Medical surgical specialties (clinical skills) - Odontostomatological diseases

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
Learning objectives
During the course, students will acquire:

- Knowledge of the main odontostomatological diseases, in particular the pathologies affecting the mucous membranes of the oral cavity, those concerning the supporting tissues of the dental element and finally the pathologies affecting the dental element itself.
- Knowledge of the main craniofacial anatomical structures, in particular all the anatomical districts that may involve in surgical emergency will be examined in depth.
- Knowledge of the correlations between systemic diseases and oral cavity pathologies: perio-medicine; endo-medicine; pathologies of the oral mucosa in correlation to systemic pathologies.
Expected learning outcomes
Students must be able to perform the functions described below:
- Perform a correct diagnosis of various oral pathologies.
- Identify the main causes of oral pain.
- Being able to correlate systemic pathologies with oral pathologies.
- Be able to perform correct diagnosis in case of trauma at the level of the oral structure, both at the vascular level and at the level of the skeletal structure.
- Have the knowledge to interface with maxillofacial gold specialists.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

MED/28 - ORAL DISEASES AND DENTISTRY - University credits: 3
Professional training: 75 hours