The student must be able to report back to the basics of anatomy and physiology of the nose and paranasal sinuses, ear, salivary glands, oral cavity, pharynx and larynx. Must be able to make a faringoscopia, a neck inspection and know the indications and the diagnostic significance of the following clinical and instrumental exams: otoscopy, audiometry, impedance, auditory evoked potentials, rhinoscopy front and rear, fibrolaringoscopia, allegologici tests, tests rhinomanometry allergy, mucociliary transport, olfactometry, looking for spontaneous and positional nystagmus, vestibular stimulation, direct and indirect laryngoscopy. He must know the clinical picture, causes and treatment principles of the following diseases: Outer ear: cerumen cap, pimply, otoematoma. Middle Ear: otitis media, acute purulent otitis media, chronic suppurative otitis media, cholesteatoma, otomastoidite cuta, complications of otitis, otosclerosis. Inner Ear: sudden hearing loss, Meniere's disease, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, acoustic neuroma. Nose and sinuses: vasomotor rhinopathy allergic and non-nasal polyposis, acute and chronic rhinosinusitis and their complications, nosebleeds, resp causes of stenosis. Nasal, malignant tumors. Pharynx: adenoidismo, adenotonsillite acute, chronic purulent tonsillitis, metafocali diseases. Salivary glands: classification of benign and malignant tumors, Sialolithiasis.
Larynx: laryngeal nodules and polyps; Laryngeal paralysis, precancerous and cancer of the larynx; pulmonary stenosis and indications for tracheotomy:
Principles of medical and surgical treatment of the main ent diseases.