Head and neck

A.A. 2018/2019
9
Crediti massimi
108
Ore totali
SSD
BIO/09 BIO/16 MED/28 MED/29 MED/30 MED/31
Lingua
Inglese
Programma e organizzazione didattica

Edizione unica

Informazioni sul programma
Programma d'insegnamento
INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE
· Lecture 0. (all teachers) Problems and symptoms in the Head and Neck patient

TOPIC I. Pain in the head and neck area
· Lecture 1. ANATOMY: Headache related to disorders of the masticatory apparatus
· Lecture 2. PHYSIOLOGY: Somatosensory system: trigeminal district
· Lecture 3a. DENTISTRY: Oral-facial chronic pain
· Lecture 3b. DENTISTRY: The patient with acute oral pain
· Lecture 4. DENTISTRY: The most common diseases of the oral cavity
· Lecture 5a. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The red eye
· Lecture 5b. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The painful eye

TOPIC II. Nasal obstruction, epistaxis, , oral mucosal diseases
· Lecture 6. ANATOMY: Nose and paranasal sinuses
· Lecture 7a 7b. EAR NOSE THROAT
· Lecture 7c. EAR NOSE THROAT
· Practical session*
· Lecture 8. ENT, OPHTHALMOLOGY: Complications of oro-sinusal disease. What do we share with the ophthalmologist and maxillofacial surgeon?
· Lecture 9a 9b 9c. DENTISTRY: The patient with oral mucosal diseases

TOPIC III. Movement Disorders: Facial Palsy, Dysphonia, Dysphagia, Dyspnea, Ocular motion disorders
· Lecture 10. ANATOMY: Peripheral Facial Palsy
· Lecture 11. DENTISTRY Hypo-salivation and hyper-salivation
· Lecture 12. MAXILLO-FACIAL SURGERY: Oral nerve lesions are an emerging pathology, due to oral surgery increasing
· Lecture 13. ANATOMY: Oro-pharyngeal Dysphagia
· Lecture 14. PHYSIOLOGY: Neural control of Face expression and Masticatory function
· Lecture 15. ANATOMY: Voice disorders
· Lecture 16. PHYSIOLOGY: Laryngeal functions
· Lecture 17. ENT: The adult patient with dysphonia, dysphagia and/or dyspnea
· Practical session *
· Lecture 18. OPHTHALMOLOGY: Abnormal eye movements: the more common causes of diplopia: eye, visual system and neurologic disorders

TOPIC IV. FROM IMPAIRED FUNTION TO LOSS OF FUNCTION: DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS
· Lecture 19. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The correct process of vision: the role of ocular media and their physiopathology.
· Practical session
· Lecture 20. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The blind eye: the more common conditions leading to complete blindness
· Practical session:
· Lecture 21. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The eye and the brain: the pathologies involving the visual pathways from the eye to the brain cortex
· Lecture 22. ENT: The patient that does not hear
· Practical session

TOPIC V. Neck and facial masses
· Lecture 23. ENT, MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY: The patient with facial/cervical masses
· Practical session
· Lecture 24. DENTISTRY: The patient with oral potentially malignant disorders and with oral cancer
· Practical session
· Lecture 25. OPHTHALMOLOGY: Orbital pathology: a multidisciplinary approach

TOPIC VI. Vertigo
· Lecture 26. PHYSIOLOGY: The neurophysiological basis of postural control, vertigo and nausea
· Lecture 27. PHYSIOLOGY: Overview of the head and neck reflexes
· Lecture 28. ENT: The patient with instability/vertigo
· Practical session

TOPIC VII. AGE LONG: Pregnancy, growing and ageing
· Lecture 29. ENT: To recognize the difference in handling a pediatric patient: The child
· Lecture 30. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The visual system in the child
· Lecture 31a. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The aging eye: Age-related conditions involving the anterior segment of the eye
· Lecture 31b. OPHTHALMOLOGY: The aging eye: Age-related conditions involving the posterior segment of the eye
· Lecture 32. DENTISTRY: Oral health issues of interest for the physician
· Practical session

TOPIC VIII. Distrectual expressions of systemic diseases and emergency
· Lecture 33. OPHTHALMOLOGY: What is a real emergency?
· Lecture 34. OPHTHALMOLOGY: Surgical approaches for ocular diseases
· Lecture 35. MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY: Facial and craniofacial Trauma
· Lecture 36. DENTISTRY: Oral health is more than healthy teeth and gums
· Lecture 37. MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY: Traumatology of the facial skeleton

TOPIC IX. The patient with facial and craniofacial disproportion
· Lecture 38. MAXILLO-FACIAL SURGERY: Clinical Examination and anthropometry of the face: facial and craniofacial malformation
· Practical session*

Bibliografia di riferimento
· Kanski's Clinical Ophthalmology, 8th Ed 2016 (Elsevier)
· Probst, Grevers, Iro. Basic Otorhinolaryngology: a Step by Step Learning Guide (Thieme 2006)
· Peter Lockart Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients, 6th Ed, Wiley and Blackwell, 2013
· Luke Cascarini, Claire Schilling, Ben Gurney, Peter Brennan. Oxford Handbook of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Oxford Medical Handbooks) 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press.
Prerequisiti e modalità di esame
Modalità di erogazione del corso di insegnamento:
Lectures, Clinical cases, Case studies and Laboratory skills.

Modalità di svolgimento dell'esame di profitto:
The final assessment - an oral examination done by each teacher - is scheduled at the end of the course. Final mark will be the mean among the six modules.
Odontostomatological diseases
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Bibliography:
· Peter Lockart Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients, 6th Ed, Wiley and Blackwell, 2013
Ophthalmology
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Bibliography:
Kanski's Clinical Ophthalmology, 8th Ed 2016 (Elsevier)
Otorhinolaryngology
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Bibliography:
Probst, Grevers, Iro. Basic Otorhinolaryngology: a Step by Step Learning Guide (Thieme 2006)
Maxillofacial surgery
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
Bibliography:
Luke Cascarini, Claire Schilling, Ben Gurney, Peter Brennan. Oxford Handbook of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Oxford Medical Handbooks) 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press.
Moduli o unità didattiche
Anatomy
BIO/16 - ANATOMIA UMANA - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore

Human physiology
BIO/09 - FISIOLOGIA - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore
Docente: Cerri Gabriella

Maxillofacial surgery
MED/29 - CHIRURGIA MAXILLOFACCIALE - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore

Odontostomatological diseases
MED/28 - MALATTIE ODONTOSTOMATOLOGICHE - CFU: 2
Lezioni: 24 ore

Ophthalmology
MED/30 - MALATTIE APPARATO VISIVO - CFU: 2
Lezioni: 24 ore

Otorhinolaryngology
MED/31 - OTORINOLARINGOIATRIA - CFU: 2
Lezioni: 24 ore

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