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The Pathological Anatomy Course intends to provide students with the necessary information (cognitive learning) on the pathological bases and morphological aspects of the major human diseases with particular reference to those of the head and neck district. The morphological pictures of the main neoplastic and inflammatory diseases of numerous organs and systems and the contribution of pathological anatomy to their diagnosis will then be treated.
AIMS AND CONTENT
Systematic training in the field of pathological anatomy: damage mechanisms and clinico-pathological correlations. Systematic training in the field of pathological anatomy of the oral cavity; notions of pathological anatomy relative to other organs.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
To provide students with the general knowledge relating to the macro and microscopic morphological lesions associated with the major human diseases and the clinical-pathological correlations. Provide detailed knowledge of the pathogenesis and histo-cytopathological aspects of head and neck diseases. The student must also be able to define the role of histological, cytological and molecular investigations in the diagnostic and prognostic definition of these diseases.
Knowledge of normal human anatomy with particular focus on the cervico-facial district.
Knowledge of normal histological aspects with particular focus on the cervico-facial and digestive tract
Classroom lessons with slide projections and interactive slide seminars relating to clinical cases.
Neoplastic progression, terminology of tumors, grading and staging of malignant neoplasms
Diagnostic Techniques and Methodologies in Pathological Anatomy, intraoperative examination
Biopsy and surgical pathology
Morphology of inflammation and repair
Development and malformations of the oral cavity
Pathology of the thyroid and needle aspiration cytology
Diagnostic immunohistochemistry and ancillary techniques
Esophageal and gastric pathology
Pathology of the salivary glands
Colitis, IBD, celiac disease
Polyps and colorectal carcinoma
Lymphadenomegaly (lymphadenitis and classification of lymphomas)
Cardiovascular pathology and endocarditis
Tumors of the kidney and urinary tract
Visit to the Department of Pathological Anatomy
Pre-cancer and oral carcinoma
Hepatitis, cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma, neoplasms of the pancreas
Cutaneous pathology and melanocytic lesions, including the oral cavity
Diagnostic procedures in Pathological Anatomy (Slide seminar)
Robbins & Cotran - The pathological basis of disease. EDRA (10th Italian edition, 2022)
All the slides presented during the lessons are made available on AulaWeb
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
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ROBERTO FRANCO FIOCCA (President)
FEDERICA GRILLO (President)
MICHELE PAUDICE (President)
VALERIO GAETANO VELLONE (President)
LUCA MASTRACCI (President Substitute)
October 1st 2023
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Oral exam: 3 topics of human pathology are presented to the candidate. The candidate is given 15 minutes to organize his/her presentation, also producing written notes. An oral presentation follows on at least 2 topics. At least 2 teachers participate in the exam sequentially.
The oral examination will verify the ability to describe the pathologies covered in the course and the contribution of histo-cytopathology to the diagnosis of diseases. The correct use of the specialized lexicon and the critical reasoning ability will also be considered.