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Juniors. Didactic Schedule 33 lectures: 3 hours of exams
Principles of Radiographic Interpretation

Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation

Radiographic anatomy 2

The FMS


Anatomic anomalies 2

Dangers of Radiation - clinic application

Radiology of caries

Radiology of caries

Radiology of the maxillary sinus

Radiographic artifacts and errors

Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 2

Radiology of Periodontal diseases

Common errors made in panoramic radiology

Odontogenic tumors 2

Non Odontogenic tumors

Infections of the jaws

EXAM - 1 hour

Imaging of the TMJ

Principles of CT and MRI

Imaging of the salivary glands.

Duplicating radiographs

The radiology of the mandibular canal

Radiographic interpretation - practice of 2 lectures

Syndromes

Look before you leap

Radiographic Infection Control - clinical application

The radiology report

Application of the radiology report

Digital radiology

Setting up practice - radiology

Final Exam 2 HOURS
Preclinical Lab 6 hours
Clinical Radiology 24 hours

Seniors
Preclinical lab - 1 hour

Clinical Radiology - 24 hours

NERB Review seminars - 30 hours

Mock NERB Exam - 2 hours




Division of Oral Radiology
Junior - Lecture Schedule 2000 - 2001
D - 7932.

Course Director - Neill Serman. Tel - 5 - 5674

email - njs2@columbia.edu

Required textbook - Oral Radiology. White and Pharoah. FOURTH ed. Mosby Co.

St. Louis. 2000.


Recommended reading - Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging. Farman, Nortje and Wood

Mosby. St. Louis. 1993.

Dental Radiology. Brocklebank. L. Oxford Medical Publications 1997

Principles of Dental Imaging. Langland, OA and Langlais. RP Williams

and Wilkins. 1997. Soft cover and very reasonable.

The first exam counts 20%, the second exam 30% and the clinical 50%.


Note - you are required to pass both didactic and clinical parts.
NOTE - 75% is a passing grade in an exam. If you fail one exam you are required to

average more than 75% for the combined score to obtain a didactic passing grade.


The lecture course is approximate as some subjects will require more time than others.
Students are required to wear their radiation monitoring badges whenever they are taking radiographs anywhere in the School. Monitoring badges MUST be exchanged during the first

week of January, April, July and October. Losing a badge OR handing a badge in late will

result in a $10.00 penalty.



Clinical requirements.
For FMS - You are required to obtain 50 credits in the Fall semester to fulfill your requirements.
During the Summer semester you are required to take 2 FMS and 2 pans, write reports on them and PERSONALLY discuss them with either Dr. Singer or myself during your rotation; in addition

3 FMS's with critiques must be handed in to fulfill your requirements. Should reports not be accepted, you will be required to write reports on OTHER radiographs that you have taken. Work must be handed in at the end of every day to avoid penalties. These are minimum requirements



per semester.
It is essential to make a copy of the Student Performance form prior to handing it in with the radiographs to be graded.


Lecture Schedule. 2000.
Sept. 6 2.00 Principles of Radiographic Interpretation A 7

Sept. 13 2.00 Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation A 7

Sept. 20 2.00 The FMS A 7

Sept. 27 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 1 A7

Oct. 4 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 2 A7

Oct. 11 2,00 Anatomic anomalies 1 A7

Oct. 18. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 2 A7

Oct. 25. 2.00 Dangers of Radiation A7

Nov. 1 2.00 Radiology of caries A7

Nov. 15 2.00 Radiology of caries A7

Nov. 15 3.00 Radiographic artifacts and errors A7

Nov. 22 2.00 NO LECTURE

Nov. 29 10.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 1 A7 Note TIME

Dec. 6. 1.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 2 A7 Note TIME

Dec 13. 10.00 Radiology of Periodontal diseases A7 Note Time

Dec. 13. 11.00 EXAM EXAM

Dec. 20. NO LECTURES


2001 HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jan. 4 8.00 Odontogenic tumors 1 HSC 301 NOTE VENUE

Jan. 4 9.00 Odontogenic tumors 2 HSC 301

Jan. 11 8.00 Imaging of the salivary glands. Dr. Mandel HSC 301

Jan. 11. 9.00 Non Odontogenic tumors HSC 301

Jan. 18. 8.00 Radiology of the maxillary sinus HSC 301

Jan. 18. 9.00 Principles of CT and MRI HSC 301

Jan. 25. 8.00 Imaging of the TMJ HSC 301

Jan. 25 9.00 Infections of the jaws HSC 301

Feb. 1 8.00 The radiology of the mandibular canal HSC 301

Feb. 1 9.00 Radiographic interpretation HSC 301

Feb. 8 8.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of HSC 301

Feb. 8. 9.00 The radiology report HSC 301

Feb. 15 8.00 Duplicating radiographs HSC 301

Feb. 15 9.00 Digital radiology HSC 301

Feb. 22 8.00 Look before you leap HSC 301

Feb. 22. 9.00 Radiographic Infection Control HSC 301

Mrch 1. 8.00 Radiographic prescription HSC 301

Mrch 1. 9.00 Principles of panoramic radiology HSC 301

Mrch 8. 8.00 Common errors made in panoramic radiology HSC 301

Mrch 8. 9.00 Setting up practice HSC 301

Mrch 15 8.00 Final Exam 2 HOURS A1

Division of Oral Radiology
Junior - Lecture Schedule 1998 -1999.
D - 7932.

Course Director - Neill Serman. Tel - 6-5674

email - njs2@columbia.edu

Required textbook - Division of Oral Radiology
Junior - Lecture Schedule 1997 -1998.
D - 7932.

Course Director - Neill Serman. Tel - 6-5674

email - njs2@columbia.edu

Required textbook - Required Textbook - Oral Radiology. White and Pharoah. FOURTH ed. Mosby Co. St. Louis. 2000.
Recommended reading - Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging. Farman, Nortje and Wood

Mosby. St. Louis. 1993.

Dental Radiology. Brocklebank. L. Oxford Medical Publications 1997

Principles of Dental Imaging. Langland, OA and Langlais. RP Williams

and Wilkins. 1997. Soft cover and very reasonable.

The first exam counts 20%, the second exam 30% and the clinical 50%.


Note - you are required to pass both didactic and clinical parts.
NOTE - 75% is a passing grade in an exam. If you fail one exam you are required to average

more than 75% for the combined score to obtain a passing grade.

The lecture course is approximate as some subjects will require more time than others.
Students are required to wear their radiation monitoring badges whenever they are taking radiographs anywhere in the School. Monitoring badges MUST be exchanged during the first week of January, April, July and October. Losing a badge OR handing a badge in late will result in a $10.00 penalty.

It is essential to make a copy of the Student Performance form prior to handing it in with the radiographs to be graded.
Clinical requirements.
For FMS - You are required to obtain 5 grades of B+ or better in the Fall semester and the same in the Summer semester to fulfill your requirements. These are minimum requirements per semester. Work must be handed in at the end of every day to avoid penalties
During the Summer semester you are also required to take 2 FMS and 2 pans, write reports on them and PERSONALLY discuss them with either Dr. Singer or myself during your rotation.

Should reports not be accepted, you will be required to write reports on OTHER radiographs that you have taken


Lecture Schedule. 1997.
Sept. 4 1.00 Principles of Radiographic Interpretation A 7

Sept. 4 2.00 Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation A 7

Sept. 11 1.00 Radiographic anatomy 1 A 7

Sept. 18 1.00 Radiographic anatomy 2 A7

Sept. 25 1.00 The FMS A7

Sept. 30 8.00 Anatomic anomalies 1 A7

Oct. 2. 1.00 Anatomic anomalies 2 A7

Oct. 16. 1.00 Dangers of Radiation A7

Oct. 23. 1.00 Radiology of caries A7

Oct. 30 1.00 Radiology of caries A7

Nov. 6. 1.00 Imaging of the salivary glands. Dr. Mandel A7

Nov. 13. 1.00 Radiographic artifacts and errors A7

Nov. 20 1.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 1 A7

Nov. 27 10.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 2 A7

Nov. 27. 11.00 Radiology of Periodontal diseases A7

Dec. 4. 10.00 Common errors made in panoramic radiology A7

Dec. 4. 11.00 Odontogenic tumors 1 A7

Dec. 11. 10.00 Odontogenic tumors 2 A7

Dec. 11. 11.00 Non Odontogenic tumors A7

Dec. 18. 10.00 Radiology of the maxillary sinus A7

Dec. 18. 11.00 Principles of CT and MRI A7

Dec. 20. 8.00 EXAM EXAM NOTE VENUE A 1

Jan. 8. 1.00 Imaging of the TMJ A7

Jan. 8. 2.00 Infections of the jaws A7

Jan. 15. 1.00 The radiology of the mandibular canal A7

Jan. 15. 2.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of A7

Jan. 22. 1.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of A7

Jan. 22. 2.00 Duplicating radiographs A7

Jan. 29. 1.00 Syndromes A7

Jan. 29. 2.00 Look before you leap A7

Feb. 5. 1.00 Radiographic Infection Control A7

Feb. 5. 2.00 The radiology report A7

Feb. 12. 1.00 Application of the radiology report A7

Feb. 12. 2.00 Digital radiology A7

Feb. 19. 1.00 Setting up practice A7

Feb. 19. 2.00 REVISION A7


Feb. 26. 8.00 NOTE TIME & VENUE Final Exam 2 HOURS
The final exam covers ALL the work.

Wed. Sept. 3 2.00 Principles of Radiographic Interpretation

Wed. Sept. 10 3.00 Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation

Wed. Sept. 17. 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 1

Wed. Sept. 24 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 2

Wed. Oct. 1 2.00 The FMS

Wed. Oct. 8 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 1

Wed. Oct. 15. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 2

Wed. Oct. 22. 2.00 Dangers of Radiation

Wed. Oct. 29. 2.00 Radiology of caries

Wed. Nov. 5 2.00 Radiology of caries

Wed. Nov. 12 2.00 Radiology of the maxillary sinus



Friday Nov. 14 8 - 9 Radiographic artifacts and errors A 1

Wed. Nov. 19. 2.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 1 A 1

Wed. Nov. 26 10.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 2

Wed. Nov. 26. 11.00 Radiology of Periodontal diseases

Wed. Dec. 3. 10 .00 Common errors made in panoramic radiology

Wed. Dec. 3. 11.00 Odontogenic tumors 1

Wed. Dec. 10. 10.00 Odontogenic tumors 2

Wed. Dec. 10. 11.00 Non Odontogenic tumors

Wed. Dec. 17. 10.00 Infections of the jaws

Wed. Dec. 17. 11.00 EXAM EXAM

Fri. Dec. 18 8.00 NO LECTURE
JAN 1998.
Thurs. Jan. 8 9.00 Imaging of the TMJ

Fri. Jan. 9 9.00 Principles of CT and MRI

Thurs. Jan. 15 9.00 Imaging of the salivary glands. Dr. Mandel

Fri. Jan. 16 9.00 Duplicating radiographs

Thurs. Jan. 22 9.00 The radiology of the mandibular canal

Fri. Jan. 23 9.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of

Thurs. Jan. 29 9.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of

Fri. Jan. 30 9.00 Syndromes

Thurs. Feb. 5 9.00 Look before you leap

Fri. Feb. 6. 9.00 Radiographic Infection Control

Thurs. Feb. 12. 9.00 The radiology report

Fri. Feb. 13. 9.00 Application of the radiology report

Thurs. Feb. 19. 9.00 Digital radiology

Fri. Feb. 20. 9.00 Setting up practice


Feb. 26. 8.00 NOTE TIME & VENUE Final Exam 2 HOURS
The final exam covers ALL the work.

Recommended reading - Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging. Farman, Nortje and Wood

Mosby. St. Louis. 1993.

Dental Radiology. Brocklebank. L. Oxford Medical Publications 1997

Principles of Dental Imaging. Langland, OA and Langlais. RP Williams

and Wilkins. 1997. Soft cover and very reasonable.
The first exam counts 20%, the second exam 30% and the clinical 50%.
Note - you are required to pass both didactic and clinical parts.
NOTE - 75% is a passing grade in each exam. If you fail one exam you are required to average more than 75% for the combined written score to obtain a passing grade.
Wed. Sept. 9 2.00 Principles of Radiographic Interpretation A 7

Wed. Sept. 16 3.00 Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation A 7

Wed. Sept. 23. 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 1 A 7

Wed. Oct. 7. 2.00 NO LECTURE

Wed. Oct. 21. 1.00 The FMS A 7

Wed. Oct. 21. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 1 A 7

Wed. Oct. 28. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 2 A 7

Wed. Nov. 4. 2.00 Dangers of Radiation A 7

Wed. Nov. 4. 3.00 Radiology of caries A 7

Wed. Nov. 11. 2.00 Radiology of caries A 7

Wed. Nov. 18 2.00 Radiology of the maxillary sinus A 7

Wed Nov. 25 2.00. Radiographic artifacts and errors A 7

Wed. Dec. 2. 10.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 1 A 7

Wed. Dec. 2. 11.00 Radiology of Cysts of the jaws 2 A 7

Wed. Dec. 9. 10.00 Radiology of Periodontal diseases A 7

Wed. Dec. 9. 11 .00 Common errors made in panoramic radiology A 7

Wed. Dec. 16. 10.00 Odontogenic tumors 1 A 7

Wed. Dec. 16. 11.00 EXAM EXAM A 7

Wed. Dec. 23. 10.00 Imaging of the salivary glands. D. Mandel A 7

Wed. Dec. 23. 11.00 NO LECTURE


JAN 1998.

Thurs. Jan 7. 8.00 Infections of the jaws A A

Thurs. Jan. 7. 9.00 Odontogenic tumors 2 A A

Thurs. Jan. 14. 8.00 Non Odontogenic tumors A A

Thurs. Jan 14 9.00 Imaging of the TMJ A A

Thurs. Jan. 21 8.00 Principles of CT and MRI A A

Thurs. Jan. 21 8.00 Duplicating radiographs A A

Thurs. Jan. 28 8.00 Radiology of the mandibular canal A A

Thurs. Jan. 28 9.00 Radiographic interpretation A A

Thurs. Feb 4 8.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of A A

Thurs. Feb. 4 9.00 Look before you leap A A

Thurs. Feb. 11 8.00 The radiology report 301

Thurs. Feb. 11 9.00 Digital radiology 301

Thurs. Feb 18 8.00 Setting up practice A 1

Thurs. Feb. 18 9.00 Revision. Students to decide what is discussed A 1

Feb. 25. 8.00 NOTE TIME & VENUE Final Exam 2 HOURS A 1

The final exam covers ALL the work.
Please feel free to call me with any problem or query.

Division of Oral Radiology
Junior - Lecture Schedule 1999 -2000.
D - 7932.

Course Director - Neill Serman. Tel - 6-5674

email - njs2@columbia.edu


Required Textbook - Oral Radiology. White and Pharoah. FOURTH ed. Mosby

Co. St. Louis. 2000. DO NOT BUY THIRD EDITION


Recommended reading - Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging. Farman, Nortje and Wood

Mosby. St. Louis. 1993.

Dental Radiology. Brocklebank. L. Oxford Medical Publications. 1997

Principles of Dental Imaging. Langland, OA and Langlais. RP

Williams and Wilkins. 1997. Soft cover and very reasonable.

The first exam counts 20%, the second exam 30% and the clinical 50%.


Note - you are required to pass both didactic and clinical parts.
NOTE - 75% is a passing grade in an exam. [ same as the Boards]. If you fail one

exam you are required to average more than 75% for the combined score to obtain a passing grade.


The lecture course is approximate as some subjects will require more time than others.
Students are required to wear their radiation monitoring badges whenever they are taking radiographs anywhere in the School. Monitoring badges MUST be exchanged during the first week of January, April, July and October. Losing a badge OR handing a badge in late will result in a $10.00 penalty.

Clinical requirements - JUNIORS.
For FMS - You are required to obtain 50 credits in the Fall semester and 5 B+ in the Summer semester to fulfill your requirements. These are minimum requirements per semester. Work must be handed in at the end of every day to avoid penalties
It is essential to make a copy of the Student Performance form prior to handing it

in with the radiographs to be graded - this is your receipt.
During the Summer semester you are also required to take 2 FMS and 2 pans, write reports on them and PERSONALLY discuss them with either Dr. Singer or myself during your rotation.
Should reports not be accepted, you will be required to write reports on OTHER radiographs that you have taken

1999 - 2000


Wed. Sept. 8 2.00 Principles of Radiographic Interpretation A 7

Wed. Sept. 15 3.00 Visual and Perceptual aspects of interpretation A 7

Wed. Sept. 22. 2.00 Radiographic anatomy 1 A 7

Wed. Sept 29. 2.00 The FMS A 7

Wed. Oct. 6. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 1 A 7

Wed. Oct. 13. 2.00 Anatomic anomalies 2 A 7

Wed. Oct. 20. 2.00 Radiology of caries 1 A 7

Wed. Oct. 27. 3.00 Radiology of caries 2 A 7

Wed. Nov. 3. 2.00 Dangers of Radiation A 7

Wed. Nov. 10. 3.00 Radiographic artifacts and errors A 7

Wed. Nov. 17 2.00 Imaging of the maxillary sinus A 7

Wed Nov. 24 2.00. Imaging of Cysts of the jaws 1 A 7

Wed. Dec. 1. LECTURE ON DENTAL MATERIALS A 7

Wed. Dec. 8. 10.00 Imaging of Cysts of the jaws 2 A 7

Wed. Dec. 8. 1.00 Imaging of the salivary glands. D. Mandel A 7

Wed. Dec. 15. 11.00 Radiology of Periodontal diseases A 7

Wed. Dec. 15. 11.00 Common errors made in panoramic radiology A 7

Wed. Dec. 22. 10.00 Odontogenic tumors 1 A 7

Wed. Dec. 22. 11.00 EXAM EXAM A 7

When the schedule for 2000 is given to me I will let you have the Radiology Lecture Schedule.



JAN 2000.
Thurs. Jan 6. 8.00 Occlusal radiographs A 1

Thurs. Jan. 13. 8.00 Infections of the jaws A 1

Thurs. Jan. 20. 8.00 Odontogenic tumors 2 A 1

Thurs. Jan. 27. 8.00 Non Odontogenic tumors A 1

Thurs. Feb. 2 8.00 Imaging of the TMJ A 1

Thurs. Feb. 10 8.00 Principles of CT and MRI A 1

Thurs. Feb. 10 9.00 Duplicating radiographs A 1

Thurs. Feb. 17 8.00 Radiology of the mandibular canal A 1

Thurs. Feb. 17 9.00 Radiographic interpretation A 1

Thurs. Feb 24 8.00 Radiographic interpretation - practice of A 1

Thurs. Feb. 24 9.00 Look before you leap A 1

Thurs. Mar. 2 8.00 The radiology report A 1

Thurs. Mar. 2 9.00 Digital radiology A 1

Thurs. Mar. 9 8.00 Principles of interpretation

Thurs. Mar. 9 9.00 Setting up practice A 1
Thurs. Mar. 16 8.00 EXAM. COVERS ALL THE WORK A 1

Please feel free to call me with any problem or query.


Email njs2@columbia.edu Phone 6-5674


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