In the field of Ophthalmology at the end of the course, students are expected to be familiar with the main ocular disorders, the differential diagnosis of "red eye", ambyopia, the role of the eye in the early diagnosis of important systemic diseases (i.e. multiple sclerosis, diabetes mellitus, thyrotoxicosis, collagenopathies, etc.), and the main surgical procedures in ophthalmology (keratoplasty, cataract surgery, retinal detachment surgery). Furthermore, students should develop suffcient knowledge to suspect important ophtalmic and neuro-ophthalmological emergencies, such as acute angle-closure glaucoma, central retinal aertery occlusion, intracavernal carotid artery aneurism rupture.
In Dermatology, at the end of the course,The student will know the anatomy, physiology and functions of the skin and mucous membranes and the most frequent diseases : Bacterial, viral fungal and bullous autoimmune diseases;Dermatitis, Urticaria, Lichen ruber planus,Psoriasis, Acne; Drug reactions. The student acquires knowledge about the clinical and diagnostic aspects of melanocytic lesions and epithelial tumors.
As for Venereology, at the end of the course the student knows the main sexually transmitted infections, the methods of infection, the clinical diagnostic features, the differential diagnostics and the relative therapies.
Concerning Plastic Surgery, at the end of the course the student will have a detailed knowledge of wound healing and expertise in physiopathology and clinics in plastic surgery and in the application of basic, advanced, microsurgical regenerative and mini invasive techniques in traumatic, neoplastic, malformative and aesthetic conditions in the field of plastic surgery. The student will be able to recognize, assess and manage patients with non-healing wounds, burns, skin tumours, common congenital malformations postmastectomy reconstructions, head and neck reconstruction, hand and limb reconstruction, on the basis of evidence based medicine and gender medicine.