This is a list of all oral pathology, radiology, and medicine courses. For more information, see Oral Pathology, Radiology, and Medicine.

OPRM:5200 Stomatology Literature Review0-3 s.h.

Current literature in oral and maxillofacial pathology and radiology; presentation of graduate student research; development of lectures or seminars for D.D.S. or graduate students, or continuing education for peers and practicing dentists.

OPRM:5225 Manifestations of Oral and Paraoral Disease0-3 s.h.

Clinical experience in diagnosing, managing patients.

OPRM:5226 Oral Pathology for Graduate Students0-1 s.h.

Head and neck diseases, abnormalities.

OPRM:5227 Surgical Oral Pathology0-1 s.h.

Experience in day-to-day operations of surgical oral pathology laboratory; advanced training in histopathologic diagnosis of oral and maxillofacial diseases. Corequisites: OPRM:5240, if not taken as a prerequisite.

OPRM:5228 Introduction to Surgical Oral Pathology0-1 s.h.

Day-to-day operations of surgical oral pathology laboratory; histopathologic diagnosis of oral and maxillofacial diseases.

OPRM:5230 Research in Oral Pathology, Radiology, and Medicine0-3 s.h.

Includes thesis preparation.

OPRM:5238 Introduction to Histopathology0-1 s.h.

Case studies; histopathologic diagnosis of diseases that affect oral and maxillofacial region.

OPRM:5240 Histopathology0-1 s.h.

Case studies; advanced training in histopathologic diagnosis of diseases that affect oral and maxillofacial region. Corequisites: ORDN:5202, if not taken as a prerequisite.

OPRM:5241 Hospital Oral Pathology, Radiology, and Medicine0-3 s.h.

Management of patient consultations, diagnosis, therapy at a hospital-based dental service.

OPRM:5242 Clinical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology0-3 s.h.

Radiologic manifestations of diseases; emphasis on craniofacial complex.

OPRM:5243 Practical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology0-3 s.h.

Clinic participation; supervision of dental and dental hygiene students, review of their cases; participation in clinical radiology conferences, laboratory exercises.

OPRM:5244 Technical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology0-3 s.h.

Experience with technical maintenance of darkroom, clinical equipment; troubleshooting under supervision of radiology staff.

OPRM:5245 Head and Neck Radiology0-3 s.h.

Hospital-based rotation in diagnostic radiology with participation in interpretation sessions; CT, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound.

OPRM:5246 Craniofacial Radiology0-3 s.h.

Hospital-based rotation in diagnostic radiology; exposure to interpretive sessions on ultrasound, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine.

OPRM:5256 Advanced Oral Pathology0-1 s.h.

Diseases involving orofacial organs; emphasis on bibliographic research, biodynamic analysis of pathologic processes, diagnostic interpretation; content adapted to student interests. Requirements: graduate standing in oral pathology.

OPRM:8120 Fundamentals of Oral Radiology1 s.h.

Methods of clinical, radiographic examination, record keeping; correlation of basic, clinical sciences.

OPRM:8235 Oral Pathology4 s.h.

Diseases involving orofacial organs.

OPRM:8240 Basic Pharmacology3 s.h.

Principles of pharmacology, pharmacologic actions of drugs, and correlation with therapeutic uses.

OPRM:8245 Introduction to Clinical Oral Radiology1 s.h.

Principles, techniques of diagnosis, radiology, clinical pathology in clinical practice.

OPRM:8355 Systemic Disease Manifestations1 s.h.

Clinical medicine for dental students; basic information for patient evaluation.

OPRM:8360 Clinical Oral Diagnosis1 s.h.

Diagnosis of orofacial diseases by clinical, laboratory, radiographic and treatment planning methods; clinical case analysis.

OPRM:8361 Clinical Oral Radiologyarr.

Making and processing intraoral, extraoral radiographs; principles of radiographic interpretation.

OPRM:8365 Clinical Oral Pathology1 s.h.

Oral and maxillofacial diseases: integration of the clinical, historical, radiographic features; therapeutic management.

OPRM:8368 Applied Dental Pharmacology2 s.h.

Patients' medications and their implications for dental treatment; clinical use of medications that dentists may prescribe; guidelines for dental prescribing.

OPRM:8370 Application of Critical Thinking1 s.h.

Continuation of DENT:8219; evidence-based dentistry, critical thinking, treatment planning sessions; online and small group sessions.