Urogenital system, reproduction and sexuality 1
|Course code module||3BGEN-09|
|Study load (hours)||140|
Jean Jacques Wyndaele
|Language of instruction:||Dutch|
|Semester exam information:||exam in the 2nd semester|
|Contract restriction information:||faculty decision|
Basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology, cytology and histology, medical chemistry and biochemistry
all courses of Ba1 and Ba2
2. Objectives (expected learning outcomes)
Study aim 1. You can understand and reproduce the epidemiology of pathology of the transport of the urine, the physiology of the urine transport in pvela, ureters and the ureterovesical transition and in bladder, bladder neck and uretra and convert this to a practical aid for the clinical practrice.
Study aim 2. You are able tot understand, explain, clarify and identify pathology as background of clinical problems who are seen during day 2.
Study aim 3. You can from the analysis of urine understand urinary infection and explain the arguments for this decision (critical argumentation). Results of the urine analysis are coupled to clinical images.
Study aim 4. You can reproduce the knowledge about urinary symptoms and the anamnesis towards urine transport but most of all proves that you understand it and apply this in the clinical entity continence.
Study aim 5. You can reproduce and explain the clinical urological investigation.
Study aim 6. You can determine the groups of treatment (without details)
Study aim 7. You can name and explain the urological treatment form catheterisation (indicate similarities and differences, illustrating …)
Sexuality – reproduction
Study aim 1. You are able to reproduce, name and explain the knowledge about the masculine sexual happening (how it works and the function).
Study aim 2. You can analyse, report, summarize and screen critical a problem regarding the masculine sexual happening (basic of problem solving capacity in relation to the sexual happening).
Study aim 3. You can relate, connect on the basis of a basic conversation the problems of the patient on the knowledge that have been treated before.
Study aim 4. You can reproduce the story of the cycle, inclusive the function and the formation of the different hormonal ways.
Study aim 5. You can explain the physiology of the pregnancy starting from the fertilisation until the childbed for the mother, the child and their social environment.
Study aim 6. You can explain the subjective symptoms of a normal pregnancy starting from the clinical symptoms of a normal cycle.
Study aim 7. You can explain the objectively changes who appear in the body of the pregnant woman and in the clinical monitoring of the embryonic and fetal development.
Study aim 8. You can reproduce the life phases, explain to laypersons and analyse the question in these life phases (as long they are related to that life phase).
Study aim 9. You can identify complaints and indicate the causes.
Study aim 10. You can acquire a basic outline for the accompaniment and control of a pregnant woman from the preconceptional to the portpartal consult.
Study aim 11. You can order the first technical researches at a few specific situations during de pregnancy.
Study aim 12. You can explain the processing of the normal child-birth.
Study aim 13. You can guide a normal child-birth.
Study aim 14. You can reproduce the skills according guiding of breast feeding.
Study aim 15. You can reproduce the sexual response cycle and explain to laypersons.
Study aim 16. You can identify problems like libido abnormalities, dyspareunia and vaginismus and can refer the patient.
Study aim 17. You can give the similarities and the differences between the sexual preference and paraphilias.
Study aim 18. You can explain the aspects of the relational and sexual changes that appear on biopsychosocial face during the pregnancy and the postpartum.
Study aim 19. You can reproduce the aspects of sexuality at fertilisation therapy and can explain this to laypersons.
Study aim 20. You can explain the physiological changes during the child-bed and this both on a physical as psychic and social relational area.
Study aim 21. You can reproduce the aspects of genderidentity and gender disorder and explain to laypersons.
Study aim 22. You can reproduce the aspects of anticonception and analyse and resolve problems about this.
Study aim 23. You can give advice about anti conception with his different advantages and disadvantages during the lactation and non-lactation port partum.
3. Course content
In this module the following issues are discussed:
- Genitourinary system: physiology, normal urine transport, abnormalities, clinical research, treatment forms.
- Sexuality: sexuality and hormone, erection, ejaculation, morphological abnormalities of the penis, sexual obstructions,
fertility and therapy, intimacy, sexual preferences and paraphilias, gender, anti conception
- Reproduction; physiology, life phases, technical and clinical research
- Clinical line: gynaecologic research and breast research on phantoms and hects.
The students have to succeed in all the parts of this module.
4. Teaching method
Direct contact: LecturesPractical sessionsSkills training
Personal work: Assignments - individualSupervised self-study
5. Assessment method
Exam: Multiple choice
6. Compulsory reading – study material
part prof. Wyndaele: syllabus with recommended teaching materials : book + web pages
part prof. Jacquemyn: Impey, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Wiley Blackwell, 2008, 344p., ISBN 9781405160957
7. Recommended reading - study material
Schoolbook sexuologie by Slob et al, Bohn Stafleu of Loghum
Smith's General Urology, Tanagho en McAninch, 13rd of 14th edition, Lange Medical Book
laatste aanpassing: last update: 08/02/2011 15:34 david.kums