Plan of lectures in therapeutic dentistry for 5-th year English-medium students



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Plan of lectures in therapeutic dentistry for 5-th year

English-medium students (9-th term, 16 hours)

Theme

Topic of the lecture

Hours

Date

1.

Anatomical-physiological characteristic of oral mucosa and salivary glands. Peculiarities of patient examination with oral mucosa pathology. Primary and secondary elements of mucosa damage. Classification of oral mucosa diseases.

2

05.09

2.

Traumatic injuries. Mechanical trauma. Leukoplakia. Chemical and physical trauma. Radiation sickness.

2

19.09

3.

Viral infections of oral mucosa.

2

03.10

4.

Fungal and protozoal diseases.

2

17.10

5.

Bacterial infections. Ulcerative-necrotic damages of oral mucosa.

2

31.10

6.

Changes of oral mucosa in allergies and immunologic diseases. Immune-mediated diseases (pemphigus, pemphigoid, lichen planus).

2

14.11

7.

Oral manifestations of cardiovascular, endocrine, gastrointestinal diseases and hematological disorders.

2

28.11

8.

Tongue disorders. Cheilitis. Etiology, pathogenesis. Oral premalignancy. Clinic, diagnosis, dentist’s tactics.

2

12.12

Plan of practical lessons in therapeutic dentistry for 5-th year

English-medium students (9-th term, 114 hours)

Theme

Topic of the lesson

Hours



Structure of oral mucosa. Anatomy, histology, physiology. Clinical meaning. Anatomical-physiological peculiarities of tongue mucosa.

6



Pathogenetical security mechanisms and factors that promote rise of oral mucosa diseases. Saliva. Quantitative and qualitative composition. Clinical meaning of salivation disorders. Security properties of saliva. Microflora of oral cavity.

6



Peculiarities of patient examination with oral mucosa pathology. Primary and secondary morphological elements of oral mucosa damage. Medical documentation.

6



Classification of oral mucosa pathology. Leukoplakia. Chemical injury of oral mucosa. Etiology, clinic, differential diagnosis, treatment.

6



Physical injury of oral mucosa. Galvanism. Radiation sickness. Prevention. Emergency.

6


Viral infections of oral mucosa. Acute herpetic stomatitis, herpes zoster, herpes labialis.


5



Oral manifestations of AIDS. AIDS prevention.

6



Alteration diseases of oral mucosa. Etiology, pathogenesis, classification, clinic, differential diagnosis, treatment. Ulcerative-necrotic gingivostomatitis (Vincent). Etiology, pathogenesis, clinic, differential diagnosis, treatment.

6



Oral manifestations of syphilis. Tuberculosis of oral mucosa.

6


Fungal and protozoal diseases. Clinic, differential diagnosis, treatment.


5



Reactions of immediate hypersensitivity. Anaphylactic shock. Quincke’s oedema.

5



Cell-mediated immunity - delayed hypersensitivity reactions. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis, allergic contact stomatitis erythema multiforme.

5



Oral manifestations of immune-mediated dermatologic diseases. Pemphigus, pemphigoid. Lichen planus. Lupus erythematosus.

5



Oral manifestations of hematologic disorders.

5



Oral manifestations of cardiovascular, endocrine and gastrointestinal diseases.

5



Tongue disorders. Neurological tongue diseases.

5



Lip lesions (cheilitis). Classification. Etiology, clinic, diagnosis, differential diagnosis. Treatment, prevention.

5



Oral premalignancy. Clinic. Treatment.

5



Mistakes and complications in diagnosis and treatment of oral mucosa pathology. Physical methods in treatment of oral mucosa diseases.

5



Physical methods in complex treatment of oral mucosa pathology. Peculiarities of oral cavity hygiene.

5



Conclusion session.

5

Plan of out of class work in therapeutic dentistry for 5-th year

English-medium students (9-th term, 86 hours)

1.

Study of the structure of oral mucosa and elements of its injury (pictures, scheme).

2.

Method of the simple and broadened stomatoscopy.

3.

Material obtaining for cytological investigations.

4.

Material obtaining for microbiological investigation.

5.

Microphlora of oral cavity.

6.

Special methods of investigation of patients with oral mucosa pathology.

7.

Laboratory methods of investigation of patients with oral mucosa pathology.

8.

Anamnesis of patients with oral mucosa pathology.

9.

Trauma of oral mucosa.

10.

Treatment of viral diseases of oral mucosa.

11.

Scheme of alteration inflammation development in oral cavity.

12.

Differential diagnosis of oral manifestations of specific infectious diseases.

13.

Criteria for the diagnostic of fungal infectious of oral mucosa.

14.

AIDS. Epidemiology, clinic, diagnostic, treatment, prophylaxis.

15.

Reactions of immediate hypersensitivity. Mechanism of development (Table).

16.

T-cell immune reactions - delayed hypersensitivity (Table).

17.

Allergological methods of investigation.

18.

First aid rendering in the case of anaphylactic hypersensitivity (scheme). Medications. Prescriptions.

19.

Differential diagnosis of autoimmune dermatitis.

20.

Oral manifestations of exogenous intoxications. Clinic, treatment.

21.

Peculiarities of patient examination with hematologic disorders.

22.

Peculiarities of dental aid in patients with leukemia.

23.

Diagnostic of glossalgia and glossodynia.

24.

Differential diagnosis of cheilitis.

25.

Physical methods of treatment of oral mucosa pathology.

26.

Peculiarities of oral cavity hygiene in patients with oral mucosa pathology.

27.

History of disease.

28.

Test control.

29.

Each student has to compose two test tasks.

30.

Solution of situational tasks.

LECTURE lessons schedule of oral surgery
for English-medium students of 5th year education on dentistry faculty
in 9th term of 2012-2013 academic year.




Topic title

Hours

Date

Lecturer

1

Management of oral pathologic lesions. Examination and diagnostic methods. Soft tissue biopsy technique and surgical principles. Intraosseous, hard tissue biopsy techniques and surgical principles.

2

03.09.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



2

Cysts and cyst-like lesions of the jaws, their surgical management.

2

17.09.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



3

Principles of surgical management of jaw tumors. Reconstruction of jaws after removal of oral tumors. Surgical management of benign and malignant tumors of the oral cavity.

2

01.10.2012

Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



4

Preprosthetic surgery. Principles of patient evaluation and treatment planning. Recontouring of the alveolar ridges. Tori removal. Soft tissue abnormalities. Mandibular and maxillary augmentation.

2

15.10.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



5

Contemporary implant dentistry. Treatment planning and surgical phase. Biologic consideration for osteointegration. Types of dental implants.

2

29.10.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



6

Dentofacial deformities, their causes and principles of correction. Management of patient with orofacial clefts. Embryology and etiologic factors. Treatment of cleft lip and palate.

2

12.11.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



7

Surgical reconstruction of defects of the jaws. Types of grafts. Modern principles of maxillofacial bone-grafting procedures.

2

26.11.2012


Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



8

Management of temporomandibular disorders.

Evaluation and classification of temporomandibular disorders. Treatment of temporomandibular disorders.



2

10.12.2012

Prof.

Vares Ya.E.



9

Facial neuropathology of nontraumatic andrigin.nd physical examination. traumatic origin.

2

24.12.2012

Prof.

Vares Ya.E.






TOTAL

18







Practical lessons schedule of oral surgery
for English-medium students of the 5th year education on dental faculty
in autumn semester of 2012-2013 academic year.




TOPIC of LESSON

Hours

Independed work

1

2

3

5

1

Epidemiology, etiological factors and classification of orofacial region tumours. Organization of oncologic help for patients with tumours orofacial region. Health centre system of onkostomatological patients.

5

6

2

Cysts of jaws. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

3

Odontogenic tumours of jaws. Classification, clinic, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

4

Benign tumours of orofacial region. Soft tissues cysts. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

5

Benign tumours of jaws. Tumular formations of jaws. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

6

Precancer diseases of orofacial region and oral cavity. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

7

Malignant tumours of skin, mucous and organs of oral cavity (melanoma, bazilioma, karcinoma, sarcoma). Clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

8

Malignant tumours of jaws (karcinoma, sarcoma). Clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

9

Benign and malignant tumours of salivary glands. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

10

Aims and tasks of reconstruction surgery of maxillofacial region. Planning of plastic operations. The plastic operations by local tissues.

5

6

11

Free transplantation of tissues. Dermatoplasty. Osteoplasty.

5

6

12

Lip and palate clefts. Classification, clinical signs, terms of operative treatment.







13

Inflammatory and dystrophic diseases of TMJ. TMJ acampsias and contracture of jaws. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

14

Anomalies of development and deformation of jaws. Classification, clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

15

Principles of dental implantology.

5

6

16

Disease and damage of facial nerve. Clinical signs, diagnostics, treatment.

5

6

17

Surgical treatments of periodontal deseases.

5

6

18

Medical rehabilitation of surgical stomatological patients.

5

6




TOTAL

90

108


THE PRACTICAL CLASSES SCHEDULE (SURGERY)

( for the fifth year students of Dentistry Department, 9th term 2012/2013 years)




Topics

Acad. Hrs.

1.

Congenital Cleft Lip and Palate. Statistic. Etiology. Classification.

2

2.

Cleft Lip. Forms. Anatomical and functional abnormalities. Preoperative treatment. Timing and treatment procedure.

2

3.

Cleft Palate. Forms. Anatomical and functional abnormalities. Preoperative treatment. Timing and treatment procedure.

2

4.

Organization of multidisciplinary treatment and rehabilitation of children with congenital cleft lip and palate.

2

5.

Tumors of Oral- Facial Area in Children. Age particularities. Statistic. Classification. General features and particularities of the tumor diagnosis of the different localization in Childhood. Oncology circumspection. Tumor -like Diseases of the soft tissues.

2

6.

Benign tumors of the soft tissues of Oral- Facial Area in Chidren. Forms. Particularities of the clinical features. Diagnosis. Treatment.

2

7.

Vascular Tumors of Oral-Facial Area. Classification. Clinical features. Diagnosis. Methods of the treatment.

2

8.

Congenital Cysts and Fistulas of the neck. Etiology. Clinical features. Diagnosis. Treatment.

2

9.

Odontogenic Tumors of Jaws in Children. Ameloblastoma, Odontoma, Cementoma, Odontogenic Fibroma. Clinical features. Radiological investigation. Differencial diagnosis. Treatment.

2

10.

Nonodontogenic tumors of the Jaws. Osteoma.

Osteoid Osteoma, Giant Cell Tumor. Clinical features. Diagnosis. Treatment.



2

11.

Tumor -like Diseases of Jaws in Children. Fibrous Dysplasia. Fibrosis-osseous Dysplasia. Cherubism. Eosinophilic granuloma. Etiology. Clinic. Diagnosis. Treatment.

2

12.

Cysts of the Jaws. Classification. Pathogenesis. Clinical features. Diagnosis. Treatment.

2

13.

Malignant Tumors of Oral- Facial Area in Children. Statistic. Etiology. Classification.

2

14.


Osteoblastic Sarcoma. Fibroblastic Sarcoma. The Ewing’s Sarcoma. Reticulated Sarcoma. Particularities of the clinical features. Diagnosis. Treatment. Prognosis.

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In total


2

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28

LECTURES

( Surgery)

( for the fifth year students of Dentistry Department, 9th term 2012/2013 years)









Date

Topic of the Lecture

Lector

1.

18.09

Congenital Cleft Lip and Palate.Etiology. Pathogenesis. Classification. Preventive measures. Medical assistance.

O.B. Hrynyshyn

2.

16.10

Congenital Cleft Lip and Palate. Particularities of the treatment. Dispanserisation.

O.B. Hrynyshyn

3.

13.11

Tumors of the Oral- Facial Area in Children. Classification. Clinical features. Diagnosis.

O.B. Hrynyshyn

4.

11.12

Tumors of the Oral- Facial Area in Children. Medical assistance. Particularities of the treatment. Rehabilitation.

O.B. Hrynyshyn


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