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Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Knowledge and understanding :

  • Define different pathological conditions
  • Describe the etiology of oral and oral-related disorders
  • Explain the biological processes contributing to oral pathological conditions
  • Recognize predisposing factors that require intervention in order to promote oral health
  • Identify the clinical signs and symptoms suggestive of oral lesions
  • Apply knowledge of the etiology and the processes of oral diseases in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment
  • Describe the clinical picture, laboratory findings, and microscopic picture of the common oral lesions
  • Recognize the mechanisms of responses to injuries including trauma and disease
  • Recognize the pathogenesis of genetic and immunologic diseases which are particularly relevant to the practice of dentistry

Intellectual skills:

  • Differentiate between the most important oral lesions using the light microscope
  • Distinguish between the microscopic features of the potentially malignant and frankly malignant lesions of the oral mucosa

Professional and practical skills:

  • Correct use of the light microscope
  • Understand the importance of the procedures for submitting specimens for laboratory diagnosis and demonstrate the ability to interpret diagnostic reports
  • Understand the technical steps for preparation of microscopic slides and the main histopathological stains
  • Diagnose different dental and oral pathological conditions, depending on clinical, radiographic, and microscopic features

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Intended learning outcomes (ILOs)

Vision and Mission Knowledge and understanding :Define different pathological conditionsDescribe the etiology of oral and oral-related disordersExplain the biological processes contributing to oral pathological conditionsRecognize predisposing factors that require intervention in order to promote oral healthIdentify the clinical signs and symptoms suggestive of oral lesionsApply knowledge of the etiology and the processes of oral diseases in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatmentDescribe the clinical picture, laboratory findings, and microscopic picture of the common oral lesionsRecognize the mechanisms of responses to injuries including trauma and diseaseRecognize the pathogenesis of genetic and immunologic diseases which are particularly relevant to the practice of dentistryIntellectual skills:Differentiate between the most important oral lesions using the light microscopeDistinguish between the microscopic features of the potentially malignant and frankly malignant lesions of the oral mucosaProfessional and practical skills:Correct use of the light microscopeUnderstand the importance of the procedures for submitting specimens for laboratory diagnosis and demonstrate the ability to interpret diagnostic reportsUnderstand the technical steps for preparation of microscopic slides and the main histopathological stainsDiagnose different dental and oral pathological conditions, depending on clinical, radiographic, and microscopic features FUE