Załącznik nr 1 do zarządzenia nr 54/2015 Rektora wum z dnia 14. 07. 2015 r



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Załącznik nr 1 do zarządzenia nr 54/2015 Rektora WUM z dnia 14.07.2015 r.

Załącznik nr 2 do procedury opracowywania i okresowego przeglądu programów kształcenia

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  1. Imprint

Name of faculty:

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

Programme of study:

English Dentistry Division, full cycle program, practical profile, intramural, full-time

Academic year:

2016/2017

Name of module/ subject:

Dental radiology

Subject/course code:

29378

Units conducting the course:

Department of Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology

Medical University of Warsaw

Nowogrodzka 59, 02-006 Warszawa


Head of the Unit/Department:

professor Kazimierz Szopiński MD, PhD

Year of study:

2

Semester of study:

winter and summer semester

Type of module/subject:

Specialization course

All the persons conducted activities:

professor Kazimierz Szopiński MD, PhD

Piotr Regulski DMD, PhD

Stanisław Jalowski DMD

Katarzyna Łukasiewicz DMD

Joanna Łuniewska DMD

Anna Stróżyńska DMD



Erasmus YES/NO:

YES

The person in charge of syllabus :

Stanisław Jalowski DMD tel.:225021272

Number of ECTS:

2

  1. Educational objectives

To familiarize with the fundamental methods of diagnostic imaging used in dental medicine – identification of images, indications, radiologic anatomy, radiologic signs of common pathologies. To familiarize with radiation doses and radiation protection methods used in dental radiology.

To familiarize with radiologic diagnosis of diseases of the teeth, alveoli and facial cranium






  1. Prerequisitive requirements

Successfully passed examination in Human Anatomy

  1. Learning outcome of a course

List of learning outcomes

Symbol the coursecode

Description

Relation to a learning outcome

1K

Know the principles of radiologic diagnostics

F.W21

2K

Know the structures of the stomatognathic system,

A.W1

3K

Knows anatomic relationships as imaged in basic radiologic methods.

A.W3

4K

Know the methods of imaging of tissues and organs, ant the principles of operation of diagnostic equipment

B.W9

5K

Know the operation of ultrasound equipment.

B.W10


6K

Be able to describe the clinical course and radiologic signs of pathologic processes and diseases.

C.W5

7K

Know the history of dental radiology and the achievements of Polish medicine in this field

D.W16, D.W18

8K

Can identify normal and pathologic structures and organs in principal methods of diagnostic imaging

E.W5

9K

Knows the principles of radiation protection

G.W16, G.W20

10K

Knows the rules of creation and storage of medical records

G.W32

  1. Forms of conductedactivities

Form

Number of hours

Number of groups

Minimal number of students in a group

Lecture

25

Whole course

-

Seminar

-

-

-

Classes

-

-

-

  1. The subjects of activities and curriculum content

L1-Lecture 1 - Ionizing radiation. Properties of X-rays. X-ray lamp. Physical and technical bases of radiographics- physical basics of ionizing radiation (including X-rays), construction and principles of operation of an X-ray tube, equipment used in dental and maxillofacial radiology – 4K

L2-Lecture 2 - Radiation biology. Dosimetry. Radiation protection in dental practice -effects of ionizing radiation on matter and living organism, deterministic and stochastic effects of the ionizing radiation, principles of radiation protection in dentistry, legal regulations concerning radiation protection in Poland and in the European Union – 9K, 10K

L3-Lecture 3 - Intraoral radiography: equipment, techniques, indications. Radiologic anatomy - construction and fundamentals of operation of dental X-ray equipment, comparison of digital and analog imaging techniques, types and applications of dental radiograms, radiologic anatomy of structures visualized in dental radiography –1K, 2K, 4K, 7K, 8K

L4-Lecture 4 - Orthopantomography: equipment, technique, radiologic anatomy. Cephalometry: equipment, technique, radiologic anatomy. Extraoral radiography- construction and fundamentals of operation of orthopantomographic equipment, diagnostic applications of orthopantomography- radiologic anatomy in orthopantomography, types of radiographs and imaging technique in cephalometry, diagnostic applications of cephalometric radiographs, basic cephalometric points and lines –1K, 3K, 4K, 8K

L5-Lecture 5 - Computed tomography and cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) in diagnosis of diseases of the facial cranium- construction and fundamentals of operation of CT, CBCT equipment, clinical applications of CBCT, differences between CT and CBCT, radiologic anatomy in CT and CBCT –1K, 3K, 4K, 8K

L6-Lecture 6 - Quality assessment in intraoral radiography, orthopantomography cephalometry and CBCT. Legal issues in dentomaxillofacial radiology. Referral of patients, reporting of results -quality criteria used in intraoral intraoral radiography, orthopantomography and cephalometry, quality criteria of CT and CBCT examinations, methods of quality assurance in dental radiology, legal issues in dental radiology – 4K, 10K

L7-Lecture 7 - Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging in diagnostic imaging of diseases of the head and neck. Equipment, examination technique, radiologic anatomy- construction and fundamentals of operation of ultrasound equipment, application of sonography in dentistry,sonographic anatomy of the head and neck, construction and fundamentals of operation of MRI, applications of MRI in dentistry, head and neck anatomy in MRI –4K, 5K

L8-Lecture 8 - Radiologic signs of dento-maxillofacial pathologies-radiologic signs of trauma, inflammation, neoplastics,metabolic, abddegeneratice diseases of the teeth, alveoli and facial cranium –6K

L9-Lecture 9 - Radiologic signs and differential diagnosis of caries.Radiologic signs of chronic periapical and periodontal inflammation- radiologic signs of caries, radiologic classifications of caries, radiologic signs and classifications of chronic periapical inflammation, radiologic signs and classifications of chronic periapical inflammation –6K

L10-Lecture 10 - Diagnostic imaging of benign tumors, malignant tumors, and tumor-like conditions of the alveoli and facial cranium-radiologic signs of benign tumors, malignant tumors, and tumor-like conditions of the alveoli and facial cranium, differential diagnosis of neoplasms –1K, 6K

L11-Lecture 11 - Dental and maxillofacial radiology in children. Imaging of dental and craniofacial anomalies (developmental and acquired)-radiologic anatomy of the stomatognathic system in children, radiologic image of mixed dentition, radiologic signs of dental and craniofacial anomalies (developmental and acquired), radiation protection in pediatric dental radiology –1K, 6K

L12-Lecture 12 - Imaging of dento-maxillo-facial trauma. -radiologic signs of bone fractures - radiologic signs of fractures of the teeth, radiologic classification of fractures of the teeth and alveoli, fractures of the facial cranium, pathologic fractures, radiologic signs of normal and abnormal healing of fractures - 1K, 6K



  1. Methods of verification of curriculum content

Symbol the coursecode

Symbol the type of activities

Methods of learning outcome verification

Criterium of credit for a course

1K

2K

3K



4K

5K

6K



7K

8K

9K



10K

L

Written test (MCQ and open questions)

More than 60% of correct answers, including correct answers to all fundamental (basic) questions

  1. Kryteria oceniania

The form of credit for a course: a written test: credit

grade

criteria

  1. Literature/Textbooks

Obligatory literature/textbooks:

  1. Whaites E, Drage N. Essentials of Dental Radiography and Radiology. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier 2013

Complementary literature/textbooks:

  1. White SC, Pharoah MJ. Oral Radiology – principles and interpretation. ElsevierMosby 2013

  1. ECTS calculation(1 ECTS = od 25 do 30 godzin pracy studenta)

Form of activity

Number of hours

ECTS points

Contact hours with an academic teacher:

Lecture

25

1

Seminar

-

-

Classes

-

-

Student individual workload (exemplary work form):.

Preparationworkload to seminar

-

-

Preparation workload to conducting activities

35

1

Other

-

-

In total

60

2

  1. Additional information

Students may join the scientific circle (club) of dentomaxillofacial radiology ALARA supervised by professor KazimierzSzopiński MD, PhD
The lectures are held in the Paszkiewicz Auditorium or Lesniowski Auditorium (according to the schedule)

Signature of the person in charge of syllabus signature



Signature of the Head of the Unit

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