The student must acquire 1) the notions necessary to recognize, describe, interpret and classify (anatomopathological diagnosis) morphological changes (lesions, alterations) both macroscopic and microscopic of the apparatuses and organs of domestic animals during diseases and 2) must be able to relate these modifications to their cause (aetiology) to their development (pathogenesis) and 3) possible evolution 4) must know the tools and methods for the execution of necroscopy 5) know how to learn the correct course of necroscopy for diagnostic and legal purposes 6) show ability to draw up the necroscopic report 6) perform correct sampling of pathological organs 7) know how to record clinical-necroscopic cases on the database
The Integrated Course aims to stimulate the student to formulate a morphological and necroscopic diagnosis by gradually arguing the individual steps that lead to the formulation of the same and is aimed at improving and protecting animal health from a One Health perspective
Integrated Course of Pathological Anatomy 2 helps to develop some skills that the student can use in his profession from the first day of work:
1.4 Communicate effectively with clients, the public, professional colleagues, and the heads of the authorities, using an appropriate language for the public concerned and in full respect of confidentiality and privacy.
1.5 Prepare accurate medical records and customer data collection, and case reports when necessary, in a form satisfactory to colleagues and understandable by the public.
1.6 Work effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team in the delivery of services.
1.10 Use professional skills to contribute to the advancement of veterinary knowledge, the One Health concept to improve animal health and welfare, the quality of animal care, and veterinary public health.
1.11 Demonstrate an ability to cope with incomplete information, face contingent situations, and adapt to change.
1.13. Demonstrate lifelong learning ability and a commitment to learning and professional development. This includes recording and reflecting on professional experience and taking steps to improve performance and competence.
1.15 Obtain an accurate and relevant history of the individual animal or group of animals and its / their environment.
1.24 Recognize the signs of possible notifiable, reported, zoonotic and abusive diseases and take appropriate action, including notification to competent authorities
1.28 Apply the principles of biosecurity correctly.
1.33. Perform a post-mortem examination, note observations, sample tissues, store and transport them.
2. Basis of knowledge and understanding
2.1 Understanding and competence in logical approaches to scientific / clinical reasoning, the distinction between the two, strengths and limitations of each.
2.5 The aetiology, pathogenesis, clinical signs, diagnosis, and treatment of common diseases and disorders in common animal species
2.7 Legislation relating to the care and welfare of animals, the movement of animals, and notifiable and notifiable diseases.
2.10 Veterinary public health topics, epidemiology, transboundary epizootic diseases,