MC/0320 - GENERAL SURGERY II
Academic Year 2018/2019
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ADOLFO PISANU (Tit.)
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Through the theoretical and practical teaching of surgery, 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 illness 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 student must have undergone the Examinations of Methodology and General Surgery I
The course is during 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 ward. 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.
GENERAL SURGERY II COURSE PROGRAM by PROF. Adolfo PISANU
1. HERNIAS: generality, inguinal hernia, femoral and incisional hernia
2. ESOFAGUS: diverticulitis, gastro-esophageal reflux, acalasia, carcinoma
3. STOMACH: Peptic ulcer and complications, gastric carcinoma
4. DIVERTICULAR COLONIC DISEASE
5. MESENTERIC INSUFFICIENCY
6. COLORECTAL CANCER AND POLYPS
7. ANORECTAL PATHOLOGY: fissures, perianal fistulas and abscess, hemorrhoids
8. ANAL CANCER
9. ACUTE APPENDICITIS
10. INTESTINAL OCCLUSION
11. GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING
12. ACUTE ABDOMEN
13. ACUTE DIFFUSE PERITONITIS
14. BILE STONES
15. BILIARY CARCIMOMAS
16. BENIGN LIVER TUMORS: abscesses and pseudo-abscesses, idatidosis
17. MALIGNANT LIVER NEOPLASMS: benign, primitive and secondary malignant tumors
18. BENIGN PATHOLGY OF THE PANCREAS: pancreatitis, cysts and pseudocysts
19. PANCREAS CARCINOMA AND PANCREATIC NEOPLASMS
20. BREST CANCER AND PATHOLOGY
21. SARCOMAS OF SOFT TISSUES
22. ADDOMINAL TRAUMA, CHEST AND HEAD TRAUMA
23. PATHOLOGY OF THE THYROID AND PARATHYROID OF SURGICAL INTEREST: goiter, thyroid cancer, hyperparathyroidism
24. ADRENAL PATHOLOGY OF SURGICAL INTEREST: adrenal insufficiency, adrenal hyperfunction, tumors
25. SPLEEN PATHOLOGY
26. CLINICAL CASES AND FILL IN THE CLINICAL CHARTS
Starting from the academic year 2018-2019, the following emergency surgery program is added:
1. The wounds
2. Acute peritonitis
3. Bowel occlusion
4. Digestive bleeding
5. Acute pancreatitis, complications of peptic ulcer
6. Traumas of the abdomen
7. Traumas of the thorax, pneumothorax
8. Emergencies from ruptured aneurysm, thrombosis, embolism
Frontal lessons and practical theoretical didactics (labs and wards)
Verification of learning
Written quiz test to complete the exam for the first part (if you have completed at least 100 hours of training); Fill clinical charts d and oral exam at the end of the course for the second part.
Diongi: Surgery: Theoretical bases and general surgery, IV ed., Masson Ed.
Colombo: Textbook for Surgery, Minerva Medica Ed.
Sabiston: Textbook of Surgery, Dolphin Ed.
Stipa: Manual of Surgery, Monduzzi Ed.
Norton et al., Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence, Springer
Scuderi, Rubino: Plastic Surgery, Piccin Ed.
Interactive teaching venue:
Cagliari University Hospital:
Presidio Policlinico di Monserrato
Ospedale San Giovanni di Dio