Knowledge of the notions of specialist anatomy-physiology and of the main pathologies of the ear, nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx and salivary glands.
The student will attend the Ophthalmology wards and clinics to acquire specialist skills, learning the peculiarities of the visit and the diagnostic and therapeutic approach for patients with visual system problems.
Frontal lessons or Microsoft Teams with power point
Attendance at departments and clinics alongside medical staff.
If the teaching is given in a mixed or remote mode, the necessary changes with respect to what was previously stated may be introduced, in order to comply with the program envisaged and reported in the Syllabus.
Inflammatory and neoplastic ENT disease. Principles of clinical and instrumental diagnosis. Principles of medical and surgical treatment.
The trainee will have to acquire the following knowledge and skills:
Knowing how to carry out the medical history and physical examination of the patient with particular reference to the problems of the visual apparatus
Know the main signs and symptoms of the main eye diseases
Knowing how to formulate adequate diagnostic hypotheses
Know the clinical-instrumental examinations to be performed for the evaluation of the patient with diseases of the visual apparatus, including the main ocular semeiology techniques (ultrasound, fluorangiography, OCT, corneal topography)
Know the main medical and surgical therapeutic guidelines in reference to the ophthalmic pathology in question and the peculiarities of the patient
1. G. Rossi. Trattato di Otorinolaringoiatria. Edizioni Minerva Medica
2. E. De Campora, P. Pagnini. Otorinolaringoiatria. Ed. Elsevier
3. Maurizio Maurizi, “Clinica otorinolaringoiatrica. Basi anatomo-funzionali, patologiche e cliniche delle grandi sindromi e delle malattie.
Didactic material provided by the tutors.