Preparation to Clinical Pratice
- At the end of the course, the students should be able to create, at a clinical situation, appropriate diagnostic hypothesis, taking into account not only clinical data, but also epidemiology, should have the ability to prescribe the adequate complementary tests, and then evaluate the results of these tests to arrive to a final diagnosis, and finally, they should propose a therapy and establish the prognosis of the situation.
Prof. Doutor Roberto Palma dos Reis
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Harrison´s Principles of Internal Medicine, 19ª Ed
- Evaluation: A final test, with multiple choice assessment, corresponding to 80% of the final grade. The attendance and participation in lectures and practical sessions will worth 20 % of the final grade.
It is desirable that all students will participate in the sessions. The presence and participation in the sessions will be valued in the final grade.
chest pain (Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Pneumology)
syncope (Cardiology / Neurology / Internal Medicine)
fatigue (Hematology / Pulmonary Medicine / Cardiology / Gynecology and Obstetrics)
edema of the lower limbs (Cardiology / Gastroenterology / Nephrology)
lose weight (Internal Medicine / Gastroenterology / Psychiatry)
acute abdominal pain (Surgery / Gastroenterology / Internal Medicine / Gynecology & Obstetrics)
fever (Family Medicine / Internal Medicine / Hematology / Gynecology and Obstetrics)
Programs where the course is taught: