Author: Ján Mojžiš, Ladislav Mirossay
Lectures from the subject of Pharmacology 1 are intended for students of the third year of the study program General Medicine. They should serve as an auxiliary study material for mastering the basic principles of pharmacology and gaining an overview about the various groups of drugs used in human medicine.
Author: Zuzana Gdovinová
Lectures from the subject of Neurology 2 are intended for students of the fourth year of the study program General Medicine. The individual records of the lecturers explain the main topics according to the current curriculum of the subject, including the topics such as ischemic stroke and many more.
Materials for lectures from the subject Pharmacology 2 are intended for students of the 3rd year of the study program Dental Medicine. They should serve as an auxiliary material for mastering the basic principles of pharmacology and gaining an overview about the various groups of drugs used in human medicine.
Author: Maroš Rudnay, Katarína Kriegerová
Commented records of practical seminars, which serve as an aid/notes to individual seminars in addition to the study of recommended literature. They are intended for students of general and dental medicine to study the subject of radiodiagnostics. They process individual imaging modalities and their application for specific indications.
Materials for lectures from the subject Pharmacology 1 are intended for students of the 3rd year of the study program Dental Medicine. They should serve as an auxiliary material for mastering the basic principles of pharmacology and gaining an overview about the various groups of drugs used in human medicine.
Author: Vincent Nagy
Urology is the branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the male and female urinary-tract system and the male reproductive organs. Organs under the domain of urology include the kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra, and the male reproductive organs (testes, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate, and penis).
Author: Mária Mareková, Marek Stupák, Peter Urban, Katarína Dubayová
Biochemistry has an irreplaceable role in study of medicine. The students should learn about biochemical reactions beyond all living processes including diseases. The knowledge will help them later to diagnose and treat many diseases correctly. Biochemistry is so fundamental for study of pathobiochemistry, physiology, pathophysiology, clinical biochemistry and other subjects of medicine.
Author: Monika Moravská, Marek Horňák, Miriama Skirková, Paulína Hribová
Ophthalmology lectures provide general overview and information about anatomy, physiology, pathologies and their treatment of each structure of the eyeball and its protective structures. These lecture notes represent basic material for Ophthalmology study and are intended for students of doctoral study programs.
Author: Květuše Lovásová, Adriana Boleková, Dalibor Kolesár
These presentations included here represent a series of the second group of lectures for students of Dental Medicine in the first year of study. Lectures are dedicated to understand the regional anatomy of head and neck, including individual parts of central nervous system – spinal cord and brain, also muscles, arteries, veins, lymphatic structures, and nerves of head and neck. The group of presentations continues with the description of topographical anatomy of head and neck structures, sensory organs their nerve pathways, endocrine system, and skin.
Trauma is defined as a physical injury or a wound to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent. Trauma is the sixth leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 10% of all mortalities. It accounts for approximately 5 million deaths each year worldwide and causes disability to millions more. About half of all deaths due to trauma are in people aged 15–45 years and in this age it is the leading cause of death.
Author: Ingrid Hodorová, Dalibor Kolesár, Silvia Rybárová, Jozef Mihalik
Lectures are devoted to students of the 1st year of study - General medicine. The students can find here all the lectures for summer term including thoracic wall, mediastinum, heart, respiratory system, abdominal wall, digestive system, peritoneum, retroperitoneum, urinary system, reproductive systems and pelvis.
The incidence of urolithiasis is 0.1-0.5-1%.The prevalence of of urolithiasis nearby 4%, in children 5,8/100, 000 children/year, M: F ratio 2:1. Recurency only once in a lifetime in about 50%. Different urolithiasis composition and metabolic changes in 50-75% pts. Etiology is unknown. There are multifactorial nature, endogenous, exogenous causes, intranefrotic, extranefrotic creation, metabolic disorders, local factors in the urinary tract as a small diuresis, immobilization, genetic factors-polygenic effect (RTAs and cystinuria), familial clustering, the impact of welfare (climate, social factors, physical activity, occupation, gender, age, ethnic and genetic influences, food, water, pregnancy, lactation, etc.).