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ADE - SURGICAL AND ENDOVASCULAR TECHNIQUES FOR THE TREATMENT OF VASCULAR DISEASES

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ADE - SURGICAL AND ENDOVASCULAR TECHNIQUES FOR THE TREATMENT OF VASCULAR DISEASES

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Academic year 2022/2023

Course ID
SCB0411
Teacher
Prof. Gianfranco Varetto (Lecturer)
Year
4th year
Teaching period
Second semester
Type
Elective
Credits/Recognition
1
Course disciplinary sector (SSD)
MED/22 - vascular surgery
Delivery
Lecture
Language
English
Attendance
Mandatory
Type of examination
Oral
Prerequisites
the knowledge of basic principles of anatomy and pathophysiology are essential to actively participate to the course.
Propedeutic for
this course aims to give a general presentation of the most
common vascular diseases with a particular focus on the surgical and
endovascular therapeutic options.
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Sommario del corso

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Course objectives

this course aims to give a general presentation of the most
common vascular diseases with a particular focus on the surgical and
endovascular therapeutic options.

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Results of learning outcomes

at the end of the course all participants will be able to assess and classify the severity of a vascular disease in accordance with the European guidelines.

Moreover, the candidates will be able to critically analyze the different therapeutic options for every single patient and to address him to the best management.

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Program

Carotid artery disease (pathophysiology, clinical examination, vascular imaging,
medical, surgical and endovascular management)
Descending thoracic aorta disease (pathophysiology, clinical examination,
vascular imaging, medical, surgical and endovascular management)
Abdominal aorta disease (pathophysiology, clinical examination, vascular
imaging, medical, surgical and endovascular management)
Peripheral disease (pathophysiology, clinical examination, vascular imaging,
medical, surgical and endovascular management)

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Course delivery

frontal teaching

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Learning assessment methods

final interview

Suggested readings and bibliography

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slides + references to the European Guidelines



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Notes

Minimum number of students: 6

Maximum number of students: 100

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Class scheduleV

Lessons: dal 20/04/2022 to 22/04/2022

Notes: 20/04/2022
22/04/2022

from h 08:30 to h 13:30

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