METABOLIC DISEASES IN DIFFERENT AGES
cod. 1002638

Academic year 2017/18
5° year of course - Second semester
Professor
BONADONNA Riccardo
Academic discipline
Endocrinologia (MED/13)
Field
Fisiopatologia, metodologia clinica, propedeutica clinica e sistematica medico-chirurgica
Type of training activity
Characterising
7 hours
of face-to-face activities
1 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
in ITALIAN

Integrated course unit module: LIFESTYLES AND WELL-BEING

Learning objectives

- To be knowledgeable and competent about common metabolic diseases
- To be knowdgeable and competent with regard to approriate prescritotion of therapeutic lifestyle changes for prevention/treatment of common metabolic diseases

Prerequisites

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Course unit content

Etiology, pathophysiology, clinical picture, diagnosis, prognosis and therapeutic lifestyle change centered prevention/treatment of common metabolic diseases:
- Diabetes mellitus
- Dyslipidemias
- Hyperuricemia

Full programme

1. Diabetes mellitus and Pre-diabetes
a. Classification
b. Etiology
c. Epidemiology
d. Pathophysiology
e. Clinical presentation
f. Diagnosis
g. Complications
h. Prognosis
i. Therapeutic lifestyle changes
2. Dyslipidemias
a. Classification
b. Etiology
c. Epidemiology
d. Pathophysiology
e. Clinical presentation
f. Diagnosis
g. Complications
h. Prognosis
i. Therapeutic lifestyle changes
3. Hyperuricaemias
a. Classification
b. Etiology
c. Epidemiology
d. Pathophysiology
e. Clinical presentation
f. Diagnosis
g. Complications
h. Prognosis
i. Therapeutic lifestyle changes

Bibliography

Kumar & Clark’s – Clinical Medicine, 9th Edition

Teaching methods

Traditional lectures

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral Exam (in English on specific request)

Other information

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