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Dr. Rolland Péter GYULAI (firstname.lastname@example.org), professor
Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Oncodermatology
Code of subject: OAK-BOR-T | 4 credit | General Medicine | Clinical module | autumn
Prerequisites: OAA-IMM-T completed , OAP-BPR-T completed , OAP-PH1-T parallelExam course: no
28 lectures + 28 practices + 0 seminars = total of 56 hours
min. 5 – max. 140 person
Aim of the subject:
The purpose of the education in Dermatology is to get the students acquainted with the clinical and epidemic features of dermatological and venereal diseases in the general medical practice, moreover their pathomechanisms and therapeutic possibilities.
The students pick up a reliable and necessary knowledge on the treatment of the most common dermatological disorders throughout the patient examinations and interventions/procedures under the auspices of practical education.
Dermatology is taught for a semester in the 4th year at the Medical School. Two hours of theoretical and two hours of practical education are provided each week. Participation in the lectures is facultative. Participation in the practical education is obligatory. Maximum six hours of absence from the practical education are allowed to have the semester accepted by the Department of Dermatology.
T. B. Fitzpatrick, R.A. Johnson, K. Wolff, D. Suurmond: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology. Common and Serious Diseases, 4th edition, The McGraw-Hill Companies, United States of America, 2001 ISBN 0071360387, International Edition ISBN 007116295X
J. A. A. Hunter: Clinical Dermatology, Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1992, ISBN 0632019557
Acceptance of the semester: if not more than 1/3 of the obligatory clinical practices is missed.
Two midterm written exam during the semester.
Attending the practices is obligatory. If someone misses a practice for any reason, he/she is asked to attend the practice in question given to another group.
Examination: at the end of the semester of Dermatology education the students are obliged to take a semester examination. The examination is divided into two parts: patient examination and theoretical examination in the oral test.
A. Basic topics
3. Basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma
4. Atopic dermatitis
5. Leg ulcer
6. Skin diseases caused by human papilloma virus (HPV)
7. Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infections of the skin
8. Skin diseases caused by varicella zoster virus
9. Autoimmune bullous skin diseases
10. Lupus erythematosus and its variants
11. Scleroderma and its variants
12. Malignant melanoma
13. Fungual diseases of the skin and its appendages
14. Drug allergy
16. Scabies, pediculosis
17. Pigmented nevi
19. Contact dermatitis
20. Praecancerous lesions and intraepidermal carcinoma
21. Cutaneous and mucosal manifestations and treatment of syphilis
22. Diagnosis and treatment of gonorrhoea
23. Acne and its treatment
24. Local therapy in dermatology
1. The structure of the skin and its function
4. Symptomes, diagnosis and treatment of non-gonorrhoeic urethritis
5. Clinical forms and treatment of Kaposi s sarcome
6. Lichen planus
7. Clinical outcome and symptomes of AIDS
8. Benign tumours of the skin
9. Paraneoplastic skin disorders
10. Rosacea, rhinophyma
11. Tuberculosis of the skin and its treatment
12. Photodermatoses and phototherapy
13. Lyme Borreliosis
14. Types of allergic skin reactions
15. Cutaneous manifestation of diabetes mellitus
16. Primary skin lesions, basics of dermatohistopathology
17. Secondary skin lesions, basics of dermatohistopathology
18. Cutaneous T-cell lymphomas