Clinical orthopedics and traumatology (qualifying activity)

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
Learning objectives
Expected learning outcomes
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Course syllabus
Professional activities pursue and are an integral part of the objectives and results of the learning expected from teaching, as they confer the skills and abilities useful for applying knowledge in clinical practice.
Prerequisites for admission
The student should ave the knowledges requested by the courses of Anathomy of the muscluloskeletal apparatus, Physiology, General pathology, Lab Medicine, Diagnostic imaging
Teaching methods
Attendance in hospital wards, outpatient clinics, day hospital, operating room, first aid activities, discussion of clinical cases.
Teaching Resources
Le diapositive proiettate saranno disponibili sulla piattaforma Ariel o direttamente in classe. (The slides projected in the lessons will be available on Ariel, or directly in the classroom.)

Te following textbooks could be used to prepare the final exam:
- Paolo Cabitza - Ortopedia - 2012 Esculapio Ed.
- Federico A. Grassi, Ugo E. Pazzaglia, Giorgio Pilato. Manuale di ortopedia e traumatologia. 2012 Elsevier Ed.
- Jennifer Hart, Mark D. Miller, Stephen R. Thompson. Miller's Review of Orthopaedics. 2016 Elsevier Ed.
- Franco Postacchini, Ernesto Ippolito, Andrea Ferretti. Ortopedia e Traumatologia. 2017 Antonio Delfino Ed.
- Attilio Mancini, Carlo Morlacchi. Clinica ortopedica. Manuale-atlante. 2018 Piccin-Nuova LibrariaEd.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The final exam consists of a test with multiple answer questions, with 1 or 2 possible correct answers (completely correct answer 1 point, partially correct 0,6, partially wrong 0,4). The students that will obtain more than 20 points will be admitted to sustain to the oral exam, generally immediately after the written test.
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Professional training: 25 hours
Professor: Pietrogrande Luca