At the end of the block, the student must be familiar with the terminology of diseases of the male and female genital tract and breast, its macroscopic and microscopic aspects and molecular bases. It is to know the differences between benign and malignant, and the contribution of Pathology in diagnosis and prognosis of these diseases.
UNIT 28. PATHOLOGY male genital tract.
Contents: Pathology penis malformations, inflammatory lesions, neoplasms. Testis: cryptorchidism and testicular atrophy, inflammatory lesions, testicular neoplasms. Prostate prostatitis, prostatic nodular hyperplasia, prostatic carcinoma.
UNIT 29. UTERINE PATHOLOGY.
Contents: Cervicitis, human papillomavirus (HPV) and precancerous lesions of the cervix, carcinoma of the cervix. Pathology of the uterine corpus: Endometritis. Adenomyosis. Endometriosis. functional pathology of the endometrium. tumor pathology Endometrial polyp endometrium, endometrial hyperplasia, endometrial carcinoma. myometrial benign and malignant tumor pathology.
UNIT 30. PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY.
Contents: Introduction. Diseases of early pregnancy: abortion; ectopic pregnancy. Diseases of late pregnancy: placental abnormalities, placental inflammation and infection, toxemia of pregnancy. Gestational trophoblastic disease: hydatidiform mole, invasive mole, choriocarcinoma, placental trophoblastic tumor bed.
UNIT 31. PATHOLOGY OVARIAN.
Contents: follicular and luteal cysts. Polycystic ovary. Classification of ovarian tumors. Epithelial derived tumors surface. Tumors derived from germ cells. Tumor-stroma sexual cords. Metastasis. Stages of ovarian cancer. Prognostic factors.
UNIT 32. BREAST PATHOLOGY.
Contents: Mastitis. fibrocystic lesion. proliferative breast disease. Stromal tumors of the breast. Breast carcinoma: general, histological types, stages and prognostic factors.
KEY ISSUES TO DEVELOP:
Vulvar pathology (INFLMACIONES, DYSTROPHIES, condyloma, VIN, carcinoma Paget's disease, tumors melanin).
PATHOLOGY OF THE VAGINA (adenosis, vaginitis, vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia, tumors).
CERVIX PATHOLOGY (CERVICITIS polyps Neoplasia cervical intraepithelial carcinoma).
PATHOLOGY uterus (endometritis, endometriosis, polyps, carcinomas, leiomyoma and leiomyosarcoma).
OVARIAN PATHOLOGY (endometriosis, cysts, tumors, primary and metastatic).
PATHOLOGY OF PREGNANCY AND PLACENTA (Gestational trophoblastic disease)