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PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS

 

PROGRAMME DESCRIPTIONS

 

SUBJECTS OF FALL SEMESTER

VET 101 Anatomy I 

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 6, ECTS credit:  12)

General Anatomical terminology and planei. General chondrologia, osteologia, angiologia, arthrologia, myologia, neurologia. The common integument of domestic mammals. Bones, muscles, lymphmnodes, vessels, nerves and joints of the fore and hind limbs. The vertebral column. Thorax. Muscles, vessels, nerves, lymph nodes and other organs of neck and pectoral regions. Trachea, pleura, lungs, pericardea and heart. The circulation of the fetus.

VET 103 Medical Physics

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit:  4)

Physics in medicine

VET 105 Medical Chemistry

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit:  4)

Ionic bond, metallic bonds, Van der Waals bonds, covalent bonds, hydrogen bridges, structure of amins, classification of amins,  reaction of amins, structure of carboxylic acids, classification of carboxylic acids,  reaction of carboxylic acids, alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, structure of alcohols and eters, classification of alcohols and eters,  reaction of alcohols and eters, structure of aldehid and cetons , classification of aldehid and cetons,  reaction of aldehid and cetons.

VET 107 Medical Biology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit: 4)

Defining of biology and medical biology. Branchs of biology. Defining of the science. How biologists do their work? Common features of life. Similarity and differences between animals and plants. The origin and early history of life. The building blocks of organisms. Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins.   The cell theory and how cells are studied? Biological elements. Inorganic matters. Acids, bases, salts, nucleic acids, enzymes, vitanins, hormons. Biophysical structure of substance in nature, biophysical terms, biophysical structure of substance in a cell. Unit membran, plasma membrane, passive transport, active transport, ergastoplasma, protein synthesis, organelles, inclusions. Structures of nucleus and chromosome. protein synthesis in the cell. Phases of mitotic division.Cell cycle, Fist meiotic division, second meiotic division. The classification of organizm, History of the biological theory. Autotrophs and  heterotrophs. Herbıvores, omnıvores, carnivores

VET 201 Biochemistry I

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 6)

Atom structure and isotopes, radioactivity, structure and principles of water, detection of  pH, dialysis, osmotic pressure, active transport, passive transport, classification of carbohydrates, stereoisomerism, mutarotation, monosaccharides, conformation, formuls, disaccharides, polysaccharides, blood group substances, hormones regulating mineral metabolism, metabolism of calcium and phosphor, the roles and deficiency of sodium, potassium, chlorine and magnesium, iron, biological roles and deficiency of zinc, copper, manganese, flourine, cobalt, sulfur, chromium, iodine, selenium, structure and classification of enzymes, Michealis-Menten equation, Km, inhibition of enzymes,  factors which affect enzyme reactions, principle of enzyme analysis, use of enzymes in medicine and industry, roles of lipids, composition of lipids, structure of lipids, classification of lipids, triacylgliserols, functional acts of proteins, amino acid composition of proteins, protein structure, classification of proteins, synthesis of peptide bonds, biologic roles of glycoproteins. Nucleosides and nucleotides, structure, metabolism and synthesis of nucleic acids, replication of DNA, comparation  of nucleic acid metabolism in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, recombinant DNA technology.

VET 203 Physiology  I

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 6)

General Physiology. Cell Physiology . Nervous System. Special Senses. Muscle Physiology. Hematology. Cardiovascular Physiology. Digestive Physiology

VET 205 Histology II

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 3, ECTS credit: 6)

 Nervous system. Circulatory system. Immune system. Digestive system. Respiratory system. Urinary system. Male reproductive system. Female reproductive system. Endocrine system.  The integument. Organs of special sense

VET 207  Basic Microbiology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

 History of microbiology and the classification of microorganisms. General, pathogenic, antigenic properties of bacterias and their genetic characters. Bacteriophages. The principles of bacteriology laboratory works. Preparing samples and strains, the techniques of isolation and identification of bacterias

VET 209 Parasitology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

Description, classification and intermediate hosts of parasites, parasitismus, momenclature, routes of infection, their harms to domesticated animals and humans, response of organism against parasites, species and age resistance and prophylaxis.

VET 211 Entomology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Insects and acars that is being medical importance in people and animals, their morphology, biology, harms, clinical symptoms, diagnosis methods, prophylaxis and protection methods and practical lectures related insects and acars.

VET 301 Pharmacology I

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 5)

General Pharmacology.  Drugs Of The Central Nervous .  Drugs Of The Autonom Nervous System.. Drugs Effecting On The Cardio-Vasculer System And Local Hormons, Drugs Acting On The Blood And The Blood-Forming Organs

VET 303 Microbiology I

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

Streptococcus and Streptococcus Infections, Staphylococcus and Staphylococcus Infections. Escherichia coli and Escherichia coli Infections, Salmonella and Salmonella Infections, Yersinia and Yersinia Infections, Klebsiella and Klebsiella Infections, Proteus and Proteus Infections. Aeromonas and Aeromonas Infections, Vibrio and Vibrio Infections , Plesiomonas and Plesiomonas Infections. Pasteurella and Pasteurella Infections , Haemophilus and Haemophilus Infections, Actinobacillus and Actinobacillus Infections. Pseudomonas Infections. Legionella Infections. Neisseria and Neisseria Infections, Acinetobacter and Acinetobacter Infections. Bordetella Infections, Brucella Infections. Fungi and Fungal infections

VET 305 Clinical Examination Methods

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

The aim of lesson, presentation of reference books, suggestions, Approach to the equidae and restraining.Approach to the ruminants and restraining. Approach to the carnivores and avian and restraining. Approach to the wild animal and restraining.Definitions of disease, hospital and polyclinic. Syndrome, prognosis, diagnosis and treatment. Signalement The goal of lesson, presentation of reference books, suggestions.History. Diagnostic Methods (Inspection, Palpation). Examination of head, thorax and abdomen. Examination of limbs Examination of male genital system. Examination of nervous system.

VET 307 Animal Science

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 4, ECTS credit: 6)

Poultry breeding (Breeds, anatomical and physiological characters, hatchary management, breeding and management, housing). Horse breeding (Breeds, feeding, breeding and management, age determination typical signs and race organizations). Cattle breeding (Breeds, lactation, reproduction traits, calf rearing, dairy cattle breeding, exterior of the farm animals, fattening performance, slaughter and carcass characteristics). Sheep and goat breeding (Breeds, lamb rearing, wool production, pasture management, reproduction and practices  in sheep breeding ).

VET 309 Radiology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

The goal of lesson, presentation of reference books, suggestions. Basic physics of roentgen Roentgen machines and accessories. Occurrence of roentgen images and factors affecting it. Exposure techniques, positions, and doses Hazards of X-ray and gamma radiation and radiation safety. Dark room, film processing solutions, film processing techniques and artifacts. Radiographic techniques (skeletal system and respiratory system). Radiographic techniques (Gastrointestinal system, urinary system and cardiovascular system). Radiographic imaging of exotic species. Scintigraphy. Computered Tomography. Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Ultrasonography.

VET 311  Helmintology

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Important trematod, nematod and cestod invasions, routes of infection of helminths in animals, clinical symptoms, economic importance, dianosis methods, treatment and protection methods, important helminths that may important as zoonotic.

VET 313         Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases I

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

Feed-animal relationship, utilization of dietary nutrients, utilization of dietary energy and energy systems, nutrient requirements of animals, feeding newborn mammals, feeding dairy cows, nutritional diseases, ration preparation.

VET 315 Anaesthesiology and Reanimation

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

The definition and history of the veterinary anesthesia, Application ways of anesthetic drugs, effecting factors on anesthesia. The clinical examination and preparation of patients for the anesthesia, the feeding of patients. The definition of premedication, indications and drugs. Morphine and its, the tranquiller and anticolinergics.  General anesthesia, general anesthetic drugs and ıts application ways. Hard anesthetics, Fluid anesthetics and Inhalation anesthetics. General anesthesia of the horses, the techniques of general anesthesia in the cattle. General anesthesia of the sheep and goats.  General anesthesia of cat and dog. General anesthesia of the laboratory animals. The definition and techniques of local anesthesia, used areas and application methods. The epidural anesthesia in the horse and cattle.  the paravertebral anesthesia, the infiltration anesthesia The recovery from anesthesia, anesthesia accident and emergency in veterinary anesthesia. Cardio - pulmonary reanimation

VET 317 Clinic Practice

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 2)

Clinical practice of VET 305 and VET 309.

VET 401Veterinary Pathology I

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 5)

The Alimentary System (Pathology of the oral cavity , teeth and dental tissues, tonsils, the salivary glands, the esophagus, the forestomachs, the stomach and abomasums, the intestines, the liver and biliary tract, pancreas, peritoneum , retroperitoneum), The Respiratory System (Pathology of  nasal cavity and sinuses, trachea , bronchi and bronchioles, lungs , pleura and mediastinum)

VET 403 Surgery I

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 4)

The surgical disease of the head the wounds, emphysema capitis, edema capitis. The surgical disease of the head Facial paralysis, trigeminal paralysis, trismus, commotion and contusion cerebral and edema cerebral. The surgical disorders of the ear canal Phlegmone and wounds of ear canal, otitis externa, otitis media, otitis internal, deafness, insufficiency hearing. The surgical disease of the saccus aephorus Empyema, hydrops and concrement. The surgical disease of cavum oris Stomatitis, gingivitis, glossitis, foreign body, tumors The surgical disease of pharnyx and esophagus Actinomycosis, wounds, stenosis and obstructions, hemiplegia larynges The surgical disease of thorax Contusion, wounds and fractures of the costa, hernia diaphragmatica, bursitis cucularis. The surgical disease of the abdomen Peritonitis, wounds and fistula, ulcer abdominals, omphalitis, omphalophlebitis, hernia umbilicalis, hernia inguinalis. The surgical disease of the stomach and intestinal tract. Reticulitis traumatica, dislocation abomasi dextra and sinistra, ileus and paralytic ileus. The surgical disease of urogenital system. The anatomical status, cystitis, urethritis, tumors and foreign body of urinary bladders. The surgical disease of urogenital system Balanitis, postitis, phimosis and paraphimosis, hydrocoele, haematocele, and varicocoele.

VET 405  Internal Medicine I

(Theoretic: 6, Practice:0, ECTS credit: 6)

Digestive system diseases (Upper gastro-intestinal tract diseases, gastric diseases of mono-gastric animals, proventriculer diseases, abomasal diseases, intestinal diseases, infectious diseases of gastro-intestinal tract, pancreatic, peritonial, hepatic and hepatobiliary diseases), Respiratory system diseases (upper respiratory tract, pulmonary, pleural and thoracic cavity diseases and infectious diseases of respiratory system).

VET 407 Obstetrics

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

Anatomy of the reproductive tract. Physiology of Reproduction and Endocrinology Puberty and sexual cycles. Clinial usage of hormones. Examination of the female reproductive tract. Control of reproduction. Embryo Transfer. Physiology of Pregnancy Diagnosis of Pregnancy. Pathology of Pregnancy. Abortion problems. Vaginal prolapse  Parturition. Care of the dam and the newborn. Lactation. Obstetrical procedures. Dystocia

VET409 Toxicology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Basic Principles In Toxicology. Mycotoxins. Unfavorable Factors Originated Feedstuffs And Foodstuffs .Metals And Other Inorganic Poisons. Plant Poisons. Enviromental Toxicology

VET 411         Necropsy-Demonstration

(Theoretic: 1, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 2)

The rules and place of necropsy, destroy of necropsy material,  precautions during necropsy, equipment of necropsy, authonasia, postmortal changes, necropsy methods according to animal species, examination of the organs, evaluation of macroscopical findings, necropsy report.

VET 413 Animal Breeding 

( theoretic: 3, practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

Phenotype, genotype, environment and genetic-environment interactions. Heritability and it’s calculation. Selection and selection methods. Genetic improvement. Factors effecting genetically improvement. Breeding and mating methods. Biotechnology in animal breeding.  

VET 415 Clinical practice

( theoretic: 0, practice: 6, ECTS credit: 3)

Clinical practice of VET 403, VET 405 and VET 407.

VET 501 Poultry Diseases

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

The protection of poultry animal’s health, taking diseases under control, the general principles of diagnosis and therapy, bacterial, viral, fungal, nutritional diseases, metabolic disorders and toxications, proflactic vaccination, poultry biotechnology and its importance.

VET 503         Livestock Economics

( Theoretic: 2, practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

National income. Supply and demand analysis. Price mechanisms in free market Economy. Choosing optimum firm localization. Providing of the production factors in livestock enterprises. Production planning in livestock enterprises. Marketing. Cooperative practices. Agriculture and livestock policies in Turkey.

VET 505 Milk Hygiene and Technology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit: 3)

The importance of milk in diet. Milk components, proteins, charbohydrates, lipids, minerals and vitamins. Milk enzymes. Organic acids and gases in milk. Changes in milk production and its components. The factors affecting milk quality and components. Abnormal milk types. Microbiology of milk. Dairy products technology. Pastoirised milk, sterile milk. Yoghurt production, cheese, milk powder and butter production techniques. Ice- cream production technology. Starter cultures. Hygiene and sanitation.

VET 507 Meat Hygiene and Meat examination

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

Determination of hygiene. Abbotoirs and hygiene in abbotoirs. Documents used in transportation of animals. Meat inspection. Bacterial viral and prion infections commonly seen in animals, such as antrax, rabies, salmonellosis, pox, black leg, BSE, CGB etc. Parasitic infections in meat animals, such as toxoplasmosis, trichinosis, taeniasis, sarcoplasmosis etc.

VET 509 Meat Science and Technology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit: 3)

Meat types, meat industry in Turkey. General structures of muscles, antemortem and postmortem reactions in muscles and their effets on meat quality. Post-mortem changes in muscle, rigor mortis. Meat components. Carcass grading. Meat microbiology and sanitation. Preservation of meat cooling, freezing, cooking, irradiatiation, curing, fermented meat products. Chemicals used in meat preservation. Meat quality colour, texture,  water binding capacity water holding, emulsification.

VET 511 Foot Disease and Veterinary Orthopedy

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

The anatomy of cattle’s foot, the situation of legs and hoof shape.  The examination of cattle, trimming of hooves, application of bandage and horseshoe. The examination of animals for foot disease in cattle. The diseases of corium ungulate and capsule ungulate in cattle.  The diseases of region covered by capsule ungulate. The diseases of foot’s derma in cattle. The foot disease in the horses, the anatomy of horse’s foot, walking disorders. The examination of animals for foot disease in horses.  The diseases of corium ungulate in horse. The diseases of capsule ungulate in horse The diseases of region covered by capsule ungulate in horse. The diseases of foot’s derma in horse. The foot disease of the small ruminants. The foot disease of the dog and cat. Foot Diseases of the poultry.

VET 513 Artificial Inseminatination

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

Develoment of Male and Female Reproductive Organs and Sexuality. Genital tracts of Male and Female Animals. Reproductive Physiology of Male and Female Animals. Reproductive Endocrinology of Male and Female Animals. Reproductive Hormones and Theirs Effective Mechanisms in Male and Female Animals. Role of Anterior Pituitary Gonadotropins in Reproductive Processes. Role of Gonadal Hormones in Reproductive Processes. Puberty in Domestic Animals. Sexual Cycles in Domestic Animals. Sexual Behaviour in Domestic Animals. Andrological Examinations. Methods of Semen Collection in Animal Species Examination of Evaluation of Semen. Storage of Semen Short and Long Term. Methods of Artificial Insemination. Reproduction and Artificial Insemination of Domestic Animals  Optimal Insemination Time and Detection Methods of Animal Species. Estrus Synchronization in Domestic Animals. Selection and Housing of Breeding Male and Breeding Hygiene. Principal Effecting Factors of Fertility . Infertility and Causes of Female Animals.Infertility and Causes of Male Animals

VET 515 Veterinary Jurisprudence

(Theoretic:1, Practice: 0, ECTS credit:1)

Mission and responsibility of Veterinary Practitioner,  Veterinary Practitioner as an expert, preperation of health and expert report, experts in law, denunciative and compensative diseases, law of animal health.

VET 517 Disease of wild animals and  Exotic pets

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

Systemic evaluation (etiology, pathogenesis, clinical findings, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prophylaxis) of bacterial, viral, parasitic, mycotic and metabolism diseases in cage birds, mouse, rat, guine pig, rabbit, gerbil, hamster, turtle and non-human primates.

VET 519       Clinical Laboratory

(Theoretic:0, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 2)

Safety in clinical laboratory, collecting and processing laboratory specimens, systems of measuring and general laboratory equipment, urinanalyses (Physical, Chemical and microscobic), examination of extravascular fluids and miscellaneous speciments, spectrophotometer, liver function tests (GGT, AST, ALT, ALP, LDH), kidney function tests (Urea, creatinin), ELISA methods, detection of blood glucose by spectrophotometer and by Folin-Woo

VET 521 Veterinary Laws, Ethicsand Deontology

(Theoretic: 1, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 1)

The Explanating Some Terms. Professional-Academic Profile of Veterinary Medicine (Work Areas). History of Deontology Regulations of Veterinary Deontology   Law to Executing of Veterinarian. Regulations of Self-Employed Veterinarian and Regulations of Artificial insemination. Ethic. About Veterinary Ethic.

VET 523 Clinical practise        

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 8, ECTS credit: 5)

Clinical practice of VET 505, VET 507, VET 509, VET 511, VET 513 and VET 517.

       

 

SUBJECTS OF SPRING SEMESTER

VET 102 Anatomy II

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 6, ECTS credit:  12)

The abdominal cavitiy. Topography of the abdomen. The digestive apparatus on the abdominal cavity. The urogenital  apparatus. Mama. The  vessels, nerves and lymph nodes of abdomen. The spleen. Bones, joints, muscles vessels and nerves of head. Digestive and respiratory apparatus of head. Brain, meninges and spinal cord. The topographic anatomy of paravertebral and epidural anaesthesia regions. Eye. Ear. Anatomy of the bird.  

VET 104 Histology I

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 5)

The cell. Epithelium. Connective tissue. Cartilage and bone. Blood. Muscle. Nervous tissue.

VET 106 Biostatistic  

(Theoretic: 1, practice: 2, ECTS credit:  2)

Descriptive statistics. Frequency distributions. Sampling theory. Table and graphic configurations. Theoretical distributions. Significance  tests (Chi-Square Test, Variance analysis, etc.). Correlation and Regression analysis.

VET 108 Epidemiology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

Determinative epidemiology. Analitic epidemiology. Experimental epidemiology. Theorical epidemiology. Units of epidemiology. Calitative researchs, diseases. Cantitative researchs, survey, monitoring, screening, survelance.

VET 110 Genetics

(Theoretic: 2, practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

The cell and fundamental concepts. Genetic material and heredity principles. Gene  interactions. Mutations and hereditary defects and diseases of  farm animals. Lethal genes. The heredity of sex linkage characters. Chromosome mapping and karyotype. Blood groups and multiple allelismus.

VET 112 Veterinary History

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

The Rising of Veterinary   Medicine and Mythological Period. Veterinary Medicine on the Ancient Age Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Turkish Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Indian Veterinary Medicine in Ancient China Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Japan Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Egypt.Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Mesopotamia .Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Israel (Hebrews) Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Hittite. Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Persian Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Greek. Veterinary Medicine in Ancient Veterinary Medicine in Roman. Veterinary Medicine in Bizantion. Veterinary Medicine on the Middle Age.Veterinary Medicine in Islam.On Middle Age Europe and Veterinary Medicine. Veterinary Medicine on the Modern Age.  Scientific Development After 16th Century.  Clinical Methots and Instruments.  First Associations and Rewievs in the. The Rising and Development of Veterinary Medicine in Turkey.  First Associations and Rewievs Connected with Veterinary Medicine in Turkey Professional-Academic Profile of Veterinary Medicine Symbols belong to Veterinary Medicine National and International Organizatin Connected with Veterinary Medicine

VET 202 Biochemistry II

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 5)

Glycolysis, TCA cycle, Oxidative phosforilation, effects Of vitamins, Hormone like vitamins, Vitamins act as coenzymes, beta oxidation of fat acids, synthesis of fat acids, hormons of protein, hormons of lipid, IP3, adenilat cyclase. Synthesis of proteins, degradation of amino acids, protein targeting

VET 204 Physiology II

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 5)

Metabolism and Thermoregulation. Respiratory Physiology. Body Fluids and Urinary System Physiology. Endocrine Physiology.  Reproductive Physiology.

VET 206 Feed Science, Hygiene and Technology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Nutrients (water, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals). Classification of feedstuffs. Grass-pasture and other green feeds. Preserved feeds. Balast. Root and tubers. Grains. By-products of various industries. Animal-origin feeds. Mineral feeds. Feed Additives. Feed Hygiene. Feed Technology. Laboratory Analysis of Feeds

VET 208 Laboratory Animals 

(Theoretic: 1, practice:2, ECTS credit: 2)

Principles of laboratory animal breeding. Production methods in laboratory animals. The animal house and it’s equipment The effect of physical factors in laboratory animals breeding. Housing , caging and environmental conditions, nutrition, manegement, laboratory procedures and diseases in different species laboratory animal (mouse, rat, rabbit, hamster, gerbil etc.).

VET 210 Embryology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit: 3)

Significance of embryology. General embryology. Placenta and fetal membranes. Development of organs and systems.

VET 212 Immunology- Serology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 1, ECTS credit: 3)

Introduction to immunology. Natural immunity. Organs of immune system. Acquired immunity. Hypersensitivity reactions. Immunotherapy, vaccines, serums. Immunologic tests

VET 214 Principles of Animal Husbandry

(Theoretic: 2, practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

Panorama of the livestock  production in the World and Turkey. Domestication and methods of domestication . Species and evolution theory. Breeds and it’s formation. Production traits and characteristics in livestock animals. Environment and adaptability in livestock animals. Practices in breeding . Breeding methods. Animal housing.

VET 216 Public Health in Veterinary Science

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit:  2)

Determination of public healt. The responsibilities of veterinarians in protection of public health. Zoonozis. Classification of zoonozis. Zoonotic disease such as rabies, salmonellosis, listeriosis, staphylococcosis etc. War againist to zoonozis.

VET 218         Honey Bee Diseases and Its Enemies

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3) 

Morphology and biology of honey bees, coloni structure, features of bee hive, bee keeping, important viral and parasitic diseases, diagnosis methods, drug application techniques, other important enemies of honey bees and position and importance of honey production in economy of Turkey.

VET302 Pharmacology II

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 6)

Endocrin System Pharmacology. Drugs Effecting On The Liquid-Electrolite And Acid-Base Balance And Diureticsdrugs Effecting On The Respiratory System And Alimentary Tractantimicrobials Anthelmintic And Antiprotozoan Drugs.  Antiseptic-Disinfectants, Drugs Effecting On The Anti Fungal And Virus

VET 304  Microbiology II

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

Acido-resistant bacterias, gram positive sporforming bacterias (Bacillus and Bacillus infections, Clostridium and Clostridial infections), gram negative anaerobic bacterias (Bacteroides and Fusobacterium ), Spirochetas, Mycoplasma infections, Rickettcia and Chlamydia, cutan, subcutan and systemic mycoses, prions and mycotoxicosis.

VET 306  Basic Pathology

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Causes of disease, Dejeneration and Necrosis, Inflammation and Reparation , Circulatory Disturbances, Metabolic Disturbances, Disturbances of Growth and Congenital Malformations, Defination, Etiology  and  Classifications of Tumors, Oncogenesis, Hypersensitivity Reactions, Immunodeficiency Diseases, Autoimmune Diseases

 VET 308 Protozooloji

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Protozoa in people and animals, morphology, biology of protozoa, important protozoal diseases, their prevalence in Turkey and other countries, clinical symptoms, diagnosis, treatment methods and prophilaxys of protozoal diseases, protozoa that may important as zoonotic.

 VET 310 Virology

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Structure and composition of viruses. Classification and nomenclature of viruses. Viral replication. Viral genetics and evolution. Virus induced changes in cells. Mechanisms of infection and spread of viruses through the body. Determinants of viral virulence and host resistance. Immune response to viral infections. Mechanisms of disease production. Integrated viruses and persistent infections. Mechanisms of viral oncogenesis. Laboratory diagnosis of viral diseases. Immunization against viral diseases. Epidemiology of viral infection. Prevention, control, and eradication of viral diseases. Antiviral drugs and chemotherapy of viral diseases. Virus Infections of Animals: Pathogenesis and immunity, clinical features of all important diseases caused by all viruses affecting animals, the latest laboratory diagnostic methods, epidemiology and control, including treatment and vacci.

VET 312 Principles of Surgery

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

The presentation to examination of diseased animals. Examination methods (inspection, palpation, percution, mensuration, auscultation). Lameness examination. Radiology and physiotherapy in veterinary medicine . Asepsis and antisepsis . Anesthesia and narcosis

Hemorrhage, haemostasis and dressing. Preoperative and postoperative management. Suture materials. Fundamentals of plastic surgery.  Vitamins, enzymes and hormones in surgical diseases.  Fluid and electrolyte balance in veterinary surgery. Inflammation. Cyst and tumors

Traumatic lesions. Aseptic and septic complications. Phlegmon, eodema, collectio sero-sangiune, and heamatome. Muscle, tendon and bursa diseases. Vessel Diseases. Nerve tissue diseases. Bone tissue diseases. Joint diseases

 VET 314 Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases II

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Feeding beef cattle, feeding sheep, feeding poultry (feeding layers, feeding turkey, feeding duck, feeding geese, feeding quails, feeding ostrich, feeding ornamental birds), feeding horses, feeding cats and dogs and nutritional diseases, ration preparation.

VET 316  Principles of Therapy

(Theoretic: 2 Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

History of treatment. Indication and contrendication. Therapy planning. Ways of treatment. Treatment methods (derivation, diaetotherapie, chemotherapie, proteinotherapie, immunotherapie, couterization, aerotherapie, thermotherapie, massotherapie, hormonotherapie, hydrotherapie, elektrotherapie, heliotherapie, raxiotherapie, treatment with vitamins)

VET 318  Clinic Practice

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 1)

Clinical practice of VET 312 and VET 316 subjects.

VET 402 Veterinary Pathology II

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 4)

Pathology of the Peripheral and Central Nervous System, The Urinary System ( The kidney, the urinary bladder, ureters and urethra), The Hematopoietic System, The Cardiovascular System, The Male Genital System, The Female Genital System and The Mammary Glands, The Skin and Appendages, Diseases of Bones , Joints, Muscles ,Tendons and Aponeuroses, The Endocrine Glands, The Eye and Ear

 

VET 404 Surgery II

(Theoretic: 3, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 3)

Lameness. Diseases of muscle, tendon - tendovagineum and bursas. Surgical diseases of bones. Surgical diseases of joints. Surgical diseases of nerves. Surgical diseases of vessels

VET 406  Internal Medicine II

(Theoretic: 6, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 6)

Etiology, clinical findings, diagnosis, diferential diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prophylaxis of cardio-vascular system diseases, blood and blood forming organ diseases, urinary system diseases, metabolic diseases, nervous system diseases, integumentary system diseases, endocrine system diseases and loco-motor system diseases.

VET 408  Gynaecology

(Theoretic: 4, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 4)

Puerperal period and its problems. Uterine prolapse. Placental retention and infectious diseases of the puerperium. Metabolic disorders. Infertility in the cow. Infertility in the mare Infertility in the small ruminants. Infertility in the carnivores. Tumours of the canine genital tract. Reproduction and diseases of the Water Buffalo and Camel. Reproduction and diseases of the laboratory animals. Gynecological operations

VET 410 Marine products and fish diseases 

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 3)

The Aquatic Environment, Morphology of Teleosts, Antemortem and Postmortem Examinations of Fish, Necropsy, The virology of teleosts (Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia, infectious pancreatic necrosis, infectious haematopoietic necrosis, carp spring viraemia), The bacteriology of teleosts (Furunculosis, columnaris disease, peduncle disease, vibriosis), The mycology of teleosts (Ichtioponiasis saprolegniasis), The parasitology of teleosts, Profilaxi and Treatment

VET 412 Food Hygiene and Public Health

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 2, ECTS credit:  4)

Food hygiene. Microbiological ecology of foods. Contamination sources. Factors affectig the development of microbes in foods. Interactions between microorganisms. Pathogenesis in food-borne infections. Defens mechanisms of body. Food-borne bacterial infections and intoxications such as salmonellosis, campylobacteriosis, staphylococcosis and staphylococcal intoxications, listeriosis, shigellosis, yersiniosis etc. The infectious agents and their virulence factors. Food-borne viral infections such as HAV, poliomyelitis etc. Parasitic infections caused by foods. Food protection methods, such as drying, cooking, cooling, irradiation. Chemicals used in food preservation.

VET 414 Eye Diseases

(Theoretic: 2, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 2)

Anatomy and physiology of eye. The examination methods of eye diseases. Refraction anomalies. Eyelid diseases. Lacrimal system diseases . Conjunctiva diseases. Membrana nictitans disorders. Cornea diseases. Tractus uvealis diseases. Corpus vitreus diseases. Retina and lens diseases. Glaucoma. Neuroophthalmology. Emergency of eye diseases

VET416 Ecology and

Veterinary Discipline

(Theoretic: 1, Practice: 0, ECTS credit: 1)

 

Enviromental science and ecology. enviromental toxicology. New approaches of enviromental protection. enviromental law in turkey. food pollution

VET 418 Clinical practice

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 6, ECTS credit: 3)

Clinical practice of VET 404, VET 406, VET 408 and VET 414.

VET 502  Graduation Thesis                                

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 2, ECTS credit: 2)

 

VET 504  Proficiency in

Veterinary Medicine*                               

(Theoretic: 0, Practice: 32, ECTS credit: 28)