System diseases 1

A.A. 2018/2019
11
Crediti massimi
132
Ore totali
SSD
BIO/12 MED/07 MED/08 MED/11 MED/14 MED/36
Lingua
Inglese
Programma e organizzazione didattica

Edizione unica

Informazioni sul programma
Programma d'insegnamento
· Lecture 1 - Cardiology. Cardiovascular risk
· Lecture 2 - Cardiology. Grading the severity of cardiovascular diseases
· Lecture 3 - Nephrology. Management of the patient with renal disease
· Lecture 4 - Diagnostic Imaging. Ionizing and non-iodizing radiation used in diagnostic imaging
· Lecture 4b - Nuclear Medicine
· Lecture 5 - Diagnostic Imaging. Sonography
· Lecture 6 - Pathology. Introduction to Anatomic Pathology
· Lecture 7 - Pathology. Ancillary techniques in Anatomic Pathology
· Lecture 8 - Clinical Biochemistry. Specimen collection and storage; point of care testing and automation
· Lecture 9 - Clinical Biochemistry. The quality control in clinical laboratory
· Lecture 10 - Clinical Biochemistry. Biobanks and their importance in clinical and scientific fields related to biomedical research
· Lecture 11 - Clinical Biochemistry. Preanalytical variables affecting the Integrity of human biospecimens in laboratory tests and in biobanking
· Lecture 12 - Cardiology. Resting ECG
· Lecture 13 - Cardiology. Arrhythmias
· Lecture 14 - Diagnostic Imaging. Computerized Tomography - CT
· Lecture 15 - Cardiology. Heart-lung interaction
· Lecture 16 - Cardiology. O2 consumption
· Lecture 17 - Diagnostic Imaging. Magnetic Resonance Imaging - MRI
· Lecture 18 - Pathology. Atherosclerosis and Ischemic heart disease
· Lecture 19 - Cardiology. Ischemic heart disease
· Lecture 20 - Nuclear Cardiology. Imaging of ischemia and cardiac function
· Lecture 21 - Pathology. Pathology of the endocardium, myocardium and cardiac valves
· Lecture 22 - Cardiology. Valvular heart disease
· Lecture 23 - Cardiology. Pericarditis and endocarditis
· Lecture 24 - Diagnostic Imaging. Cardiac imaging
· Lecture 25 - Diagnostic Imaging. Cardiovascular imaging
· Lecture 26 - Cardiology. Heart failure part 1
· Lecture 27 - Cardiology. Heart failure part 2
· Lecture 28 - Microbiology. Viruses and myocardial diseases
· Lecture 29 - Microbiology. Bacteria and cardiac diseases
· Lecture 30 - Microbiology. The role of microbes in atherosclerosis and other chronic cardiac diseases
· Lecture 31 - Cardiology. Pulmonary hypertension
· Lecture 32 - Clinical Biochemistry. Cardiac monitoring in clinical laboratory and biological fluids profiling: a new challenge in clinical laboratory
· Lecture 33 - Nephrology. The body fluid imbalance and the pathophysiology of the edema
· Lecture 34 - Nephrology. Glomerular disorders
· Lecture 35 - Microbiology. Microbes and urinary tract infection
· Lecture 36 - Nephrology. Management of patients with tubulo-interstitial nephritis
· Lecture 37 - Nephrology. Approach to patients with urinary tract and renal infection
· Lecture 38 - Cardiology. Congenital heart diseases
· Lecture 39 - Nephrology. Acute kidney injury / acute renal failure
· Lecture 40 - Nephrology. Chronic kidney disease - CKD
· Lecture 41 - Nephrology. Introduction to artificial kidney
· Lecture 42 - Nephrology. Renal vascular diseases
· Lecture 43 - Diagnostic Imaging. Kidney imaging
· Lecture 44 - Diagnostic Imaging. Kidney imaging part 1
· Lecture 45 - Nuclear Medicine. Imaging of renal function
· Lecture 46 - Nephrology. Case studies
· Lecture 47 - Diagnostic Imaging. Kidney imaging
· Lecture 48 - Diagnostic Imaging. Kidney imaging part 2
· Lecture 49 - Nephrology. Principles of renal transplantation
· Lecture 50 - Microbiology. Infectious agents and renal transplant
· Lecture 51 - Nephrology. Management of patients with diabetes
· Lecture 52 - Clinical Biochemistry. Diabetes diagnosis and monitoring in laboratory medicine
· Lecture 53 - Nephrology. Management of patients with hereditary nephropathies
· Lecture 54 - Microbiology. Urinary tract infection and microbe associate renal diseases
· Lecture 55 - Pathology. Basic principles of cancer genomics, novel techniques in molecular pathology and experimental models.
· Lecture 56 - Pathology. Precision medicine in Molecular Pathology: molecular targets, driver genomic alterations responsible for cancer progression and the availability of specific targeted therapies.
· Lecture 57 - Nephrology. Analysis of the urinary sediment

Bibliografia di riferimento
· Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine, 19th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2015 (also available as ebook in the digital library of the University of Milano http://www.sba.unimi.it/)
· Goldman's Cecil Medicine L. Goldman, A. I. Schafer, 24th ed., Elsevier, 2012
· Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, Lynn S. Bickley
· Robbins and Cotran. Pathologic Basis Of Disease (9th Edition)
· Essential of Radiology. F. A. Mettler. 3rd Edition. Elsevier Saunders. (e book)
· Core Radiology. J. Mandell. Cambrige University Press. (ebook)
· Medical Microbiology, 8th edition. P. Murray, K Rosenthal, A. Pfaller Elsevier
· Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics. Burtis & Bruns, 7th Edition, Elsevier
Prerequisiti e modalità di esame
Modalità di erogazione del corso di insegnamento
· Lectures
· Clinical cases
· Case studies
· Laboratory skills

Modalità di svolgimento dell'esame di profitto
Student assessment is based on a combination of written and oral examinations.
The written exam is a multiple choice test focused on the topics of the modules: Clinical Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology. Only students who successfully pass the written tests of all subjects are allowed to take the oral examination, focused on the modules: Diagnostic Imaging, Cardiovascular Diseases, Nephrology.
The final mark is the weighted average of the marks obtained in the oral examinations.
Moduli o unità didattiche
Cardiovascular diseases
MED/11 - MALATTIE DELL'APPARATO CARDIOVASCOLARE - CFU: 2
Lezioni: 24 ore

Clinical Biochemistry
BIO/12 - BIOCHIMICA CLINICA E BIOLOGIA MOLECOLARE CLINICA - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore
Docente: Gelfi Cecilia

Microbiology
MED/07 - MICROBIOLOGIA E MICROBIOLOGIA CLINICA - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore

Nephrology
MED/14 - NEFROLOGIA - CFU: 4
Lezioni: 48 ore

Pathology
MED/08 - ANATOMIA PATOLOGICA - CFU: 1
Lezioni: 12 ore

Radiology
MED/36 - DIAGNOSTICA PER IMMAGINI E RADIOTERAPIA - CFU: 2
Lezioni: 24 ore

Siti didattici
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Ospedale San Paolo, 2 Piano, Blocco B
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Medicina Nucleare - Polo San Paolo
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U.O. Nefrologia e Dialisi, Ospedale San Carlo Borromeo, Piano 6, sez. D
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LITA
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U.O.C. Anatomia Patologica, Pad. Bosisio 1° piano, Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda - Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Via F. Sforza 35, Milano
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IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi, Radiologia, piano -2
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