3rd Clinical Semester


ECTS Course Code
Compulsory subjects
Hours/ Semester
ECTS Credits
7-M-O-P-1
7-M-O-S-5
7-M-V-L-7
Innere Medizin
Internal Medicine including

- Practical,
- Seminar and
- Lecture

Content:
Pulmonary disease, cardiology, angiology, hypertension, infectious disease, rheumatology, immunology, nephrology, gastroenterology, haematology, oncology, metabolic disorders, hepatology, endocrinology, psychosomatic diseases

Diagnosis and therapy in internal medicine with special emphasis on physical examination, interpretation of laboratory data and imaging techniques

Identification and evaluation of diagnostic work-up algorithems for major lead symptoms (i.e. fever of unknown origin, anemia, diarrhea, enlarged lymph node, tumor in the liver, icterus, coma etc.)

Work-up of patient case histories and development of diagnosis and therapy algorithm

Assessment: written examination with MC questions

Knowledge and skills achieved:
To evaluate a patient presenting with disease symptoms and to perform differential diagnosis and develop diagnostic and therapeutic decision algorithms.
35
14
42




6
3
7-M-O-P-2
7-M-V-L-8
Dermatologie, Venerologie
Dermatology, Venerology including

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content: Diagnosis and therapy of dermatological diseases referring to macro morphological and micro morphological analysis including the presentation of patients

Assessment: MCQ-examiniation

Knowledge and skills achieved: Compact introduction to the most important aspects of dermatology, Provides a basic understanding of dermatological diseases.
30,8
28
5
7-M-O-P-3
7-M-V-L-9
Augenheilkunde
Ophthalmology including

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content: examination of patients with various eye problems; exposure to ophthalmic surgery; lectures on general ophthalmology with focus on pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of certain diseases:
Ophthalmic emergencies: to recognise the following entities and to react appropriately: acid and alkali burns; penetrating/perforating trauma; central retinal artery occlusion / central retinal occlusion; acute angle closure glaucoma.
Systemic diseases and Ophthalmology: to know which patients to send for an ophthalmologic check-up: Diabetes; vascular diseases / hypertension; headache (various ophthalmologic causes); papilledema.
Pathophysiology and treatment of major eye diseases: lid problems; corneal disease; cataract; glaucoma; retinal detachment; macular degeneration; strabismus; amblyopia.
Most commonly used surgical techniques: cataract surgery; glaucoma surgery; retinal surgery; lid surgery.
Transfer of pathophysiology of general disease onto ocular disease: intraocular inflammation and sequelae; vascular occlusion and sequelae.
Basic concepts and fundamental terms in Ophthalmology: lid tumours; uveal melanoma; retinoblastoma

Assessment: written examination

Knowledge and skills achieved: ability to react appropriately when patients complain about eye problems or suffer from ocular trauma / diseases; basic knowledge in diagnostic and treatment of major eye diseases
30,8
14
5
7-M-O-P-4
7-M-V-L-10
Hals,- Nasen-, Ohrenheilkunde
Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) including

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content: Case related demonstration of diseases in otorhinolaryngology including modern aspects of diagnosis and therapy. The student is shown surgical procedures as well as functional diagnostic tools especially audiometry, neurootology, vestibular function and sonography. The accompanying lecture deals with basic knowledge, needed in the practical course.

Assessment: written examination

Knowledge and skills achieved: Knowledge of otorhinolaryngological diseases and therapy. Special otorhinolaryngological methods of investigation as for example endoscopy, otoscopy and laryngoscopy.
30,8
14
5
7-M-O-S-6
Infektiologie, Immunologie
Infectiology, Immunology

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content:

Assessment: written examination

Knowledge and skills achieved:
14
7-M-O-P-5
7-M-V-L-10
Klinisch-pathologische Konferenz
Clinical-pathological conference (special pathology) Part I

- Practical and
- Lecture Part I

Content:

Assessment:

Knowledge and skills achieved:
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28