Medical pathology

A.Y. 2019/2020
4
Max ECTS
40
Overall hours
SSD
MED/04 MED/05
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
- Knowing elements of general pathology and general pathophysiology
- Knowing elements of cardiovascular and respiratory physiopathology
- Developing knowledge to analyze the causes (etiology) and mechanisms (pathogenesis) that contribute to the onset of the diseases
- Knowing elements of diagnostic-clinical pathology and laboratory methodology in cytology, cytopathology, immunohematology and genetic pathology
- Understanding the diagnostic laboratory approach to the main pathological conditions
- Knowing the diagnostic-clinical aspects in reproductive medicine
Expected learning outcomes
The course aims to provide the necessary knowledge for understanding the causes of human diseases and the fundamental pathogenetic mechanisms at the cell and tissue levels. At the end of the course the students will have a good knowledge of aetiology and pathogenesis with particular reference to the main genetic diseases, the various forms of the inflammatory process, the damage, the main alterations of the immune system, and the tumors. The course gives the knowledge of clinical biomarkers use in clinical practice. The students will have the acquaintance of the main biomarkers currently approved in Laboratory Medicine to discriminate the health state than a pathological status and its development. The students will also have learned the main diagnostic tools and clinical exams used to identify the health state from prenatal phase to the childhood.
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Bosisio Parini

Responsible
Prerequisites for admission
The prerequisites consist of physiology, anatomical, histological, biochemical and biological knowledge that are study subject of the first year of the course.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examination consists of a written test with multiple choice questions aimed at assessing the student's knowledge of the different topics covered.
The evaluation is expressed in thirtieths and the result is communicated after the conclusion of the test.
Patologia generale
Course syllabus
Introduction of general pathology and cell death
- Etiology
- Immunology
- Inflammation
- Atherosclerosis and damage response
- Pathophysiology of the Blood
- Tumors
Teaching methods
Lectures (20 hours). All the lectures are supported by PowerPoint presentations.
Teaching Resources
Jeanette Anne Marie Maier, ed. Mc Graw Hill Education, Patologia Generale e Fisiopatologia per le professioni sanitarie
Patologia clinica
Course syllabus
Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Pathology: general aspects, laboratory tests and laboratory report; the reference intervals, the diagnostic cycle and the biological sample.
- Blood proteins and the protidogram. General characteristics of Clinical Enzymology.
- Glycemia and diabetes mellitus: general characteristics, clinical and laboratory aspects.
- Allergies, food intolerances and celiac disease: general characteristics, clinical and laboratory aspects.
- Biomarkers in Medicine
- Blood cell count with differential leucocyte count
- Diagnostic monitoring of pregnancy and associated diagnostic tests
Teaching methods
Lectures (20 hours). All the lectures are supported by PowerPoint presentations, made available to the students.
Teaching Resources
Slide fornite dal docente integrate con i seguenti due libri di testo:
Italo Antognozzi, Elio Gulletta, Medicina di laboratorio-logica & Patologia Clinica- II edizione- Piccin.
Widmann - Interpretazione clinica degli esami di laboratorio- 11 edizione- McGraw-Hill
Patologia clinica
MED/05 - CLINICAL PATHOLOGY - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Patologia generale
MED/04 - EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Castiglioni Sara

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

Prerequisites for admission
The prerequisites consist of physiology, anatomical, histological, biochemical and biological knowledge that are study subject of the first year of the course
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examination consists of a written test with multiple choice questions aimed at assessing the student's knowledge of the different topics covered.
The evaluation is expressed in thirtieths and the result is communicated after the conclusion of the test.
Patologia generale
Course syllabus
Introduction of general pathology and cell death
- Etiology
- Immunology
- Inflammation
- Atherosclerosis and damage response
- Pathophysiology of the Blood
- Tumors
Teaching methods
Lectures (20 hours). All the lectures are supported by PowerPoint presentations.
Teaching Resources
Jeanette Anne Marie Maier, ed. Mc Graw Hill Education, Patologia Generale e Fisiopatologia per le professioni sanitarie
Patologia clinica
Course syllabus
Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Pathology: general aspects, laboratory tests and laboratory report; the reference intervals, the diagnostic cycle and the biological sample.
- Blood proteins and the protidogram. General characteristics of Clinical Enzymology.
- Glycemia and diabetes mellitus: general characteristics, clinical and laboratory aspects.
- Allergies, food intolerances and celiac disease: general characteristics, clinical and laboratory aspects.
- Biomarkers in Medicine
- Blood cell count with differential leucocyte count
- Diagnostic monitoring of pregnancy and associated diagnostic tests
Teaching methods
Lectures (20 hours). All the lectures are supported by PowerPoint presentations, made available to the students.
Teaching Resources
Slide fornite dal docente integrate con i seguenti due libri di testo:
Italo Antognozzi, Elio Gulletta, Medicina di laboratorio-logica & Patologia Clinica- II edizione- Piccin.
Widmann - Interpretazione clinica degli esami di laboratorio- 11 edizione- McGraw-Hill
Patologia clinica
MED/05 - CLINICAL PATHOLOGY - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Vianello Elena
Patologia generale
MED/04 - EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY - University credits: 2
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Castiglioni Sara
Professor(s)
Reception:
after fixing an appointment by e-mail.
31 Luigi Mangiagalli street, Milan, Italy, 20133