Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information below is subject to change, in particular that concerning the teaching mode (presential, distance or in a comodal or hybrid format).
Berliere Martine; Bernard Pierre (coordinator); Danhaive Olivier; Debieve Frédéric; Dolmans Marie-Madeleine; Galant Christine; Hubinont Corinne; Jadoul Pascale; Marbaix Etienne; Mhallem Gziri Mina; Pirard Céline; Squifflet Jean-Luc; Wyns Christine;
The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
Physiopathology of pregnancy and childbirth: Description of methods of prevention of maternal and perinatal risk and their justification - Introduction to fetal medicine - Description of mechanisms of childbirth, high-risk pregnancy. Gynecology: Description of the most commonly encountered pathologies in current practice (pelvic and gynecologic infections; differential diagnosis of menometrorrhagia; differential diagnosis of masses; sterility and EP; menopause). Oncogynecology: Breast, ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancer. Medical genetics: Review of the classic and more recently established modes of transmission of monogenic and multifactorial conditions - Notions of clinical cytogenetics - Prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal and molecular disorders - Most frequently observed hereditary syndromes of cancer predisposition - etc. Neonatology: Selective review of perinatal physiology - Necessary clinical and scientific basis for an understanding of the adjustment to extrauterine life - Management and follow-up of specific pathologies of the neonatal period. Pathological anatomy: Relations between macro- and microscopic aspects of lesions and their clinical manifestations. Seminar themes: Menopause - Sexually transmitted diseases - Fever and pregnancy - Pain and pregnancy.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
Objectives: To cover the essential physiopathological, diagnostic and therapeutic elements of gynecologic disorders, as well as the physiological and pathological aspects of pregnancy and related conditions. The relative importance of the different chapters will be dictated by the incidence of the pathologies in question. For less commonly encountered conditions or systemic disorders arising during pregnancy, the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches will be discussed. Optional objectives: Complementary course studies in gynecology and infertility, andrology, IVF, fetal medicine and gyneco-obstetric endocrinology.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Two-tiered evaluation: Evaluation of the acquired knowledge (QCM and QROC), as well as the capacity to apply this knowledge in the solution to a clinical problem by the end of the teaching trimester. Programs proposing this activity FARM3DS/AN Specialized pharmaceutical science studies diploma (biological analyses) NUT2 Degree in biomedical sciences (human nutrition) SBIM3DS Specialized biomedical science studies diploma SBIM3DS/TC Specialized biomedical science studies diploma (clinical toxicology)
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