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5th year Course Book/Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 5th year Course Book/Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Document Transcript

  • Course Book Of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fifth Stage Department of Surgery College of Medicine 2010-2011
  • Course coordinator and list of teachers on this course Course: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Course coordinator: Dr. Ari Raheem Qader Department: surgery College: Medicine Course coordinator link:drzangana@yahoo.com Tel. +9647701526316 List of teacher on this course: Dr. Ari Raheem Qader
  • Course Overview The course of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is dedicated to deal with undergraduate level to know the importance of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in the daily activities of the junior doctors and the sessions and the lectures are overall based on simple principles and standards for the juniors in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to understand the physiology and pathology and management of these problems in simple and qualified methods in 6 lectures and 6 hours practical.
  • Course Objectives At the end of the course of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the students should be able to master and perform the basic skills that are considered fundamentals in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and to have basic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery experience needed for doctors in surgery department or in case of surgical emergency.
  • Course Reading List 1-Baily and Love, short practice of surgery 2-Grabb and Smiths plastic surgery. 3-Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. American Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Association . 4-Mathes plastic surgery
  • Syllabus No. Title of subject 1 Basic Principle 2 Reconstructive Ladder 3 Skin Graft 4 Skin Flap 5 Cleft Lip and Palate 6 Vascular Anomalies
  • Student feedback for the subject of a lecture No. Evaluation Questions Score Subjective Remarks (1-5) 1 The objectives and key messages of the subject were clear 2 The contents of the subject were useful and related to the main objectives of the course 3 The materials were prepared carefully as needed 4 The lecturer/ tutor while lecturing tried to analyze the principles, contents and the important points of the subject simply and properly. 5 The lecturer/ tutor while lecturing kept my attention. 6 The lecturer/ tutor came into the classroom on time and was committed to the duration of the lecture. 7 The lecturer's behavior in the classroom was calm and respectful 8 The slides used in the lecture were clear and attractive.
  • 9 At the end of the lecture, the lecturer gave the students a chance for questions and comments. His/ her answers were complete. 10 The reading sources are new and compatible with the subject. Total score 1-very bad 2–bad 3–medium 4- good 5- verygood Examinations. It is part in general surgery examination Types of questions: 1-short essay. 2-multiple choice questions 3- Enumerate Examples: 1-Full thickness graft: a-Have greatest sensory return. b-Contain less hair follicles. c-Survival of graft more. D-Harvest site can close primary.
  • E-have less cosmetic appearance. 2-Skin flaps: a-Has its own blood supply. b-Is often simpler than skin graft. c-Needed for covering recipient beds that have poor vascularity. d-Muscle flaps may provide a functional motor unit. e-Consist of skin only.