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THE TIME TABLE

the lectures and practically lessons for the four-year foreign students of medical faculty of surgery for the VII session 2010-2011 academic year

01.09

43

08.11

45

02.09

41

09.11

46

03.09

42

10.11

47

06.09

46

11.11

48

07.09

44

12.11




08.09

45

13.11



09.09

47

15.11

41

10.09

48

16.11

42 Lection

13.09

41

17.11

43

14.09

42

18.11

44

15.09

43

19.11




16.09

41

22.11




17.09

44

23.11

47

20.09




24.11

45

21.09

Lection

25.11



22.09

45

26.11

48

23.09




27.11

41

24.09




29.11

42

27.09

46

30.11




28.09

47

1.12

44

29.09

48

2.12

46

30.09




3.12

45

01.10

43

6.12



04.10

41

7.12

47

05.10

42

8.12

48

06.10




9.12




07.10

44

10.12

41

08.10

45

13.12




11.10

46

14.12

43 Lection

12.10

47

15.12




13.10



16.12

44

14.10

48

17.12

45

15.10




18.12

46

16.10




20.12




18.10




21.12

46

19.10

42 Lection

22.12




20.10

41

23.12

47

21.10

43

24.12

42

22.10

44

27.12




25.10

45

28.12




26.10

46

29.12

48

27.10

47

30.12




28.10

48

10.01

43

29.10




11.01

Lection

01.11




12.01




02.11



13.01



03.11

42

14.01




04.11

43







05.11

44







Note: lessons begin at 830. Lection reading from 1430 till 1600.

Head of Department, MD.,Professor of surgery I.U. Polyansky


^ THE TIME TABLE

of the consultation, working of the debts and nonpassing credits for the four year students of medical faculty of surgery for the autumn session 2010-2011 academic year




Teacher's name

Date

Thursdays

Saturdays

1.

Assistant Tarabanchuk V.V.

30.09; 04.11; 09.12; 12.01.

18.09; 23.10; 25.12;




Assistant Voytiv Ya.Yu.

09.09; 14.10; 18.11; 23.12; 14.01.

02.10; 96.11; 04.12.

Notes:

1. Time off the debs:

- Thursday - from 17.00 till 18.30;

- Saturdays - from 8.30 till 12.00.


^ THEMATIC PLANE OF THE MODULS


Themes

Amount of hours


Individual and independed

work

Lectures


Practical lessons


Independed work


Sense module 1

^ URGENT ABDOMINAL SURGERY

  1. Acute appendicitis

2

5

1

^ During to the module review of scientific literature after themes. Preparation of abstracts, lectures and others like that.



  1. Acute cholecystitis

2

5

1

  1. Acute pancreatitis

2

6

1

  1. Acute complications of ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum

1

6

2

  1. Acute intestinal obstruction

2

6

2

  1. Acute peritonitis

2

5

2

  1. Abdominal wall hernias and its complications

2

6

2

Sense module 2.

^ SURGICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY, THORACIC AND ENDOCRINE SURGERY, PROCTOLOGY


  1. Surgery of stomach & duodenum.

1

5

2

  1. Surgical pathology of the respiratory system

2

6

1

  1. Surgical endocrinology

2

5

1

  1. Disease of small and large intestine

2

5

4

  1. Disease of rectum




5

3

  1. Disease of soft tissue of perineum




5

2

  1. Curation of patients




5

5




Final module control





5

6




^ TOTAL HOURS: 135 hours 4,5 credits


20

80

35





Head of Department, MD.,

Professor of surgery I.U. Polyansky

^ A ball’s distributing which are appropriated to a students




Module 1

(current educational activity)


Maximal amount of ball’s





Semantic module 1





1.

Theme 1

8

2.

Theme 2

8

3.

Theme 3

8

4.

Theme 4

8

5.

Theme 5

8

6.

Theme 6

8

7.

Theme 7

8




Semantic module 2





8.

Theme 8

8

9.

Theme 9

8

10.

Theme 10

8

11.

Theme 11

8

12.

Theme 12

8

13.

Theme 13

8

14.

Theme 14

8




Together semantic modules

112

15.

Individual independent work of student

8

16.

Final module control

80

^ TOGETHER: sum of ball’s

200



Note: At mastering of theme after the traditional system to a student ball’s are appropriated: “5” – 8 balls, “4” – 6 balls, “3” are 4,5 balls, “2” – 0 balls.


^ A LIST OF THEORETICAL QUESTIONS FOR FINAL MODULE CONTROL

  1. Anatomy-functional information is about the caecum and appendix.

  2. Clinic of acute appendicitis.

  3. Differential diagnosis of acute appendicitis.

  4. Children have features of motion of acute appendicitis.

  5. Features of motion of acute appendicitis for patients senile years and pregnant.

  6. Appendiceal infilrate (clinic, diagnostics, medical tactic).

  7. Appendiceal abscess (clinic, diagnostics, medical tactic).

  8. Pylephlebitis (clinic, diagnostics, medical tactic).

  9. Technique of typical appendectomy.

  10. Laparoskopy appendectomy.

  11. Features of operative technique are depending on the form of acute appendicitis and placing of appendix.

  12. A type of incision and volume of operative interference is at different complications of acute appendicitis.

  13. Complication is at implementation of appendectomy.

  14. Complication of appendectomy is in an early and late postoperative period.

  15. Anatomy-functional information is about a gall-bladder and extrahepatic bilious channels.

  16. Classification of acute cholecystitis.

  17. Methods inspections patients with a acute cholecystitis.

  18. The persons of young and senile age have a typical clinical picture of acute cholecystitis, its feature.

  19. Differential diagnostics of acute cholecystitis.

  20. Medical program of acute cholecystitis.

  21. Complication of acute cholecystitis.

  22. Clinical picture of complications of acute cholecystitis and them differential diagnostics.

  23. Indications is to the urgent and urgent operations at a acute cholecystitis.

  24. Character of operative interferences is at a acute cholecystitis.

  25. Character of operative interferences is at complications of acute cholecystitis.

  26. Indications is to miniivasive operative interferences (endoscopy, laparoscopy, under control CT and ultrasound) at a acute cholecystitis.

  27. Intraoperative complications at cholecystectomy and their treatments.

  28. Complications after cholecystectomy, their prophylaxis and treatment.

  29. Anatomy-functional information is about a pancreas.

  30. Etiology and pathogenesis of acute pancreatitis.

  31. Methods inspections patient with acute pancreatitis.

  32. Typical clinical picture of acute pancreatitis.

  33. Differential diagnostics of acute pancreatitis.

  34. Conservative treatment of acute pancreatitis.

  35. Complications of acute pancreatitis.

  36. Clinical picture of complications of acute pancreatitis and them differential diagnostics.

  37. Idications is to operative interferences at a acute pancreatitis.

  38. Character of operative interferences is at a acute pancreatitis.

  39. Character of operative interferences is at complications of acute pancreatitis.

  40. Indications to miniivasive operative interferences (endoscopy, laparoscopy, under ultrasonic) at a acute pancreatitis.

  41. Intraoperative complications of acute pancreatitis and their treatments.

  42. Postoperative complications of acute pancreatitis, their prophylaxis and treatment.

  43. Anatomy-functionalin formation is about a stomach and duodenum.

  44. Methods inspections patients with a perforative ulcer.

  45. Classification of perforative ulcer.

  46. Clinic of typical perforative ulcer.

  47. Differential diagnostics of perforative ulcer.

  48. Features of clinic of the covered perforative ulcer.

  49. Features of clinic of perforative ulcer are in bursa omentalis.

  50. Features of motion of perforative ulcer are in retroperitoneal space.

  51. A choice of volume of operative interference is at a perforative ulcer.

  52. Laparoskopy technologies are in surgical treatment of perforative ulcer.

  53. Complication in an early postoperative period at implementation of operative interferences concerning a perforative ulcer.

  54. Etiology and pathogenesis of the ulcerous bleeding.

  55. Methods inspections patients with the ulcerous bleeding.

  56. Classification of the ulcerous bleeding.

  57. Clinic of the ulcerous bleeding.

  58. Differential diagnostics of the ulcerous bleeding.

  59. Features of clinical motion of the active bleeding .

  60. Features of clinical motion of the ulcerous bleeding which was halted.

  61. A choice of method of stop of bleeding is depending on the degree of its activity.

  62. Conservative therapy of the ulcerous bleeding.

  63. Methods endoscopy haemostasis and indications to their application.

  64. Methods of operative interferences are at the ulcerous bleeding.

  65. A choice of method of operative interference is depending on the state patients, intensity of bleeding, degree of bleding, localization of ulcer.

  66. Complication in an early postoperative period at implementation of operative interferences concerning the ulcerous bleeding.

  67. Treatment of complications in an early postoperative period at implementation of operative interferences concerning the ulcerous bleeding.

  68. Anatomy-physiological information is about a thin and thick bowel.

  69. Determination of concept of intestinal obstruction.

  70. Classification of intestinal obstruction.

  71. Clinic of dynamic obstruction of intestine.

  72. Treatment of dynamic (functional) intestinal obstruction.

  73. Types of mechanical intestinal obstruction.

  74. Clinic of obturation intestinal obstruction.

  75. Features of clinic of strangulation intestinal obstruction.

  76. Features of clinic of divorce of separate organs of digestive tract.

  77. Features of clinic of invagination.

  78. Features of medical tactic to intestinal obstruction depending on time of beginning of disease.

  79. Etiology of adhesive disease.

  80. Typical clinical picture of adhesive disease.

  81. Differential diagnostics of intestinal obstruction.

  82. Differential diagnostics of separate types of intestinal obstruction.

  83. Modern methods of diagnostics of acute intestinal obstruction.

  84. Modern medical program of intestinal obstruction.

  85. Preparation before operation of patients is with acute intestinal obstruction.

  86. A choice of character of operative interference is at different kinds and levels of intestinal obstruction.

  87. The postoperative medical program is at intestinal obstruction.

  88. Patients have a prophylaxis and prognosis with acute intestinal obstruction.

  89. Anatomy-function formation about parietal and visceral peritoneum.

  90. Etiology and pathogenesis of acute peritonitis.

  91. Classification of acute peritonitis.

  92. Methods inspections patient with acute peritonitis.

  93. Clinical picture of local acute peritonitis.

  94. Clinical picture of widespread peritonitis.

  95. Differential diagnostics of acute peritonitis.

  96. A patient with has medical tactic acute local peritonitis.

  97. A patient with has medical tactic acute widespread peritonitis.

  98. Complications of acute peritonitis.

  99. Features of preparation before operation are at acute peritonitis.

  100. Methods of operative interferences at peritonitis depending on spread of inflammatory process in an abdominal region.

  101. Indications to the miniinvasy methods treatments patient with acute peritonitis.

  102. The stages of operative interference are at acute peritonitis.

  103. Programmable laparopertsya in treatment of acute peritonitis.

  104. Postoperative complications at acute peritonitis their diagnostics, prophylaxis and treatment.

  105. Determination of concept of hernia.

  106. General symptoms of hernia.

  107. A value of form and sizes of hernia is for motion of disease.

  108. Classification of external hernia of abdominal wall.

  109. Hernia of abdominal wall. Clinic, classification, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, treatment.

  110. Umbilical hernia. Clinic, classification, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, treatment.

  111. Postoperative hernia. Clinic, classification, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, treatment.

  112. Femoral hernia. Clinic, classification, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, treatment.

  113. Incarcerated hernia. Typical clinic. Clinical types of the jammed hernia. Diagnostics, differential diagnostics.

  114. Surgical tactic is at the incarcerated hernia.

  115. Features of operative interference are at the incarcerated hernia.

  116. Signs of viability and nonviability of bowel.

  117. Inflammation of hernia. Clinic. Differential diagnostics. Surgical tactic.

  118. Damage (trauma) of hernia. Clinic. Surgical tactic.

  119. Intestinal obstruction is in hernia. Surgical tactic.

  120. Nonreducible hernia. Clinic, diagnostics, differential diagnostics. Treatment.

  121. Modern principles and methods of operative treatment of hernia.

  122. Prophylaxis of hernia.

  123. Internal hernia. Clinic. Classification. Diagnostics.

  124. Modern determination of ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum.

  125. Factors of aggression are in development of ulcerous disease.

  126. Factors of defence of mucus shell of stomach.

  127. Chronic complications of ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum.

  128. Features of pain syndrome are at gastric localization of ulcer.

  129. Features of pain syndrome are at duodenal localization of ulcer.

  130. A diagnostic programs at ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum.

  131. Differential diagnostics of ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum.

  132. Reasons of development of pyloroduodenal stenosis.

  133. What complaints are observed at the subcompensated stenosis?

  134. What complaints are observed at the compensated stenosis?

  135. What complaints are observed at decompensated stenosis?

  136. What objective clinical signs subcompensated and decompensated of pyloroduodenal stenosis?

  137. X-ray signs of degree of pyloroduodenal stenosis.

  138. Principles of treatment of pyloroduodenal stenosis.

  139. Indications is to surgical treatment of ulcerous disease of stomach and duodenum.

  140. What methods of operations does it follow to spare attention at localization of ulcer in a duodenum?

  141. What methods of operations does it follow to spare attention at localization of ulcer in a stomach?

  142. A diagnostic program at the peptic ulcer of anastomosis.

  143. Medicinal treatment is at the peptic ulcer of anastomosis.

  144. A volume of surgical interference is at the peptic ulcer of anastomosis.

  145. Syndrome of Mallory-Veis: reasons, clinic.

  146. A diagnostic program at the syndrome of Mallory-Veis.

  147. Differential diagnostics is at the syndrome of Mallory-Veis.

  148. Medical tactic is at the syndrome of Mallory-Veis.

  149. Indications is to surgical treatment of syndrome of Mallory-Veis.

  150. Anatomy-physiological information is about lights and bronchial tubes.

  151. Reasons of origin of acute abscess of lights.

  152. Clinical forms of gangrene of lights.

  153. Clinical symptoms of acute abscess of lights are in the stage "to opening".

  154. Clinical symptoms of acute abscess of lights are in the stage "after opening".

  155. Clinic of chronic abscess of lights.

  156. Additional methods inspections patients with the purulent diseases of lights.

  157. Differential diagnostics of chronic abscess of lights.

  158. Methods of sanitation of tracheobronchial tree.

  159. Treatment of gangrenous abscess of lights.

  160. Treatment of acute abscess of lights. Indications to the operative treatment.

  161. Tactic of treatment of the complicated acute abscess of lights.

  162. Anatomy-physiological about a pleura.

  163. Acute empyema of pleura. Etiology, pathogenenesis, clinic.

  164. Clinical displays of the limited empyema of pleura. X-ray picture.

  165. Clinic of the limited pyopneumothorax. X-ray signs.

  166. Total pyopneumothorax. Etiology, clinical motion.

  167. Differential diagnostics of empyema of pleura and pyopneumothorax.

  168. Clinic of chronic empyema.

  169. Tactic treatments patients with a pyopneumothorax.

  170. Indications to punction of pleura cavity is at the empyema of pleura.

  171. A testimony is to draining of pleura cavity at the empyema of pleura.

  172. Features of conservative treatment of pyopneumothorax.

  173. Classification of posttraumatic haemothorax.

  174. Medical tactic is at the closed trauma of thorax, complicated large haemothorax.

  175. Signs of the intra pleural bleeding. Indications to thoracotomy.

  176. Medical tactic is at haemothorax.

  177. Classification of posttraumatic pneumothorax.

  178. Reasons of origin of subcutaneous emphysema. Methods of treatment.

  179. Reasons of origin and clinical motion of mediastinal emphysema.

  180. Treatment of mediastinal emphysema.

  181. Treatment of posttraumatic pneumothorax. Types of the aspiration systems.

  182. Treatment of opened pneumothorax.

  183. Medical tactic is at tense (to valvular) pneumothorax.

  184. Types of novocaine blockade are at the closed trauma of thorax.

  185. Medical tactic is at the motion break of ribs.

  186. Clinic of double break of ribs.

  187. Early complications of the closed trauma of thorax.

  188. Late complications of the closed trauma of thorax

  189. Anatomy-physiological information is about a thyroid gland.

  190. Classification of diseases of thyroid gland.

  191. Methods inspections patients with the diseases of thyroid gland.

  192. Etiology and pathogenesis of endemic and sporadic goiter.

  193. Clinic and diagnostics of endemic and sporadic goiter.

  194. Treatment and prophylaxis of endemic and sporadic goiter.

  195. Features of preparation before operation of patients by a toxic goiter.

  196. Etiology and pathogenesis of diffuse toxic goiter.

  197. Clinic and diagnostics of diffuse toxic goiter.

  198. Indications are to operative treatment of diffuse toxic goiter.

  199. Thyrotoxic adenoma.

  200. Clinic, diagnostics, differential diagnosis of chronic thyroiditis.

  201. Shows are to operative treatment of chronic thyroiditis.

  202. Methods of operations are on a thyroid gland: choice of method of operation at diffuse toxic, nodules goiter, cancer thyroid gland.

  203. Complication under time and after operations on a thyroid gland.

  204. A prophylaxis and treatment of complications is after operations on a thyroiditis gland.

  205. Methods of research of thin bowel.

  206. Classification of surgical diseases of thin bowel.

  207. Clinic of diverticulums of thin bowel, diverticulum of Mekkelya.

  208. Complication of diverticulums of thin bowel, diverticulum of Mekkelya.

  209. Chronic pathology of thin bowel (abdominal „frog”): clinic and diagnostics.

  210. Treatment of abdominal «frog».

  211. Acute occlusion of mesenteric vessels: reasons, clinic, diagnostics.

  212. Treatment of acute occlusion of mesenteric vessels.

  213. Etiology and pathogenesis of Crohn’s disease.

  214. Classification and clinical picture of Crohn’s disease.

  215. Complication of Crohn’s disease.

  216. Indications to operative treatment of Crohn’s disease.

  217. Surgical tactic at the complicated forms infectious and parasitogenic diseases of thin bowel.

  218. Etiology and pathogentsis of nonspecific ulcerous colitis.

  219. Classification of nonspecific ulcerous colitis.

  220. Clinic and diagnostics of heterospecific ulcerous colitis.

  221. Differential diagnosis of nonspecific ulcerous colitis.

  222. Conservative treatment of nonspecific ulcerous colitis.

  223. Shows are to operative treatment of nonspecific ulcerous colitis.

  224. Diverticul’s disease of colon: classification, clinic, research methods.

  225. Diverticul’s disease of colon: treatment is conservative and operative.

  226. Polypuses and polyposis of colon: classification, clinic, research methods.

  227. Polypuses and polyposis of colon: treatment is conservative and operative.

  228. Gamartomniy polyposis: etiology, pathogeny, classification.

  229. Defects of position of colon: clinic, diagnostics.

  230. Indications to operative treatment of defects of position of colon.

  231. Pneumatosis of colon: ethiopathogenesis, clinic, diagnostics.

  232. Doliyhomegakolon: ethiopathogenesi, clinic, diagnostics.

  233. Chronic colostasis: etiology, pathogenesis, classification.

  234. New technologies of surgical treatment of diseases of colon (laparoscopy, endoscopy).

  235. Syndrome of irritation colon: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  236. Treatment of syndrome of irritation colon.

  237. Anatomy-physiological features of rectum.

  238. Chronic hemorrhoids: etiology, pathogenesis, classification.

  239. Chronic hemorrhoids: features of clinical displays of the different stages of development of piles, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  240. Chronic hemorrhoids: treatment is conservative and operative, types of operations.

  241. Acute hemorrhoids: etiology, pathogenesis, classification.

  242. Acute hemorrhoids: features of clinical displays of the different stages of development of piles, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  243. Acute hemorrhoids: treatment is conservative and operative, types of operations.

  244. Conducts patients after hemorrhoidectomy, complication after an operation.

  245. Rehabilitation of patients after hemorrhoidectomy, prophylaxis of relapses of piles and anal crack.

  246. Acute paraproctitis: etiology, pathogeny, classification.

  247. Acute paraproctitis: clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  248. Acute paraproctitis: treatment is conservative and operative.

  249. Chronic paraproctitis: etiology, pathogeny, classification.

  250. Chronic paraproctitis: clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  251. Chronic paraproctitis: treatment is conservative and operative.

  252. Anal fissures: etiology, pathogenesis, classification.

  253. Anal fissures: clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  254. Anal fissures: treatment is conservative and operative.

  255. Anal itch: etiology, pathogeny, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis.

  256. Fall of rectum: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis, treatment is conservative and operative.

  257. Rectocele: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis, treatment conservative and operative.

  258. Rectovaginal fistulas: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis, treatment conservative and operative.

  259. Proctalgiya: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis, treatment conservative and operative.

  260. Insufficiency of anal sphincter: etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, research methods, differential diagnosis, treatment conservative and operative.

  261. Syndrome of prolapsus of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification.

  262. Syndrome of prolapsus of perineal: clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  263. Pyoderma of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  264. Paraanal dermatitis: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  265. Condilomatosis of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  266. Epithelial coccygeal immersion: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  267. Sarcoma of Kaposhi of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  268. Melanoma of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  269. Disease of Pedzheta of perineal: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  270. Disease of Bouena: state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic.

  271. Anococcygeal pain syndrome (state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic).

  272. Teratomy of pararectal localization (state of problem, etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinical displays, diagnostics, differential diagnostics, medical tactic).

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