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The Oral Cavity: Portal to Health and Disease, Universidad de Pensilvania

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28 revisiones

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This course will focus on the interprofessional realtionship of dentistry and medicine. For each session, the medical specialist will present a broad overview of specific disease entity which will be followed by a dental educator discussing the relevant oral manifestations and implications. The final module of each session will be devoted to the interaction between the dental and other health care professionals....

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por GR

Feb 07, 2018

extremely well crafted course by the best faculty there is.\n\nlearned a lot from this course.\n\nthank you coursera and thank you University of Pennsylvania for this amazing and informative course.

por JP

Apr 22, 2018

As a dental professional, I found this to be an informative and well-organized course! I hope Coursera incorporates more dental-related courses for me to listen to.

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28 revisiones

por Hubba Ali

Apr 27, 2019

More courses about dentistry should be available

por Yukti Sharma

Apr 25, 2019

Really good course for students studying medicine and dentistry.

por Mohamed Bashir Adam Mohamed

Apr 02, 2019

Very useful course. will never feel sorry for time u spent on it

por Leticia Fernandez-Ranson

Mar 08, 2019

I've been practicing Dentistry for 30 years. With the increased correlation of Oral conditions with systemic disease this course was a great review.

por Andrea Huber

Feb 18, 2019

Excellent course!

por Ileana Michelle Morales Perez

Feb 06, 2019

muy completo

por Stacey Amanda Barr

Jan 30, 2019

Amazing Course! Thank you!

por Paddy Kalish

Jan 21, 2019

Excellent Course and top notch faculty

por Christmar Dayana Quintero Luna

Jan 16, 2019

Great course! It's more than i was expecting.

por Nerea Montmany

Dec 17, 2018

It is a great course for dental students who want to know how systemic diseases or conditions may affect in the Oral Cavity.