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Winter semester

Lectures in Internal Medicine 2 are held online using MS Teams according the time schedule for the semester. The detailed schedule of the lectures you can find on the guarantee department web site.

The schedule of practicals for each study group you can find on the web sites of the departments, on which do you have the practical clinical training (according the time schedule for the semester). 

Assessment of the student's study results is performed especially by course assessment (CE) - writing a credit test. The test will can place in two possible dates:
1. at the final (last) internship of the study group
2. in a midterm week or during the examination period
The term has to choose the head of the clinic, where learning takes place. Dates have to be placed in the AIS system and on the website of the clinic. 

A student signs up for an examination and signs out electronically via Academic Information System AIS. Students can sign up for exam only after completing of all presences on practicals.

A test is considered successfully passed if the student has at least 60% correct answers. If a student has less than 60% correct answers, his/her exam will be evaluated "Fx" and the test will have to be repeated. Every student can repeat the test maximal twice.

PRACTICALS in Internal Medicine 2

Content: respiratory medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology 

Students should acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills in diagnosing and treating the underlying disease units in pneumology and rheumatology. Understand the pathophysiologic nature of the disease. Acquire knowledge for differential diagnostic consideration

Practicals: 
  1. Basic examination methods in pneumology, X-ray, chest CT, bronchoscopy. Functional lung test. Spirometry. Acute respiratory insufficiency.
  2. Infections and tumors of the upper respiratory tracts and lungs. Lung abscess. Emphysema of the lungs. Pleural puncture. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Asthma bronchiale. Cor pulmonale chronicum.
  3. Tuberculosis. Differential diagnosis of tuberculosis on X-ray. Tuberculosis treatment regimens.
  4. Lung tumors. Individual examination of the patient with respiratory disease  and writing clinical status.  
  5. Joints, bones and connective tissue disorders. Examination of a patient with rheumatic disease. Basic diagnostic approaches.
  6. Rheumatology - extraarticular manifestations of rheumatic diseases. Fundamentals of treatment, including biological treatment in rheumatology.
  7. Metabolic bone diseases. Osteoporosis.

Credit test is written at a date determined by the head of the clinic where learning takes place (unless guranteer specified otherwise).

Summer Semester

Lectures in Internal Medicine 3 are held online using MS Teams according the time schedule for the semester. The detailed schedule of the lectures you can find on the guarantee department web site.

The schedule of practicals for each study group you can find on the web sites of the departments, on which do you have the practical clinical training (according the time schedule for the semester). 

Assessment of the student's study results is performed especially by course assessment (CE) - writing a credit test. Students will write the credit test at guarantee department. Test is held in the examination period. Publisizing the list of examination questions is provided by the Head of the Clinic at least one month before the first possible date of the examination on the web page.

A student signs up for an examination and signs out electronically via Academic Information System AIS. Students can sign up for exam only after completing of all presences on practicals.

A test is considered successfully passed if the student has at least 60% correct answers. If a student has less than 60% correct answers, his/her exam will be evaluated "Fx" and the test will have to be repeated. Every student can repeat the test maximal twice.

PRACTICALS in Internal medicine 3

Content: gastroenterology, hematology

Students should acquire theoretical knowledge and practical skills in diagnosing and treating the underlying disease units in gastroenterology, hepatology and hematology. Understand the pathophysiologic nature of the disease. Acquire knowledge for differential diagnostic consideration

Practicals:
  1. Physical examination of abdomen. Imaging examination methods in gastroenterology (sonography, irigography, enteroclysis, CT, NMR). Laboratory examination methods in gastroenterology (hematological and biochemical tests.)
  2. Emergency conditions (acute complications) in gastroenterology with a focus on acute GI-bleeding.
  3. Endoscopic examination of the gastrointestinal tract. Ascites punction.
  4. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Colon diseases.
  5. Liver disease. Liver cirrhosis - diagnostics, clinical findings and basics of therapy. Liver biopsy.
  6. Anemias. Blood transfusion - indication, contraindications, progression, complications.
  7. Leukemias. Splenomegaly. Lymphadenopathy. Blood coagulation disorders.

Credit test is written at a date determined by the head of the clinic where learning takes place (unless guranteer specified otherwise).