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SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
ENDODONTICS

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ENDO 521 Introduction to Clinical Endodontics (4)
Lecture component covers the biology, pathology, diagnosis, treatment, and outcome of the dentin-pulp complex and pulpal-related periradicular pathology. Preclinical laboratory component covers endodontic treatment techniques on extracted and artificial teeth from different tooth groups as practice for clinical cases. Offered: Sp.

ENDO 534 P-Endodontic Clinical Procedures (1)
Lecture course dealing with clinical procedures particular to endodontics, diagnosis and treatment of endodontic emergencies, and surgical management of endodontic problems. Offered: A.

ENDO 535 P-Clinical Management of Endodontic Treatment Problems (1)
Management of a variety of technical problems frequently encountered in the treatment of endodontic cases and the diagnosis and treatment of impact injuries to teeth. Offered: W.

ENDO 545 Honors Endodontics (2, max. 4)
Seminar discussions of advanced endodontic diagnosis and treatment planning issues as well as clinical sessions on treatment of calcified negotiable canals, alternate instrumentation procedures and obturation systems. Credit/no-credit only.

ENDO 550 P-Directed Studies in Endodontics (*, max. 6)
See DPHS 449 for course description. Credit/no-credit only.

ENDO 560 Advanced Endodontic Diagnosis and Treatment (2)
Current concepts are presented and discussed relating to the diagnosis and treatment of pulpal and periapical pathosis. Criteria for evaluation of success or failure of root canal therapy are presented.

ENDO 561 Anatomical Basis for Clinical Endodontics (2)
Root canal anatomy of significance in clinical endodontics is discussed in a seminar format. Offered: S.

ENDO 562 Anatomical Bases for Surgical Endodontics (2)
Diagnosis and treatment of acute symptoms of dental origin, surgical endodontic therapy, traumatic dental injuries, and the relationship between periodontal and pulpal pathosis, including differential diagnosis and appropriate treatment planning.

ENDO 563 Radiographic Interpretation (2)
Various aspects of radiographic interpretation of particular relevance to endodontics, including interpretation of normal structures, acquired and developmental abnormalities, infections, sialoliths, dysplasias, cysts, malignant lesions, benign tumors, and various diseases other than tumors.

ENDO 566 Advanced Radiographic Interpretation (2)
Various aspects of radiographic interpretation of particular relevance to endodontics, including malignant lesions, benign tumors, various diseases other than tumors, soft-tissue calcifications, and radiographic technique.

ENDO 568 Endodontic Practice Management (1)
Essential elements for establishing and managing a successful specialty practice in Endodontics. Prerequisite: ENDO 562.

ENDO 580 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: S.

ENDO 581 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: A.

ENDO 582 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: W.

ENDO 583 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: Sp.

ENDO 584 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: S.

ENDO 585 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: A.

ENDO 586 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: W.

ENDO 587 Endodontic Seminar (2)
Ongoing weekly seminar devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Offered: Sp.

ENDO 590 Treatment Planning Seminar (2, max. 16)
Weekly seminar to discuss controversial treatment problems, difficult diagnostic cases, and presentation of endodontic treatment cases. Offered: AWSpS.

ENDO 593 Clinical Practice Teaching (1, max. 3)
Closely supervised experience in teaching clinical endodontics to the undergraduate dental student. Offered: SpS.

ENDO 594 Current Endodontic Literature (1)
A review and critical evaluation of the current literature relative to endodontics. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

ENDO 595 Endodontic Surgery (2)
Reviews biological and technical aspects of endodontic surgery with emphasis on both the classic and current scientific surgical literature. Lectures and topic seminar discussion along with surgical case presentations.

ENDO 597 Endodontics Teaching Seminar (2)
Weekly seminars devoted to an examination of general problems of teaching and learning and specific problems of endodontics teaching.

ENDO 598 Endodontics Teaching Seminar (2)
Weekly seminars devoted to an examination of general problems of teaching and learning and specific problems of endodontics teaching.

ENDO 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Adviser. Offered: AWSpS.

ENDO 630 P-Clinical Endodontics (1-, max. 7)
Student is required to complete endodontic treatment of anterior, premolar, and molar teeth. In addition to nonsurgical treatment of several endodontic cases, the student assists with a periapical surgery. Student must complete seven quarters of ENDO 630 and all course requirements before a grade is awarded. Offered: AWSpS.

ENDO 658 Endodontic Emergency Rotation (1)
Clinical experience in managing and treating patients in pain. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

ENDO 659 P-Endodontics Extended Learning (*, max. 4)
Supplemental work in endodontics to correct an area of student deficiency. Credit/no-credit only.

ENDO 660 Clinical Endodontics (4, max. 32)
Clinical diagnosis and treatment of pulpal pathosis and related sequelae. Offered: AWSpS.