LESSON 20. PIODERMITIS
1) Cutaneous flora
(2) Pathogenic mechanisms: huespedmicroorganismo imbalance.
(3) Main-causing microorganisms: Staphylococcus and streptococcus.
4.1 Superficial skin infections (impetigo, Ecthyma, Folliculitis, boil)
4.2 Deep skin infections (Erysipelas, cellulitis, Fasciitis).
5.1 General measures
5.2 Topical treatment
5.3 Systemic treatment
(6) Other skin infections
6.1 Pseudomonas infections
6.2 Corinebacterias infections
1) Distinguish the clinical features of the major infectious skin pictures (impetigo, Ecthyma, Folliculitis, Erysipelas, cellulitis).
(2) Explain the preventive measures and provide an approach to treatment in these infections.
(3) Suspect an infection by Pseudomonas in the foot
(4) Suspect an infection by corinebacterias on foot
LESSON 21. MYCOSIS
1) Technical Mycological.
(2) Risk factors.
3.1 Pityriasis versicolor.
3.2 Dermatophyte infections
3.2.1 Tubs which affect scalp
3.2.2 Tubs affecting epidermis
4) Differential diagnosis
(1) Take a sample for identification or Mycological culture correctly.
(2) Classified the different species of fungi that affect human beings.
(3) Describe the clinical features of the different types of ringworm caused by dermatophytes
(4) Guide the diagnosis and treatment of a tub you ask
(5) To guide the diagnosis and treatment of an Onychomycosis
(6) Direct treatment of a dermatophyte.
(7) Recognize a yeast infection clinically, enumerate the possible predisposing factors and guide your treatment.
LESION 22. VIRAL
1) Classification of the main viruses that cause infection in humans.
(2) Human papillomavirus (hpv) virus infections
3) Herpes virus infections
3.1. Herpes simplex virus
3.2. Varicella-zoster virus
4) Poxvirus infections
4.2 Hodule of computers
4.3. Molluscum Contagiosum
5) Viral exanthems
1) List the different clinical forms of viral warts and describe its characteristics.
(2) Describe the diagnostic techniques, clinical manifestations and treatment of herpes simplex virus and varicella-zoster infections.
(3) Explain the different types of treatment used in viral warts and the molluscum contagiosum.
LESSON 23. OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES WITH PODIATRIC EXPRESSION
(1) Insect bites and its peculiarities. Disease conveyed by bites
1.2 Boutonneuse Fever
1.3 Lyme disease
2) Parasitic diseases
1) Recognize a sting.
(2) Explain briefly the diseases that can be transmitted by ticks: Boutonneuse Fever lyme disease
(3) Describe the specific lesions of scabies.
(4) Explain the hygienic and preventive measures of scabies
(5) Know how to treat a scabies
(6) Think about a syphilis before some bearing injuries
LESSON 24. IV CLINICAL CASES
1) Bacterial infections
2) Viral infections
(3) Infections zooparasitarias
4) Fungal infections
(5) Other infections
1) Suspect a primary bacterial infection on the skin
(2) Know to identify bacterial infection by pseudomonas
(3) Identify the skin infections in the foot by HPV
(4) Differentiate warts Plantar corns Plantar
(5) Direct treatment and hygiene measures before a skin infection on the foot
(6) Suspected infections main zooparasitarias
(7) Know the existence of clinical signs that guide to less common infections