Lectures are devoted to the students of the 1st study year in the field of General medicine. The students can find here the supporting material in the form of lecture notes from Histology and Embryology 1. The slides offered here describe particular topics according to the syllabus they have to pass during summer term.
Selected lectures from Neurology are devoted to the students of General medicine in the fourth study year. The students can find here the supporting materials to study Neurology topics in the form of lecture notes that should be used in combination with recommended literature. The slides offered here describe particular topics according to the syllabus.
Selected lectures from Urology are devoted to the students of General medicine in the fifth and sixth study years. The students can find here the supporting materials to study Urology topics in the form of lecture notes that should be used in combination with recommended literature. The slides offered here describe particular topics according to the syllabus.
The presentations included here represent a series of lectures for students of Dental Medicine in the first year of study. Individual lectures correlate with recent curriculum of the course and have to be used especially as auxiliary education material specifying basic structures of all presented topics.
Biostatistics represents a collection of methods for planning biological experiments, obtaining various medical data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting, and drawing conclusions. Our primary goal is to provide the students the basic information needed to be able to interpret the types of studies, as well as to perform basic analyses.
This work was supported by the national grant KEGA 011UPJŠ-4/2019 "Increasing of competences and critical thinking level in students of medical study programs using simulation tools of Problem-Based Learning and Evidence-Based Medicine".
This lecture is aimed on the most often communication situations appeared between dentist and his/her patients that have to be solved during the dental treatment. It is also intended on the principles of their effective communication. The lecture contains part about situational factors influencing communication, and the last part including 9 most needed communication skills that dentists have to use in their daily practice.
Topics for practical lessons from Anatomy 2 are developed for foreign students of General Medicine and are arranged into weeks according to the study plan. Individual topics include thoracic wall, diaphragm, breast and mammary gland, mediastinum and heart, respiratory system, nasal cavity, nasopharynx etc.
Lectures for students of general medicine as supplementary education material specifying basic orthopedic topics in the study subject Surgery. The lectures include Avascular bone necrosis; Congenital musculoskeletal deformities, Deformities of spine, Diseases of muscles and tendons, Infection of musculoskeletal system, Limb length discrepancy, Metabolic bone diseases, Neuromuscular disorders, Orthopedics – definition, Osteoarthritis, Static deformities of foot, Tissue engineering in orthopaedics and Tumors.
The family of Mycobacteriaceae contains the single genus Mycobacterium with over 150 species. They are broadly distributed in various natural environments, and with several notable exceptions, they do not appear in parasitic or disease associations. This genus also includes Mycobacerium tuberculosis, currently responsible for serious bacterial infections of humans in many parts of the world, with millions of deaths annually. Other Mycobacterium species can cause a variety of infections as well; for example, worldwide, there are over quarter million new cases of leprosy, a debilitating disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae. A number of mycobacterial saprophytes have been shown to cause opportunistic infections in immunocompromised individuals, and many are pathogens of animals.
The topics of practical exercise on Medical biophysics are closely related to the course Medical Biophysics for Dental Medicine students. The present contribution involves the theoretical documentation of selected topics as well as the empty reports for each topic. The order of reports follows the exercise plan.