Masters Courses

Masters Courses

Scalp dermopigmentation: history, scientific and technical foundations.
Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the scalp.
Foundations of baldness surgery
Tricopigmentation: indications, tools and technique.
Psychology, anthropology and psychopathology in trichology
The tricopigmentation technique applied to synthetic simulators
The technique of tricopigmentation in the clinic
MODULES AND CONTENTS
Module 1 – NOTIONS OF SKIN EPIDEMIOLOGY, ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY• Introduction to the fundamental concepts of epidemiology• Literature databases• Correct interpretation of a scientific article• Embryogenesis of the cutaneous organ• Anatomy and physiology of the skin• The skin of the newborn and the child
Module 2 – DIAGNOSIS IN DERMATOLOGY, DIAGNOSTIC INSTRUMENTS (PRACTICAL SESSION)• Objective examination, elementary lesions, morphological diagnosis and clinical diagnosis• Wood light examination, diascopy, research of the Darier sign, mycological examination, mite researchscabies, patch tests, dermoscopy, capillaroscopy, skin biopsy.
Module 3 – THE EXAMS, THE ABUSED CHILD• Typical and “atypical” exhilarations• Exanthem from medication• The cutaneous signs of abuse• How to behave in the suspicion of abuse• Legal medical aspects
Module 4 – THE GENODEMATOSIS• Principles of genetics, mosaicism and molecular biology• Neurofibromatosis• Tuberous sclerosis• Ichthyosis• Incontinentia pigmenti• Bullous epidermolysis• Prenatal diagnosis of hereditary disorders
Module 5 – NEONATAL DERMATOLOGY• Correct approach to the newborn and infant affected by skin lesions• Skin lesions of more common observation• Transient dermatoses of the newborn• Diaper area dermatitis• The newborn of color• Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus
Module 6 – PIGMENTATION DISORDERS• Melanocyte biology• Physiopathology of melanin synthesis• Clinic of hypopigmentation disorders and hyperpigmentation in children• Treatment of Pigmentation Disorders in the pediatric age
Module 7 – VASCULAR ANOMALIES AND PROLIFERAZIONI• Infantile hemangiomas and associated syndromes• Flat capillary malformations and associated syndromes• Melanocytic abnormalities and proliferations• Melanocytic proliferation• Acquired and congenital melanocytic nevi
Module 8 – ORTICARIA AND ERITEMI• Urticaria and angioedema• Cutaneous mastocytosis• Erythema Nodosum and panniculitis• Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Jhonson Syndrome, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
Module 9 – THE ATOPIC DERMATITIS• Epidemiology• Genetics• Immunology• The skin barrier• Clinical presentations and classification criteria• Impairment of quality of life and psychosocial aspects (…)• Treatment guidelines• Eczema and allergy
Module 10 – PSORIASIS AND OTHER DERMATITES• Psoriasis• Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris, rosea and lichenoid• Lichen Planus, Nitidus and Striatus• Seborrheic dermatitis of the child and adolescent• Allergic and irritative contact dermatitis• Phytodermatosis• Photodermatosis and photoprotection
Module 11 – ACQUIRED BLADDER-BUBBLES DISEASES• Linear IgA dermatitis• Pemphigus and pemphigoid
Module 12 – INFECTIVE, PARASITARIAN AND TROPICAL DERMATOSIS DISEASES• HPV and mollusc warts:• Herpes virus infections (HSV, VZV)• HIV infection• Bacterial infections (pyoderma and corinebacterial diseases)• Fungal infections (dermatophytosis and candidiasis)• Parasitic diseases (Scabies and pediculosis)• Ectoparasitosis• Leishmaniasis• Larva migrans• Miiasis• Leprosy• Lyme disease
Module 13 – CUTE AND MASYSTEMIC LATTIE• Chron’s disease • Schonlein-Henoch purple • Kawasaki disease • Cystic fibrosis • Endocrine disorders • Cutaneous scleroderma (morphea) • SLE and dermatomyositisModule 14 – CUTE AND ALIMENTAZIONE• Skin manifestations in nutrition disorders • Dermatitis herpetiformis • Celiac disease and skin • Skin and obesity • Food allergy and skin
Module 15 – GENEAR AREA AFFAIRS • Sclerero-atrophic Lichen • Vulvovaginitis • Sexually transmitted infections
Module 16 – NAILS AND HAIR • Infectious and allergic onicopathy • Psoriatic onychopathy • Alopecia • Alterations of the hair shaft • Notions of trichoscopy
Form 17 – NODULAR TUMORS AND INJURIES • Non-melanocytic nevi • Benign skin tumors • Pediatric melanoma • Lymphomas and pseudolymphomas • Cutaneous histiocytosis
Module 18 – PUBLICATIONS AND ADOLESCENCE • Hormonal changes and skin changes • Acne • Acneiform eruptions • Striae rubre and hirsutism • Body modifications • The psychological problems of adolescents
Module 20 – DERMATOLOGY OF MIGRANT POPULATIONS• Dermopatie on dark skin• Dermopatie from import• Ritual ethnic dermatopathy
Module 21 – PHOTOPROTEMENT AND COSMETICS IN PEDIATRIC AGE• Deterioration• Hydration• Photoprotection• Camouflage
Module 22 – MEDICAL THERAPY• General principles of local therapy• Topical products• Systemic drugs• Phototherapy
Module 23 – SURGICAL AND LASER THERAPY IN PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY, WHEN AND HOW• Benign neoformations of the skin• Infantile hemangiomas and flat capillary malformations• Melanocytic and non-melanocytic nevi• Pathological scars
OTHER EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES: 200 hoursA) CONFERENCESTHE REGISTRATION FOR THE MASTER PROVIDES THE FREE REGISTRATION TO THE FOLLOWING CONFERENCES:• Dermosa, Salerno 9-10 September 2017 (14 hours ECM every year)• Dermatology for Pediatricians, Riccione 19-20 May 2017 (14 hours ECM)• AQUA, Paestum 30-31 May 2017 (14 hours ECM)• Pediatric Mediterranean Dermatology, Chia Laguna July 2017 (28 hours ECM)• Pediatrics Tomorrow, from the present a look at the future, June Palinuro 2017 (28 hours ECM)THE PRESENTATION OF THE ATTESTATION OF PARTICIPATION IN THE CONFERENCES INDICATED INDICATESALSO THE PARTIAL EXEMPTION FROM THE INTERNSHIP ACTIVITIES PROVIDED BY THE MASTER (the exemptionit must be calculated on the basis of the hourly duration of the Conference in which it participates, as indicatedon the certificate). B) INTERNSHIP / STAGEFor the students who will have to do the internship the activities can start from the end of the second semester.Those enrolled in the Master’s program with work in progress in the specific field of the disciplines covered by theMasters can apply for exemption from traineeships.