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Erasmus

COURSE DESCRIPTION AND

STUDY REGULATIONS

 

 

Programme: Medicine, Uniform Master Level

 

Course: OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

 

Course type:

COMPULSATORY                           ELECTIVE

 

ECTS credits:  5

 
                                                                                                                                                      

Nominated teacher(s): Irena Hočevar Boltežar

 

Valid for academic year: 2017/2018

 

Associated/participating departments or institutes involved in the course:

Department of Otorhinolaryngology

Institute of Pathology

Department of Infectious Diseases

Deaprtment of Diagnostic Imaging

 

 Date of issue: 12/9/017

 

1. Course objectives

Students get knowledge about diseases of ears, nose and paranasal sinuses, oral cavity, pharynx, larynx and neck abnormalities, causes of hearing loss, smell and taste dysfunction. During clinical practise they learn techniques of otorhinolaryngological examination. They also  learn to  apply urgent medical help and to treat otorhinolaryngological patients. The acquired knowledge is used in practise.

 

2. Course description (in accordance with rules of assessment and examination*)

In the course, there are 21 hours of lectures and seminars, and 30 hours of practical work.The exact programme for all groups of students can be found on the website of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology (http://www.mf.uni-lj.si/korl/erasmus). The presence on entire practical part of the course is mandatory (100%). The student must attend 50% of the lectures and seminars. The presence is checked. In the case of absence at practical work, the student must present a written exculpation for it. The missing day of the practical work must be compensated in the agreement with the assistant teacher and pedagogical nurse.

 

3. Description of assessment of knowledge and skills during the course

The knowledge and skills are assessed during practical work.

 

4. Eligibility requirements for the examination (course exam)

The course exam is practical and theoretical. The practical part takes place in the practical work hall at the University Department of Otorhinolaryngology, ground floor according to the programme of the course (marked as A3, B3, C3 or D3). The prerequisite for accession to the exam is completed practical work. The student demonstrates the skills of clinical otorhinolaryngological examination and basic knowledge about anatomy and physiology of the ear, nose, throat and neck. Practical part grades: pass / fail.

 

5. Final examination (Course exam): description of examination procedure

The final course exam is written and oral. The prerequisite for accession to the final exam is successful passing the practical part. It represents written answers to 10-20 short essay questiones (60 minutes). Every answer gets 1-3 points according to the extent of the demanded answer.

Positive mark is achieved when the student collects 51% of all possible points or more:

               51-60 % = sufficient (6)

               61-70 % = good (7)

               71-80 % = very good (8)

               81-90 % = very good (9)

               91-100 % = excellent (10)

On demand of the student or the examinator there is also an oral completition of the exam taking place. The student answers 3 questions from the field. The final mark is the mean valus of the written part and the oral part of the exam.

The final written exam takes place at the Department of Otorhinolaryngology and Cervicofacial Surgery in the lecture romm (ground floor).

Written exam date: 19.10. 2017  (8:00 - 9:00)

 

6. Additional provisions related to student assessment

In the case of failure at the written exam but achieving 41 points or more, the patient can repeat the exam at the next term – only oral part.

 

7. Other

7.1 Recommended literature 

 

(available in the Central Medicine Library, Faculty of Medicine):

-      Probst R, Grevers G, Iro H. Basic Otorhinolaryngology: A Step-By Step Learning Guide. Thieme, 2005

-      Kambič V., Otorinolaringologija, Mladinska knjiga, Ljubljana, 1984

-      Becker W, Naumann HH, Pfaltz CR. Ear, Nose and Throat diseases, Thieme, 1994

 

7.2 Required topics

 

Ears, hearing, and balance

Congenital malformations of the external ear

Foreign body in the external earl

Cerumen

Othematoma

Other injuries of the external ear

Inflammation of the auricle

Inflammation of the external ear canal

Congenital malformations of the middle ear

Ear drum perforation

Temporal bone fracture

Acute otitis media

Secretory otitis media

Chronic otitis media

Mastoiditis

Other exo- and endocranial complications of middle ear inflammation

Tympanosclerosis

Otosclerosis

Conductive hearing loss

Sensorineural hearing loss

Congenital hearing loss

Acute and chronic acoustic trauma

Presbyacusis

Hearing loss due to medication

Labyrinthitis

Benign paroxysmal position vertigo

Menniere's disease and syndrome

Neurinoma of the  statoacoustic nerve

Paresis and paralysis of the facial nerve

Benign tumors of the outer and middle ear

Malignant tumors of the outer and middle ear

 

Nose and paranasal sinuses

Choanal atresia

Other congenital malformations of the nose

Nasal septum deviation

Foreign body in the nose

Nose injuries, nasal bone fracture

Nasal septum hematoma and abscess

Frontoethmoidal and frontonasae trauma

Epistaxis

Furuncle and other skin diseases of the nose

Acute rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis - seasonal and perennial

Chronic non-allergic rhinitis - hypertrophic and atrophic

Rhinitis caused by medicaments

Rhinogenic headache

Acute inflammation of the paranasal cavities

Chronic inflammation of the paranasal cavities

Orbital cellulitis as a complication of paranasal sinusitis

Nasal polyposis

Benign tumors of the nose and paranasal cavities

Malignant tumors of the nose and paranasal cavities

Olfactory disorders

 

Oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus and neck

Cleft lip and palate

Injuries of the palate and other part of oral cavity

Herpes labialis

Inflammation of the oral cavity

Leukoplakia in the oral cavity

Candidiasis of the oral cavity and pharynx

Hyperplasia of the Waldeyer's lymphatic ring

Foreign bodies in the pharynx

Acute inflammation of the pharynx

Infectious mononucleosis

Chronic inflammation of the pharynx

Chronic tonsillitis

Peritonsillar abscess

Retropharyngeal and parapharyngeal abscesses

Paresthesias of the pharynx

Congenital laryngeal malformations

Laryngotracheal injuries

Foreign body of the larynx, trachea and bronchia

Acute laryngitis and tracheitis

Chronic laryngitis and tracheitis

Subglottic laryngitis

Epiglotitis

Acute laryngeal oedema

Stenosis of the larynx and trachea

Benign hyperplastic laryngeal epithelial lesions

Functional voice disorders

Paralysis of the recurrent laryngeal nerve

Sialolithiasis

Acute and chronic inflammation of the salivary glands

Sialadenosis

Zenker's diverticule

Congenital malformations of the oesophagus

Stenosis of the esophagus

Foreign bodies in the esophagus

Oesophageal injuries

Benign and malignant tumors of the oral cavity, lips and tongue

Benign and malignant tumors of the jaws

Benign and malignant tumors of the salivary glands

Benign and malignant tumors of pharynx and larynx

Benign and malignant tumors of the thyroid gland

Benign and malignant tumors of the trachea and esophagus

Medial neck cysts

Lateral neck cysts and fistulas

Lymphadenopathy of the neck

Benign and malignant tumors on the neck

 

7.3. Lectures

 

No of the lecture

Lecturer

Topic

1

Hočevar

Introduction, examination methods in ENT

2

Battelino

Hearing disorders I.

3

Zidar

Pathohistology of ENT diseases

4

Zidar

Pathohistology of ENT diseases

5

Battelino

Hearing disorders II.

6

Battelino

Balance disorders

7

Šurlan

Imaging in ENT

8

Soklič

Trauma of the nose and epistaxis

9

Logar

The use of antibiotics in ENT

10

Jenko

Infections of the nasal and paranasal cavities

11

Grošelj

Neck masses

12

Urbančič

Tumours of nasal and paranasal cavities

13

Aničin

Tumours of the pharynx

14

Aničin

Tumours of the larynx

15

Hočevar / Šereg

Laryngeal infections and hoarseness

16

Hočevar

Functional voice disorders and speech disorders

17

Šereg

Infections of the pharynx and complications

18

Šifrer

Tumours of the oral cavity

19

Hočevar

Breathing distress

20

Hočevar 

Questions

21

Hočevar 

Questions

 

7.4 Partical part for group A and B

 

1. week

02.10.- 06.10. 2017

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8 – 9 

P orl 1

P orl 5

P orl 8

P orl 10

P orl 12

 9 – 10

P orl 2

P orl 6

P orl /inf 9

P orl 11

P orl 13

10 – 11

P orl /pato 3

P orl /rtg 7

A 1

B 2

P orl 14

11 – 12

P orl /pato 4

B 1

A 1

B 2

B 2a

12 – 13

A 1

B 1

A 1

B 2

B 2a

13 – 14

A 1

A 1

B 1

A 2

 

14 – 15

B 1

A 1

B 1

A 2

 

15 – 16

B 1

 

B 1

A 2

 

 

 

2. week

09.10.-13.10. 2017

Monday

Tuesday

Wendnesday

Thursday

Friday

8 – 9

P orl 15

 A,B avd, fon

B 2

P orl 18

 

  9 – 10

P orl 16

 A,B avd, fon

B 2

P orl 19

 

10 – 11

P orl 17

B 2

B 2

A 3

B 3

11 – 12

A 2a

B 2

A 2

A 3

B 3

12 – 13

A 2a

A 2

A 2

 

Questions  20

13 – 14

         

A 2

A 2

 

 

 

 

3. week

16.10.-20.10. 2017

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8 – 9

 

 

 

written exam

 

  9 – 10

 

 

 

 

 

10 – 11

 

 

 

 

 

11 – 12

Questions  21

 

 

 

 

12 – 13

 

 

 

 

 

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