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The plan of practical training on general pathological anatomy for

the students of stomatology faculty

III course (autumn term)



Themes


Hours

1.

Pathological anatomy, its content, tasks, objects and detection methods. Autopsy. Cellular pathologies.

Dystrophy (degeneration). General information. Parenchimatous dystrophies.


4


2.

Stromal-vascular (mesenchymal) degenerations.

Mixed degenerations.



4

3.

Cell death (necrosis, apoptosis). Death. Early and later death signs.

4

4.

Colloquium.

4

Blood and lymph circulatory disturbances.

5.

Inflammation. General information. Exudative inflammations. Proliferative inflammations. Specific inflammations.

4

6.

Immunpathological processes. Thymus pathologies. Hipersensitivity reactions. Autoimmune processes. Immune-deficiency syndromes.

4

7.

Compensatory-adaptive processes.

4

8.

Colloquium.

4

Tumors. General information.

9.

Epithelial tumors.

Cancer of different organs (Lung cancer. Stomach cancer).

Mesenchymal tumors. Nerve system tumors. Tumors of melanocytes.

4


10.

Diseases of hemapoietic system (Tumors of hemapoietic system. Anemias).

4

11.

Odontogenic tumors. Cysts and tumor-like lesions of the maxillofacial region.

Tumors and tumor-like lesions of the oral mucosa, the mouth organs and the salivary glands.



4

12.

Colloquium.

2



The plan of lectures of Pathophysiology the students

of III course ofstomatology faculty (autumn term)



The theme of lectures

Hours

1.

Pathology of blood system

2

2.

Pathology of cardiovascular system

2

3.

Pathology of respiratory system

2

4.

Pathology of digestion and liver

2

5.

Pathology of kidney

2

6.

Pathology of endocrine system

2

7.

Pathology of nerves system

2


The plan of practical training of Pathophysiology the students

of III course ofstomatology faculty (autumn term)





Theme of practical study


Parts of practical study


Hours

1.


Typical disturbances of blood system.

1. Changes of volume of circulated blood.

2. Erythrocytosis, anemia, classification.

3.leukocytosis, leukopenia, types, causes, mechanisms.

4. Stomatological signs during anemias.

5. Determination of catalase activity and erythrocyte number during anemia.

4

2.


Pathological physiology of blood system.


1. Leukomoid reactions.

2.Leucosis, etiology, pathogenesis, types, classification, causes, mechanisms.

3. Pathology of blood coagulatory, anticoagulatory and fibrinolytic system.

4. Stomatological signs during pathology of leucocytes.

5. Stomatological signs during typical disturbances of hemostases.

6. Reproduction of leukocytosis and leucopenia in experiment.



4

3.


Pathological physiology of cardiovascular system.

1. Types and causes of cardiovascular insufficiency .

2. Changes of hemo -dynamic indexes and main manifestation of cardiovascular insufficiency.

3. Etiology and pathogenesis of ischemic disease of heart

4. Non- coronary forms of myocardial infarction.

5.Reproduction of angina pectoris and myocardial infarction in experiment.

4


4.


Pathological physiology of cardiovascular system.

1. Arrhythmia.

2.Causes, mechanisms of arrhythmias.

3. Vascular insufficiency, types, causes. Arterial hyper- and hypotension.

4. Reproduction of heart blockade.


4




Quiz

The final seminar that includes previously studied themes: «Typical disturbances of blood system», « Typical disturbances of cardiovascular system».




5.


Pathological physiology of respiratory system.

1. Causes, types of respiratory insufficiency

2.Disturbance of alveolar ventilation and diffusion

3. Disturbance of internal respiration.

4. Reproduction of periodical breathing.

5. Reproduction of reflex disturbances of external respiration.


4

6.


Pathological physiology of digestive system.

1. Causes of disturbances of digestion

2.Disturbances of appetite and oral cavity.

3. Disturbances of digestion in stomach. Theories of ulcer disease

4. Interrelation between digestive diseases and pathology of oral cavity.

5. . Disturbances of digestion in intestines.

6.Intestinal obstructions (ileus), types, causes, outcomes.

7. Reproduction of gastric and duodenal ulcer in experiment .

4

7.

Pathological physiology of liver.



1.Etiology and pathogenesis of liver insufficiency

2. Methods of investigation of hepatic functions.

3. Portal hypertension.

4. Types and causes of jaundice.

5. Cholelytiasis.

6. Toxic influence of the bile on organism.

7.Determination of free and conjugated bilirubin


4

8.


Pathological physiology of kidney.

1. Causes, types of renal insufficiency.

2. Investigation of functional state of kidney.

3. Uremia. Hemodialysis.

4. Urolytiasis.

5.Experimental modeling of nephritis and nephrosis.

6. Microscopic investigation of urine.


4





Quiz

The final seminar that includes previously studied themes: “Pathological physiology of respiratory system” , “Typical disturbances of digestive system », «Typical disturbances of liver», « Typical disturbances of renal system»



9.


Pathological physiology of endocrine system.

1. Etiopathogenesis of disturbances of endocrine system.

2. Pathology of pituitary gland, types, mechanisms.

3. Pathology of adrenal gland, types, mechanisms.

4. Reaction of hypophysis -adrenal system on the damaging influence of electrical current



4


10.


Pathological physiology of endocrine system.

1.Pathology of thyroid gland

2. Pathology of parathyroid glands

3. Pathology of sex glands

4.Determination of the Ca- level in blood after parathyroid removing



4

11.


Pathological physiology of nerves system.

1.Disturbance of nerves system, causes, types.

2. Pathology of nerve cells.

3.Pathology of labiality, parabiosis, denervation and deafferentation syndroms.

4. Motor, sensor and trophic dysfunctions of nerves system.

5. Pathology of vegetative nerves system.

6. .Disturbance of higher nervous system. Neuroses.

7. Pathophysiology of pain in face: trigeminal, themporomandibular, myofassial pains.

8. . Reproduction of neurosis in experiment.

9. Reproduction of camphora epilepsy.


4





Quiz

The final seminar that includes previously studied themes: «Typical disturbances of endocrine system»,«Typical disturbances of nerves system».


12.

Final




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The plan of lectures on “Pharmacology for the students

of III course of stomatology faculty (autumn term)


N

Themes

Hours

1.

Introduction. History of development. Concept about General pharmacology. Pharmacology of drugs affecting Afferent innervation.

2

2.

Pharmacology of drugs affecting Efferent innervation: Cholinergic and Adrenergic system.

2

3.

Pharmacology of drugs affecting CNS: Neurotrop and Psychotrop drugs.

2

4.

Pharmacology of drugs affecting Respiratory and Cardiovascular system.

2

5.

Pharmacology of drugs affecting Blood system.

2

6.

Pharmacology of drugs affecting Metabolism.

2

7.

Pharmacology of Antiseptics, Disinfectants, Antibiotics, Sulfonami-des and Antimicrob drugs from different chemical groups, Antiviral, Antifungal drugs

2



The plan of practical training on “Pharmacology for the students

of III course of stomatology faculty (autumn term)


N

Themes

Hours

1.

Pharmacology as Subject, aim and tasks. Introduction to General Prescription. Structure of Prescription, rules of writing out of Prescription. Drug form conception. Hard drug forms. Soft drug forms.

2

2.

Information about Liquid and different drug forms. Visual demonstration and rules of writing out of Liquid and different drug forms.

2

3.

Final lesson: General Prescription

2

4.

General Pharmacology. Drugs Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics.

2

5.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Afferent System (Experimental work). General anestetics, pharmacological properties and effects.

2

6.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Afferent System. Astringents, Adsorbents. Irritating drugs.

2

7.

Information about Efferent System. Bases pharmacological properties of Drugs affecting the Cholinergic Innervation. (Experimental work).

2

8.

Adrenergic System conception. Bases pharmacological properties of Drugs affecting the Adrenergic System.

2

9.

Bases pharmacological properties of Drugs affecting the Central Nervous System. Pharmacology of General anesthetics. Pharmacology of Ethanol and Hypnotic Drugs. General and particular principles of Alcoholism pharmacotherapy. (Experimental work)

2

10.

Analgesic Drugs. Pharmacological properties and clinical application of Opioid and Nonopioid Analgesic. Opioid Analgesic Acute and Chronic Poisoning. General and particular principles of Narcomania pharmacotherapy. Pharmacology of Antiepileptic and Antiparkinsonic Drugs.

2

11.

Obtainment and Clinical application of Psychotropic Drugs. Pharmacology of Antipsychotic Drugs (Experimental work). Pharmacology of Antidepressant, Anxiolytic, Sedative Drugs and Lithium Salts (Experimental work).

2

12.

Pharmacology of CNS Stimulant Drugs (Psychomotor Stimulants, Analeptics) Drugs affecting the GABA – Nootrop Drugs. General information about Psychodisleptics. (Experimental work).

2

13.

Final lesson: Drugs affecting afferent and efferent innervations. Drugs affecting the CNS

2

14.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Respiratory System.

2

15.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Cardiovascular System: cardiotonics. Antiarrhythmic Drugs .Pharmacology of Drugs affecting coronary flow. Hypo- and Hypertensive Drugs. Diuretics

2

16.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Gastrointestinal Tract.

2

17.

Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the Haemopoietic System. Pharmacology of Drugs affecting the physiological mechanism of Coagulation.

2

18.

Pharmacology of Hormones. Anabolic steroids. Pharmacology of Vitamins. Pharmacology of enzymes, aminoacides and parenteral nutrition.

2

19.

Pharmacology of Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs. Pharmacology of Antiallergic Drugs. Immunostimulant Drugs.

2

20.

Pharmacology of Antiseptic Drugs, disinfectants

2

21.

Pharmacology of antibiotics.

2

22.

Pharmacology of Sulfonamides and difference chemical groups of Synthetic Antimicrobials. Pharmacology of Antituberculosis, Antivirual, Antigelmentosis and Antifungal Drugs.

2

23.

Final lesson: Drugs affecting major organ systems, metabolic processes. Antimicrobial, Antiviral, Antifungal and Anthelmintic Drugs.

2



The plan of practical training on therapeutic and pediatric propaedeutics for

the students of stomatology faculty for autumn term (III course)


N

Themes

Hours

1

The purpose and objectives of internal diseases Medical deontology. Propedeutics basic principles of the subject. Classical examination methods: subjective and objective methods, and their diagnostic significance

2

2

Semiotics of the respiratory system. Diagnostic criteria of the classical methods of examination

2

3

Semiotics of the cardiovascular system. Diagnostic criteria of the classical methods of examination

2

4

Semiotics of the digestive system. Diagnostic criteria of the classical methods of examination

2

5

Semiotics of kidney and urinary system diseases. Diagnostic criteria of the classical methods of examination

2
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