1. Musculoskeletal imaging: X-rays, CT Scans and MRIs
2. Soft tissue injuries
3. Types of fractures
4. Spine disorders: neck, trunk and low back
5. Upper limb injuries: shoulder
6. Upper limb injuries: elbow
7. Upper limb injuries: wrist and hand
8. Lower limb injuries: hip
9. Lower limb injuries: knee
10. Lower limb injuries: ankle and foot
11. Amputations and prosthesis
12. Pediatric orthopedics
13. Final exam
14. Basic competences exam
This subject will be continuously assessed through Moodle quizzes (10%), oral presentations (30%) and the final exam (60%).
Note: A minimum score of 5 is required to obtain the weighted average score, which includes Moodle quizzes, oral presentations and the final theoretical exam. This average will be the overall score of the subject. If the student scores less than 5 on the theoretical exam, he/she will not be able to count the continuous assessment (Moodle quizzes and oral presentations) as part of their final mark. In this case, the student will have to sit the Basic Competences Exam (BCE).