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Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology

Introduction

Oral Diagnosis

This course builds on the freshman course Patient Interaction, Health Screening, and Record Taking and is designed to take dental students through a comprehensive process of data collection for any new patient (adult or child), ranging from chief complaint, medical history and review of systems, the steps necessary to make a medical risk assessment, social and dental/oral history, and the steps of a physical examination.

Radiology

The first part of this course provides the fundamental knowledge in radiology as it relates to X-ray generation, image formation, imaging systems, and radiobiology and radiation protection. With this course as a base the student applies this knowledge to their preclinical mannequin and clinical experience. The second part of the course prepares them for the course in Diagnostic Radiology with topics that include expanded intraoral radiographic anatomy and the theory and interpretation of panoramic, extraoral, CT, and MRI images.

Staff

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Lecturer in Department of Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology
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Lecturer in Department of Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology
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Lecturer in Department of Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology
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Lecturer in Department of Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology
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