An interdisciplinary presentation of infectiological cases.
Once a semester 2-3 exciting infectiological cases are presented from the perspective of the clinician and participating medical disciplines.
All interested parties are invited: students, doctors, nurses.
Aim of the case-based presentation:
- Extension of differential diagnoses
- Presentation of diagnostic options (strengths and weaknesses)
- Strengthening of infectious medicine knowledge
- Tips for everyday life
Learning from cases
"Ansteckend": exciting cases from everyday life
(2 cases interdisciplinary presented with exciting solution)
Next dates May 2021 and October 2021 [16:15 hrs - lecture hall Pathology (Bldg.: 708)]
Presentation of two exciting cases of the infectious medicine
(Mainzer bretzel inclusive)
- 29.10.2019 16:15-17:15 hrs
"Infectious diseases and unused prevention material: presentation of two dramatic cases"
- Meningococcal meningitis, sepsis and haemophilus-meningitis from the paediatrics (Prof. Dr. Stephan Gehring, Center for Paediatric Medicine)
- HIV viruses – persistence in the CNS: Pharmacodynamics is crucial (PD Dr. Martin Sprinzl, I. Medical Clinic and Mrs. Aneka Müller, Clinic of Neurology)
- 07.05.2019 17:15-18:30 hrs
“what does brushing teeth to do with infectiology? – of unpleasant consequences of a bad dental status"
- 2 cases of dentogenic brain abscess (Dr. Thomas Kerz, Clinic of Neurosurgery)
- Characteristics of the causes/initiator (Dr. Moritz Brandstetter, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- Dental hygiene 2019 - what is useful, what is not? (PD Dr. Dr. Julia Heider, Clinic of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)
- Spondylodiscitis caused by Mycobacterium chimaera (Dr. Thomas Hallbauer, Clinic of Spinal Surgery Kirn of the Kreuznach Diakonie)
- How did it come about? - Presentation of an unusual worldwide outbreak (Dr. Thomas Schwanz, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- 16.10.2018 17:15-18:30 hrs
"unclear fever": 1) – after travelling, bathing and the sweeping week 2) – despite many anti-infectives
- 2 cases of leptospirosis (Mrs. Gesa Christina Kolck, I. Medical Clinic / Dr. Joachim Kaes, Center of Cardiology / Dr. Martin Dennebaum, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- Fatale course of a bloodstream infection by prototheca zopffi (Dr. Daniel Teschner, III. Medical Clinic/ Dr. Tristan Klodt, Institute of Neuropathology)
- 05.06.2018 17:15-18:30 hrs
"A colorful picture: Koch'sche bacilli und co"
- Spondylitis caused by M. tuberculosis (Mr. Daniel Korczynski, III. Medical Clinic)
- Complex extrapulmonary infection caused by M. tuberculosis (XDR) (PD. Dr. Martin Sprinzl, I. Medical Clinic)
- Chron. rec. skin infection of the thumb caused by M. marinum (Dr. Stephan Rietz, Dermatology Clinic)
- Mycobakteria and their diagnosis from a microbiological point of view (PD. Dr. Friederike von Loewenich, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- 07.11.2017 17:30-18:45 hrs
"From the no longer so cheerful vineyard“ and „... what we can expect from autumn“
- "Tularaemia from grape must" (Dr. Klaus Jahn, Ministry of Health Rhineland-Palatinate)
- Pneumococcus and "quick test - negative" influenza as a cause of ARDS (Dr. Ingo Sagoschen, Center of Cardiology / Prof. Dr. Plachter, Institute of Virology).
- Presentation of the influenza vaccination campaign of the III. Medical Clinic (Dr. Daniel Teschner, III. Medical Clinic).
- 27.06.2017 17:15-18:45 hrs
"Off into nature" – and what can come of it: 2 cases, that make couch potatoes cheer.
- An unusual course of lyme disease in childhood. (Dr. Moritz Brandstetter, Dr. Nadja Joß, Dr. Thomas Schwanz, all: Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- Bartonella as "misjudged" cause of endocarditis. (Dr. Ekkehard Siegel, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- 18.01.2017 17:15-18:45 hrs
- "A 23-year-old – just in a café, now in intensive care"
A severe pulmonary infection caused by PVL-positive staphylococcus aureus. (Dr. Thomas Schwanz, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)
- "Barefoot, it was so beautiful at the beach!"
A serious course of infection by the Strongyloides stercoralis. (PD Dr. Jens Kittner, I. Medical Clinic / Dr. Martin Dennebaum, Institute of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene)