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    Settimio ROSSI

    Insegnamento di ATTIVITA' FORMATIVE PROFESSIONALIZZANTI V° ANNO

    Corso di laurea magistrale a ciclo unico in MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA (Sede di Caserta)

    Italiano

    Lingua di insegnamento

    ITALIANO

    Contenuti

    Approccio diagnostico e clinico del paziente con patologia infettiva, psichiatrica, neurologica, organi di senso.

    Testi di riferimento

    Testi di Neurologia clinica e di neuroanatomia funzionale

    Obiettivi formativi

    1.Imparare a riconoscere gli indicatori di patologia del SNC, SNP e muscoli scheletrici
    2.Comprendere il rationale dei protocolli diagnostici e terapeutici
    3.Acquisire dimestichezza con la metodologia strumentale utile alla diagnosi delle patologie neurologiche di maggiore impatto clinico ed epidemiologico.

    Prerequisiti

    Conoscenza dell'Anatomia e Fisiologia del SNC, SNP e muscolo
    Basi di Fisiopatologia e meccanismi di danno (immunologico, genetico, degenerativo, oncologico, vascolare)

    Metodologie didattiche

    Presentazione casi clinici
    Partecipazione all'esecuzione ed alla refutazione di esami neuroradiologici

    Metodi di valutazione

    Discussione casi clinici
    Frequenza in reparto

    Altre informazioni

    Acquisizione di conoscenze di natura metodologica per l’interpretazione critica dei dati nelle attività diagnostiche terapeutiche preventive e riabilitative delle malattie neurologiche; abilità di ricerca e valutazione delle informazioni scientifiche indispensabili alla soluzione di problemi clinici; considerazione delle componenti etiche nei processi clinici.

    Programma del corso

    Approccio diagnostico, clinico e terapeutico del paziente con patologia infettiva, psichiatrica, neurologica, organi di senso

    English

    Teaching language

    Italian

    Contents

    Diagnostic and clinical approach of the patient with infectious, psychiatric, neurological pathology, sense organs.

    Textbook and course materials

    Texts on clinical neurology and functional neuroanatomy

    Course objectives

    pathology.
    2. Understanding the rationale of diagnostic and therapeutic protocols.
    3. To be familiar with the instrumental methodology useful for the diagnosis of neurological pathologies of major clinical and epidemiological impact.

    Prerequisites

    Knowledge of the Anatomy and Physiology of the CNS, SNP and muscle
    Fundamentals of pathophysiology and mechanisms of damage (immunological, genetic, degenerative, oncological, vascular)

    Teaching methods

    Presentation of clinical cases
    Participation in the execution and refutation of neuroradiological examinations

    Evaluation methods

    Discussion of clinical cases
    Frequency in the department

    Other information

    Acquisition of methodological knowledge for the critical interpretation of data in the diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive and rehabilitative activities of neurological diseases; ability to research and evaluate scientific information necessary for the solution of clinical problems; consideration of ethical components in clinical processes.

    Course Syllabus

    Traumatology
    Treatment of the traumatized patient
    Soft tissue injuries
    Dento-alveolar fractures
    Fractures of the mandibular body
    Fractures of the mandibular condyle
    Maxillary fractures
    Fractures of the zygomatic complex
    Fractures of the orbit
    Nose-ethoid-orbitary fractures
    Front fractures
    Fractures of the nasal pyramid
    Fractures in pediatric age
    Fractures fractures
    Trauma outcomes
    Gunshot wounds
    Cranio-maxillo-facial malformations and deformities
    Overview of cario-facial development and growth
    Cranio-maxillo-facial congenital malformations: classification and
    classification
    Schisi, dispostosi and sinostosi
    Hypertelorism and teleorbitism
    Syndromes of the I and II branchial arch
    Malformations of the auricle
    Primary Labiopalatoschisis: classification, diagnosis and hints of therapy
    Labiopalatoschisi: outcomes, classification and outline of therapy Pierre-Robin syndrome
    Maxillofacial deformities: classification and classification Diagnosis and therapeutic planning
    Principles of therapy
    Pre-surgical orthodontia therapy of dento-maxillo-facial dysnnnacies
    Surgically assisted orthodontics
    Osteogenetic distraction of the jaws
    OSAS Syndrome of obstructive apneas during adult sleep
    Pathology of the temporomandibular joint Anatomy of the TMJ
    Physiology of the ATM
    Clinical and instrumental Semeiotics of the ATM
    Cranio-mandibular disorders
    Temporo-mandibular ankylosis
    Neoplastic and pseudotumoral disorders involving ATM Oncology
    Granulomatous diseases of the nasal and
    paranasal cavities Non-neoplastic lesions of the nasal and paranasal cavities Neoplasms of the nasal and paranasal cavities
    Cysts and odontogenic tumors
    Benign neoplasms of soft tissues of the oral cavity

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