienic estimation of chemical and bacteriological parameters of water pollution – oxidation degree,ammonium, nitrogen combinations, microb number, coli-titr, coli-index

2

5

The methods of clearing and disinfection of drinking water and their meaning for the person health. The influence of water coaqulation and chlorination by normal doses on water quality. The determination of water coaqulation and chlorine demand. Seminar class on water hygiene.

2

6

The influence of microclimate parameters on human body and population health, the methods of their sanitary-hygienic estimation. The role of air temperature and humidity in thermoregulation and their hygienic estimation

2

7

The influence of barometric pressure and movement of air on human body, hygienic meaning and the methods of determination. Physiologycal-hygienic estimation of the complex influence of the meteorological factors on the human body

2

8

Solar radiation, it’s importance and influence on the human body.The role of ultraviolet radiation in the prophylactic of teeth diseases and the methods of determination of solar radiation intensity

2

9

The meaning of chemical structure of atmospheric air for the human body. The methods of definition in the atmospheric air of harmful gases (CO2), dust and microorganisms, their hygienic-epidemiologycal meaning and influence on the human body

4

10

The role of ventilation and air motion in the improvement of the sanitary condition at the premises, workplaces and the methods of their determination

2

11

The influence of soil on environment and human body, it’s hygienic and epidemiology importance.The methods of determination of physical parameters of soil

2

12

The hygienic expertise of medical-prophylactic institutions plan.The hygienic estimation of plan documents ( the main, situation and internal plan)

2

13

The hygienic estimation and requirements to the planning and quipment of stomatological polyclinic

2

14

The importance of methods of definition of physiological changes in the organism on physical exertion for the health protection (the estimation of condition of muscle, CNS, cardio-vascular and respiratory systems)

2

15

Industrial noise and vibration as the harmful professional factor. The influence of this factors on organism and health, the measures of prevention

2

16

Registration, account and investigation of occupational diseases and poisonings, the measures of prevention. The principles of organization and meaning of preventive medical surveys for the health protection of workers and employers, the measures of prophylaxis of occupational diseases

2

17

Daily energy requirement as a basis of balanced nutrition,the methods of definition.The calculation of soldier and student’s daily energy requirement

2

18

Work out and calculate the chemical and calorie contents of daily ration of serving soldiers

2

19

The calculation of chemical and calorie contents of daily ration of Medical University’s student.The hygienic estimation of quantity of Ca and P in daily ration

2

20

The hygienic estimation of quality of foodstuff. Sanitary examination of milk and flour

4

21

The hygienic estimation and sanitary examination of quality of meat and tinned products. The estimation of vitamin “C” requirement for the organism and health. The methods of definition of vitamin “C” in food-stuff

4

22

Medical inspection to the quality of nutrition at the medical enterprises.The hygienic requirements to the organization and contents of food enterprises

2

23

The investigation and preventive measures of food poisonings

2

24

The methods of definition and estimation of physical development of children and teenagers

2

25

The meaning and methods of definition of radio-activity of water and foodstuff. The methods of dozimeter control and account of defence from ionizing radiation

2

26

Cleaning and disinfection of water in martial places, disinfection using superdoses of chlorine

2

27

Special methods of improvement of water quality in martial places. Special equipments to clear and disinfect of water. Total class

2



The plan of on “English language” for the students

of II course of stomatology faculty




Leksik mövzu və qrammatika

Saat

1

Lesson 12. “At the Chemist’s” p. 165. The Passive Voice

2

2

“Prescriptions and Drugs”. The Indefinite Passive Voice

2

3

“Abu Ali Ibn Sina” p. 71. “Prince of Physicians”. The Infinitive and its Functions

2

4

Text A. “Liver” p. 172. The Participle I and its Functions

2

5

Translation of the Medical Text “Sleep” p. 204. “The Nervous System”/“The Brain and Nerves”

2

6

Lesson 14. Text A. “Spleen” p. 179. The Participle II and its Functions

2

7

“The Importance of Hereditary Factors in the Development of Cancer” p. 185. “Treatment of Tumours”/“Symptoms and Signs of Malignancy”. The Gerund

2

8

Lesson 15. Text A. “Digestion in the Mouth” p. 187. “The Digestive System and the Process of Digestion and Absorption”

2

9

Text C. “Diseases of the Teeth” p. 188

2

10

Text B. “The Influenza” p. 188. “Source and Spread of Infection”

2

11

Lesson 16. Text A. “The Heart” p. 192. The Perfect Passive Forms

2

12

Text B. “The Work of the Human Heart” p. 194. The Present Perfect Passive

2

13

Translation of the Medical Text “Circulation of the Blood” p. 194. The Past Perfect Passive

2

14

Lesson 17. Text A. “Vitamins” p. 199

2

15

Revision

2

16

Text A. “Foods” p. 205. “Nutrients”. Sequence of Tenses

2

17

Translation of the Special Medical Text I

2

18

Text A. “Kidneys” p. 212. “Stones in the Kidneys”/“The Urinary System”. Revision (General and Special Questions)

2

19

Text A. “The Lungs” p. 215. “Respiration”. Revision (Disjunctive and Alternative Questions)

2

20

“Pulmonary Tuberculosis” p. 217

2

21

“Lobular Pneumonia” p. 218

2

22

Danışıq mətni “R.Koch” p. 75

2

23

Danışıq mətni “A.Fleming” p. 76

2

24

Translation of the Special Medical Text II

2

25

“Systems of Body” p. 227

2

26

Danışıq mətni “I.P.Pavlov” p. 77

2

27

“Blood” p. 235. “Leucocytes and Lymphocytes”/“Blood Coagulation”

2

28

Danışıq mətni “I.M.Sechenov” p. 78

2

29

Translation of the Special Medical Text III

2

30

Revision

2



Program of lectures of Pathophysiology for students

of stomatological faculty (spring term)




Subject

Hours

1

The Subject of Pathophysiology Evolution of Pathophysiology. General Nosology. Etiology and pathogenesis.

2

2

Role of the External and Internal factors in Pathology. Role of the Reactivity in Pathology.

2

3

Immune System Pathology. Allergy.

2

4

Cell Injury. Pathology of Microcirculation. Local Circulatory Disorders.

2

5

Inflammation. Fever.

2

6

Pathology of metabolism.

2

7

Pathology of tissue growth. Extreme states.

2


Program of practical lessons of Pathophysiology for students

of stomatological faculty (spring term)





Subject

Hours

1

Significance of Role of Experimental Method in Pathophysiology Researches. General Etiology and Pathogenesis. Influence of high and low temperature on organism.

2

2

Pathology of Heredity. Determination of sex chromatine.

2

3

Role of the Reactivity in Pathology. Influence of dizenterine vaccine on reactivity.

2

4

Immune System Pathology. Experimental models of allergy. I quiz

2

5

Cell Injury

2

6

Local Circulatory Disorders. Arterial and Venous Hyperemia. Ischemia, Stasis, Infarct. Thrombosis and Embolism.

2

7

Inflammation. Cohnheim’s and Danilevsky’s Experiment. Phagocytosis.

2

8

Fever. Influence of the Protein Fever on Leucocytes. II quiz

2

9

Pathology of metabolism. Carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism disturbances

2

10

Pathology of metabolism. Water-salt and acid-alkalain metabolism disturbances

2

11

Pathology of the Tissue Growth. Tumors.

2

12

Hypoxia. Extreme states. III quiz

2



The plan of lectures on private pathological anatomy for

the students of stomatology faculty

II course (spring term)



Themes

Hours

1.

Definition of disease. Etiology and pathogenesis. Nomenclature and classification of diseases.

Diseases of hemapoietic system.

Diseases of cardiovascular system. Atherosclerosis.Hypertension.

Ischemic heart disease. Cerebrovascular diseases.


2


2.

Rheumatic diseases.

2

3.

Lung diseases.

Diseases of gastro-intestinal tract.



2

4.

Liver diseases.

Kidney diseases.



2

5.

Infectious diseases. Viral infections. Bacterial infections.

Tuberculosis. Sepsis.

Odontogenic sepsis.


2

6.

Caries. Non-cystic changes of tooth. Pulpitis. Periodontitis.

2

7.

Diseases of gum and parodont (gingivitis, parodontitis, parodontosis). Diseases of salivary glands. Diseases of jaw (periostitis, osteomyelitis).

2



The plan of practical training on private pathological anatomy for

the students of stomatology faculty

II course (spring term)



Themes

Hours

1.

Cardiovascular diseases (endocarditis, miocarditis, pericarditis).

Atherosclerosis. Hypertensive disease.



4

2.

Ischemic heart disease. Cerebro-vascular diseases.

4

3.

Rheumatic diseases.

4

4.

Colloquium.

4

Lung diseases.

5.

Diseases of gastro-intestinal tract.

Liver diseases.



4

6.

Kidney diseases.

4

7.

İnfeksion xəstəliklər haqqında ümumi məlumat. Virus infeksiyaları (Qrip. Qızılca. Poliomielit. İİV-infeksiya). Rikketsiozlar (Səpkili yatalaq).

4

Colloquium.

8.

Infectious diseases. General information. Viral infections (Influenza. Measles. Poliomyelitis. HIV-infection). Ricketsiosis (Epidemic typhus).

4

9.

Bacterial droplet and bacterial intestinal infections (Diphtheria. Scarlatina. Meningococcal infections. Typhoid fever. Cholera. Dysentery).

Tuberculosis. Sepsis.



4

10.

Dental diseases (Caries. Pulpitis. Periodontitis).

Diseases of gum and paradont (Gingivitis. Paradontitis. Paradontosis. Parodontomas).



Inflammatory diseases of oral mucosa (Stomatitis. Cheilitis. Glossitis).

4

11.

Diseases of the jaw bones (Periostitis. Osteomyelitis). Salivary gland diseases (Sialodenitis. Sialolithiasis).

4

12.

Colloquium.

2



The plan of lectures on “Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation

for the students of II course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Content of Sports Medicine. The history of organization and development of Sports Medicine in Azerbaijan Republic. The structure of Sports Medicine service in Azerbaijan Republic

2

2

The definition of the health. The role of medicals in formatting of the healthy lifestyle.

2

3

The definition of the hypokinezia.. Results of experimental hypokinezia. The definition of the kinezophylia.

2

4

Positive and negative results of the influence of physical exercises on the organism.

2

5

Content of the rehabilitation, its aspects and principles. Organization of Physical Rehabilitation

2


The plan of practical training on “Sports Medicine and Physical Rehabilitation

for the students of II course of stomatology faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Content of Sports Medicine. The organization of medical control on athletes and persons engaged into fitness programs. Forms of working in Sports Medicine

4

2

Investigation and evaluation of physical development

4

3

Functional tests for respiratory system. Functional tests for. the cardiovascular system Evaluation of functional condition of the cardiovascular system

2



4

Evaluation of functional condition of the organism. Completing of medical conclusion, dividing into medical qroups. Performing primary medical observation by students with fullfilling the medical form 061/U

2


5

Content of Physical Rehabilitation, the aim and objectives of the discipline.

4

6

Means, forms and methods of Physical Rehabilitation, using in stomatology.

4


The plan of lectures on general pathological anatomy for

the students of stomatology faculty

III course (autumn term)



Themes

Hours

1.

Pathological anatomy ,its content, tasks, objects and investigation methods. Short historical information. Pathological anatomy service, its role and importance in health system.

Tissue and cell injury (alterations). Morphologic signs.

Degenerations. General information. Parenchimatous degenerations.


2

2.

Stromal-vascular (mesenchymal) degenerations.

Mixed degenerations.

Stone formation. Dental deposits and dental calculus. Stone disease of salivary glands (salivolithiasis).


2

3.

Cell death, necrosis and apoptosis. Clinical-morphological characteristics.

Death. Classification. Types. Early and later death signs.

Disturbances of blood and lymph circulation.


2

4.

Inflammation. General information. Classification principles.

Exudative inflammation. Proliferative inflammation. Specific inflammation



2

5.

Pathology of immune system. Hypersensitivy reactions.

Autoimmune processes. HIV-infection (AIDS).

Compensatory-adaptative processes.

Regeneration. Repair of tooth socket after dental extraction.



2

6.

Tumors. General information. Classification principles. Benign and malignant tumours.Cancer. Sarcoma.

2

7.

Cysts of the Jaws. Tumourlike lesions of the Jaws (fibrous dysplasia, cherubism, eosinophilic granuloma).

Odontogenic tumours and non-odontogenic tumours of jaw. Parodontomas.

Tumors and tumourlike lesions of oral cavity organs and mucosa. Tumors and tumourlike lesions of salivary glands.


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