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BeniSuef University

Faculty of Medicine

 

ABC of Medical Student

 

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2nd Edition

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate

Recite in the name of your Lord who Created man from a clinging substance.Recite and your Lord is the most Generous who taught by the pen -Taught man what he never knew.

God Almighty has spoken the truth

Content :

 

1-Important Codes                                           (4) 

2-Modules Details                                            (9)

3- Student Guide

  

  1. Introduction                                                 (14)
  2. Introductory module overview                    (15)
  3. Introductory module course contents          (19)
  4. Muscloskeletal  module overview               (22)
  5. Muscloskeletal  module course contents     (27)
  6. Hematopoietic  module overview                (31)
  7. Hematopoietic  module Content                  (35)

                        

IMPORTANT CODES

A)    Codes of the participating departments:

Department

Code

1.       Anatomy dep.

ANA

2.       Andrologydep.

ANDRO

3.       Anesthesia dep.

ANESTH

4.       Cardiology dep.

CARD

5.       Cardiothoracic surgery

C.THOR

6.       Clinical pathology dep.

CL.PATH

7.       Clinical pharmacology dep.

PHAR

8.       Community medicine dep.

COM

9.       Critical care dep.

ICU

10.    Dermatology dep.

DERM

11.    ENT dep.

ENT

12.    Family medicine dep.

FAM

13.    Forensic medicine and toxicology dep.

FORIN

14.    General surgery dep.

SUR

15.    Gynecology and obstetrics dep.

G&O

16.    Internal medicine dep.

INT.MED

17.    Medical Histology& cell biology dep.

HIST

18.    Medical Biochemistry dep.

BIO

19.    Medical Microbiology dep.

MICRO

20.    Neurology dep.

NEURO

21.    Neurophysiology dep.

NEURO.PH

22.    Neurosurgery dep.

NEURO.SUR

23.    Nuclear medicine dep.

NUC

24.    Oncology dep.

ONCO

25.    Ophthalmology dep.

OPHTH

26.    Orthopedic surgery dep.

ORTH

27.    Parasitology dep.

PARA

28.    Pathology dep.

PATH

29.    Pediatric dep.

PEDIA

30.    Plastic surgery dep.

PLAST

31.    Physiology dep.

PHYSIO

32.    Psychiatric dep.

PSYCH

33.    Pulmonology dep.

PULM

34.    Radiology dep.

RADIO



35.    Rheumatology and rehab. dep.

RHEUM

36.    Tropical medicine dep.

TROP

37.    Urology dep.

URO

B)                                           Codes of modules of the program:

Modules

Code

First level

  • Introductory module

INTRO

  • Medical Terminology (1) (included in MP)

MT1

  • Musculoskeletal and Integumentary module

M/Skel

  • Hematopoietic, lymphatic and immunology module

HEM

  • Medical Professionalism1

MPF1

  • Communication Skills 1

CMS1

  • Earlypatient encounter (1)

EPE1

Second Level

CVS

  • Respiratory module

RSP

  • Endocrine module

ENDO

  • Medical Ethics and law (1)

ME1

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) (2),

MPF2

  • Communication Skills (CMS) (2)

CMS2

  • Medical ethics and law (2)

ME2

  • GIT, Liver and Nutrition module

GIT

  • Reproduction (including female genital system)

REP

  • Urogenital module (including male genital system)

URO

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) 3

MPF3

  • Early patient encounter (2)

EPE2

Third level

  • Neuroscience I & Special senses I (ENT)

N/ENT

  • Cognitive & Behavioral Principles

Psych

  • Integrated Multi-System and Therapeutics Block

MULI

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) (4)

MPF4

  • Early patient encounter (3)

EPE 3

  • Neuroscience II & Special sensesII (Ophthalmology)

N/OPH

  • Clinical Toxicology &Legal Medicine

TOX

  • Infectious diseases and infection control

I&C

  • Investigative Medicine

INV

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) (5)

MPF5

  • Medical Ethics and law (3)

ME3

Forth level

  • Community Medicine & Global Health Care

COMM

  • Mental Health

MENT

  • Family Health

FAM

  • Oncology and palliative Medicine

ONCO

  • Basics of Medicine

B/MED

  • Basic Surgery

B/SUR

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) (6)

MPF6

  • Child Health

PED

  • Women & Reproductive Health

WRH

  • Medical research (1)

MR1

  • Evidence Based Medicine (1)

EBM1

Fifth level

  • Clerkship of Internal Medicine and its Specialties

Med

  • Emergency Medicine & ICU 1

ER1

  • Medical Professionalism (MPF) (7)

MPF7

  • Clerkship of General Surgery and itsSpecialties

SUR

  • Emergency medicine (2)

EM2

  • Burns and Trauma

B&T

  • Medical research (2)

MR2

  • Evidence Based Medicine (2)

EBM2

Modules Details

First Year

Total marks

Marks

Modules

Final Written exam

40%

Practical exam

30%

(OSPE)

Modular exam

30%

Subjects covered

Weeks

Credit hours

Preparatory week and Student orientation

1

-

462.5

185

138.75

138.75

Human Structural and Functional Principles, Cell biology and Genetics Principles

4

6

Introduction on Infectious Agents and Defense Mechanisms

Principles of Drug Therapy

4

5

Principles of Growth and development

3

3.5

Principles of Disease

4

4

512.5

190

142.5

142.5

Musculoskeletal and Integumentary module

10

12

Hematopoietic, lymphatic and immunology module

6

7

College requirement

12.5

12.5

MP1

CMS1

Vertical courses

0.5

0.5

12.5

EPE 1

0.5

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Elective 1

1

Total

32

40

Vertical and elective courses allocated hours: 5 hours weekly

  • Curricular CH: 37.5*25=937.5marks + EPE 0.5*25= 12.5
  • Extra-Curricular CH: 1*25=25
  • MP: Medical Professionalism
  • CMS: Communication Skills
  • EPE: Early patient encounter

Second Year

Total marks

Marks

Modules

Final Written exam

40%

Practical exam

30%

(OSPE)

Modular exam

30%

Subjects covered

Weeks

Credit hours

487.5

180

135

135

Cardiovascular module

7

8

Respiratory module

5

5

Endocrine module

4

5

462.5

165

123.75

123.75

GIT, Liver and Nutrition

8

8.5

Reproduction (including female genital system) module

3

3

Urogenital module (including male genital system)

5

5

College requirement

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Electives2

Vertical courses

1

25

25

CMS 2

EPE 2

1

1

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Electives3

1

12.5

12.5

12.5

Medical Ethics and law 1

MP2

EPE 3

0.5

0.5

0.5

Total

32

40

Vertical and elective courses allocated hours: 5 hours weekly

  • Curricular CH: 34.5*25=862.5     + EPE 1.5*25= 37.5
  • Extra-Curricular CH: 2*25=50

Third Year

Total marks

Marks

Modules

Final Written exam

40%

Practical exam

30%

(OSCE&OSPE)

Modular exam

30%

Subjects covered

Weeks

Credit hours

487.5

180

135

135

Neuroscience I & Special senses I (ENT)

9

11

Cognitive & Behavioral Principles

3

3

Integrated Multi-System and Therapeutics Block

4

4

537.5

205

153.5

154

Neuroscience II & Special senses II (Ophthalmology)

9

10.5

Clinical Toxicology &Legal Medicine

4

5

Infectious diseases and infection control

3

3

Investigative Medicine

2

2

College requirement

25

 MP3

Vertical courses

1

-------

Electives 4

0.5

25

12.5

MP 4

EPE 4

1

0.5

--------

Electives5

0.5

Total

34

42

Vertical and elective courses allocated hours: 5 hours weekly

  • Curricular CH: 38.5*25=962.5  + EPE 0.5*25= 12.5
  • Extra-Curricular CH: 2*25=50

 

Forth Year

Total marks

Marks

Modules

Final Written exam

40%

Clinical exam

30%

(OSCE)

Modular exam

30%

Subjects covered

Weeks

Credit hours

537.5

210

157.5

157.5

Community Medicine & Global Health Care

4

4.5

Mental Health

2

2.5

Family Health

2

2

Oncology and palliative Medicine

2

2

Basics of Medicine

5

5

Basic Surgery

5

5

612.5

230

172.5

172.5

Child Health

10

11.5

Women & Reproductive Health

10

11.5

College requirement

25

Medical research 1

Vertical courses

1

12.5

EBM 1

0.5

12.5

 MP 5

0.5

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Selected in depth studies1 (elective 6)

3

Total

40

49

Vertical and elective courses allocated hours: 5 hours weekly

  • Curricular CH: 44*25=1100
  • Extra-Curricular CH: 2*25=50

Fifth Year

Total marks

Marks

Modules

Final Written exam

40%

Clinical exam

30%

(OSCE)

Modular exam

30%

Subjects covered

Weeks

Credit hours

537.5

210

157.5

157.5

Clerkship of Internal Medicine and its Specialties.

18

18.5

Emergency Medicine 1& ICU

2

2.5

587.5

215

161

161.5

Clerkship of General Surgery and its Specialties

18

18.5

Emergency 2, Burns and Trauma

2

3

College requirement

25

12.5

12.5

Medical research 2

Medical ethics and law 2

EBM 2

Vertical courses

1

0.5

0.5

12.5

MP 6

0.5

--------

Selected in depth studies2 (elective 7)

3

Elective 8

1

University requirement

Human rights and anti-corruption

Total

40

49

Vertical and elective courses allocated hours: 5 hours weekly

  • Curricular CH: 42.5*25=1062.5
  • Extra-Curricular CH: 2.5*25=62.5

STUDENT GUIDE

INTRODUCTION

WHAT IS A STUDENT GUIDE?

It is an aid to:

• Inform students how student learning program of the semester-wise module has been organized

• Help students organize and manage their studies throughout the module

• Guide students on assessment methods, rules and regulations

THE STUDENT GUIDE:

• Communicates information on organization and management of the module.

This will help the student to contact the right person in case of any difficulty.

• Defines the objectives which are expected to be achieved at the end of the module.

• Identifies the learning strategies such as lectures, small group teachings, clinical skills, demonstration, tutorial and case based learning that will be implemented to achieve the module objectives.

• Provides a list of learning resources such as books, computer assisted learning programs, web- links, journals, for students to consult in order to maximize their learning.

• Highlights information on the contribution of continuous and semester examinations on the student’s overall performance.

• Includes information on the assessment methods that will be held to determine every student’s achievement of objectives.

• Focuses on information pertaining to examination policy, rules and regulations.

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK

Students will experience integrated curriculum of 1st and 2nd semesters.

INTEGRATED CURRICULUM comprises of system-based modules such as introductory, musculoskeletal and haemopoietic modules which links basic science knowledge to clinical problems. Integrated teaching means that subjects are presented as a meaningful whole. Students will be able to have better understanding of basic sciences when they repeatedly learn in relation to clinical examples.

Case-based discussions, computer-based assignments, early exposure to clinics, wards, and skills acquisition in skills lab and physiotherapy department are characteristics of integrated teaching program.

Text Box: INTRODUCTORY MODULE


Text Box: SEMESTER 1 16 WEEKS 22th SEP 2018 -12th JAN 2019


Module name: INTRODUCTORY

Semester: One      Year: One    Duration: 16 weeks (Sep 2018 – Jan 2019)

Timetable hours: Lectures, Self-Study, Practical, Skills, Demonstrations, Visit to Wards & Laboratory.

Credit hours: 18.5 hours: 462.5 marks

 

MODULE INTEGRATION COMMITTEE

Ass. Professor Dr.EnasYahia Abu Sarea (Medical Parasitology)

YEAR COORDINATOR:

Dr. Hoda RamadanReyad (Medical Biochemistry and  Molecular Biology)

Dr. Doaa Ahmed Hamdy (Medical Parasitology)

Dr. .Marwa Fathi Abd Alla (Medical Biochemistry and  Molecular Biology)

MODULECOORDINATORS:

DEPARTMENTS’ & RESOURCE PERSONS’ FACILITATING LEARNING

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Pathology

• Professor Dr Sahar Ismaeel

Anatomy &Embyology

• Ass. Professor Dr.Hanan Dawood

Clinical Pharmacology

• ASS. Professor.Dr.Ahmed Elberry

Medical Physiology

• Dr. Akef Khowaild

Medical Microbiology &Immunology

• Ass. ProfessorDr.NerminHassan Ibrahim

Medical Biochemistry &Molecular Biology

• Ass. ProfessorDr.Ghada Mahmoud Abd El Aziz

Medical Parasitology

•Ass. Professor Dr.EnasYahia Abu Sarea

Medical histology & cell biology

•Ass. Professor Dr.AzzaSalehEmbaby

Medical Terminology

•ProfessorDr.AmrMasood

Integrated program management information

• Professor Dr.Wael El Shaer, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Beni Suef University

• Professor Dr.Dalia Hussein , Vice Dean for Education and Students Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, Beni Suef University

•Dr.Nermin Hassan ,Associate Professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Managing Director of the program

Dr. Doaa Ahmed Hamdy

Dr. Hoda RamadanReyad

Dr .Marwa Fathi Abd Alla

STUDY GUIDE COMPILED BY:


INTRODUCTION

A Student stepping into a medical school requires orientation and introduction to medical sciences with respect to health & disease. Introductory module provides foundation of basic sciences and their use in clinical medicine. This will eventually lead to develop critical thinking for integration and application of basic knowledge for clinical application.

The   medical   student   will    acquire the skills to   apply the results of scientific studies to the practice of clinical medicine.

This student   guide has been developed to help guide you and keep you focused on the objectives for this module.

Welcome to the field of medicine and hope that the journey ahead will be exciting and fulfilling for you all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE CONTENTS

Medical Physiology

1.       THE CELL

2.        AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

3.       METABOLISM:

  1. INTRODUCTION TO KIDNEY

Clinical Pharmacology

1- General Pharmacology

2- Autonomic nervous system (ANS)

3- Chemotherapy

4- Analgesic anti-inflammatory drugs

5-    Practical classes

Medical Microbiology & Immunology

1.   General bacteriology &bacterial genetics

2.                                                                                                                                                                                   Morphology and structure, Classification of bacteria

3.                                                                                                                                                                                   Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

4.   General virology

5.   General mycology

6.   Over view on the immune system

7.   Bacterial pathogenesis

8.   Viral pathogenesis &Fungal pathogenesis

9.   Most important bacteria classifications and general criteria &main microbes that play a role in growth retardation and congenital diseases

Pathology

1.      Introduction

2.      Cell Injury

3.      Disorders of Cellular Growth

4.      the cellular adaptations

5.      Inflammation

6.      Granuloma

7.      Tissue Repair and Healing

8.      Bacterial Infections

9.      Parasitic Diseases

10.                        Neoplasia

Medical Parasitology

1.       General characters and general life cycles of trematoda, cestoda and nematoda

2.       General characters and classification of protozoa,Development, classification, and medical importance of arthropods.

3.       Characters and outcome of immune response to parasitic infections and differences between immune response to protozoa and helminthes. Dynamics and principles of parasitic immune response and vaccination.

  1. Practical classes

Medical Biochemistry &Molecular Biology

  1. Introduction to nutrition
  2. Chemical Nature of Carbohydrates
  3. Protein chemistry
  4. Lipid chemistry
  5. Hint on micronutrients and caloric value
  6. Enzymes
  7. Bioenergetics
  8. Carbohydrate metabolism

Anatomy &Embryology

1.       Introduction and anatomical terms:

2.       Skin and fascia

3.       Skeletal system

4.       Cardiovascular system

5.       Muscular system

6.       Vertebral column

7.       Endocrine system

8.       Nervous system

9.       Joints

10.    Reproductive System

  1. General Embryology

Medical histology & cell biology

1.      Introduction to Medical histology & cell biology :

2.      Cytology

3.      Cytogenetic .

4.      Epithelium

5.      Connective Tissue

6.      Connective tissue proper

7.      Muscular tissue

  1. Nervous tissue

Medical terminology

1.         Scientific terms and Jargons

2.         Roots and affixes

3.         Singular and pleural

4.         Descriptions

5.         Bones and muscles

6.     Body system

 

 

 

 

Text Box: Musculoskeletal & integumentary system module صورة ذات صلة

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Module name: Musculoskeletal & Integumentary System

Semester: Two   Year: One Duration: 10 weeks (Feb–April 2019)

Timetable hours: : Interactive Lectures, Case-Based Learning (CBL), Self-Study, Practicals, Skills, Demonstrations, Visit to Wards & Laboratory

Credit hours: 12 hours (300 hours)

MODULE INTEGRATION COMMITTEE

Ass. Professor Enas Yahia Abu Sarea (Medical Parasitology)

YEAR  COORDINATOR:

Dr. Gaber Hassan Abd elfattah (Anatomy and Embryology)

Dr. Wegdan Mohamed Abd El Wahab (Medical Parasitology)

 MODULE COORDINATORS:

DEPARTMENTS’ & RESOURCE PERSONS’ FACILITATING LEARNING

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Pathology

  • Professor Samia El Naggar 

Anatomy & Embryology:

  • Ass. Professor Hanan Dawood Yassa

Clinical pharmacology

  • Ass. Professor. Ahmed Elberry

Medical physiology

  • Dr. Akef Khweilid

Medical microbiology & immunology

  • Ass. Professor Nermeen Hassan Ibrahim

Medical Biochemistry & molecular biology

  • Ass. Professor Ghada Mahmoud Abd El-Aziz

Medical parasitology

  • Ass. Professor Enas Yahia Abu Sarea

Medical Histology & cell biology

  • Ass. Professor Azza Saleh Embaby

Early Patient Encounter:

  • Professor Dr.Hanan Taha
  • Dr. Alaa Rabie

Integrated Program Management Information:

  • Professor Dr. Wael El Shaer, Dean of Faculty of Medicine, Beni-Suef University
  • Professor Dr. Dalia Hussein, Vice Dean for Education and Students Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, Beni-Suef University
  • Dr. Nermeen Hassan, Associate Professor of  Medical microbiology & Immunology , Managing Director of the program

Dr. Wegdan Mohamed Abd El Wahab

Dr. Gaber  Hassan Abd elfattah

STUDY GUIDE COMPILED BY:

Text Box: INTEGRATION DISCPLINES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL & INTEGUMENTARY MODULE

INTRODUCTION:

This module integrates the basis sciences in the study of skin, bony, cartilaginous and muscular tissues in both health and diseased states. It is likely that individuals at some time suffer from a problem related to the musculoskeletal system, ranging from a very common problem such as osteoarthritis or back pain to severely disabling limb trauma or rheumatoid arthritis. Many musculoskeletal problems are chronic conditions as well. The most common symptoms are pain and disability, with an impact not only on individuals’ quality of life but also, importantly, on people’s ability to earn a living and be independent. It has been estimated that one in four consultations in primary care is caused by problems of the musculoskeletal system. Healthy lifestyle such as exercise and diet recommended for maintaining good health.
Throughout this module, students will have the opportunity to link basic science knowledge to musculoskeletal and integumentary related clinical problems. Teaching relevant basic sciences (anatomy, physiology, histology, biochemistry, parasitology, pathology, pharmacology and microbiology) with clinical examples will help to make connections among concepts and retain the information for later clinical education

صورة ذات صلة

 

 

 

 

 

COURSE CONTENTS

ANATOMY

  1. Upper Limb
  2. Lower Limb
  3. Muscles of the Trunk
  4. Head and neck

 

MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY

1.      Part (1): Skeletal Muscles

2.      Part (2): Smooth Muscles

MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

  1. Melanin and its disorders
  2. Extra cellular matrix (connective tissue) and their major classes
  3. Muscle metabolism
  4. calcium & phosphate
  5. Melanin and its disorders
  6. Extra cellular matrix (connective tissue) and their major classes
  7. Muscle metabolism
  8. calcium & phosphate
  9. Hyperuricemia

MEDICAL HISTOLOGY and CELL BIOLOGY

  1. Skin and its appendages
  2. Connective tissue proper
  3. Cartilage
  4. Bone
  5. Skeletal muscle:

PATHOLOGY

  1. Metabolic bone diseases (osteomalcia& Rickets) and osteoporosis
  2. Inflammatory diseases: acute and chronic osteomyelitis
  3. Healing of bone
  4. Tumor of bone
  5. Diseases of the joint
  6. Metabolic bone diseases (osteomalcia& Rickets) and osteoporosis

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

  1. Sk. M relaxants
  2. Effect of drugs on rectus m
  3. Calcium hemostasis
  4. Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
  5. Osteoporosis

6.      Gout

MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

  1. The bacterial causes of the musculoskeletal and integumentary system (MSIS) infections:
  2. Normal Flora
  3. The viral causes of the musculoskeletal and integumentary system (MSIS) infections :
  4. The fungal causes of the musculoskeletal and integumentary system (MSIS) infections
  5. Arthrites
  6. Laboratory diagnosis of Gram positive & negative cocci

-                        Laboratory diagnosis of Gram positive bacilli

-                        Laboratory diagnosis of Gram negative bacilli

-                        Laboratory diagnosis of T.B & Leprosy

  1. Laboratory diagnosis of Candida & Spirochaetes

MEDICAL PARASITOLOGY

  1. Non-human species of Schistosoma

2.     Diphylobothrium mansoni (Sparganosis)

  1. Dracunculus medinensis
  2. Ancylostoma caninum & Ancylostoma braziliense
  3. Loa loa, Onchocerca volvulus
  4. Cutaneous Leishmania
  5. Medical importance of arthropods
  6. Diptera: Mosquitoes, phlebotomus
  7. Diptera: Dipterous flies & myiasis
  8. Bugs, Ticks, Mites
  9. Fleas, Lice

Text Box: Hematopoietic,Lymphatic, Immunology module


                                                         

Module name: Hematopoitic

Semester: Two      Year: One    Duration: 6 weeks (April 2019 – June 2019)

Timetable hours: Interactive Lectures, Case-Based Learning (CBL), Self-Study, Practicals, Skills, Demonstrations, Visit to Wards & Laboratory

Credit hours: 7 credit hours (Total marks: 170)

INTEGRATED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION

Prof.Dr.Wael Elshaer, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Beni Suif University

Prof.Dr. Dalia Hussein Abd Elaziz, vice Dean for Eduation and Student Affairs of the Faculty of Medicine, Beni Suif University

Ass. Professor Dr.Nermeen Hassan Ibrahim,Managing Director of the Program

MODULE INTEGRATION COMMITTEE

Ass. Professor Dr.Enas Yahia Abu Sarea (Medical Parasitology)

Year CO-ORDINATOR

Dr. Marwa Abdel Tawab Mohammed (Medical Physiology)

Dr. Fatma Alzahraa Mohammed

Abd Ellatif (Medical Histology and Cell biology)

Module CO-ORDINATORS

DEPARTMENTS’ & RESOURCE PERSONS’ FACILITATING LEARNING

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

Pathology

• Professor Dr.Sahar Ismaeel

Anatomy &Embryology

• Ass. Professor Dr.Hanan Dawood

Clinical Pharmacology

• ASS. Professor Dr.Ahmed Elberry

Medical Physiology

• Dr. Ayman Sayed

Medical Microbiology &Immunology

• Ass. Professor Dr.Nermeen Hassan Ibrahim

Medical Biochemistry &Molecular Biology

• Ass. Professor.Dr.Ghada Mahmoud Abd El Aziz

Medical Parasitology

•Ass. Professor Dr.Enas Yahia Abu Sarea

Medical Histology & Cell Biology 

•Ass. Professor Dr.Azza Saleh Embaby

Medical Professionalism

•Prof Dr.Sherin Ghaleb

Communication Skills

•Dr.Ahmed Abd El Aziz

Early Patient Encounter

Professor Dr. Hanan Taha

•Dr. Alaa Mohamed Rabie

Dr. Marwa Abd  ElTawab Mohammed

Dr. Fatma Alzahraa Mohammed Abd Ellatif

STUDY GUIDE COMPILED BY:

Text Box: INTEGRATION DISCPLINES OF HEMATOPOIETIC MODULE



INTRODUCTION

This module integrates the basic science in the study of blood, immunology ad lymphatic system in both health and diseased states. Through lectures,cases and assingments students will developa clinical approach to common hematologic problems and various diseases encountered in daily life. It integrates relevant topics of  anatomy,histology,physiology,biochemistry,pathology,pharmacoogy,microbiology and parasitology.

COURSE CONTENT

Medical Physiology

  1. The blood
  2. Platelets and coagulation system

3.     Lymphatic system

 

Clinical Pharmacology

  1. Hyperlipoproteinaemia
  2. Anti-coagulates
  3. Anti- platelets& fibrinolytics
  4. Anti- anemic
  5. Autacoids

 

Medical Microbiology & Immunology

1.The bacterial diseases that are transmitted by blood transfusion and transplantation.

2.Viruses that are transmitted by blood transfusion, and transplantation and Fungal that are transmitted by blood transfusion, and transplantation.

Immunity

General immunology - 3

            Innate immunity - 4

5-Antigens

6-T-cell mediated immunity

            7-Cytokines

            8-The humoral immune response

9-Complement system

10-Hypersensitivity reactions

            11-Tolerance and autoimmunity

         

Pathology

  1. Leucopenia, leukocytosis
  2. Leukemia (acute and chronic)
  3. Plasma cell tumors
  4. Reactive lymphoid hyperplasia
  5. Lymphadenitis
  6. Lymphoma

7.     Splenomegaly and hypersplenism

Medical Parasitology

  1. Schistosoma species
  2.  Wuchereriabancrofti and Brugiamalayi
  3. Leishmania donovani
  4. Tryanosoma gambiense and trypanosoma rhodesiense
  5. Trypanosoma cruzi
  6. Plasmodium species
  7. Toxoplasma gondii
  8. Parasite immune evasion, immunodiagnosis of parasitic infection and application of molecular techniques

Medical Biochemistry &Molecular Biology

1. Introduction to nutrition

2. Chemical Nature of Carbohydrates

3. Protein chemistry

4. Lipid chemistry

5. Hint on micronutrients and caloric value

6. Enzymes

7. Bioenergetics

8. Carbohydrate metabolism

 

 

Anatomy &Embryology

  1. Lymphatic system
  2. Spleen
  3. Tonsils and thymus
  4. The lymphatic ducts
  5.  Lymph nodes

6.      Lymph drainage

Medical histology & cell biology

  1. Red blood cells
  2. Granular white blood cells
  3.  Neutrophils                                         
  4. Basophils
  5. Agranular white blood cells
  6. Lymphocytes
  7. Monocytes
  8. Platelets
  9. Abnormalities in count of blood cells-

10. Bone marrow

11. Hemopoeisis

12. General structure of lymphatic system

13. Lymph vessels

14. Lymphatic organs

15. Lymph nodes

16. Spleen

17. Thymus

18. Tonsil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNING RESOURCES

LEARNING RESOURCES

SUBJECT

-Course Notes:

  • Department books:Medical Physiology
  • Practical book of Physiology for medical students course.

-Essential Books (Text Books):

  • Textbook of Medical Physiology Arthur C. Guyton & John E. Hall 11th edition,ElsevierInc.Philadelphia,Pennsylvania

-Recommended Books:

  • Review of Medical Physiology William F. Ganong 23th edition.
  •  Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill
    Medical Publishing Division

- Periodicals, Web Sites, etc:

  • American Journal of Physiology,
  • http://www.med-ed-online.org/

Medical Physiology

 

-Course Notes:

  • Lecture notes

- Essential Books (Text Books):

  • Department book

- Recommended Books:

  • Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology by Mary J Mycek , Richard A Harvey &Pamela C Champe
  • Basic and Clinical Pharmacology by B.G. Katzung, McGraw-Hills Companies, Inc., USA
  • Integrated Pharmacology by Clive Page, Michael Curtis, Morley Sutter, Michael Walker and Brian Hoffman. Mosby
  • Principles of Pharmacology (The Pathophysiologic Basis of Drug Therapy) by D.E. Golan, A.H. Tashjian, E.J. Armstrong, J.M.Galanter, A.W. Armstrong, R.A. Arnaout and H.S. Rose. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Goodman and Gilman’s the Pharmacological Basis of therapeutics. Brunton LL, Chabner BA, Knollmann BC (eds.), The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., USA.

Koda-Kimble MA, Young LY, Kradjan WA, Gugliemlo BJ, Alldredge BK, & Corelli RL, Guglielmo BJ, Kardjan WA, Williams BR: Applied Therapeutics, The clinical use of drugs

- Periodicals, Web Sites, etc:

http://www.tigerx.com/health/pharmacy.htm
http://www.health.org
http://pharmacology.about.com/
http://my.webmd.com/drugs

http://search.about.com/fullsearch.htm?terms=pharmacology&PM=59_0100_S
http://www.healthsquare.com/drugmain.htm

http://www.aoa.dhhs.gov/aoa/pages/agepages/medicine.html
http://www.medicineinfo.com/
http://www.mayoclinic.com
http://www.drugstore.com
http://www.fda.gov/cder/ob/default.htm

http://rxlist.com/
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginformation.html

Clinical Pharmacology

 

- Course Notes:

For undergraduates, ESSENTIAL MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY: Department theoretical books and practical manual (staff members book, faculty of medicine, Cairo university), available for students to purchase from the bookshop at the faculty.

-Lecture notes

- Essential Books (Text Books):      

-Warren Levinson: Review of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Tenth Edition (LANGE Basic Science)  .

-Microbiology: An Introduction, 12th Edition

Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, and Christine L. Case

- Recommended Books:       

-Jawetz, Melnick and Adelberg’s Medical Microbiology (Review of medical microbiology)

-Janeway and Travers Immunobiology: The immune system in health and disease

- Periodicals, Web Sites, etc: