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Microsurgery of the eyes

Number of credits-19

Type of control-exam

The equipment of the operating unit. Aseptic, antiseptic. Microsurgical instruments, stitch material. Methods of microsurgery of eyelid pathology. Microsurgery of pterygium, simblepharon, pingvecule, etc. Types of keratoplasty. Microsurgery of various types of cataracts. Strabismus’s microsurgery. Penetrating glaucoma surgery, non-penetrating surgery, ciliary body surgery, glaucoma microsurgery using drainage. Vitreoretinal microsurgery.

Ophthalmology outpatient -2

Number of credits-35

Type of control-exam

Congenital anomalies of the eyelids. Etiology, pathogenesis, clinic, treatment of diseases of the eyelids. Modern ideas about dry eye syndrome. Diagnosis, treatment. Diseases of the orbit. Inflammatory diseases of the orbit. Thrombophlebitis of orbital veins, cavernous sinus thrombosis. Orbital diseases due to circulatory disorders. impaired development of the cornea. Inflammation of the cornea (keratitis). The most common keratitis for children and adults. Methods of diagnosis. Classification of keratitis by etiology, severity and localization of the process. The main subjective and objective signs of keratitis. Principles and duration of treatment. Treatment outcomes.Endocrine ophthalmopathy. Thyrotoxic exophthalmos, edematous exophthalmos and endocrine myopathy. Pathogenesis, clinic, diagnosis, treatment. Indications for medical and surgical methods of treatment. Inflammation of the sclera (episcleritis, scleritis). Clinic. The most common causes of their occurrence.

Ophthalmology outpatient - 1

Number of credits-26

Type of control-exam

General principles of the organization of the provision of ophthalmic care at the prehospital stage. Anatomy and physiology of the adnexa of the eye, eyeball and orbit. Visual acuity, light perception, field of vision, color perception, binocular vision. Types of refraction. Selection of glasses for myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism. Treatment of eye diseases on an outpatient basis. Modern clinical protocols for diagnosis and treatment on an outpatient basis.`Day hospital`, principles of work. Types of conjunctivitis. Features manifestations of conjunctivitis for adults and children. Methods of diagnosis. Methods of treatment. Bacterial conjunctivitis. Herpes virus and adenoviral conjunctivitis. Trachoma, paratrachoma. Allergic conjunctivitis. Dystrophic conjunctival disease. Chronic purulent dacryocystitis. Methods of diagnosis. Methods of treatment. Dacryocystitis of newborns.

Ophthalmology inpatient - 2

Number of credits-14

Type of control-exam

Dry form of AMD. The clinic. Wet AMD. Diagnostic Methods. Indications for intravitreal injection of angiogenesis inhibitors. Classification of PCRD, clinic, diagnostic methods. Treatment methods. Methods of examination of patients with retinal detachment. Treatment tactics for patients with various types of retinal detachment. Rehabilitation of patients after retinal detachment surgery. Monitoring. Prerequisites for the development of refractive surgery. The history of the development of refractive surgery, stages. Equipment for excimer laser surgery. The principle of operation of an excimer laser. Methods of excimer laser surgery. Femtosecond laser in excimer laser surgery. Indications, contraindications for phakic correction. Method of phakic correction

Ophthalmology inpatient – 3

Number of credits-60

Type of control-exam

Diagnosis, treatment of eye pathology of children. Concomitant, paretic, paralytic strabismus. Classification. Survey methods. Amblyopia. Pleoptic, orthoptic treatment. Surgery. Congenital, juvenile glaucoma. Congenital cataract, classification, clinic, examination methods. Retinopathy of prematurity. Modern methods of treating retinopathy of premature infants. Features of blood supply and innervation of the vascular tract. Congenital malformations of the vascular tract. Inflammatory diseases of the anterior segment of the eye. Inflammatory diseases of the posterior segment of the eye: chorioretinitis. Eye lesions in general diseases of the body: Behchet’s syndrome, Behterev’s syndrome, other. Features of the clinic, diagnostic methods, treatment. Myopic disease. Classification of complicated myopia. Methods of medical, laser and surgical treatment of progressive myopia. Frequently encountered syndromes in eye practice. Diagnosis of pathology of the vitreous body. Indications for surgical treatment of vitreous pathology.

Ophthalmology inpatient – 1

Number of credits-42

Type of control-exam

Age-related structural features of the lens. Pathogenetic mechanisms of cataract development. Types of cataracts. Indications for surgical treatment of cataracts. Clinical manifestations of complicated and secondary cataracts. Types of blocks in the drainage system of the eye. Gonioscopy Intraocular hypertension. Primary glaucoma. An acute attack of glaucoma. Methods of diagnosis, treatment. First Aid. Differential diagnosis. Classification of secondary glaucoma. Pathogenetic basis for the treatment of secondary glaucoma.Melanoma and retinoblastoma. Etiopathogenesis of papilloedema. Clinic, diagnostics, treatment. Features of the clinic of neuritis of differet parts of the optic nerve, diagnostic methods, treatment. Etiology of atrophy of the optic nerve, types of atrophy. The clinic of optic atrophy, optocochiasmal arachnoiditis. Methods of diagnosis, treatment.