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Dermatology[edit | edit source]

  1. Anatomy of the skin; the skin appendages
  2. Physiological functions of the skin
  3. Dermatological history, primary and secondary skin lesions, examples of diseases
  4. Physical examination and its description, configurations of lesions, examples of diseases
  5. Histopathological changes in the skin
  6. Topical therapy in dermatology, indications, side effects of topical steroids
  7. Physical therapy in dermatology, phototherapy, laser, indications
  8. Chronic venous insufficiency and venous leg ulcers, differential diagnosis, therapy
  9. Skin diseases due to mechanical and thermal causes
  10. Photodermatoses, phototoxic dermatitis, porphyria cutanea tarda
  11. Diseases caused by parasites, scabies (clinical picture, diagnosis, therapy), pediculosis, trombidiosis
  12. Tinea corporis, tinea pedum et manuum (Ringworm, athlete´s foot, tinea of the hand diagnosis, therapy)
  13. Onychomycosis, mycoses of the scalp and beard region, diagnosis, therapy
  14. Pityriasis versicolor, erythrasma
  15. Candidosis
  16. Pyodermas of the adnexal structures, superficial pyodermas, impetigo -
  17. Deep pyodermas, erysipelas
  18. Mycobacterioses -tuberculosis of the skin
  19. Skin manifestations of Lyme disease
  20. Skin diseases caused by human papillomaviruses
  21. Herpes simplex, herpes zoster (shingles)
  22. Irritant contact dermatitis
  23. Allergic contact dermatitis, investigation methods, important allergens
  24. Microbial (infectious)/nummular eczema, varicous dermatitis
  25. Atopic dermatitis
  26. Seborrhoeic dermatitis
  27. Drug eruptions, diagnosis, therapy
  28. Urticaria, Quincke oedema
  29. Psoriasis vulgaris, clinical picture, therapy (topical, systemic)
  30. Lichen (ruber) planus
  31. Pityriasis rosea
  32. Pemphigus
  33. Pemphigoid
  34. Dermatitis herpetiformis Duhring
  35. Erythema exsudativum multiforme, toxic epidermal necrolysis
  36. Erythroderma
  37. Scleroderma
  38. Dermatomyositis
  39. Erythematodes (lupus erythematosus)
  40. Necrobiotic granulomatous processes
  41. Sarcoidosis
  42. Disorders of pigmentation
  43. Disorders of hair growth, alopecia
  44. Acne vulgaris
  45. Rosacea, perioral dermatitis
  46. Cheilitis, aphthous stomatitis – relation to systemic diseases
  47. Functional angiopathies – Raynaud phenomenon, acrocyanosis
  48. Vasculitis
  49. Pruritus –examples of systemic causes, prurigo
  50. Melanocytic naevi
  51. Precanceroses, Bowen ´s disease, Paget ´s disease
  52. Basal cell carcinoma
  53. Squamous cell carcinoma
  54. Seborrheic wart, syringoma,, keratoacanthoma, fibrous histiocytoma, keloid
  55. Cutaneous lymphomas and pseudolymphomas, mycosis fungoides
  56. Malignant melanoma
  57. Vascular nevi and tumors
  58. Dermatitis artefacta

Venereology[edit | edit source]

  1. Venereal diseases – a review, their social significance
  2. Syphilis, etiology, basic classification, therapy, follow-up, prevention
  3. Microscopic and serological diagnosis of syphilis
  4. Primary syphilis, clinical picture, localization, differential diagnosis
  5. Secondary syphilis, clinical picture, differential diagnosis, mucosal lesions
  6. Tertiary syphilis, cutaneous mucosal nervous system and internal organs manifestations
  7. Syphilis congenita recens and tarda
  8. Gonorrhoea, therapy, criteria of cure
  9. Measures to be taken by doctor and patient in the case of sexually transmitted disease
  10. Chancroid (ulcus molle), lymphogranuloma venereum
  11. Skin diseases of the external genitalia (except for venereal diseases and urethritis)
  12. Non-gonococcal urethritis
  13. AIDS