The primary objective of the course is to acquire pathological and pathophysiological knowledge regarding musculoskeletal diseases and traumas. The secondary objective is to acquire diagnostic approaches for musculoskeletal disorders and trauma. Tertiary objective is to acquire therapeutic procedures in the treatment of patients with musculoskeletal disease and after trauma. The fourth objective is to enable students to acquire basic skills relating to the care of patients with musculoskeletal disease or trauma. Pharmacology Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series.
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The primary objective of the course is to acquire pathological and pathophysiological knowledge regarding musculoskeletal diseases and traumas.
The secondary objective is to acquire diagnostic approaches for musculoskeletal disorders and trauma. Tertiary objective is to acquire therapeutic procedures in the treatment of patients with musculoskeletal disease and after trauma. The fourth objective is to enable students to acquire basic skills relating to the care of patients with musculoskeletal disease or trauma. Pharmacology Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews Series.
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Canadian Family Physician; Praha, Ceros Iyer M. Cohen H. London, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins It is the object based on the instruction in progress in theoretical institutions and departments outpatient department, wards and operating room , in all forms of teaching exclusive lecture, seminar, internship and inclusive education in the outpatient clinic, department, and operating room.
Successfully passing pathology exam. Receiving credit in the subject OTA. Test has the following attributes: 1. The random selection of questions 20 pathology, 20 pathophysiology, 20 pharmacology, 40 other related fields. Questions are selected of the forward-known issues. Each question has four answers the two of which are correct. Order of the answers at random computer selection changes.
Evaluation: 1. Question is recognized as one point, if student marks both the right answers and no wrong one. Grade is awarded according to the same key for all four components of the test: a. Less than 14 resp. Final grade is an average one of all four sub-scores in the case of an average 1,5 or 2,5 decide the total grade mark achieved in the clinical part of the test.
Last update: prof. Study application - exchange students. Meeting with international participation. Third Faculty of Medicine. Guarantor: prof. Annotation - Czech English. It focuses on active participation in the treatment of these patients. Aim of the course - Czech English. Literature - Czech English. Elsevier, ; Platzer W. Thieme Verl. Grada Remedia Compendium.
Rang, et al. Katzung - 11th ed. Gallo a kol. Koudela a kol. Sosna a kol. Adams, D. Hamblen: Outline of Orthopaedics. Cambridge, D. Duckworth, C. Blundell: Orthopaedics and Fractures. Elstrom, W. Virkus, A. Pankovich: Handbook of Fractures. McRae: Practical Fracture Treatment. LF UK v Praze. Oxford University Press Praha, Triton Oxfrod University Press Teaching methods - Czech English.
Requirements to the exam - Czech English. Syllabus - Czech English. Clinical anatomy of the chest, abdomen and extremities 2. Pathology of the bones, joints and muscles 3. Pathophysiology of trauma, fractures and their healing 4. Pharmacotherapy of patients with diseases of the musculoskeletal system and after severe injury 5. Radiological diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases and trauma 6. Nuclear medicine and diagnostic musculoskeletal disorders and trauma 7.
Anesthesiology and intensive care of patients after severe trauma 8. Neurosurgical treatment of trauma 9. Surgical treatment of trauma Orthopaedic treatment of musculoskeletal diseases Orthopaedic treatment of trauma Surgical treatment of trauma in childhood Plastic surgery and trauma treatment Treatment of burn trauma Rehabilitation therapy for trauma Epidemiologie a prevence traumat.
Surgical Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal Tract and Its Vasculature in the Laboratory Rat.
anatomie 3- R. Čihák
Background: Anatomical terminology serves as a basic communication tool in all the medical fields. Therefore Latin anatomical nomenclature has been repetitively issued and revised from Basiliensia Nomina Anatomica until , when the last version was approved and published as the Terminologia Anatomica International Anatomical Terminology by the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology. Methods and results: A brief history of the terminology and nomenclature development is mentioned, along with the concept and contributions of the Terminologia Anatomica including the employed abbreviations. Examples of obsolete anatomical terms and their current synonyms are listed.
Čihák, Radomír 1928-