Requirements to knowledge and practical skills
As a result of studying the
discipline "Dermatovenerology" in the volume of 145 academic hours 3-4 year student
should know: etiology, classification, pathogenesis, clinical picture, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, methods of treatment and prevention of the most common skin diseases and sexually transmitted infections;
should be able to:
recognize primary and secondary morphological elements of skin rashes;
make a plan for examining a patient using clinical, laboratory and other research methods, evaluate their results;
apply clinical protocols (standards) for the diagnosis and treatment of the most common skin diseases and sexually transmitted infections;
modern methods of clinical, instrumental, laboratory and other examinations used in dermatovenereology;
modern methods of general and local treatment of skin diseases and sexually transmitted infections;
methods for the prevention of skin diseases and sexually transmitted infections.
The structure of the curriculum for the discipline "Dermatovenerology" is presented in two sections: "Dermatology" and "Venereology". The section “Dermatology” includes questions of general dermatology:
-- history of dermatology, structure, physiology of the skin, causes;
-- skin diseases, methods for diagnosing dermatoses, general and local issues;
-- treatment) and private dermatology (etiopathogenesis, clinical manifestations;
-- diagnosis, treatment and prevention of certain diseases and groups of diseases.
The section “Venereology” includes questions of epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted infections (syphilis, gonococcal infection, non-gonococcal lesions of the genitourinary tract, chancroid, venereal lymphogranuloma and HIV infection).
Forms of current certification: credit-test in the 6th semester, examination in the 7th semester.
As a result of studying “Dermatovenerology” in the 6th year (specialty “General Medicine”) in the volume of 42 academic hours at the Medical Faculty for International Students, the student
- primary and secondary morphological elements of the skin rash, their main pathomorphological features;
- etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnostic methods and differential diagnosis, treatment and prevention of skin and sexually transmitted diseases in countries with a hot climate;
be able to:
- determine the primary and secondary morphological elements of the rash;
- conduct a comprehensive examination of patients with skin diseases and STIs;
- draw up a plan for laboratory and instrumental examination of patients with skin and sexually transmitted diseases;
-explain the results of surveys;
- formulate a diagnosis;
- prescribe treatment according to the nosology, clinical form and severity of the disease;
- identify measures to prevent skin and sexually transmitted diseases specific to countries with a hot climate;
- draw up medical documentation; own:
- methods of examination of patients;
- methods of diagnosis and differential diagnosis of skin diseases and STIs specific to countries with hot climates.