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In the second semester students will be divided in groups of 5-6 and an intensive “living in”-“resident” – practical course will be held. This course will start on Mondays at 8.00 AM and will continue for one week. According to the timetable, every field of Ob/Gyn will be discussed in details with specialists of the Department. During this week there will be a chance to examine patients and to learn about the most interesting cases, as well as to learn medical thinking and practical steps in dealing with obstetrical and gynecological patients. In case of an interesting, remarkable or instructive event during the week all the students will be asked to be present. During this week two night duties are obligatory (from 6 PM until 6 AM next day), in the course of which there will be a chance to get acquainted with the urgencies of our specialty and to take part in the work of the delivery room. Use NEPTUN system to sign up to the given courses, being aware of the fact, that no further changes are allowed: only those, who have signed up have the chance to start the practical course.
Every practice and night duty will be certified by the lecturer in charge with a signature on an attendance sheet. The successful completion of the practice will be certified in your index. It is compulsory to be present and to take part in all events during this week (including the duty hours, too).


At the end of the second semester an oral semi-final examination (colloquium) must be taken. A list of the questions is given below. Each student will get one question on gynecology and one on obstetrics. A certificate of the practical course is required. This examination must be passed in front of an examining board in order to enter the sixth year.

Use NEPTUN system to sign up the semi-final exam: no individual requests are accepted!

Questions for oral exams (semi-final)
1. Obstetric and gynecologic evaluation
2. Physiologic changes in pregnancy (cardiovascular-, respiratory system)
3. Physiologic changes in pregnancy (renal system, hormonal changes)
4. Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. Eclampsia. HELLP-syndrome
5. Signs and symptoms of pregnancy
6. Pregnancy care, pregnancy counseling
7. Pregnancy and cardiovasular diseases
8. Pregnancy and diabetes mellitus. Gestational diabetes
9. Pregnancy and kidney diseases. Urinary tract infections
10. Pregnancy and gastrointestinal disorders
11. Pregnancy and hematologic disorders
12. Spontaneous abortion
13. Preterm labor and delivery
14. Intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR)
15. Uterine activity during labor. Characteristics of contractions, their anomalies. Treatment
16. Dystocia caused by abnormal presentation and position of the fetus
17. Dystocia caused by abnormalities of fetal structure or maternal pelvic alterations
18. Stages of delivery. Management of the first and second stage
19. Stages of delivery. Management of the third and fourth stage
20. Preparation for delivery. Obstetric anesthesia
21. Induction and augmentation of labor
22. Cephalopelvic disproportion and its consequences
23. Breech presentation
24. Malpresentations
25. Anomalies of rupture of membranes
26. Placenta previa. Other placental abnormalities
27. Multiple gestation
28. Placental abruption
29. Amniotic fluid and its disorders. Polyhydramnios and oligohydramnios
30. Postpartum hemorrhage
31. Lesions of the birth canal. Uterine rupture
32. Infectious diseases in pregnancy. Bacterial and parasite infections
33. Infectious diseases in pregnancy. Viral infections
34. Intrauterine fetal death. Postterm pregnancy
35. Detection of fetal jeopardy during pregnancy
36. Cardiotocography
37. Genetic counseling – Teratology
38. Licit and illicit drug use in pregnancy
39. Obstetrical examinations
40. Ultrasound diagnosis during gestation
41. Physiologic puerperium
42. Pathologic puerperium. Puerperal sepsis
43. Management of the newborn after delivery
44. Main forms of congenital malformations
45. Obstetric operations. Cesarean section (indications)
46. Obstetric statistics
47. Breast feeding
48. Pregnancy complicated by surgical diseases (appendicitis, ileus, cholelithiasis)
49. Advices during pregnancy


Questions for oral exams (semi-final)
1. Primary amenorrhea
2. Secondary amenorrhea
3. Stein-Leventhal syndrome (PCOS)
4. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
5. Dysmenorrhea. Premenstrual tension
6. Causes of infertility. The infertile couple
7. Examinations and treatment in infertility
8. Hormonal contraception. Intrauterine devices
9. Barrier and chemical contraceptives. Natural contraceptive methods
10. Puberty
11. Pediatric gynecology
12. Perimenopause
13. Inflammatory disorders of the vulva and vagina
14. Sexually transmitted diseases in female
15. Benign lesions of the vulva and vagina
16. Malignant tumors of the vulva and vagina
17. Etiology and precancerous states of cervical cancer
18. Symptoms, signs and screening of cervical cancer
19. Staging and therapy of cervical cancer. Pathology
20. Benign diseases of the uterus
21. Etiology and precancerous states of corporal cancer (hyperplasias)
22. Symptoms signs and screening of corporal cancer
23. Staging and therapy of corporal cancer. Pathology
24. Functional cysts of ovaries
25. Benign neoplasms of ovaries
26. Etiology, clinical presentation and screening of ovarian tumors
27. Staging and therapy of ovarian neoplasms. Pathology
28. Endometriosis and adenomyosis
29. Normal and abnormal positions of the vagina and uterus (genital prolapse) and their treatment
30. Urinary incontinence
31. Pelvic inflammatory disease
32. Pelvic pain
33. Ectopic pregnancy
34. Breast diseases
35. Breast cancer
36. Gynecologic operation technics (D and C, conisation)
37. Virilism and hirsutism
38. Hydatidiform mole
39. Choriocarcinoma
40. Principles of cancer therapy



The 1st Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides a great variety of topics for diploma works. It is advisable to start to work on your chosen topics as early as possible to be ready in time. One topic can be worked out only by one student. Any documentation of individual research work or that of a clinical observation, case study or statistic is required in the diploma work!


(for students graduating in 2017)
  Consultant Title
1. Dr. Anna Beke Follow-up of neurological defects of the newborn
2. Dr. Artúr Beke Congenital infection of the fetus
3. Dr. Ákos Csaba Comparison of amniocentesis and CVS in prenatal diagnosis
4. Dr. Zoltán Garamvölgyi Diabetes mellitus and pregnancy
5. Dr. Éva Görbe Respiratory therapy of the preterm newborns
6. Dr. Ágnes Harmath Perinatal management of congenital diaphragmatic hernia
7. Dr. Judit Jeager Postnatal management of newborn infants with intrauterine retardation
8. Dr. József Gábor Joó The etiology and diagnosis of fetal ventriculomegaly/hydrocephalus
9. Dr. Gyula Richárd Nagy Non-invasive prenatal testing
10. Dr. János Rigó Complications of preeclampsia
11. Dr. István Szabó Ultrasound follow-up in cases of hormone replacement therapy
12. Dr. Attila Bokor Management of endometriosis
13.  Dr. Szabolcs Máté Diagnosis and treatment of ectopic pregnancy
14.  Dr. András Ujházy STD screening among adolescents
15.  Dr. János Urbancsek Assisted reproduction: treatment for infertility patients with endometriosis
16.  Dr. János Urbancsek The number of transferred embryos and the efficacy of IVF treatment


  1. Choose a topic from the list
  2. Contact the consultant of the given topic
  3. After discussion with the consultant contact the leading tutor (Dr. NAGY) for registration
  4. Start your co-operation with the consultant (don’t forget: individual research is required!)
  5. Fill your Registration Form with your consultant properly
  6. Deadline for finishing your work is 13th January, 2017
  7. Present one copy of your work to the leading tutor (Dr. NAGY) before the deadline
  8. Defending your diploma work might take place in about 7-10 days after presenting it to the leading tutor
  9. Transfer one copy of your diploma work to the English Secretary after defending