Educational works

Research Activities in Dentistry

Author: Petra Bořilová Linhartová, Jan Křivánek, Marcela Buchtová, Zdeněk Daněk, Alena Bryšová, Břetislav Lipový, Serhiy Forostyak, Jan Gajdziok, Zuzana Vranková, Michaela Cvanová, Tomáš Kratochvíl, Martin Vaculík, Filip Hromčík, David Száraz, Lydie Izakovičová Hollá

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This teaching material is intended for students of Dentistry registered for the subject Research Activities in Dentistry. The aim of that subject is to improve the students' knowledge of the scientific advancements in dentistry and closely related fields, to motivate students to participate in research activities, to augment their scientific ambitions and, therefore, to lay grounds for their postgraduate studies and scientific career.

Selected chapters from general pharmacology for students of general medicine and dentistry at FM MU

Author: Leoš Landa, Jan Juřica, Kristýna Nosková, Ondřej Zendulka

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This text covers selected chapters on general pharmacology including fundamental pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, routes of drug administration, classification of drug dosage forms and their main features, adverse drug reactions and drug interactions. It is intended for students of general medicine and dentistry of English study programmes at the Faculty of Medicine MU.

Selected Chapters in Adult Urology

Author: Michal Fedorko

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The publication “Selected Chapters in Adult Urology” is intended for English-speaking students of the Faculty of Medicine of the Masaryk University. These comprehensive study materials cover the entire spectrum of adult urology. Texts are supplemented with extensive image documentation. The publication is comprehensive enough to be used by students for their preparation for the state examination, in accordance with the latest knowledge of urology.

General and specialized psychiatry

Author: Alexandra Žourková, Eva Češková, Ivana Drtílková, Tomáš Kašpárek, Hana Kučerová, Lucie Pilařová, Radovan Přikryl, Radek Ryšánek, Pavel Theiner, Markéta Žáčková

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The psychiatry makes part of neuroscience which is currently undergoing dynamic development. Although two high-quality textbooks are available now, there have been some changes in the practical outputs of our discipline. The objective of these seminar notes from psychiatry course is to follow these changes, and to provide you with up-to-date information which is necessary to acquire the basic knowledge. These materials will be updated on a regular basis. These notes do not replace recommended textbooks, they should give you a quick overview of the basic topics in psychiatry. They are supposed to be used in your preparation for psychiatry courses and should be helpful during the revision of the explained matter.

Immunology for student of general medicine

Author: Jiří Litzman

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This is a presentation of lectures of the subject „Immunology“ for students of general medicine. It covers basic aspects of theoretical immunology, immunopathological states, immunological aspects of transplantation and immune response to tumours. Also immune reaction to microbes and principles of vaccination are covered. The course includes basic information of immunological laboratory methods and their interpretation as well.

Practicals in Pharmacology

Author: Eva McCaskey Hadašová, Jana Nováková, Jana Pistovčáková, Jana Vinklerová, Alexandra Šulcová, Olga Starobová

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The text provides an introduction to general principles and rules for prescription of drugs in various pharmaceutical dosage forms with examples of individually prepared preparation prescriptions in dermatology, otorhinolaryngology, surgery, ophthalomology and for treatments of the CNS, respiratory and digestive systems disorders. There is also an introduction to phytopharmacotherapy and a chapter dealing with information on principles and ethics in experimental pharmacology.

Pediatric otorhinolaryngology

Author: Ivo Šlapák, Dalibor Janeček, Lukáš Lavička a kol.

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Tutorial text Pediatric otorhinolaryngology is the basic text with informations about the embryology, clinical anatomy and physiology, investigations practice by the ORL diseases for study of otorhinolaryngology. Text is divided in chapters for the preparing for examination in otorhinolaryngology.

Paediatric ENT

Author: Ivo Šlapák, Klára Bartoňková, Michaela Máchalová

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The electronic textbook “Paediatric ENT” provides the basic description of individual ENT organs, their examination, possible pathological conditions, and therapeutic principles. The textbook provides the basic knowledge in the field of paediatric ENT and essential knowledge required to pass the examination.

Neural development and embryonic stem cell-based developmental modelling

Author: Yuh-Man Wadeley

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This educational article titled “Neural development and embryonic stem cell-based developmental modelling“ describes how to investigate the roles of genes in human neural development using stem cell technologies and molecular biology techniques. This educational article is primarily focused on experimental practices. Thus this article is intended for postgraduate students (e.g. Master student, Diploma, and PhD students). However, the article is also suitable for undergraduate students, who are interested in stem cell biology and molecular biology. In the text, students will learn how to perform basic molecular biology techniques (e.g. gene cloning, making fusion protein, PCR and sequencing), and how to grow and to manipulate human embryonic stem cells (hESCs). Moreover, students will learn how to drive hESCs toward to neural fates.

Basic principles and molecular mechanisms regulating early development of mammals - physiology and pathology

Author: Yuh-Man Wadeley

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This educational text titled “Basic principles and molecular mechanisms regulating early development of mammals - ¬physiology and pathology“ describes how embryogenesis proceeds in mammals. In this text, students will learn how the egg is fertilised, how the fertilised egg survives in the mother’s womb (called implatation), how the fertilised egg divides, how the blastocyst develops, how the implanted blastocyst undergos gastrulation or the three germ layers form, and how the brain, heart, muscle, and internal organs develop. Moreover, if the processes go awry, what the baby will be affected. This educational material is recommened to General Medical, Dental Medical students and the students who are taking a developmental biological course.