Learning outcomes of the course unit
understanding the pathophysiologic basis of principal urologic diseases. 2) Identifying the elements featuring the above-mentioned illnesses, defining their main pathologic aspects and understanding the relationships among histologic damage, functional lesions and related symptoms. 3) Acquiring critical awareness of the indications and limits of clinical, instrumental and laboratory investigations.
Passing all pre-clinical exams
Course contents summary
Clnical and therapeutical aspects of benign and malignant neoplasia of the Kidney,bladder prostate (including prostate adenomyofibroma)and the testicle. Inguinoscrotal pathology: torsion of the testicle,hydrocele, varicocele. Neurogenic bladder.Incontinence of urine.Sexual impotence.
Schena, Selvaggi et al.: Malattie dei Reni e delle vie Urinarie. Mc Graw Hill Ed.
Oral and practical lessons
Assessment methods and criteria
Joined quiz and written exam