Exploring Oral Pathology -A beginner's Guide

There are an abundance of obstacles for budding oral pathology residents to overcome, therefore this lecture will help by providing suggestions and techniques for acing the post-graduation journey. The primary

Objective of the discussion will be on

  • Histopathology Slide reading
  • Managing laboratory duties,
  • How to report cases
  • Grossing of tissue,
  • Case studies.

 

Highlights of the webinar 

  • Skills of reading journal
  • Glimpse of Research
  • Writing final Report
  • Art of Presentation
  • Strategies for generating Thesis
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This lecture will help by providing suggestions and techniques for acing the post-graduation journey.

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General Dentistry Oral Medicine and Pathology
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• Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Dental Webinars
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   Language: English

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