GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
Knowledge related to the preparatory courses according with the institutuional schedules. Specifically, knowledge of the human anatomy of the female pelvis as well as the physiology of female reproductive organs is considered mandatory.
An oral exam will be scheduled at the end of the course.
The exam includes a minimum of two open questions related to the topics covered during the course. Maximum duration of the test: 30 minutes.
-To explore and understand the life cycle of women, including the effects of growth, development and aging; the etiology, pathophysiology and natural history of acute and chronic diseases pertaining to the female genital apparatus.
-To determine the main risk factors influencing the onset of benign and malignant gynecological diseases.
-To learn the characteristics, the mechanisms of action and the indications of use of drugs; to become confident with the main non-pharmacological therapeutic interventions (behavioral, surgical) for the treatment of the most common gynecological diseases, as well as the main instrumental diagnostic interventions necessary to a correct classification of the various pathologies.
- Knowing how to discuss the totality of clinical problems and address the therapeutic diagnostic process considering the centrality of the patient, according with the most recent evidence-based literature.
- To understand the proper method of medical history collection, including the various aspects of lifestyles affecting the gynecological field.
To acquire the knowledge for a first-level clinical assessment in both obstetric and gynecological field.
- To learn how to communicate with patients wit advanced h advanced oncological diseases and / or with poor prognosis.
- To recognize the conditions and pathologies (especially in the obstetric field) representing an potentilally life-threating events.
- To discuss the various obstetric and gynecological problems in a multidisciplinary framework, involving medical and surgical specialties.
- Knowledge and promotion of the strategies for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, implementing screening and early diagnosis interventions.
-To use and correctly interpret epidemiological and demographic data from national or international surveillance registers. Moreover, to demonstrate knowledge of the methodological foundations for a correct approach to scientific research in the medical field.
- To become confident with new technological equipment to improve the clinical and surgical practice related to the most common obstetric and gynecological diseases.