LESSON 7. DISORDERS OF KERATINIZATION 1) 2) 3) Ichthyosis 3.1 Pathophysiology definition definition 3.2 3.3 Classification congenital ichthyosis 3.4 3.5 Acquired Ichthyosis treatment 4) Keratodermias 4.1 Definition 4.2 Classification objectives 1) Explain the meaning of the horny layer and the normal mechanism of keratinization 2) Understand the mechanisms that alter the normal process of keratinization 3) Clinically suspect an ichthyosis. 4) Perform a medical history and a proper scan to suspect an ichthyosis or a 5 keratoderma) Enumerate the possibilities of treatment
LESSON 8. DERMATITIS FISSURING 1) Psoriasis 1.1 Definition 1.2 pathogenesis. 1.3 Histology 1.4 1.5 Clinical forms treatment 2) Lichen Planus 2.1 Definition 2.2 2.3 Clinical treatment 3) Pityriasis 3.1 Definition 3.2 3.3 Clinical treatment 4) Seborrheic Dermatitis 4.1 Definition 4.2 4.3 Clinical forms treatment goals 1) Recognize psoriasis. (2) Explain the different clinical forms of psoriasis. (3) Suspected a Psoriatic Erythroderma. (4) Appoint the main treatments for psoriasis. (5) Recognize a Lichen Planus. (6) Suspected a seborrheic dermatitis or a Pityriasis Rosea.
LESSON 9. DISEASES AMPOLLOSAS. 1) General information 2) Structures of dermal cohesion 3) Mechanisms of blistering 4) Clinical features of blisters according to their location. (5) Classification of diseases which present with blisters. (6) Autoimmune blistering diseases 7) Pemphigus 8) Pemphigoid 9) Diseases mecanobullosas 9.1 classification of the blistering 9.2 9.2.1 Bullous Epidermolysis Bullosa Cutaneous manifestations 9.2.2 9.2.3 Systemic manifestations care podiatric of the Bullous Epidermolysis objectives 1) Differentiate the clinical features of intraepidermicas blisters and the subepidermal. (2) Classified diseases where the blister is the main injury. (3) Suspected a hereditary Epidermolysis Bullosa. 4) Suspect an autoimmune blistering disease 5) Explain the mechanism of formation of a blister in Pemphigus and Pemphigoid. (6) Orientate the diagnosis of a blistering disease
LESSON 10. ALTERATIONS of cause mechanical 1) Injuries traumatic 2.1 2.) Calluses, types of calluses, 2.2 Differential diagnosis, 2.3 Treatment goals 1) Recognize the possible traumatic dermatological lesions affecting the skin of the foot 2) Recognize a callus and its different types 3) Properly consider the differential diagnosis between a nail and a wart plantar4) Plan adequate preventive and palliative treatment
LESSON 11. ECZEMA. General information and contact DERMATITIS 1) Barrier function of layer cornea 2) Concept of eczema (dermatitis) 3) Classification 3.1 Irritant Contact Dermatitis: acute (toxic) and chronic. 3.2. Allergic contact dermatitis. 3.2.1 Features, 3.2.2 Test patch, treatment 3.2.3 and 3.2.4 Introduction to allergic contact dermatitis by footwear. Involved major allergens and clinical features. OBJECTIVES 1) Distinguish an eczema of the rest of the modes of getting sick dermatological. (2) Recognize an eczema in any of its evolutionary moments. (3) Suspected irritant or allergic nature of an ecazema. (4) Indicate a patch testing. (5) Guiding the treatment of eczematous dermatitis depending on the agudezacronicidad you are. (6) See allergic contact dermatitis by footwear to suspect it, as well as to know what are the most important allergens involved
LESSON 12. OTHER ECZEMA. 1) Atopic dermatitis, 1.1 Concept of atopy, 1.2 Definition 1.3 Clinical manifestations, 1.4 Epidemiology and social impact, 1.5 Pathogenesis, 1.6 triggers, 1.7 Diagnostic, 1.8 Complications, 1.9 Treatment goals 1) Be capable of expressing the concept of atopic dermatitis. (2) Understand all the factors involved in its development 3) Stating the diagnostic criteria of an atopic dermatitis 4) Guiding the treatment of mild and moderate forms of atopic dermatitis.
LESSON 13.- Clinical cases II: 1) Disorders of keratinization 2) Blisters 3) Diseases eritematodescamativas 4) 5) Eczema mechanical cause diseases. OBJECTIVES: 1) recognition of the cutaneous lesions with keratinization, 2) Therapeutic approach of an alteration eritematodescamativa commitment, 3) Diagnostic differential a keratoderma, 4) Clinical approach of a blistering lesion, 5) Differential diagnosis of a callus plantar and a Verruca plantar, 6) Recognition of patterns of acute and chronic, 7) Therapeutic approach in an eczema eczema