|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||VET/06|
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Firstly, the course will teach the biochemical, ecological, epidemiological and pathological aspects of parasites followed by a more detailed study into the specific parasites of humans, examining their respective cycles of development, diffusion, pathogenic action and their host's relative reactions, together with the teaching of diagnostic methods and preventative strategies.
The teaching is composed of 10 hours of live lectures on all the syllabus subjects which are illustrated through specific Power Point presentations available on Aulaweb.
In the event of a health emergency, the lessons will be held in online mode using the Teams platform.
The tutors suggest the use of reference books to further develop the various topics in order to be fully prepared for the exam.
Note that, in line with university regulations, the attendance to these lectures is compulsory.
Leishmania: Cutaneous ancd Visceral Leismaniosis
Plasmodium vivax,ovale,malariae e falciparum
Schistostoma mansoni, japonicum
Tenia solium and saginata
Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator americanus
M. Scaglia, S. Gatti, E.G. Rondanelli. "Parassiti e Parassitosi Umane". Selecta Medica.
Office hours: By appointment by email: email@example.com
MARIA ADELAIDE PRONZATO (President)
ANNA LISA FURFARO
MARIA CRISTINA MINGARI
NICOLA TRAVERSO (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
Lessons start on October 2019
The exam is an oral one and it consists of a 30-minute interview in the presence of a panel of course tutors. The student should be able to demonstrate the ability to critically discuss all the subjects covered in the syllabus. During the discussion of the various topics, the committee will verify if the student has satisfactorily fulfilled the expected learning outcomes.
In the event of a health emergency, the exame will be held in online mode using the Teams platform.
At the end of the oral examination, the tutors will give a final mark based on an overall evaluation of the student.
The full mark 30 out of 30 with honours will be assigned when the student's knowledge is outstanding.
The verification of the student's learning process will be based on the final oral exam which is aimed at testing the acquired knowledge by the student of the expected learning outcomes.
In order to pass exam, the student has to demonstrate a sound knowledge of the etiological basis and pathogenetic mechanisms of diseases in humans and the ability to analyze the main cellular aspects.
The following elements will contribute to the final mark: