The major objective of the course in summer semester is to provide students of dentistry with knowledge that enables them to understand the causes of pathological states and the molecular, cellular, organ and systemic mechanisms of development of medical syndromes, symptoms, and major diseases. The course starts with studying the typical pathological processes: cell damage, inflammation, fever, disorders of water, ion and acid-base balance. Further on during the course students study pathophysiology of respiratory, cardiovascular system, blood and coagulation. Special attention is provided to manifestations of the systemic diseases in oral cavity, and role of the disorders of oral cavity in aetiology and pathogenesis of the systemic diseases.
During the course in winter semester dentistry students of acquire knowledge about molecular, cellular, organ and systemic mechanisms of pathogenesis of disorders of nutrition, gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, endocrine and nervous system. Pathophysiology of disorders of connective tissues and bones is also discussed. Students study systemic manifestations of abovementioned disorders and emphasis is made on pathogenesis of orofacial changes. Students learn to analyze typical clinical case studies related to dentistry praxis with reference to common principles of aetiology and pathogenesis of diseases.
Teachers: Prof. MUDr. Martin Petřek, CSc., Gabriella Cápec, Ph.D., Szergej Cápec, Ph.D.
- Course distribution: 2nd and 3rd year, 4th and 5th semester
- Lectures: 30 hours in 4th semester, 15 hours in 5th semester
- Exercises: 45 hours/semester
- Completed by: credit, examination
- Number of credits: 8
Actuel study plans (syllabus) are published on the Moodle and on the website of the Faculty of Medicine.
- The lectures are held on Mondays from 8.00 a.m. to 9.30 a.m., in the weeks 7. – 11. in the room No. 2.517, in the weeks 12. – 18. in the room No. 2.521 and in the weeks 19. – 21. in the room No. 2. 520 (Theoretical Institutes – New Building).
- The exercises are held on Mondays from 9.45 a.m. to 12.00 a.m., in the weeks 7. – 11. in the seminar room of the Department of Pathophysiology, in the weeks 12. – 18. in the room No. 2.521 and in the weeks 19. – 21. in the room No. 2. 520 (Theoretical Institutes – New Building).
- The LECTURES are held in the RLH – Right Lecture Hall on Mondays, from 8.00 a.m. to 9.30 a.m. on even weeks of the year, starting from 38th week.
- The EXERCISES are held in the RLH – Right Lecture Hall on Mondays, from 9.45 a.m., to 11. 15 a.m. on even weeks and from 8.00 to 11.15 on odd weeks of the year.
Completed by: Credit; Examination
The conditions for granting the credit are always stated in the current syllabus and on the Moodle.
The conditions for passing the exam are always stated in the current syllabus and on the Moodle. Topics for the exam from Pathological Physiology are available on the Moodle.