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There is a special emphasis during the course on the clinicopathological view of the diseases, i. By the end of the academic year, a basic clinicopathological affinity and competence in differential diagnosis is required of the students.
Fundamentals and major examples of specific, organ pathology are discussed. Since this is a curriculum designated with specific regard to dentistry students, special emphasis will be placed on the oral pathology and head-neck pathology chapters. The systemic pathology course involves the major fields of organ pathology: pulmonary pathology, haematopathology, gastrointestinal pathology, pathology of the liver, pancreas and biliary system, pathology of the skin, cardiovascular pathology, oral pathology, pathology of the head and neck, pathology of the endocrine organs, nephropathology, pathology of male and female genital system and breast pathology.
Pathology education of dentistry students consists of 28 lectures and 28 histopathology seminars 14 practices with the emphasis on oral pathology. The education during the second semester is carried out by the leader and colleagues of the Oral Pathology Unit Faculty of the Pathology Department. The third-year students are expected to acquire the pathogenesis, the macroscopy and partly the microscopy of the main pathological changes which occure in this region.
This reference knowledge could be used for the ongoing dental studies and especially later in consultations with the oral pathologists. Cawson, E. Slootweg: Pathology of the Head and Neck. Regezi, JJ. Sciubba, RCK. Jordan: Oral Pathology. Clinicopathlogical correlations. Maximum absence: 2 practices. Each missed seminar has to be made up for with another group in the same week. CMV pneumonitis 2.
Carcinoma microcellulare pulmonum 3. Carcinoma planocellulare pulmonum II. Seborrheic keratosis 5. Basal cell carcinoma 6. Nodular melanoma 7. Bullous pemphigoid 8. Psoriasis III. Toxoplasma lymphadenitis Follicular lymphoma Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma Hodgkin lymphoma Helicobacter pylori infection Whartin-Starry Carcinoid of the appendix Rectal adenocarcinoma V. Viralis myocarditis Arteritis temporalis Kaposi sarcoma VI-IX.