هذا المقرر يعطي الطالب معلومات متقدمة عن علم أشعة الفم. كذلك يتعلم الطالب كيف يأخذ أشعة الفم بأنواعها. كذلك يتعلم الطالب التفرقة بين الأمراض من خلال قرائة الأشعة.
This is the second course of oral radiology which is comprehensive course in radiographic interpretation and differential diagnosis of developmental, pathological lesions and fractures of the jaws and associated structures.
The course is covered by the lectures in the first half of the year and practical and tutorials in the second half.
The lectures in the first half will encourage the student to present and participate in case discussion sessions in the second half.
Overall learning objectives:
By the end of this course students should be able to:
Know different types of inflammatory lesions of jaws and their clinical and radiographic features.
Know different types of odontogenic and non odontogenic cysts and to describe the radiographic appearance of each one.
Know the most common benign odontogenic and non odontogenic tumors. Know the most characteristic radiographic features of benign lesions. Know the clinical and radiographic appearance of each one.
Know different malignant lesions, stressing on the clinical and radiographic features. Be able to refer patients for advanced imaging to complete the differential diagnosis of tumors.
Know different types of bone diseases that have jaw manifestations, stressing on the clinical features and radiographic appearance.
Be familiar with soft tissue calcifications seen on oral and maxillofacial radiographs.
Identify and diagnose fractures of the jaws and facial bones, their clinical features and different imaging technique used for diagnosis.
Know the systemic disease and some of syndromes that can be manifested in the jaws.
Know TMJ anatomy, different radiographic technique used to examine TMJ. To know the radiographic appearance of the most common disorders affecting the TMJ.
Know maxillary sinus anatomy, different radiographic technique used to examine sinus. To knows the radiographic appearance of the most common diseases affecting the maxillary sinus.
Know salivary gland anatomy different radiographic technique used to examine salivary gland. To know the radiographic appearance of the most common diseases affecting them.
Content of the Lectures:
Chapters and pages from Oral Radiology principles and Interpretation, 6th edition unless otherwise specified.
1- Sectional Anatomy (Ch. 2, Textbook: Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy, an imaging approach, By Denise L. Lazo 2005)
General clinical and radiographic features and calcification. Dystrophic Calcification: calcified lymph nodes, dystrophic calcification in the tonsils and calcified blood vessels (carotid arteriosclerosis). Idiopathic Calcification: Salivary Sialolith, and Phleboliths. Metastatic Calcification. Heterotopic Calcification: Ossification of the stylohyoid ligament and myostitis ossificans.
9-Trauma to the Facial structures (Ch 29 pp 548)
Introduction and general radiographic signs of fracture.
Clinical and radiographic appearance of :
Mandibular condyle fractures.
Mid face fractures (Le Fort I, II, III).
Zygomatic complex fractures.
10- Systemic Disease Manifested in the Jaws (Ch 25, pp 454)
- Clinic: OMF Radiology Clinic (Requirements: One 20 CMS cases done on patients and 1 Panoramic radiograph taken on a patient)
- Assigned Case Reporting: Basic Sinces Lab (Room 45). Requirements: report writing of two assigned 20 CMS cases and one assigned panoramic case.
- Case Presentation: Class room (Rm 11 GA) case presentation and discussion.
- Bonus assignment projects and homework are available upon student request.
This course file was approved by the Oral Medicine & Diagnostic Sciences 6th department meeting for the academic year 2009-2010 held on Sunday March 9th, 2010. Last update was approved by the Oral medicine and Diagnostic Sciences 6th department meeting for the academic year 2010-2011 held on Sunday Feb10th, 2011.