Lectures are intended for students of general medicine as supplementary education material of Surgery 2. The lectures include: Surgery of the neck, thyroid gland and parathyroid gland; Surgery of the thoracic wall; Surgery of the breast; Surgery of the mediastinum, esophagus and diaphragm and many other related topics.
Lectures for students of general medicine as supplementary education material specifying basic surgical topics in the study subject Surgery 6. The lectures include those topics: Burns; Orthopedy; Urology; Oncosurgery; Pediatric Surgery; Vessel and heart Surgery; Resuscitation and intensive care; Acute Abdomen; Chest and mediastinum Surgery; Transport Principles of patients and injured under shock, unconsciousness and with a spine injury; Neurosurgery.
The basic principles of plastic surgery as coverage of skin defect, direct closure, skin grafts, flaps, classification, configuration, components, circulation, complication and basic principles of microsurgery and replantation surgery as introduction, amputation, replantation, revascularization, indication, treatment, transport, monitoring, complication and hand surgery.
Thoracic Surgery - Surgery of The Chest Wall, Pleura, Lungs, Trachea, Mediastinum and Oesophagus. Deformities. Pectus excavatum. Pectus carinatum. Polands syndrome. Sternal cleft. Chest wall tumors. Clinical presentation and diagnosis. Therapy. Pleural effusions. Etiology. Diagnosis. Treatment. Malignant. Empyema. Patophysiology. Chylothorax. Pneumothorax - spontaneous, traumatic and latrogenic. VTS. Tension pneumothorax. Pleural tumors. Bening pleural mesothelioma. Malignant pleural mesothelioma. Lungs. Bacterial infections. Tuberculosis. Fungal infections of the Lung. Lung Cancer. Pathology. Symptoms. Pulmonary metastases. Tracheostomy. Postintubational tracheal injury. Neoplasms of Trachea. Mediastinitis. Primary neoplasms and Cysts. Classification. Anatomic localisation. Compression and invasion sympltoms. Disorders of esophageal motility. Achalasia. Diverticula of Esophagus. Benign tumors and Cysts of Esophagus. Esophageal Carcinoma. Perforation of Esophagus.