Soukupova, Stanislava
Poslední změna: 20.12. 2019

Question list

1 Coronary artery disease, chronic forms
  Diabetes mellitus type I
  Heat injury
   
2 Acute coronary syndrome
  Diabetes mellitus type II
  Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
   
3 Complications of acute myocardial infarction
  Acute complications of diabetes
  Congenital metabolic disorders in adults (excluding very rare forms)
   
4 Heart failure: pathogenesis, clinical forms, diagnosis
  Chronic complications of diabetes
  Mushroom poisoning
   
5 Heart failure: pharmacotherapy
  Symptoms and signs of diabetes mellitus
  Alcohol poisonings (ethanol, methanol, ethyleneglycol)
   
6 Heart failure: non-pharmacological treatment
  Approach to the patient with dyslipidemia
  Approach to the patient with metabolic acidosis
   
7 Atrial fibrillation
  Obesity and metabolic syndrome
  Carbon monooxide, cyanide and organic phosphates poisonings
   
8 Supraventricular tachyarrhythmias (exluding atrial fibrillation)
  Assessment of the nutritional status of the patient
  Acute tubular necrosis – causes and principles of treatment
   
9 Ventricular arrhythmias
  Malnutrition and related risks
  Glomerulonephritis; clinical classification and the most common forms of chronic glomerulonephritis
   
10 Bradyarrhythmias
  Short bowel syndrome
  Renal involvement in systemic autoimmune diseases and vasculitis
   
11 Sudden cardiac death
  Approach to the patient with hyperkalemia
  Overview of immunosupression in clinical and transplant nephrology
   
12 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  Appropach to the patient with suspected intoxication
  Diabetes mellitus - patients' education and lifestyle measures
   
13 Essential arterial hypertension
  Nutritional support (enteral and parenteral nutrition)
  Urolithiasis, nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis, urinary tract obstruction
   
14 Cardiovascular prevention
  Approach to the patients with hyponatremia and hyponatremia
  Cold injury
   
15 Pulmonary embolism
  Osmolality disorders (body water balance, hyponatremia, hypernatremia)
  Systemic effects of ageing
   
16 Infective endocarditis
  Pathologic findings in urine tests; proteinuria/hematuria; nephrotic syndrome
  Cushing´s syndrome
   
17 Aortic dissection
  Acute kidney injury; causes, diagnosis, treatment
  Acquired coagulopathy, disseminated intravascular coagulation
   
18 Approach to the patient with transient loss of consciousness
  Methods of assessing renal function
  Geriatric syndromes (delirium, falls, incontinence, chronic pain, anorexia)
   
19 Approach to the patient with pulmonary edema
  Urinary tract infections – acute and chronic
  Electrical injury
   
20 Aortic stenosis
  Chronic kidney disease (CKD); definition, classification, clinical picture
  Approach to the patient with headache
   
21 Mitral insufficiency
  Renal replacement therapy – dialysis; principles and modalities
  Approach to the patient with backpain
   
22 Symptoms and signs of heart diseases
  Drug-induced nephrotoxicity; drug dosing in renal impairment
  Approach to the patient suspicious of occupational disease
   
23 Diagnostic techniques in cardiology
  Approach to the patient in shock
  Approach to the patient suspicious of allergic reaction
24 Bronchial asthma
  Acute and chronic tubulointerstitial non-infectious nephritis
  Metabolic complications and other complications associated with chronic kidney disease (bone disease, anemia, hyperparathyreoidism)
   
25 Small-cell lung cancer
  Native kidney biopsy; indications, contraindications, pre-biopsy evaluation, interpretation
  Approach to the patient with immunodeficiency disorder
   
26 Non-small-cell lung cancer
  Symptoms and signs of kidney diseases
  Diabetes inspididus
   
27 Pleural effusion, pleuritis, empyema
  Osteoporosis
  Anterior pituitary diseases
   
28 Approach to patient with cough
  Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis
  Radiation disease
   
29 Repiratory failure
  Approach to the patient with weight loss
  Adrenal incidentaloma
   
30 Interstitial lung diseases
  Anaphylaxis
  Approach to a dialysis patient - clinical picture, complications
   
31 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  Analgesic therapy
  Occupational disease due to physical agents
   
32 Tuberculosis
  Approach to the patient with chest pain
  Hyperviscosity syndrome
   
33 Pneumonia
  Approach to the delirant patient
  Occupational disease due to chemical agents
   
34 Approach to patient with dyspnoea
  Antimicrobial therapy
  Aterosclerosis - risk factors and pathogenesis
   
35 Approach to patient with haemoptysis
  Sepsis
  Complications of anticancer therapy
   
36 Pneumothorax
  Approach to the patient with unconsciousness
  Anorexia nervosa
   
37 Symptoms and signs of respiratory tract disesases
  Approach to the patient with oedema
  Symptomatic and palliative care
   
38 Fulminant liver failure
  Approach to the patient with cyanosis
  Endocrine tumours of the gastrointestinal tract and pancreas
   
39 Gastrointestinal bleeding
  Approach to the patient with fever
  Thyroid tumors
   
40 Acute pancreatitis
  Secondary arterial hypertension
  Pneumoconiosis (coal workers, silicosis, asbestosis)
   
41 Approach to the patient with constipation or diarrhoea
  Dilated and hyperthrophic cardiomyopathy
  Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
   
42 Colorectal cancer
  Pericardial disease and myocarditis
  Sarcoidosis
   
43 Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease and Barrett's oesophagus
  Valvular heart disease (excluding aortic stenosis and mitral insufficiency)
  Eosinophilic lung diseases
   
44 Approach to the patient with abdominal pain
  Critical limb ischemia
  Pulmonary heart disease and pulmonary hypertension (primary, secondary)
   
   
45 Maldigestion and malabsorption
  Peripheral artery disease, chronic forms
  Pulmonary function testing (obstruction, restriction, hyperinflation, gas transfer)
   
46 Inflammatory bowel disease (Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease)
  Deep vein thrombosis and superficial thrombophlebitis
  Cystic fibrosis in adults
   
47 Peptic ulcer disease
  Chronic venous insuffciency
  Diseases of chest wall, mediastinum, and diaphragm
   
48 Coeliac disease
  Raynaud's phenomenon and other vasomotor disorders
  Sleep apnoea syndrome (obstrcutive and central)
   
49 Portal hypertension and liver cirrhosis
  Aortic aneurysm
  Pulmonary infections in the immunocompromised hosts (viral, fungal)
   
50 Approach to the patient with jaundice
  Approach to the patient with the widening of mediastinum on the plain chest X-ray
  Supportive care in hematology and oncology (antimicrobial therapy,  transfusions, hematopoietic growth factors, analgesic therapy, ...)
   
51 Symptoms and signs of gastrointestinal diseases
  Tracheitis, bronchitis,  and bronchiolitis
  Approach to the bleeding in association with antithrombotic therapy
   
52 Rheumatoid arthritis
  Bronchiectasis and pulmonary abscess
  Functional gastrointestinal disorders
   
53 Systemic lupus erythematosus
  Gastritis and gastropathy
  Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
   
54 Symptoms and signs of rheumatic diseases
  Chronic pancreatitis
  Inherited coagulopathies
   
55 Approach to the patient with arthralgia
  Cholelithiasis and its complications
  Thrombophilia, inherited and acquired
   
56 Gout and other crystal-induced arthropathies
  Oesophageal tumours
  Multiple myeloma and other monoclonal gammopathies
   
57 Osteoarthritis
  Gastric tumours
  Acute leukemias
   
58 Symptoms and signs of hematological diseases
  Pancreatic tumours
  Polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis
   
59 Approach to the patient with anemia
  Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
  Psoriatic arthritis
   
60 Hemolytic anemias
  Approach to the patient with ascites
  Reactive arthritis
   
61 Iron deficiency anemia and anemia of chronic disease
  Premalignant conditions and lesions of the gastrointestinal tract
  ANCA negative vasculitis
   
62 Vitamin B12 and folic acid deficiency anemia
  Diverticulosis and its complications
  ANCA associated vasculitis
   
63 Approach to the patient with bleeding disorder
  Foreign bodies of the gastrointestinal tract,  caustic oesophageal and gastric injury
  Systemic sclerosis and idiopathic inflammatory myopaties
   
64 Approach to the patient with splenomegaly
  Primary biliary cholangitis, primary sclerosing cholangitis
  Infectious arthritis
   
65 Approach to the patient with eosinophilia
  Approach to the patients with dysphagia
  Ankylosing spondylitis
   
66 Approach to the patient with lymphadenopathy
  Drug-induced gastrointestinal injury
  Gestational diabetes
   
67 Anticoagulation, thrombolytic and antiplatelet therapy
  Metabolic liver diseases
  Hypercalcemia - differential diagnosis and treatment
   
68 Hematologic emergencies (febrile neutropenia, tumor lysis syndrome, hypercalcemia, …)
  Viral hepatitis
  Neuroendocrine tumors
   
69 Principles of transfusion therapy and its complications
  Acute abdomen
  Feochromocytoma and primary hyperaldosteronism
   
70 Blood count and leukocyte differential count; interpretation of results 
  Methods of investigation in the gastroenterology
  Hypogonadism
   
71 Laboratory tests of hemostasis; interpretation of results
  Liver tumours
  Parathyroid diseases
   
72 Approach to the patient with a goitre
  Gastrointestinal polyps and polyposis syndromes
  Approach to the very old patients
   
73 Hypothyroidism
  Bone marrow failure, aplastic anemia
  Kidney transplantation and pre-transplant work-up before placing a patient on waiting list
   
74 Hyperthyroidism
  Myelodysplastic syndrome
  Principles of patients' follow-up in nephrology and the rules of nephroprotection
   
75 Adrenal insufficiency
  Hodgkin´s and non-Hodgkin´s lymphoma
  Diabetic kidney disease
   
76 Hypopituitarism
  Chronic myeloid leukemia
  Polycystic kidney disease and other hereditary kidney diseases
   
77 Approach to the patient with hypoglycemia
  Chronic Ph-negative myeloproliferative diseases (polycythemia vera, primary myelofibrosis, essential thrombocythemia)
  Kidneys and arterial hypertension – ischemic nephropathy and vascular nephrosclerosis
   
78 Approach to the patient with hyperglycemia
  Thrombocytopenia, thrombocytopathy
  Ultrasound and other imaging studies in nephrology – indications and clinical significance