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gmcsierra

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How much does one learn about the human body in general below the neck/head region in dental school?

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LestatZinnie

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at my school we have combined program with medicine for the first one half yrs, so we have to learn EVERYTHING :wow:

Right now I'm doing the most useless to dentistry- upper and lower limbs, but I just think of it as general knowledge that any 'doctor' should have, whether it's one who treats the eyes or teeth. Head and neck is next unit, so I'll be looking forward to that. After that it's immunology and pathology/pharmacology- no more anatomy!! Yay!!
 

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We also learned nearly everything with our curriculum. A sample of our first semester courses: Genetics, Skin/Breast, Dermatology, Mind and Cognition, Endocrinology, Hematology, OB/GYN, Urinary system, Neuroscience, Immunology, Cardiopulmonary, Gross Anatomy...
 
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