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    Orthopaedics (0912VD350092)

    Faculty: Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen
    Study programme: Orthopaedics (P0912D350092)
    Form of study: combined
    Type of study: doctoral
    Language of instruction: Czech
    Expected minimum number of accepted students Expected number of accepted students: 1
    Maximum number of accepted students: 3
    Standard length of study: 4 years
    Application type: Online, Paper

    Rate of admitted and total applicants in the past academic year

    3 / 3

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      Application submission date: 30.04.2024
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      Charge for an on-line application: 780
      Charge for a paper application: 830
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      The programme includes general and special orthopaedics incl. alloplasty, spondylosurgery, arthroscopy, paediatric orthopaedics and traumatology of the motoric system. Orthopaedics is a surgical discipline dealing with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of congenital or acquired disorders, deformities and functional problems (traumatic and non-traumatic) musculoskeletal system.

      Study program without specialization.
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      The entrance examination takes the form of an interview in which professional and language skills are examined
      primarily as well as the readiness of candidates for independent scientific work in the chosen field.
      Interviews comprise of:
      1. English language (0-20 points)
      2. Specialized topic (0-40 points)
      3. Examination from the field (0-30 points)
      4. Publications, lectures (0-10 points)

      Passing of an entrance interview with at least 70 points.
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      Admission to Doctoral studies is conditioned by successful completion of a Master's study programme.

      Verification method: entrance exam
      Confirmation date (of entrance exam) from: 01.06.2024 Until: 30.06.2024
      Alternative date (of entrance exam): 01.07.2024 Until: 31.07.2024
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      Dungl P. a kol.: Ortopedie, Grada 2014
      Třeška V. a kol.: Propedeutika vybraných klinických oborů, Grada Avicenum 2003
      Koudela K. a kol.: Ortopedie, Karolinum, 2003
      Koudela K. a kol.: Ortopedická traumatologie, Karolinum, 2002
      Bartoníček J., Heřt J.: Základy klinické anatomie pohybového aparátu, Jessenius Maxdorf, 2004
      Vyskočil V.: Osteoporóza a ostatní nejčastější metabolická onemocnění skeletu, Galen, 2009
      Chmelová J. a kol.: Diagnostika zlomenin pánve a acetabula, Galen, 2009
      Čech O.,Džupa V.: Revizní operace náhrad kyčelního kloubu, Galen, 2004
      Matějka J.: Diagnostika a léčba nestabilit torakolumbální páteře, Nova, 2008
      Suchomel P., Krbec M.: Spondylolistéza, Galen, 2007
      Pokorný D., Sosna A.: Aloplastika ramenního kloubu, Triton, 2007
      I.Landor, P.Vavřík, J.Gallo, A.Sosna: Revizní operace totálních náhrad kyčelního kloubu, Maxdorf, 2012
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      Study program Orthopaedics involves topics of congenital and acquired disorders of the movement system, infectious, metabolic diseases, tumors and injuries of skeleton and soft tissues including spine. Graduates are able to assert as a consultants and high skilled physicians in orthopaedic and traumatology departments and as university teachers as well. Graduation of PhD studies allows next researche in Orthopaedics and Traumatology.