Subject: Internal Medicine

Semmelweis University Name of educational organization: 2nd Department of Internal Medicine
Subject Name: Internal Medicine
Course Type: compulsory
Code FOKOBL2148; FOKOBL2182
Credit value: Internal Medicine I: 3; Internal Medicine II: 3; Internal Medicine III: 1
Name of lecturer: Dr. Gábor Békési
Year of study: 2017/18
The task of the subject is to accomplish the purpose of the training:
Internal Medicine is the most comprehensive area of medical science. Oral disorders are frequently associate with internal medical conditions and internal diseases may be accompanied by dental changes. The purpose of the training is to describe these contexts.
Subject matter (preferably weekly, broken down by number):
Internal Medicine I: The task of internal medicine; Patient examination; Medical history; Illnesses of the airways; Circulatory system disorders
Internal Medicine II: Haematology; Endocrinology; Immunology; Infectious diseases
Internal Medicine III: Nephrology; Gastroenterology
Requirements for attendance and non-attendance:
The sessions can be attended by successful students enrolled in the semester. Participation is compulsory. If there is a certified absence, there is a possibility to replenish another time after consultation with the practitioner.
The method of attestation in the case of missions and absences:
A medical certificate is required in case of illness. For a family or other problem we ask for a written explanation.
Number, topic and time, substitution and correction of mid-term audits (reports, exams):
During the semester, during the first part of the exercises, the material of the lecture of the previous week will be discussed in the form of questions to the students. If justified, this may be repeated and replaced for the next time.
Requirements for signature at the end of the semester (including the number and type of student tasks to be solved with individual work):
Signature at the end of the semester is subject to no unjustified and unresolved absenteeism, active participation in the exercises and proficiency in the curriculum
Method of grading:
The answer to questions asked during the examination should reflect student preparedness in both theoretical and practical aspects.
Type of exam: Internal Medicine I: Signature at the end of the semester; Internal Medicine II: Kollokvium; Internal Medicine III: Final examination
Exam requirements:
The material of the lectures, the knowledge of the exercises and the compulsory literature.
Method of reporting:
Through the Neptun system
The order of modification of the test report:
Through the Neptun system
Modalization of absence from the examination:
We require a medical certificate or a written justification.
List of notes, textbooks, guides and literature that can be used to learn the curriculum:
Cecil Essentials of Medicine (W.B. Saunders Company)