System diseases 1

Struttura insegnamento e programma

Edizione attiva
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

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.
Periodo
Primo semestre
Modalità di valutazione
Esame
Giudizio di valutazione
voto verbalizzato in trentesimi
Siti didattici
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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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