GENERAL SURGERY. Acquiring the theoretical basis of surgical science; especially symptoms and therapy of the most common abdominal diseases.
INTERNAL MEDICINE. The course aims to enable the student to know and to understand the essential elements of etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of major diseases of internal medicine general interest, also in order to allow the student the ability to use knowledge and understanding acquired in identifying the patient's problems related to the condition of the person suffering from the disease to internal medicine and general preparation of a plan of care appropriately.
PHARMACOLOGY. The course aims to allow the student to know and to understand the principles that govern the interactions of drugs with the body, the principles of general toxicology, the adverse reactions of drugs and their evaluation, the fundamental aspects associated with the therapeutic use of some drugs of more specific interest, with potential ototoxic effects. Applying the knowledge and the comprehension acquired, the student will be able to help to prevent complications from the use of drugs with potential ototoxic effects.
MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY. The course aims to enable students to know and understand the major maxillofacial diseases and to orientate on the appropriate surgical treatment. This does not mean the direct transfer of this knowledge on a practical application (the maxillofacial surgery is a discipline of medical relevance), but the capacity of the practitioner to identify diseases and direct patients to an expert for a correct solution.