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Urogenital Tuberculosis: How to improve early Diagnosis

Focus: Medicine, Urology

Aims and Objectives:
To present lectures on Urogenital Tuberculosis to discuss clinical and radiological presentation and strategies to early diagnosis. To propose diagnostic criteria to Urogenital Tuberculosis diagnosis in culture negative cases.

Course Content:
Lectures, interactive discussion with questions and answers.

Courses Lectures
1) Urogenital tuberculosis epidemiology
2) Natural History of Urogenital Tuberculosis
3) What are the causes of Urogenital Tuberculosis late diagnosis?
4) Clinical Syndromes in Urinary Tuberculosis
5) Male Genital Tuberculosis
6) Nephrological manifestation of Urogenital Tuberculosis
7) Radiological findings in Urinary Tuberculosis
8) Radiological findings in Male Genital Tuberculosis
9) What are the real sensitivity of urine culture and PCR for Urogenital tuberculosis diagnosis?
10) What to do in culture negative cases with high suspicion?
11) Is it necessary to create a diagnostic criterion for Urogenital Tuberculosis diagnosis?

Professors: André Avarese de Figueiredo (UFJF), Ekaterina Kulchavenya (Novosibirsk Medical University – Russia), Nathalia Maria da Silva (UFJF)

Language: English

Mode of instruction: online / Google Classroom

Courseload: 15h

Date&Time: August 4, from 7am to 5pm, and August 5, from 7am to 12pm

Target audience: undergraduate and graduate students

Spots available: 25

Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): 3