Infectious Diseases - International students, 5th year


Last update: 7. 9. 2015
 

I. group
1.
  1. Ethiology and pathogenesis of purulent meningitis
  2. Toxic shock syndrome
  3. Quinolones and other chemoterapeutic agents
     
2.
  1. Purulent meningitis in neonates and infants
  2. Toxocariasis
  3. Tetracyclines
     
3.
  1. Meningococcal infections
  2. Giardiasis
  3. Antifungal drugs
     
4.
  1. Laboratory diagnostics of purulent meningitis
  2. Chlamydial infections
  3. Treatment of acute diarrhea syndrome of infectious origin
     
5.
  1. Poliomyelitis
  2. Infections caused by Salmonella species (Intestinal and extraintestinal forms)
  3. Lincosamides
     
6.
  1. Clinical picture of tick-born encefalitis
  2. Toxoplasmosis
  3. Indication of steroids in treatment of infectious diseases
     
7.
  1. Polyradiculoneuritis of infectious origin
  2. Tularemia
  3. Natural penicillins
     
8.
  1. Viral hepatitis with fecal-oral transmission
  2. Schistosmiasis
  3. Semisynthetic penicillins
     
9.
  1. Lyme borreliosis
  2. Leptospiral infections
  3. Glycopeptides and ansamycines
     
10.
  1. Gastroenteritis of viral origin
  2. Microorganisms as possible biological weapons (bioterrorism)
  3. Macrolides
     
11.
  1. Bacterial dysentery and pseudomembraneous colitis
  2. Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections
  3. Beta-lactamase inhibitors
     
12.
  1. Alimentary intoxication and botulism
  2. Rabies (clinical picture, prevention and prophylactic meassurment in the case of a bite by rabid animal)
  3. Aminoglycosides
     
13.
  1. Infections caused by Yersinia and Campylobacter
  2. Listeriosis
  3. Chloramphenicol and polymyxines
     
14.
  1. Diarrhea caused by E. coli
  2. Malaria
  3. Immunoglobulins and hyperimmune globulins and their practical use in treatment of infectious diseases
     
15.
  1. Viral hepatitis with parenteral transmission
  2. Candidiasis
  3. Therapy and prevention of tetanus
     
16.
  1. AIDS
  2. Brucellosis
  3. Basic vaccination during the first year of life and the most common adverse effects of the vaccinnes
     
17.
  1. Pneumococcal infections
  2. Cytomegalovirus infections
  3. Cephalosporins
     
18.
  1. Infectious mononucleosis
  2. Cholera
  3. Treatment and sequelae of viral hepatitis
     
19.
  1. Influenza (course, complications and therapy)
  2. Taeniasis
  3. Ethiology of aseptic meningitis
     
20.
  1. Clinical picture of congenital and acquired rubella
  2. Infective endocarditis
  3. Therapy of purulent meningitis
     
21.
  1. Infections caused by varicella-zoster virus
  2. Amoebiasis
  3. Heterologous globulins (principles of use, complications)
     
22.
  1. Herpes simplex infections
  2. Ancylostomiasis and trichinellosis
  3. Pertussis and pertussis - like syndrome and its treatment
     
23.
  1. Measles
  2. Typhoid fever and its differential diagnosis, paratyphoid fever
  3. Lumbar puncture (indications, contraidnications, how to carry out the procedure)
     
24.
  1. Erythema infectiosum, exanthema subitum
  2. Sepsis and septic shock
  3. Commonly used virostatic agents
     
25.
  1. Erysipel and other diseases caused by streptococci
  2. Legionellosis
  3. Differential diagnosis of joundice of hepatic origin
     
26.
  1. Enteroviral infections
  2. Yellow fever and viral haemorrhagic fevers
  3. Differential diagnosis and therapy of acute tonsillitis
     
27.
  1. Oxyuriasis, ascariasis and trichuriasis
  2. Microbiological examinations of body fluids (blood, urine, stool)
  3. Diphtheria (clinical picture, complications and therapy)
     
28.
  1. Anaerobic infections
  2. Serological diagnosis of infectious diseases (types of reactions and evaluation of the results)
  3. Scarlet fever
     
29.
  1. Infections caused by Haemophillus influenzae
  2. Mumps
  3. Differential diagnosis of maculopapular exanthems
     
30.
  1. Streptococcal tonsillitis
  2. Rickettsioses
  3. Differential diagnosis of acute diarrhea syndrome
     
31.
  1. Staphylococcal infections
  2. Leprosis and plaque
  3. Toxoalergic exanthems remainding of infectious diseases
     
32.
  1. Infections caused by Helicobacter pylori
  2. Kawasaki syndrome
  3. Laboratory diagnosis of viral hepatitis
     
33.
  1. Pseudomembraneous enterocolitis of infectious origin
  2. Anthrax and erysipeloid
  3. Differential diagnosis of meningeal syndrome and headache
     
34.
  1. Clinical picture of tetanus
  2. Common cold of infectious origin
  3. Differential diagnosis of febrile conditions
     
35.
  1. Infections in immunocompromised patients
  2. Infections caused by rhinoviruses,
    parainfluenza and RS virus
  3. Common principles of antibiotic treatment
     

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