Specialities in Orthopaedics


Official data in SubjectManager for the following academic year: 2023-2024

Course director

Number of hours/semester

lectures: 12 hours

practices: 12 hours

seminars: 0 hours

total of: 24 hours

Subject data

  • Code of subject: OXE-ORS-h-T
  • 2 kredit
  • General Medicine
  • Elective modul
  • autumn

ODP-PA2-T completed , ODK-ORT-T completed , ODK-SE1-T completed

Course headcount limitations

min. 5 – max. 10

Available as Campus course for 10 fő számára. Campus-karok: ÁOK


The aim is to provide a comprehensive knowledge of different musculoskeletal disorders with special emphasis on their impact on quality of life and recent developments in their treatments.


  • 1. Specialities in pediatric orthopaedics - Dr. Szabó György
  • 2. Specialities in pediatric orthopaedics - Dr. Szabó György
  • 3. Specialities in pediatric orthopaedics - Dr. Szabó György
  • 4. Specialities in pediatric orthopaedics - Dr. Szabó György
  • 5. Specialities in spine surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 6. Specialities in spine surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 7. Specialities in spine surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 8. Specialities in spine surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 9. Special aspects of foot and shoulder surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 10. Special aspects of foot and shoulder surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 11. Special aspects of foot and shoulder surgery - Dr. Szabó György
  • 12. Special aspects of foot and shoulder surgery - Dr. Szabó György


  • 1. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 2. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 3. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 4. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 5. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 6. Participation in outpatient practice
  • 7. Participation in surgeries
  • 8. Participation in surgeries
  • 9. Participation in surgeries
  • 10. Participation in surgeries
  • 11. Participation in surgeries
  • 12. Participation in surgeries


Reading material

Obligatory literature

Mark D Miller: Review of Orthopedics, Saunders, 2004
John Crawford Adams, David L. Hamblen: Outline of Orthopaedics, Churchill Livingstone, 2001

Literature developed by the Department

Notes of lectures



Recommended literature


Conditions for acceptance of the semester

Maximum of 25 % absence allowed

Mid-term exams


Making up for missed classes

Absence from practices can be redeemed in case the time of the practice does not interfere with other practices and lectures.
Redeem can be completed under the circumstances of regular practices. Absences from up to two practices can be redeemed with other groups, but require confirmation.

Exam topics/questions

Questions for the exam
Exam will be oral.
1. Obstetrical brachial plexus injuries
2. Prearthritic conditions
3. Flat foot (pes planovalgus)
4. Benign bone tumours
5. Acetabular Protrusion
6. Tendovaginites, types and management
7. DDH, etiology and pathology of
8. Ewing's Sarcoma
9. Hallux valgus, mallet finger, digitus V. varus, bunion
10. Knee effusion, popliteal cysts
11. Gait and limping
12. Chronic osteomyelitis (Garre, Brodie's abscess)
13. Juvenile slipped upper femoral epiphysis
14. Rheumatoid arthritis, surgical aspects of
15. Ultrasound imaging in orthopedics
16. Hip osteoarthritis, clinical features, conservative management of
17. Infantile cerebral palsy
18. Scheuermann's Disease
19. Congenital torticollis (wry neck)
20. Spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, sacralisation, lumbalisation
21. Tennis elbow (humerus epicondylitis)
22. Clubfoot, etiology and pathology of
23. Congenital Coxa Vara
24. Congenital clubfoot, management of
25. Limg Equalisation
26. Perthes's Disease
27. Joint movements, contractures, angkylosis, measurement methods in orthopedics
28. Recurrent dislocation of the shoulder
29. Spondylarthritis ankylopoetica
30. Functional scoliosis, postural deformities
31. Posttraumatic dystrophy (algodystrophy) of the bone
32. Sterile necrosis of the foot bones
33. Osteoarthritis of the elbow
34. Periarthritis of the shoulder, frozen shoulder
35. Surgical options for degenerative joint diseases
36. The degenerative spine (spondylosis, low back pain)
37. Osteoclastoma (giant cell tumor)
38. DDH, clinical and X-ray features of
39. Cervical rib, thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS)
40. Cervicobrachial syndrome
41. Conservative treatment of DDH
42. Scoliosis with known etiology, treatment of
43. Recurrent dislocation of the patella
44. Early and late symptoms of knee arthritis, conservative treatment options
45. Prognostic significance of septic hip conditions in newborn
46. Knee ligament injuries
47. Femoral head necrosis
48. Meniscus injuries
49. Tuberculous arthritis
50. Joint motions, measurement of muscle strength
51. Idiopathic structural scoliosis
52. Surgical treatment of DDH
53. Chondromalacia patellae
54. Transitory coxitis, coxa saltans
55. Rehabilitation following limb amputation, ortheses, orthopedic shoes
56. Acute osteomyelitis
57. Complications of joint replacements
58. Joint prothesis types and fixation methods
59. Rocker bottom foot (vertical talus)
60. Orthopaedic aspects of osteoporosis
61. Bone substitution, bone transplantation
62. Diagnostic and treatment principles of bone tumors
63. Arthroscopy
64. Clinical and radiological features of osteogenic sarcoma, treatment options
65. Closure abnormalities of the spinal cord
66. Discus hernia, sciatica
67. Aseptic bone necroses


Instructor / tutor of practices and seminars

  • Dr. Antal Hunor
  • Dr. Horváth Ádám
  • Dr. Schlégl Ádám Tibor
  • Dr. Szabó György
  • Dr. Szuper Kinga