Oral Pathology (DEND 2102)

In this course students study the basic principles of disease process specifically related to the oral cavity, orofacial region and the temporomandibular joint. Structural and functional changes that result from developmental, genetic or pathological conditions are discussed. Cell injury, inflammation, repair processes, along with nutritional deficiencies, bacterial related diseases and systemic conditions with oral manifestations are discussed. Students learn how the human body's response to injury such as inflammation, immune responses and cellular adaptations may affect oral health and denturist interventions. Students use radiographic imagery to identify abnormal anatomical structures.
Course code: DEND 2102
Credits: 3.0
Tuition: $0*
Length: 60 hours

Prerequisites

All term 1 and 2 courses must be successfully completed

Corequisites

DEND 2101; DEND 2103; DEND 2104; DEND 2105, DEND 2106
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