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Oral Medicine and Pathology I

AIM

Knowledge of the clinical and histopathological features of the pathologic conditions of the oral mucosa, the salivary glands, and the jawbones.

CONTENT OF THE COURSE

Basic principles of human genetics, genetic syndromes, and developmental disorders of the mouth; jawbones, salivary glands, and facial tissues; Basic lesions of the oral mucosa; Diagnostic approach of oral diseases; Clinical and histopathological features of oral tumors and cysts; Clinical and histopathological features of oral inflammatory conditions; Clinical and histopathological features of oral pigmented lesions; Clinical and histopathological features of intraosseous lesions of the jawbones; Diseases of the salivary glands; Oral manifestations of infectious diseases; Oral manifestations of mucocutaneous diseases; Oral manifestations of autoimmune diseases; Oral manifestations of hematological diseases and nutritional deficiencies; Οral cancer prevention.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Lectures.
  • Laboratory exercise.

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

  • Attendance of 80% of lectures.
  • Successful completion of 80% of laboratory exercises.
  • Successful interim written exams (two).
  • Successful final examination.