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|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|The student should be able to: recognize the importance of Pathological Anatomy to the study of the different pathologies; understand the steps that are made to obtain the results of an anatomopathological exam request; describe and identify the aspects of the different pathologies; have a domain about the fundaments of Pathological Anatomy to the resolution of problems in different contexts|
|1- Cell injury - reversible cell injury - hydropic swelling; morphological reactions to persistent stress - atrophy, hypertrophy, hyperpasia, metaplasia, dysplasia, intracellular storage; irreversible cell injury - necrosis, apoptosis.|
2- Inflammation - acute, chronic and granulomatous.
3- Wound healing - wound healing process; wound contraction; repair; regeneration; healing by primary and secondary intention; factors that influence wound healing; complication of wound healing.
4- Neoplasia - classification; histopatological characteristics; carcinogenesis; invasion; metastasis.
5- Assessment methods to histopathologic material in the pathology laboratory.
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|Understanding the methodology to histopathologic material in the pathology laboratory, the student will be able to execute the steps that are necessary to obtain the results of an anatomopathological exam request. |
Understanding and identifying the histological alterations in the different pathologies, the student will recognize the importance of Pathological Anatomy to their's clinical study.
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|Expository, demonstrative and interactive teacher-student lessons.|
The student is considered "Approved", to the curricular unit when obtaining the classification equal or superior to 9,5 values.
The final classification of the curricular unit results from the weighting of 60% of the theoretical component and 40% of the theoretical-practical component.
In the theoretical component a test will be performed.
In the theoretical-practical component there will be two tests each with a 50% weighting. The minimum value for the T and TP component is 7.0, below which the student will be sent to the global exam (T+TP).
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|The exposure and debate of relevant theorical concepts in the class and the student self study orientation by consulting the recommended bibliography will allow him to resolve problems in diverse contexts, recognizing the importance of Pathological Anatomy to the study of the different pathologies The practical classes will allow the student to perform and understand the steps that are necessary to obtain the results of an anatomopathological exam request. Histopathological slides observation and interpretation will allow the student to describe and identify the aspects of the different pathologies, consolidating the exposures main concepts through clinical pathological cases presentation and discussion|
|- Suvarna S, Layton C, Bancroft J. Bancroft’s Theory and Practice of Histological Techniques. 8th ed, Churchill- Livingstone. 2019.|
- Kumar, V.; Abbas A.K.; Aster, J.C. Robbins & Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, (Robbins Pathology), 10th Edition, Elsevier, 2020
- Rubin's Pathology: Mechanisms of Human Diseases, 8th Ed., 2019
- Stevens, Lowe. Patologia. 2ª ed. Editora Manole, 2002
- Stevens, Lowe, Young. Wheater's Basic histopathology - a colour atlas and text. 4ª ed. Churchill- Livingstone. 2002.
- C Costa, S Pereira. Atlas de apoio às aulas de Anatomia Patológica. ed UFP. 2008. (CD ROM)
|Lecturer (* Responsible):|
|Carlos Palmeira (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Céu Costa (email@example.com)
Lúcio Santos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sofia Pereira (email@example.com)