|Diagnosis and Treatment Planning II||841DIP2|
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|Learning Outcomes of the Curricular Unit:|
|Basic principles on gathering clinical information. Knowledge aquisition on the elaboration of the diagnosis. Considerations about concerning as to take decisions on the treatment. Organization the treatment plan. Presentation of examples about clinical cases of diagnosis and planning.General diagnosis and planning objectives.|
|- Planning treatment for patients with special needs.|
- Differential diagnosis of orafacial pain: endodontic, periodontic, surgical, osteoarticular, miologic and neurological perspective
- Presentation of examples of clinical cases of diagnosis and planning
|Demonstration of the Syllabus Coherence with the Curricular Unit's Objectives:|
|In the scope of the graduation in Dental Medicine, the education of diagnosis and treatment planning discipline over all aims at the attendance and the selection of patients in order to make possible to the students, individually, elaborate the diagnosis, plan of treatment and accompaniment of each patient in the treatment needs. It also aims at transmiting the knowledge of methods and alternative techniques of treatment integrating in the different areas of Dentistry, that make possible oral rehabilitation of a patient, in the perspective of the current Dental Medicine. Aditionaly students analysise real clinical cases orient the elaboration and the scientific presentation of an analyzed clinical case in the practical clinic.|
|Teaching Methodologies (Including Evaluation):|
|The evaluation of this curricular unit will be accomplished in accordance with the Pedagogical Regulation. The final evaluation will be entered by the theoretical evaluation (30%) and clinical practical evaluation (70%)|
|Demonstration of the Coherence between the Teaching Methodologies and the Learning Outcomes:|
|The evaluation of the theoretical component (30%) includes continuous evaluation and performance in the discution of clinical cases presented in theoretical lessons and the accomplishment of a written theoretical test (30%). The evaluation of the clinical practical component (70%) includes continuous, weekly clinical the evaluation (25%) and quantitative qualitative evaluation clinical cases observed by the students (5%) and the elaboration and a “power point” presentation of a clinical case analyzed by the pupil (40%). The students whom in the evaluation of the theoretical component of the discipline will have gotten an inferior classification the 10 values, will be acceped to final examinations, provided that they have fulfilled to the percentages of obligator frequency as stated by the Pedagogical Regulation.|
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6. Artigos Científicos, actuais credíveis, pesquisados pelos alunos, sob orientação dos docentes da disciplina.