DIANZANI ISTITUZIONI DI PATOLOGIA GENERALE PDF


Alessandro Riberi: un mito della medicina torinese dell’ Dianzani, M U ( Mario Istituzioni di patologia generale Dianzani, M U (Mario Umberto), Dianzani “Istituzioni di Patologia Generale” IV ed – UTET ed. Educational objectives, This course is for the student the first teaching that allows to understand the. Reference texts, -PONTIERI FRATI, RUSSO: Volume I- Patologia Generale. Fisiopatologia Generale Ed. PICCIN -DIANZANI: Istituzioni di Patologia Generale.

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Course level “LM” Second cycle degree course Reference. A high school diploma is required for admission. A first-level degree is required for admission. Skip to main content. People search Search with a name Search with a name.

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Text size Normal Large. Educational objectives This patllogia is for the student the first teaching that allows to understand the genetic diseases as well as diseases by environmental, physical and chemical agents. The main aim of this teaching is to provide students with the bases needed to address not only the causes of disease, but also the pathological effect on cells and tissues, strengthening knowledge of physiology and molecular and chemical biology needed to understand pathological processes from molecules to human physiological vianzani.

Main knowledge acquired will be: Knowledge of mutations and corresponding diseasesEffects of chromosomal alterationsEvaluation of congenital diseasesEffects of environmental, chemical and physical agents on molecular structures of cellsEssential knowledge of cell response to various causes of disease and pathological consequencesFeatures of cell deathThe main competences will be: Identification of causes of disease to give the correct clinical approach of diseasesAnalysis of biomedical information from diagnostic techniques.

Prerequisites In order to be able to understand and patologiia the majority of argument described within the Course, it is necessary to have successfully passed the Physiology exam. Moreover, other topics matter of the module require deep knowledge of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Anatomy and Histology. Their knowledge represents a mandatory prerequisite for student planning to follow this course with profit.

Teaching methods Face-to-face and seminar lectures with audiovisual material on all subjects of the Course Other information No additional information Learning verification modality The exam consists of an oral test as interview of about minutes long aiming to ascertain the knowledge level and the understanding capability acquired by the student on issues proposed.

The examination, as a whole, allows fenerale verify both the ability istituzionii knowledge and understanding, and the ability to apply the acquired skills and to develop solutions for independent judgement.

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Concept of etiology and pathogenesis. Monogenic autosomal and heterochromosomes. Genetic heterogeneity, allelic heterogeneity, interactions between genes and their products, gene-environment interactions, dynamics and somatic mutations, epigenetic modifications. Istiuzioni in the DNA repair mechanisms. Genetic susceptibility to disease in humans. Pathology of the genetic defect blood: Thalassemia – Spherocytosis – sickling – Hemophilia.

Metabolism of amino acids: Mutation of receptor proteins and transport systems: Wolman’s disease, lipidosis, gangliosidosis, mucopolysaccharidosis and glycogenosis. Mutation of extracellular structural tenerale Pathology of hereditary collagen S. Ehler Danlos syndrome inherited disorder of elastic fibers Marfan S. Diseases of mitochondrial DNA mutations and Impriniting.

Disease complex and multifactorial inheritance. Numerical and structural chromosome abnormalities: Down syndrome, Turner syndrome and Klinefelter syndrome. Introduction to Instrumental Analysis of gene expression in the diagnosis of human diseases. Embryopathy and fetopathy physical, infectious, endocrine, and toxic. Low and high temperatures generqle and burns. Dl and environmental poisons. Oxidative stress and reperfusion injury.

Infections, infections and intoxications. Natural defense mechanisms and tissue response against pathogens. Physiological and pathological causes atrophy. Vacuolar and hydropic degeneration.

Hyaline degeneration and mucosa.

Study-unit GENERAL PATHOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 1 – Degree Course: Medicine and surgery

Hyaline degeneration, fibrinoid and mucosa. Extracellular matrix and its components: Cell-matrix interactions and their alterations. Various types of necrosis. The results of the necrotic process. Molecular events of apoptotic death. Calcification and heterotopic ossification.

Educational objectives This course is for the student the first teaching that allows to understand the senescence and the aging of cells and their mechanisms to adapt to reversible or irreversible injury. Knowledge of adaptive mechanisms of cellsTheory of senescence and their mechanisms in mitotic and post-mitotic cellsAging and cellular mechanism of diseasesKnowledge of pathology of cell bloodThe main competences will be: Teaching methods The exam consists of an oral test as interview of about minutes long aiming to ascertain the knowledge level and the understanding capability acquired by the student on issues proposed.

Other information No additional information Learning verification modality The exam consists of an oral test as interview of about minutes long aiming to ascertain the knowledge level and the understanding capability acquired by the student on issues proposed.

Extended program Hypertrophy and hyperplasia physiological and causes. Atrophy, regenerative process in cell labile, stable and perennial. Senescence in cells and post-mitotic intermitotiche.

Aging of the organism, cellular and subcellular. White blood cells and leukocytosis. Platelets and the process of hemostasis. The inflammation Alteration of the immune system. Frati – Patologia Generale – Ed. Piccin Robbins e Cotran – Le basi patologiche delle malattie – Ed. Fondamenti clinico patologici in medicina – Ed. Ambrosiana Educational objectives At the end of the course students are expected to have obtained sufficient basic knowledge on molecular aspects of inflammation and oncogenesis, as well as on elements of the pathophysiology of organs and systems, with the intent to provide clinical perspectives.

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Teaching methods Frontal lessons Learning verification modality Oral exam Extended program The inflammation – General characters. Distinguishing acute vs chronic inflammation. The plasma and tissue mediators. The acute phase proteins. The cells of acute inflammation. Diapedesis, chemotaxis and phagocytosis. The different types of acute inflammation: The cells of chronic inflammation. The repair processes and the granulation tissue. Alteration of the immune system – Pathology of the general system.

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This course is for the student the first teaching that allows to understand the genetic diseases as well as diseases by environmental, physical and chemical agents.

In order to be able istituzinoi understand and apply the majority of argument described within the Course, it is necessary to have successfully passed the Physiology exam. The exam consists of an oral test as interview of about minutes long aiming to ascertain the knowledge level and the understanding capability acquired by the student on issues proposed. Atrophy and cell injuryRegeneration and adaptive cell responsesAging and senescencePathology of blood and altered activity of blood cells.

This course is for the patolohia the first teaching that allows to understand the senescence and the aging of cells and their mechanisms to adapt to reversible or irreversible injury. Hypertrophy and hyperplasia physiological and causes. The essential elements of the course are: At the end of the course students are expected to have obtained sufficient basic knowledge on molecular aspects of inflammation and oncogenesis, as well as on elements of the pathophysiology vi organs and systems, with the intent to provide clinical perspectives.

The inflammation – General characters.