Course Code: OBGY903
Hours Distribution: (1Lec,3Cln)
Course Type: Major Core (MC)
Applied anatomy of the genital tract. Embryological development of the genital tract and is clinical Applications. Reproductive physiology. Molecular biology and genetics. Principles of practice and patient care. Initial assessment and communication. Quality assessment and improvement. Epidemiology for the gynecologist. Benign diseases of the female reproductive tract. Pelvic pain and dysmenorrhea, sacralgia, and anal pain. Sexually transmitted infections. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Lower genital tract infections. Intraepithelial diseases of the cervix, vagina and vulva. Early pregnancy loss and ectopic pregnancy. Benign breast diseases. Operative gynecology: preoperative evaluation and postoperative.Management, principles and complications of gynecologic surgery, abdominal incisions, suture material and equipment. Informed consent, fluid replacement, parenteral nutrition, bowel preparation, bladder care,Chain care. Incontinence, prolapse and disorders of the pelvic floor. Periodic screening infemales. Human sexuality and sexual problems. Female child examination. Rape management. Gynecological urology.