Lecture 1. Preneoplastic and pre-invasive lesions: A way to understand the development of tumours
Lecture 2. Inflammatory disorders of the skin
Lecture 3. Non-melanocytic tumours of the skin
Lecture 4. Melanocytic tumours of the skin
Lecture 5. Head and neck pathology
Lecture 6. Breast pathology - part 1
Lecture 7. Breast pathology - Part 2
Lecture 8. Breast pathology - Part 3
Lecture 9. Novelties on specific types of neuroendocrine tumours
Lecture 10. Pathology of the female genital tract: the cervix
Lecture 11. Pathology of the female genital tract: uterus
Lecture 12. Pathology of the female genital tract: the ovary
Lecture 13. Neoplastic diseases of the kidney and urinary bladder
Lecture 14. Pathology of the prostate
Lecture 15. Pathology of the testis
Lecture 16. Pathology of the adrenal gland and paraganglia
Lecture 17. Soft tissue and bone pathology
Lecture 18. Pathology of the mediastinum
Lecture 19. Tumours of the paediatric age
Lecture 20. Transplantation pathology
Lectures 21-22. Journal Club
Lecture 23-24. The pathology report
Prerequisites for admission
To take the Clinical and Surgical Pathology exam, students must have already passed all the exams of the first and second year (Fundamentals of Basic Sciences, Cells, Molecules and Genes 1 and 2, Human Body, Functions and Mechanisms of Diseases).
Assessement methods and criteria
Student assessment is based on an oral examination concerning the topics discussed during the lectures.
The exam is deemed to be passed successfully if the final grade is equal to or higher than 18/30. In the event of a full grade (30/30) honors (lode) may be granted.
Registration to the exam through SIFA is mandatory.