Learning outcomes of the course unit
Goals: By the end of the course the student is expected to have learned elements of pathogenesis, symptomatology, diagnostics and treatment of a number of pathological conditions of surgical interest which require radiological investigation during the diagnostic and/or treatment phases
Course contents summary
Elements of esophageal pathology.
Elements of pathology of the gastroesophageal junction.
Elements of stomach pathology.
Elements of pathology of the biliary tree and the gall bladder.
Elements of pancreatic pathology.
Elements of colon pathology.
Pathophysiological bases and clinical elements of intestinal occlusion.
Pathophysiological bases and clinical elements of peritonitis
1. Malattie dell?apparato gastrointestinale. L. Okolicsaniy, A. Pernacchia, L. Roncoroni, McGraw-Hill, 3a edizione, 2004
2. Chirurgia d?urgenza. Amilton Bailey (edizione italiana a cura di G. Piat), Antonio Delfino Editore.
Teaching methods: classroom lectures, activities in small groups in a surgery department and in the operating room.
Evaluation method: . Oral exam