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Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

Learn to recognize the leading causes and symptoms and improve the healing and care of your patients!

Inflammation, immunity, and repair are the body ’s responses to injury. Inflammation allows the human body to eliminate tissue injured by trauma or infection, to contain injuries, and to begin the process of healing. 

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

How to know what to order? This course comes as a booklet with the course and test all in one so you are only paying to take the test. If you would like to receive an electronic copy of the booklet/test then choose our PDF email option! Would you rather receive a hard copy in the mail? Then choose the book/test option. Email courses will take their test online while those that choose the hard copy can either mail their test back in the envelop we provide for grading OR take your test right online for immediate grading.

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

(book and test)

Traditional Hardcopy

3 hours $30.00

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

(PDF and test by email)

Online Only

3 hours $30.00

Last Reviewed: January 12, 2017 

Expiration: January 12, 2020

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

About the Authors

Olga A.C. Ibsen is an Adjunct Professor at New York University College of Dentistry, in the Department of Oral andMaxillofacial Pathology, Radiology and Medicine and at the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Sheteaches Oral Pathology and also provides CE courses at Regional Meetings, Conventions, Dental and Dental HygieneSchools, Study Clubs and Constitu ents throughout the country. She has made significant contributions to the DentalHygiene Profession as an educator, clinician, author and editor. She has been a member of the faculty at ColumbiaUniversity, The State University of New York, and The University of New Haven. Additionally, she has been a part ofthe clinical practice of Dental Hygiene for over thirty years. She has co-authored the text "Oral Pathology for the DentalHygienist" published by WB Saunders.

     

Dr. Phelan received her D.D.S. degree from the School of Dental Medicine at the State University of New York atStony Brook in 1977. She completed a residency in oral pathology and training in general pathology at Catholic MedicalCenter of Brooklyn and Queens and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Herresearch is in the area of oral manifestations of HIV infection. She is co-author of the textbook, Oral Pathology for theDental Hygienist - 4th Edition, 2004, W.B. Saunders] and has authored or co-authored numerous publications in thearea of oral pathology and oral manifestations of HIV infection. Her research is in the area of oral manifestations of HIVinfection.

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

Course Objectives

When you complete this course, you will take a written or online test that measures your ability to identify:

1. List the classic signs of inflammation that occur locally at the site of inflammation

2. List and describe the major systemic signs of inflammation.

3. Describe the microscopic events associated with each of the local signs of inflammation.

4. Describe the microscopic events associated with each of the local signs of inflammation.

5. List local and systemic factors that can impair healing.

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

Table of Contents

When you complete this course, you will take a written or online test that measures your ability to identify:

Injury ......................................................................... 34

Innate Defenses..........................................34

Inflammation ............................................................. 34

Regeneration and Repair ........................................... 43

Traumatic Injuries to Teeth ....................................... 46

Injuries to Oral Soft Tissues ...................................... 49

Reactive Connective Tissue Hyperplasia .................. 59

Inflammatory Periapical Lesions ............................... 63

Oral Pathology: Inflammation and Repair

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