ukenfrdeitru

«Approved»

on methodical meeting of the

teachers in forensic medicine

and medical law of Bukovinian

state medical university

«__» ____________ 2020 у.

 

 

THE THEMES FOR INDEPENDENT STUDENT’S WORK 

Forensic Medicine (Dentistry). Medical Law of Ukraine

2019/2020 academic year

for foreign students of Faculty of Dentistry

 

 

Topic names

1

The subject and tasks of forensic medicine. History of its development.

2

Organizational and procedural principles of forensic examination in Ukraine.

3

Forensic tonatology.

4

Inspection of the corpse at the scene.

5

General information about forensic examination of the corpse. Types of opening a corpse.

6

Forensic dental identification of an unknown person.

7

Forensic examination of the severity of injuries.

8

Forensic (dental) examination of age and health.

9

General issues of forensic traumatology.

10

Damage to the oral mucosa and teeth. Tooth damage. Fractures of the facial bones.

11

Damage of sharp objects.

12

Forensic examination of gunshot injuries.

13

Forensic examination of mechanical asphyxia.

14

Forensic examination of damage from extreme temperatures.

15

Forensic examination of radiation damage.

16

Forensic examination of damage from laser radiation.

17

Forensic examination of damage to the tissues of the face and teeth by chemical factors.

18

Forensic examination of blood traces.

19

Forensic examination of other biological objects. Basic methods of forensic research.

20

Medical forensic objects of forensic examination.

21

Forensic examination of damage from atmospheric and technical electricity.

22

The development of medical law.

23

Rights and responsibilities of the health care provider.

24

History of the development of legislation to protect the patient's rights and responsibilities.

25

Legal and organizational bases of maternity and childhood protection. Problems of artificial insemination and surrogacy.

26

Legal problems of abortion.

27

The legal order of transplantation of human organs and other anatomical materials.

 

 

Head of the department

of forensic medicine and

medical jurisprudence,

professor                                                                                 V.T. Bachinskyi