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МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson № 1

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 1

Structure peculiarities of dental-jaw system in different ages

ТHЕМE: Development stages of dental-jaw system: embryonic, postnatal. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of oral cavity and temporal-mandibular joint of newborn.

Faculty – dental, course – 3, semester – 6, hours – 2.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: The understanding of dental-jaw system and its adaptation for future function is the base of orthodontic and required deeper analysis.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON:

To let the students know about development stages of dental-jaw system, structure peculiarities of newborns oral cavity, changes in different ages.


III. TO KNOW:

  1. –methodic of patient examination

  2. –anatomical peculiarities of oral cavity structure

  3. –physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavity

  4. –classification of dental-jaw system anomalies and deformations

IV. TO BE ABLE TO:

  1. –conduct examination of patient

  2. –know different group of teeth

  3. –know organs of oral cavity

  4. –define functions of oral cavity

  5. –examine orthodontic patient;

  6. –put final diagnosis

V. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK:

- To be ready for next lesson on the theme:’Formation jaws in age aspect.Development peculiarities of chewing muscles in children. Characteristic of temporary teeth occlusion, transitional dentition and permanent occlusion.


УІ. TEST QUESTIONS :

1. Periods of childs development:

a) embryonic;

b) postnatal.

2. Formation periods of dental-jaw system by Khoroshylkina.

3. development of oral cavity.

4. development of salivary glands.

5. Formation of tonsilaris system.

6. Craniofacial bones.

7. The lower jaw bone.

8. Development periods of primary and permanent teeth.

9. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of oral cavity in newborn.

10. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of temporo-mandibular joint in newborn.
2.Materials for main stage of the lesson:

- practical test (5.1.-5.6.) (see appendix 4)

- dental medical emergencies (see appendix 5)

3. Materials for final stage of the lesson:

-results of initial level of students knowleg;

-results of test control;

-result of students self-work.

VII. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSROOM:

-To examine the patient (under supervision of teacher);

-To put diagnosis;

-To suggest method of treatment;

-To fill medical documentation.

VІІІ.SELF- CHECKING QUESTIONS:

1.Development peculiarities of chewing muscles in children;

а) functions mastication muscles;

b) functions of mimic muscles;

c) functions of tongue muscles;

2. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of oral cavity in newborn.

3.Anatomic-physiological of temporal-mandibular joint in newborn.

4. Growth and formation of jaw bones in age aspect.


2.Materials for main stage of the lesson:

- practical test (5.1.-5.6.) (see appendix 4)

- dental medical emergencies (see appendix 5)

3. Materials for final stage of the lesson:

-results of initial level of students knowleg;

-results of test control;

-result of students self-work.


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list):

Educational: а) main: 4,5 b) additional: 16,36,26


Prepared by: as. Petruniv V.B. Translated by: as. Grygoriv R.B.

Methodical recommendation discussed and developed on the meeting of department from _______2011year. Protocol №_______.


Head of childrens dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M.

METHODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson № 2

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 1

Structure peculiarities of dental-jaw system in different ages

ТHЕМE: Formation of jaw bones in age aspect. Development peculiarities of mastication muscles in children. Morphologic-functional characteristic primary, transitional and permanent occlusion.

Faculty-dental, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 2.

І. THEME ACTUALITY: The understanding of dental-jaw system and its adaptation for future function is the base of orthodontic and required deeper analysis.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

To let the students know about development peculiarities of chewing muscles in children, peculiarities in different ages. To learn characteristic of primary, transitional and permanent occlusion.



TO KNOW:

  1. Methodic of patient examination

  2. Structure peculiarities oral cavity organs

  3. Physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavityclassification of dental-jaw system anomalies and deformations


ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

  1. Conduct examination of the patient

  2. know different group of teeth

  3. know organs of oral cavity

  4. define functions of oral cavity

  5. examine orthodontic patient;

  6. put final diagnosis

V. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK:

а) To be ready for the next lesson on the theme: The norm in orthodontic dentistry. Orthognathic occlusion, its characteristic. Occlusion keys by Engle and Andrews. Physiological and pathological occlusion.


УІ. TEST QUESTIONS:

1.Development peculiarities of chewing muscles in children;

а) functions of mastication muscles;

б) functions of mimic muscles;

в) functions of tong muscles;

2. Characteristic of temporary teeth occlusion;

3. The terms of teeth eruption;

4. І period of temporary teeth occlusion;

5. ІІ period of temporary teeth occlusion;

6. ІІІ period of temporary teeth occlusion ;

7. The first physiological occlusion elevation;

8. Characteristic of transitional dentition;

9. Secondary physiological occlusion elevation;

10. Third elevation of occlusion.



УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSROOM:

On the lesson students should be able to examine of patient, to put final diagnosis, to conduct anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic.



УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS:

1. Characteristic of primary teeth occlusion;

2. Periods of teeth eruption;

3. I period of temporary occlusion.

4. II period of temporary occlusion.

5. III period of temporary occlusion;


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list):

Educational: а) main:4,5 b) additional: 16,36,26

Prepared by: as. Petruniv V.B.

Translated by: as. Grygoriv R.B.


Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.
Head of childrens dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M.

МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson №4

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 1

Structure peculiarities of dental-jaw system in different ages
THEME: Formation periods of bite heights. Importants of Tsylinskyi’s symptom in formation of permanent occlusionу.Plates by L.J Boume and A.M.Schwarz.

Faculty - dentistry, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 2.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: The understanding of dental-jaw system and its adaptation for future function is the base of orthodontic and required deeper analysis.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

To teach the students about formation stages of dentognathic Apparatus, formation periods of occlusion heights, Importants of Tsylinskyi’s syndrome in formation of permanent occlusion. To know how to prescribe treatment complex and prevention measures (=3).



ІІІ. TO KNOW:

  1. Methodic of patient examination

  2. Anatomical structure peculiarities of oral cavity organs

  3. Physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavity

  4. Classification of dentognathic anomalies and deformations




ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

-conduct examination of the patient

-recognize different groups of teeth

-recognize organs of oral cavity

-determine functions of oral cavity

-conduct examination of orthodontic patient;

-put the final diagnosis




У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK :

а) To be ready for next lesson on the theme: Control of content module № 1.


VI. TEST QUESTIONS:

1. Formation periods of bite heights.



  1. Celinsky’s syndrome in formation of permanent occlusion .

3. Plates by L.J Boume and A.M.Schwarz .

4. Primary teeth byte:

а) formation periods (from 6 months to 2-2,5 years)

b) stabilization period (from 2,5 years to 4 years)

c) senescence period (from 4 to 6 years).

2. Temporary teeth eruption terms.

3. Transitional dentition:

а) Period І;

b) Period ІІ .

4. Permanent occlusion period:

а) Period І – 14-17 years;

b) Period ІІ – 18-25 years;

c) Period ІІІ from 26 years.

5. The stages of physiological elevation of occlusion height.



УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSEROOM :

On the lesson students should be able to examine of patient, under teachers supervision, to put final diagnosis, to conduct anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic, to get of jaw impresses, if necessary, fill out medical documentation.




УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS:

  1. Formation periods of bite heights.

  2. Tcelinsky’s syndrome in formation of permanent occlusion.

3. Plates by L.J Boume and A.M.Schwarz.


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list)


Educational: а) main: 1, 5, b) additional: 13,15,22,30

Prepared by: as.Petruniv V.B.

Translated by: as.Grygoriv R.B.

Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.


Head of children dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M
МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson № 1

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 1

Structure peculiarities of dental-jaw system in different ages

THEME: The norm in orthodontic. Orthognatic byte, its characteristic. Occlusion keys by Engle and Andrews. Physiological and pathological types of bytes.
Faculty-dental, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 2.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: The understanding of dental-jaw system and its adaptation for future function is the base of orthodontic and required deeper analysis .

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON:

To let the students know about development peculiarities of mastication muscles in children, peculiarities in different ages. To learn characteristic of primary, transitional and permanent occlusion .



ІІІ. TO KNOW:

  1. ethodic of patient examination

  2. Structure peculiarities oral cavity organs

  3. Physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavityclassification of dental-jaw system anomalies and deformations

ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

  1. Conduct examination of the patient

  2. know different group of teeth

  3. know organs of oral cavity

  4. define functions of oral cavity

  5. examine orthodontic patient;

put final diagnosis.

У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK :

а) To be ready for next lesson on the theme: Formation periods of byte heights. The importants of Cylinski’s symptom in formation of permanent byte. Plates by L.J Boume and A.M.Schwarz


VI TEST QUESTIONS :
1. The norm in orthodontic.

2. Orthognatic byte.

3. Characteristic of orthognatic byte.

4. Occlusion key by Engle.

5. Occlusion keys by Andrews.

6. Physiological types of bite.

а) Orthognatic bite.

b) Orthogenic bite.

c) Biprognatia.

d) Opistognatia.

7. Pathological types of bite.

а) distal bite.

b) mesial bite.

c) deep bite.

d) open bite.

e) cross bite.



УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSROOM:

During the lesson student should examine of patient(under teachers supervision), to get jaws impressions if necessary, to put diagnosis, suggest treatment method, fill out medical documentation.


УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS:
1. The norm in orthodontic.

2. Orthognatic byte.

3. Characteristic of orthognatic byte.

4. Occlusion key by Engle.

5. Occlusion keys by Andrews.

6. Physiological types of bite.

а) Orthognatic bite.

b) Orthogenic bite.

c) Biprognatia.

d) Opistognatia.

7. Pathological types of bite.

а) distal bite.

b) mesial bite.

c) deep bite.

d) open bite.

e) cross bite.
ІХ. LITERATURE (see list)

Educational: а) main: 1, 5, b) additional: 13,15,22,30

Prepared by: as. Petruniv V.B. Translated by: as. Grygoriv R.B.

Methodical recommendation discussed and developed on the meeting of department from _______2011year. Protocol №_______.

Head of childrens dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M.

МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson №5

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 1

Structure peculiarities of dental-jaw system in different ages

THEME: Control of content module №1.

Faculty - dentistry, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 2.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: The understanding of dental-jaw system and its adaptation for future function is the base of orthodontic and required deeper analysis.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

To teach the students about formation stages of dentognathic Apparatus, formation periods of occlusion heights, norm notion in orthodontics, to learn physiological and pathological types of bite.

To know how to prescribe treatment complex and prevention measures (=3).

ІІІ. TO KNOW:


  1. Examination methodic of patient

  2. Anatomical structure peculiarities of oral cavity organs

  3. Physiological and functional peculiarities oral cavity

  4. Classification of dentognathic anomalies and deformations

ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

-conduct examination of the patient

-recognize different groups of teeth

-recognize organs of oral cavity


-determine functions of oral cavity

-conduct examination of orthodontic patient;

-put the final diagnosis

У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK :

а) To be ready for next lesson on the theme: Clinical methods examination of children with dentognathic anomalies and deformations.


VI. TEST QUESTIONS:

1. Periods of child development:

2. Formation periods of dentognathic apparatus by Khoroshilkina.

3. Face formation.

4. Formation of salivary glands.

5. Formation of tonsil apparatus.

6. Craniofacial bones.

7. Alveolar appendix.

8. formation stages of primary and permanent teeth.

9. Anatomic – physiological peculiarities of oral cavity in newborn.

10. Anatomic–physiological peculiarities oftemporomandibular joint in newborn.

11. Development peculiarities of mastication muscles in children;

а) functions of mastication muscles;

b) functions of expression muscles;

c) functions of tongue muscles;

12. Characteristic of primary occlusion;

13. Terms of teeth eruption;

14. І period of primary teeth occlusion;

15. ІІ period of primary teeth occlusion;

16. ІІІ period of primary teeth occlusion;

17. The 1st physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

18. Characteristic of transitional dentition;

19. The 2nd physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

20. The 3rd physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

21. The norm notion in orthodontics.

22. Orthognathic bite.

23. Characteristic of Orthognathic bite .

24. Occlusion keys by Engle.

25. Occlusion keys by Andrews.

26. Physiological types of bite.

а) Orthognathic bite.

b) Orthogenic bite.

c) Biprognatic.

c) Opisthognathic.

27. Pathological types of bite.

а) distal(prognathic) bite.

b) mesial(progenic) bite.

c) deep bite.

d) open bite.

e) cross bite.

28. Formation periods of occlusion heights.

29. Importants of Tsylinskyi’s symptom.


УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSEROOM :

On the lesson students should be able to examine of patient, under teachers supervision, to put final diagnosis, to conduct anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic, to get of jaw impresses, if necessary, fill out medical documentation.

УІІІ. SELF- CHECKING QUESTIONS:

1. Periods of child development:

2. Formation periods of denthognatic system by Khoroshylkina.

3. Development of facial bones, oral cavity.

4. Development of salivary glands.

5. Formation of tonsil system.

6. Craniofacial bones.

7. Alveolar bone.

8. Development stages of primary and permanent teeth.

9. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of oral cavity in newborn.

10. Anatomic-physiological peculiarities of temporomandibular joint in newborn.

11. Development peculiarities of mastication muscles in children;

а) functions of mastication muscles;

b) functions of impression muscles;

c) function of tongue muscles;

12. Characteristic of primary teeth occlusion;

13. . Terms of teeth eruption;

14. І period of primary teeth occlusion;

15. ІІ period of primary teeth occlusion;

16. ІІІ period of primary teeth occlusion;

17. The 1st physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

18. Characteristic of transitional dentition;

19. The 2nd physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

20. The 3rd physiological elevation of occlusion heights;

21. The norm notion in orthodontics.

22. Orthognathic bite.

23. Characteristic of Orthognathic bite .

24. Occlusion keys by Engle.

25. Occlusion keys by Andrews.

26. Physiological types of bite.

а) Orthognathic bite.

b) Orthogenic bite.

c) Biprognatic.

d) Opisthognathic.

27. Pathological types of bite.

а) distal(prognathic) bite.

b) mesial(progenic) bite.

c) deep bite.

d) open bite.

e) cross bite.

28. Formation periods of occlusion heights.

29. Importants of Tsylinskyi’s symptom.


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list)

Educational: а) main: 1, 5, b) additional: 13,15,22,30


Prepared by: as.Petruniv V.B.

. Translated by: as.Grygoriv R.B.

Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.

Head of children dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M




МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson №6-7

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dental-jaw disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 2

Examination methods of the patient with dentognathic anomalies and deformations.

THEME: “Clinical examination methods of children with dentognathic and facial anomalies an.d deformations”.

Faculty - dentistry, course – ІІІ, semester -6, hours – 4.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: Successful treatment of patients with dentognathic and facial anomalies and deformations depends on correct examination.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

1.To acquaint examination methodic of orthodontic patient (=3);

2.To put a correct diagnosis and prescribe the plan of following examination (=3).
ІІІ. TO KNOW:

-anatomical peculiarities of oral cavity organs structure

-physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavity

-classification of dentognathic system anomalies and deformations

-methodic of orthodontic patient examination



ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

-recognize different groups of teeth;

-recognize organs of oral cavity;

-determine function of oral cavity;

-conduct examination of orthodontic patient;

-put final diagnosis.


У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK :

а) To be ready for next lesson on the theme: “ Anthropometric methods of orthodontic patients examination.



УІ. TEST QUESTIONS:

1.Methods of orthodontic patient examination;

2.Methodic of subjective examination;

а) patients compliance ;

b) condition of a women during pregnancy;

c) the course of delivery;

d)heredity diseases.

3. Genealogy;

4. Types of newborn feeding.

5. Estimation of teeth eruption.

6. Bad habits.

7. Methodic of objective examination;

8. Face feature configuration;

9. Chewing type;

10. Movements indication of lower jaw;

11. Clinical tests by Ilyina-Markosyian;

12. Clinical tests by Ashlar;

13. Indication of speech function disorders;

14. Clinical examination of MMOC state.

15. Indication of teeth state.

16. Parts of provisional diagnosis.

17. Filling out case history.



УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSEROOM :

On the lesson students should be able to examine of patient, under teachers supervision, to put final diagnosis, to conduct anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic, to get of jaw impresses, if necessary, fill out medical documentation.


УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS:

1.Methods of orthodontic patient examination;

2.Methodic of subjective examination;

а) patients compliance;

b) condition of a women during pregnancy;

c) the course of delivery;

d) heredity diseases.

3. Types of newborn feeding .

4. Estimation of teeth eruption .

5. Clinical tests by Ashlar ;

6. Clinical examination of tissues and mucus membrane of oral cavity(MMOC).

7. Investigation of the interocclusial position of dental arches.

Prepared by: as.Petruniv V.B.

Translated by: as.Grygoriv R.B.

Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.

Head of children dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M



МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson №8-9

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dentognatic disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 2
Examination methods of patients with dentognatic anomalies and deformations.
THEME: Anthropometric examination methods of orthodontic patients.

Faculty-dental, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 4.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: Examination of orthodontic patients with special diagnostic methods gives possibility of learning difficult dentognathic deformations, to prepare treatment plan, estimate the treatment results.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

1. To acquaint methodic of anthropometric examination of jaw models. (=3);

2. To be able to choose a correct method of additional examination for final diagnosis (=3).

3. To acquaint technic of constructing the Hawley-Herber-Herbst’s diagram (=3);


ІІІ. TO KNOW:

-anatomical peculiarities of oral cavity organs structure

-physiological and functional peculiarities of oral cavity

-classification of anomalies and deformations of dentognathic system

-examination methodic of orthodontic patient





ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

-differentiate different groups of teeth

-differentiate of oral cavity organs

-indicate functions of oral cavity
-conduct examination of orthodontic patient

-put final diagnosis




У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK:

а) To be ready for the next lesson on the theme: Methods of investigating of speech and respiratory functions



УІ. TEST QUESTIONS :

1.Peculiarities of anthropometric method of diagnostic models examination.

2.Methods of teeth width and dental arches examination.

3.Pone’s index:

а) points for indication of Pont’s index on upper premolars;

b) points for indication of Pont’s index on upper molars;

c) points for indication of Pont’s index on lower premolars ;

d) points for indication of Pont’s index on lower molars ;

e) formula for indication of Pont’s index on premolars;

f) formula for indication of Pont’s index on molars;

g) results assessment

4. Korkhaus’s index.

а) methodic of indication;

b) results assessment;

5. Tone’s index;

6. Malygina’s index;

7. Dolhopolova’s index;

8.Measuring methodic of diagnostic models by Snagina.


УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSROOM :

On the lesson students should be able to examine of patient, under teachers supervision, to put final diagnosis, to conduct anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic, to get of jaw impresses, if necessary, fill out medical documentation.





УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS :

1. Peculiarities of anthropometric method of diagnostic models examination .

2. Methods of teeth width and dental arches examination.

3. Pont’s index:

а) points for indication of Pont’s index on upper premolars;

b) points for indication of Pont’s index on upper molars;

c) points for indication of Pont’s index on lower premolars;

d) points for indication of Pont’s index on lower molars;

e) formula for indication of Pont’s index on premolars;

f) formula for indication of Pont’s index on molars;

є) results assessment.

4. Korkhause’s index.

а) methodic of indication;

б) results assessment;

5. Tone’s index;

6. Malygina’s index;

7. Dolhopolova’s index;

8. Measuring methodic of diagnostic models by Snagina .


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list):

Educational: а) main: 3, 4, 9

b) additional: 12, 32, 33, 37

Prepared by: as. Petruniv V.B.

Translated by: as. Grygoriv R.B.
Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.

Head of children dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M




МЕТODICAL RECOMMENDATION

For students for practical lesson №10

in «Orthodontics. The diagnostic of dentognathic disorders and deformation»

based on the credit-module educational system.

Content module 2
Methods of examining patients with dentognathic anomalies and deformations.
THEME: Methods of investigating the speech and respiratory functions.

Faculty – dental, course – ІІІ, semester - 6, hours – 2.
І. THEME ACTUALITY: Investigation methods of speech and respiratory functions are using to prove of diagnosis, indication of prognosis and treatment plan of dentognathic anomalies and deformations.

ІІ. EDUCATIONAL PURPUSES OF THE LESSON :

  1. To acquaint examination methodic of speech function;

  2. To acquaint examination methodic of respiratory function.

ІІІ. TO KNOW:

-morphological structure of dentognathic system organs;

-main methods of rentgenologic investigations;

- main methods of rentgenologic examination of orthodontic patients.



ІУ. TO BE ABLE TO:

-differentiate bone formations of dentognathic system;

-understand rentgonogram;

.

У. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SELF-STUDDY WORK :

а) To be ready for next lesson on the theme: Investigation methods of mastication and swallowing functions.
УІ. TEST QUESTIONS :


  1. Methodic of phonography conducting.

  2. Methodic of straight palatography conducting.

  3. Methodic of not straight palatography conducting .

  4. Indication of swallowing function state.

  5. Infantile type of swallowing.

  6. Somatic type of swallowing.

  7. “Thimble” symptom.

  8. Conducting of state and place of tongue.

  9. Functional test by Frankel.

  10. Linguodynamometry.

  11. Investigation of respiratory function.

  12. Stange’s test.

  13. Gench’s test.

  14. Spirometry.

  15. Spirography.



УІІ. STUDENTS SELF-WORK IN CLASSROOM :

On the lesson students examining of patients, conducting anthropometric diagnostic and differential diagnostic, they have to put a final diagnosis.



УІІІ. SELF-CHECKING QUESTIONS :

  1. Methodic of phonography conducting.

  2. Methodic of straight palatography conducting.

  3. Indication of swallowing function state.

  4. Infantile type of swallowing.

  5. Somatic type of swallowing.

  6. “Thimble” symptom.

  7. Conducting of state and place of tongue.

  8. Functional test by Frankel.

  9. Linguodynamometry.

  10. Investigation of respiratory function.

  11. Stange’s test.

  12. Gench’s test.

  13. Spirometry.

  14. Spirography.


ІХ. LITERATURE (see list):

Educational: а) main:

b) additional:
Prepared by: as.Petruniv V.B.

Translated by: as.Grygoriv R.B.


Methodical recommendation discussed and approved on the meeting of department from_______2011 year Protocol №_______.

Head of children dentistry department d.d.s., prof. Melnychuk G.M



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