Oral Pathology 1
Course Director: Dolphine Oda
Quarters/Yr of Program: Summer / 2
This is the second course in a three-part oral pathology series designed to introduce students to oral diseases bridging the field of dentistry to medicine. The lectures will cover the most common and most important oral diseases of the jaws. Each disease will be discussed to include etiology and pathogenesis, clinical signs and symptoms, histological features, laboratory findings (when applicable), pitfalls in diagnosis, and prognosis.
The student who successfully completes this course will be able to:
1. Recognize oral and maxillofacial diseases.
2. Identify oral and maxillofacial disease pathogenesis.
3. Correlate the histopathology of a disease with the clinical presentation of a disease.
4. Investigate oral and maxillofacial clinical problems to reach a working differential diagnosis.
5. Appropriately manage diseases within the scope of a general practitioner.
6. Refer oral and maxillofacial diseases that are beyond the scope of a general practitioner.
7. Describe how to handle a pathology specimen.
8. Interpret a pathology report using histopathology descriptive terminology.
UWSOD Competencies: C-01, C-02, C-03, C-05, C-06, C-09, C-11, C-12, C-17, C-24, C-25, C-30, C-31, CE-06, CE-07
Date last updated: 2022-06-016