MC/0308 - GENERAL SURGERY II - SECOND PART
Academic Year 2019/2020
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PIETRO GIORGIO CALO' (Tit.)
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Through the theoretical and practical teaching of surgical casuistry, train the student with the ability to interpret symptoms and signs, functional and structural alterations so as to reach a global assessment of the various pathological states of surgical interest from the preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative point of view, In a unitary vision of the patient using the knowledge gained in the study of systemic and specialist pathology
The course is two years: the fifth semester of the fifth year, the sixth semester of the year with frontal lessons and theoretical-practical didactic activity (workshops and lanes). The second half of the 6th year is entirely devoted to practical activities in the lane. Optional courses with seminars, monograph courses and essentially internships in the department (variables from 15 days to 1 year) are also provided.
The students, divided into two channels depending on the number (even and odd), are followed by the same General Surgery professor at the 5th and 6th year: therefore every teacher will take the course one year at V and one year at VI.
ESOFAGO: Caustic injury, Functional motor pathology, Acalasia, Diverticles, Reflux disease, Neoplasms. DIAPHAM: Ernie. STOMACH: Benign Pathology, Peptic Ulcer (Surgical Indications), Pre-cancerous, Neoplasms, Surgery Sequels. DERMANT SUPER TRACT: Hemorrhage. FEGATO: Surgical Anatomy and Respiratory Surgery, Abscesses - Cysts - Idatidosis, Benign Neoplasms, Primitive and Secondary Malignants, portal hypertension, transplantation. BILIARY VIEWS: Calcifications of the gall bladder - acute and chronic cholecystitis, calculus of bile ducts, neoplasms. PANCREAS: Acute Pancreatitis, Chronic Pancreatitis, Exocrine Neoplasms. SUMMARY: Benign Pathology, Neoplasms. COLLIN-RETRO TABLE: Polyps syndromes, M. Crohn. COLON-RETA: Ulcerative colitis, appendicitis, diverticular disease, vomiting, constipation, incontinence, benign tumors, malignant neoplasms, prolapse. ANO: Neoplasms, Hemorrhoids, Ragys, Suppurative Pathology, Sexually Transmitted Pathology. DANGEROUS INF INJ: Hemorrhage, Intestinal occlusion. ADDOMINAL WALL: Ernie. ADDOME: Acute abdomen. MILOSE: Surgery indications. Thyroid: Benign Pathology (Surgical Indications), Neoplasms. PARATIROIDS: Hyper- and hypofunctional syndromes. Mammal: Benign Pathology, Neoplasms. PANCREAS: Endocrine Tumors. SURRENE: Neoplasia. POLYENDOCRINE SYNDROMES. OBESITY: Indications to surgery. VENE: varices, venous thrombosis and thromboembolic disease. ARTERIE: Acute and Chronic Obstructive Pathology, Aneurysms. POLYMONE: Neoplasms. IDRO-ELECTROLYTIC EQUILIBRATION PATHOLOGY. BASIC SURGICAL TECHNIQUES AND TECHNOLOGIES. SURGICAL-PATIENT REPORT (informed consent, responsibility of the surgeon, specialist, family doctor, etc.).
Definition of emergency, urgency, election, (legal notes) concept of "outcome" in medicine.
Clinical pictures of acute abdomen: occlusion, peritonitis, diagnosis and therapy
Open, closed injuries of the liver and spleen
Open, closed, traumas; thoracentesis
Frontal lessons and theoretical-practical didactic activities (laboratories and lanes)