208 Oral Diseases (3 units) Winter
Restrictions: Enrollment in a graduate academic or postgraduated professional program or permission of instructor. Activities: Direct - Lecture, Student - Lecture
This course updates, expands and applies the student's knowledge of diseases affecting the oral soft tissues, jaws and salivary glands to improve their skills in clinical decision making through analysis of clinical cases and histological specimens in an interactive format.
489 Clinical Oral Medicine (2.5 - 14 units) Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Instructor(s): K. Al-Eryani Prerequisite(s): None.
Restrictions: Enrollment in the postgraduate oral medicine program. Activities: Direct - Clinical Experience/Patient Contact
This clinical course provides comprehensive experience in treating oral medicine conditions. Students learn to apply knowledge of history-taking and differential diagnosis, utilize various diagnostic techniques such as biopsy, cytology and certain clinical pathology laboratory tests; interpret results, prescribe treatment and follow up. Expectations shift as student advances.