GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Students must acquire the knowledge to treat and monitor a foetus in the uterus using ultrasound methodologies before and after the foetus has reached an autonomous ability to live.
Students must have attended propedeutic lectures.
Course contents summary
Course programme: 1st trimester pathology, multiple pregnancies; delay in growth (S GA-IUGR), invasive and non-invasive prenatal diagnosis, ultrasound during pregnancy 1st, 2nd, 3rd trimester; uterus-vaginal malformations; association of maternal factors in pelvic pathology; maternal-foetus infections (toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus, herpes, rubella, parvovirus, mumps, chickenpox, measles, etc.); physical principles of different types of ultrasound: B/W, Colour, Power, 3-4D, TA,TV.
Ostetricia e Ginecologia : C. Nappi , Idelson-Gnocchi – Naples, 2004
Lectures and practice.
Assessment: oral test following the exam calendar.
Student requirements: attendance of at least three quarters of the lecture hours and the study of the recommended texts.