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Histology of the Periodontium by Max A. Listgarten, DDS PDF Print E-mail
Written by pinoydental   
Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Histology of the Periodontium by Max A. Listgarten, DDS
This online course is devoted to the histology and microscopic anatomy of the periodontium. The author of this web-based course is Max A. Listgarten, who is Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania and Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the University of California in San Francisco. Heiko Spallek (University of Pittsburgh) accounts for the technical implementation of the course. A German translation of the original Englisch version was provided by James Deschner (The Ohio State University).


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University of PennsylvaniaTemple University, The Ohio State University und University of Pittsburgh 

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Max A. Listgarten
Deutsche ÜbersetzungJames Deschner
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  • This course is designed to serve as a refresher course on the histology of the periodontium for students and graduate dentists that have already attended a formal course.  It may also serve as an introduction to periodontal histology to professionals with a non-dental background, but with some knowledge of biology.
  • The topics are divided into 4 major parts, one for each of the periodontal tisues, namely gingiva, periodontal ligament, cementum and alveolar bone.  The course assume a prior knowledge of basic histology of various tissue types, such as mineralized and non-mineralized connective tissues and  epithelium.  At the end of certain sections, a short quiz will test your understanding of that section.
  • Some references are provided for additional detail.  These have been chosen to emphasize textbook chapters or reviews, rather than original research reports.
  • At the end of this course, you should be able to describe the main structural characteristics of the periodontal tissues and their relevance to normal masticatory function.

        Now meet your faculty:     Max A. Listgarten, DDS


source: http://www.dental.pitt.edu/informatics/periohistology/en/gutoc.htm


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