Paediatrics - International students, 6th year

Last update: 30. 11. 2015

  1. Periods of paediatric age
    Disorders of oesophagus and stomach
    Fever in children - differential diagnosis
  2. Chromosomal aberrations
    Intestinal disorders
    Polyuria - differential diagnosis
  3. More frequent autosomal dominant conditions
    Headache - differential diagnosis
  4. More frequent autosomal recessive conditions
    Liver cirrhosis and portal hypertension
    Exanthema - differential diagnosis
  5. More frequent X-linked conditions
    Pituitary disorders
    Vomiting - differential diagnosis
  6. Nutrition in infants
    Acquired thyroid disorders
    Convulsions - differential diagnosis
  7. Vaccination in childhood
    Disorders of calcium-phosphate metabolism
    Diarrhea - differential diagnosis
  8. Basic demographic data in pediatrics
    Adrenal disorders
    Loss of weight - differential diagnosis
  9. Preventative examinations in pediatrics
    Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
    Growth failure - differential diagnosis
  10. Child abused and neglect
    Diabetes in childhood/adolescence
    Overgrowth - differential diagnosis
  11. Development of human behaviour (Freud)
    Precocious puberty - differential diagnosis
  12. Development of human behaviour (Erikson)
    Disorders of metabolism of amino acids
    Delayed puberty - differential diagnosis
  13. Development of human behaviour (Piaget)
    Disorders of carbohydrate metabolism
    Abdominal pain - differential diagnosis
  14. Speech development
    Staphylococcus infections
    Haematuria - differential diagnosis
  15. Development of motoric functions
    Streptococcus infections
    Edema - differential diagnosis
  16. Puberty in boys
    Diseases with exanthema in children
    Gastrointestinal bleeding - differential diagnosis
  17. Puberty in girls
    Storage diseases
    Hypocalcemia - differential diagnosis
  18. Evaluation of pubertal signs
    Infections of the central nervous system
    Spleen enlargement - differential diagnosis
  19. ‘Sandwich’ model of human growth
    Disorders of lipid metabolism
    Hypernatremia - differential diagnosis
  20. Prenatal and infantile growth period
    Hyponatremia - differential diagnosis
  21. Childhood growth period
    Urinary tract infection
    Hypercalemia - differential diagnosis
  22. Pubertal growth period
    Glomerulonephritis in children
    Hypocalemia - differential diagnosis
  23. How to use percentile growth charts
    Chronic renal insufficiency
    Hypoglycemia - differential diagnosis
  24. Secular growth acceleration
    Renal tubulopathies
    Constipation - differential diagnosis
  25. Pathophysiology of growth retardation
    Gastrointestinal infections
    Arterial hypertension - differential diagnosis
  26. Pathophysiology of accelerated growth
    Disorders of red blood cells
    Obesity - differential diagnosis
  27. Disorders of the sexual differentiation
    Lyme borreliosis
    Liver enlargement - differential diagnosis
  28. Injuries/accidents in childhood
    Cardiac disrhytmias
    Delayed speech development - differential diagnosis
  29. Hypovitaminoses, rickets
    Disorders of myocardium/endocardium
    Psychomotoric retardation - differential diagnosis
  30. Malabsorption
    Bleeding conditions
    Painful joins - differential diagnosis
  31. Cystic fibrosis
    Disorders of blood platelets
    Stridor - differential diagnosis
  32. Disorders of acid-base balance
    Immune defects
    Epistaxis - differential diagnosis
  33. Congenital hypothyroidism
    Disorders of white blood cells
    Bedwetting - differential diagnosis
  34. Sudden infant death syndrome
    Nephrotic syndrome
    Dyspnoe in children - differential diagnosis
  35. Respiratory insufficieny/failure
    Lymphomas and histiocyte syndromes
    Leucocytosis - differential diagnosis
  36. Acute renal failure
    Rheumatic fever
    Elevated ESR - differential diagnosis
  37. Acute laryngitis and epiglottitis
    Juvenile idiopathic (rheumatoid) arthritis
    Neutropenia - differential diagnosis
  38. Trace elements in child nutrition
    Autoimmune conditions in children
    Anemia - differential diagnosis
  39. Treatment of dehydration
    Allergic conditions in chilhood
    Cough - differential diagnosis
  40. Parenteral and enteral nutrition
    Disorders of the upper respiratory tract
    Hypoproteinemia - differential diagnosis
  41. Treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis
    Disorders of the lower respiratory tract
    School failure - differential diagnosis
  42. Treatment of cardiac failure
    Eating disorders
    Jaundice - differential diagnosis
  43. Cardiopulmonal resuscitation
    Transplantations in pediatrics
    Unconsciousness - differential diagnosis
  44. Shock - pathophysiology, clinical signs, therapy
    Inflammatory bowel diseases
    Hemoptysis - differential diagnosis
  45. Bronchial asthma
    Psychosomatic conditions in children
    Disrupted walking - differential diagnosis
  46. Celiac disease
    Diffuse disorders of lung parenchyma
    Micro-, macrocephaly - differential diagnosis
  47. Gastroesophageal reflux
    Respiratory tract infections
    Proteinuria - differential diagnosis
  48. Renal function examination
    Pancreatic disorders
    Enlarged lymph nodes - differential diagnosis
  49. Elimination and separation methods
    Failure to thrive - differential diagnosis
  50. Hemolytic uremic syndrome
    Enlarged abdomen in infants - differential diagnosis


  1. The newborn of mother abusing drugs
  2. Congenital infections of the fetus and the newborn
  3. Transition of the newborn after delivery
  4. Procedure in neonatal resuscitation
  5. Care of the newborn in the delivery room and clinical assessment of infant’s condition
  6. High-risk neonate - classification, and characteris tics of the individual groups
  7. Preterm infant - definition, clinical features, main clinical problems
  8. Small-for-date infant – definition, clinical features, main clinical problems
  9. Post-term infant – definition, clinical features, main clinical problems
  10. Large-for-date infant – definition, clinical features and main clinical problems
  11. Routine examination of the newborn infant
  12. Perinatal asphyxia - influence on the fetus and the neonate
  13. Birth trauma
  14. Respiratory disorders in term newborn infants
  15. Respiratory problems in premature infants
  16. Perinatal brain injury
  17. Principles of enteral nutrition in the newborn infants
  18. Neonatal infections – forms, etiology, clinical features, and laboratory tests
  19. Severe forms of neonatal infections – diagnostic, and principles of treatment
  20. Nosocomial infections in the newborns
  21. Jaundice of the newborn – bilirubin metabolism, classification of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, and clinical features
  22. Hemolytic hyperbilirubinemia – causes, clinical features, diagnostic, and therapy
  23. Neonatal seizures – causes, diagnostic, and therapy
  24. Major congenital anomalies of GIT
  25. Major congenital renal and urinary tract anomalies
  26. Congenital anomalies of central nervous system
  27. Basic principles in the diagnostics of congenital defects
  28. Chromosomally conditioned congenital disorders
  29. Surgical problems in the neonatal period
  30. Congenital heart defects without cyanosis
  31. Congenital heart defects with cyanosis
  32. Major congenital defects of respiratory system
  33. Disorders of glucose homeostasis
  34. Extra-pulmonary causes of neonatal hypoxia
  35. Fluid and electrolyte balance in the neonate
  36. Neonatal anemia
  37. Ethical problems in neonatology
  38. Bleeding disorders in the neonate
  39. Discharge planning in the well newborn infants
  40. Principles of oxygen therapy, especially in the premature infants
  41. Screening tests in the newborn infants

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