DEN 213 - Oral Pathology II
This course is a continuation of study of pathology or oral mucosa, dental tissues and related structures. Students will view images of oral/facial lesions and answer related questions. One class hour.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all previous semesters DEN courses with a grade of C or better.
Course Learning Outcomes
1.Describe how genetics plays a significant role in oral disease.
2.Define the manifestation of neoplasm.
3.Identify tumors such as those affecting the epithelium, glands, teeth, soft tissue, melanin producing cells, bone, cartilage, blood forming tissues, or the jaw.
4.Identify non-neoplastic disease of the bone.
5.Identify oral manifestations of systemic diseases.
6.Identify diseases affecting the tempromandibular (TMJ) joint.
Course Offered Fall only