GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to make the student able to acquire and understand the physiology of early pregnancy
Course contents summary
In the first part of the course explains the bases of physiology and embryology of the placenta , of amniotic fluid and of fetal adnexa .
The second part covers the aspects related to fecundation, menstruation, contraception (mechanisms).
In the third part of the course discusses the various aspects of pregnancy:
- normal pregnancy, twin physiological pregnancy and signs of disease; - extra-uterine pregnancy; - vesicular mole; miscarriage (notes); obstetric sonogram (notes)
Physiology of the placenta
Embryology of the placenta, of the amniotic fluid and of the fetal adnexa
Fecundation, menstruation, contraception (mechanisms)
Pregnancy: normal pregnancy, twin pregnancy-physiological signs of disease, - extra-uterine pregnancy; - vesicular mole
Obstetric sonogram (notes).
Notes provided by the teacher
Assessment methods and criteria