ORAL RADIOLOGY (ORAD)
Seminars, laboratory, and clinical sessions to provide experience in advanced oral radiologic procedures.
Literature review, seminars, and clinical experience in advanced radiologic diagnosis.
Literature review and seminars in the application of radiologic procedures such as computed tomography, digital imaging, and magnetic resonance for diagnosis of oral and maxillofacial conditions. Fundamentals of radiation therapy are also included.
Radiographic selection criteria, dental radiographs efficacy, panoramic radiology, extraoral techniques, radiation risks and radiological hygiene in dental practice, principle of radiologic interpretation, radiology of cysts and tumors, radiology of the TMJ, radiology of systemic disease, quality improvement, radiology for dental implants, digital imaging in dentistry, and advanced craniofacial region imaging.
Course is designed for graduate students with a strong interest in OMFR and seeks to expose students to classical articles in the radiology literature.
Case studies in the interpretation of unusual conditions of the oral and maxillofacial region.
Individual research under the direction of a mentor with the intention of publication. Completion of a manuscript and submission is a requirement for an MS degree.
Individual research under the direction of a mentor and committee. Completion of a thesis for an MS degree is required.