PGY201: AY 2016-2017
Day: Every Thursday
Time: 7-8 AM
Textbook: Various texts, please refer to the assigned readings in SCORE. Look under Text Resources to find the material. Use the self-assessment section of SCORE to create topic-specific quizzes and test your knowledge!
Faculty: Kristina Giles, MD and George Sarosi, MD
Residents: Latif Bashirov, MD, Felipe Cadavid, MD, Nicky Cates, MD, Michael Cox, MD, Camille Dessaigne, MD, Sarah Gray, MD, Drew Martin, MD and Elizabeth Miller, MD
Surgery 201 is part of the surgical core educational continuum at the University of Florida. The educational continuum will allow the learning to develop knowledge gained in medical school and earlier stages of residency. The process will encourage the learner to become increasingly independent in their analysis of the surgical literature. This course, 201, represents the first deviation away from straightforward pedagogic education. The course will not be a series of PowerPoint lectures that reiterate an assigned chapter. The series topics chosen for discussion are, in a way, the same topics that you have seen as a student and as an intern; however, the format of discussion will differ significantly. You will be assigned serveral reading assignments and a quiz every week (see schedule below). The assigned readings may come from journal articles, chapters in textbooks, perhaps even newspapers. We expect that you will read and think about these topics in detail. The sessions will concentrate on your analysis of these topics. Your course instructors will “go around the table” and ask questions of each and every one of you. At times you will also be tested with more standard question/answer sheets; at times the format will be that of an oral exam. The goal of Surgery 201 is to encourage, in fact, demand your maturation from a full-time student to a life-long learner.
Don’t miss the assigned questions listed with each reading
- You may also want to check out these textbooks available as e-books through UF.
- Additional resources for background information and treatment guidelines can be found through several professional organization websites.
|7/21/2016||Gallstones and gallbladder disease I||Sarosi||
SCORE: Patient Care/Biliary Disease
|7/28/2016||Gallstones II (in the common duct)||Sarosi|| SCORE: Patient Care/Biliary Disease
|8/18/2016||Hernia||Sarosi|| SCORE: Patient Care/Abdomen- Hernia
|8/25/2016||Appendicitis (RLQ pain)||Sarosi|| SCORE: Patient Care/Alimentary Tract – Large Intestine
1. Appendicitis acute and chronic
2. Appendiceal neoplasms
4. Assigned papers
|9/1/2016||Diverticulitis (LLQ pain)||Sarosi||Schultz JAMA
Morris JAMABarat Abdominal Radiology
|9/8/2016||Mesenteric Ischemia||Giles|| SCORE: Vascular-Arterial Disease1. Chronic visceral disease
Alimentary Tract – Small Intestine
2. Mesenteric Ischemia-Acute (Arterial, Venous, and Nonocclusive)
3. Greenfield Chapter 93 (skip “aneurysm” section)
|9/22/16||Small Bowel Obstruction/ Ileus||Score: Small Intestinal Obstruction. Paralytic ileus. Adhesiolysis.|
|9/29/16||Management of Adhesive Small Bowel Obstruction||Assigned Papers:|
Score: Arterial aneurysms- Aortic. Infrarenal and Aortoiliac Aneurysm – Repair .Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm – Endovascular/Open Repair
Text Reading: Greenfield’s Chapter 100
|10/20/16||Blunt Splenic Injury||
Score: Splenectomy/ Splenorrhaphy. Splenic Injury
|11/03/16||Diaphragm and Hollow Viscus||
Score: Vascular Injury- Extremities. Vascular Injury- Neck. Neck Exploration for Injury.
|12/1/16||Penetrating Abdominal Trauma||
Score: Penetrating Trauma.
|12/16/16||Acute Upper GI Bleeding||
Score: Gastrointestinal Bleeding- Upper. Peptic Ulcer disease with bleeding.
|3/30/2017||Anal Pain and Bleeding||Sarosi||
Score: Hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoidectomy. Anal fissure.