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During the diagnosis of oral and maxillofacial diseases, clinical and radiological data play a
major role. In this region, only a good clinical diagnosis along with a radiological examination
may lead to a successful diagnosis. A successful diagnosis and evaluation of clinical
examination are generally up to a profound knowledge of the normal anatomy of the region.
Chapter 6 presents oral production tests. This chapter include contents as: Some difficulties in testing the speaking skills, reading aloud, conversational exchanges, using pictures for assessing oral production, the oral interview, some other techniques for oral examining,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Oral medicine and pathology at a glance" presentation of content: Examination of extraoral tissues, anatomical variants and developmental anomalies, blisters, pigmented lesions, red and purple lesions, ethnic pigmentation and tattoos,... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Oral medicine and pathology at a glance" presentation of content: Local causes, drug-induced ulcers, aphthae, neck swelling, salivary conditions, jaw bone conditions, maxillary sinus conditions, oral malodor, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and AIDS,...
He is perhaps able to decipher an English text with tolerable accuracy; he is more or less able to translate into classical English the conventional sentences which form the “exercises” contained in his “English Course”; the range of his vocabulary and the extent of his knowledge of classical grammar are such as have enabled him to gain sufficient marks to pass some examination. He may even have paid some attention to the “conversational” side, and have satisfied his teacher as to his capacities for giving oral answers to the set questions contained in his text-book.
Diễn tả một tơng lai thật gần.Chẳng hạn, I am taking an oral examination tomorrow morning (Sáng mai, tôi thi vấn đáp),Are you doing anything this afternoon? (Anh có làm gì chiều nay hay không?) Diễn tả một hành động lặp đi lặp lại theo thói quen.Chẳng hạn,She is always wearing her jumper the wrong way round (Cô ta luôn mặc áo len nhầm đằng Trước ra đằng sau),You are always getting the wrong number (Các anh luôn quay nhầm số điện thoại)....
This book was written with materials adapted from notes, lectures and clinical tutorials
accumulated over the entire ophthalmology residency. It would have been impossible
without the substantial contributions of many friends, colleagues, teachers and mentors.
My intent is to provide a broad-based review for the final year ophthalmology resident
taking the specialist ophthalmology exams, particularly for exams with a strong oral or
The idea of a book to help neurologists prepare for the oral part of the Neurology Board
Examination stemmed from numerous exchanges with colleagues on how they prepared
for this important exam. Nobody seemed to have the magic formula to maximize their
chances of passing and there were wide disparities of opinion on what they considered the
best preparation. Some recommendations were based on often inaccurate impressions,
others were the distorted product of their stressful experience while taking the test.
It is difficult to overstress the importance of a good history and thorough
clinical examination for every patient. On this the diagnosis is made and
the treatment plan based. A full, clearly written record of the original consultation
is essential to assess progress following treatment. Particularly
is this true if a colleague should be called to see the patient in the practitioner's
tioner's absenceT. he medicolegali mportanceo f accurater ecords cannot be
The Final FRCA examination has a daunting syllabus which is tested by a multiple
choice paper, by written short answer questions, and by two oral examinations, one
in clinical anaesthesia, and a second in applied basic clinical science. This book is
intended to give you some insight into how the clinical science viva works, along
with some general guidance as to how to improve your chances of passing. More
importantly it aims to provide you with a wide range of potential questions which
contain, nonetheless, a manageable amount of information....
Encourage participants to discuss the differences between the original phrase
and the fi nal one. Ask participants to examine how misunderstandings occur
through gossip and the spreading of rumors. Suggest a positive behavior or
action in order to deal with rumors (i.e. try to talk with the person who is
spreading the rumor; talk to friend about how you are feeling; if the rumor
involves someone else, discuss it with that person; keep yourself grounded by
remembering it is just a rumor and will probably fade from people’s memory
and become less important to people)....
This book is written for the general practitioner
in small animal practice. The aim is to supply all
the information required to be able to practice
good dentistry. There is a real opportunity, if not
an absolute need, to improve the practice of
dentistry and oral surgery in general practice.
While the discipline is taught in most veterinary
schools, the time restrictions of the basic
veterinary curriculum generally do not allow
adequate coverage. This book presents
comprehensive and detailed knowledge of how
to prevent, diagnose and treat common dental
diseases in the dog and cat.
Since the publication of the first edition of Forensic Dentistry in 1997 the
discipline of forensic odontology has experienced considerable growth. Like
all forensic specialties, forensic dentistry or forensic odontology has enjoyed
(some may say suffered) a great increase in public interest during this period.
Forensic dentists assist medical examiners, coroners, police, other law
enforcement agencies, and judicial officials to understand the significance
of dental evidence in a variety of criminal and civil case types.
The aim of this volume is threefold. It is intended, firstly, as a revision aid for students on Masters level degree courses in Radiation Science. These will already have received lectures at various levels of detail on most of the topics covered here. Experience has shown, however, that in preparing for examinations, especially oral examinations, students benefit from an opportunity to put details in the context of the whole. This I have tried to do by drawing attention to important connections that exist between topics treated in different chapters.
An obstetrician/gynecologist possesses specialized knowledge, skills, and
professional capability in the medical and surgical care of the female
reproductive system and associated disorders. To become certified by ABOG
requires four years of training, plus two years in clinical practice and
passage of both written and oral examinations before certification is
complete. Specialists in reproductive medicine usually undergo training in
obstetrics and gynecology, followed by training in reproductive
endocrinology and infertility, or in urology followed by training in
The purpose of this book is to present a basic yet comprehensive
treatment of assessment methods for use by health professions educators.
While there are many excellent textbooks in psychometric theory
and its application to large-scale standardized testing programs and
many educational measurement and assessment books designed for
elementary and secondary teachers and graduate students in education
and psychology, none of these books is entirely appropriate for
the specialized educational and assessment requirements of the health
Esthetics (also spelled aesthetics) is a subdiscipline
of value theory or axiology, which is a branch of philosophy
that studies sensory values, sometimes called
judgments of sentiment or taste. Esthetics is closely associated
with the philosophy of High Art. Esthetics
includes art as well as the very purpose behind it. Esthetics
as a branch of philosophy studies art, the methods of
evaluating art, and judgments of art. Art has existed
through all recorded human history. Art is unique to
human beings because of our innate ability to abstract.
This book brings together core text from the traditional
subject areas of oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology
and radiology to help readers to organise their
knowledge in a useful way to solve clinical problems.
We believe that this core text of knowledge is essential
reading for university final examination success and
will also be of help to graduates undertaking vocational
training, their trainers and those preparing for postgraduate
professional examinations such as MFDS.