Paediatric Oral Pathology and Medicine 1 (DENT5041)

UNIT OF STUDY

This course covers all aspects of the diagnosis, clinico-pathology and management of paediatric oral pathology and medicine, it aims to give Trainees knowledge and skills in the management of children presenting with oral pathological lesions. Trainees must be proficient in the management of children with a wide variety of disorders, including orofacial infections, vesiculobullous lesions, ulceration, autoimmune disorders, salivary disorders, paediatric malignancies and gingival disorders. They must also have detailed knowledge of the pathogenesis, clinical and ultra structural presentation, tests used in diagnosis and treatment, prognosis and management of these conditions. They must also be aware of the implications for dental treatment in children with these conditions. Trainees must also understand concepts of surgical management of children for orofacial pathology and be competent in the prescription of medications for inpatients and outpatients, basic surgical techniques required in an outpatient setting and the management of surgical complications arising from routine clinical care.

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Classes

clinical prac 24hr/wk, 4x3 hr tut

Assessment

clinical prac (25%), tutorials (25%), 1x3hr written exam (25%), 1xviva (25%)

Textbooks

Handbook of Pediatric Dentistry, Cameron and Widmer, 3rd Edition

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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