PBio 406: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
Winter Term, 2002
Welcome to the Tooth Circulation Web Site!
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OTHER WEBSITE LINKS
Practice Questions/Answers (& date of last update)
Tooth Circulation Questions (2002 Feb 25)
Answers to Tooth Circulation Questions (2002 Feb 28)
Other Dental Circulation Web Site Links:
To be added
The text, Berne & Levy, does not cover Tooth Circulation
Questions/Comments Submitted by Students (with Responses)
To be added as questions are submitted
Other books: (for reference)
Ten Cate, AR. Oral Histology. 5th edition, 1998. Chapter 7, section on Vascular and Lymphatic Supply, pp 181-184.
Cohen, S and Burns, RC. Pathways of the Pulp. 8th edition. Chapter 11, section on Vascular Supply, pp 439-443.
Submitting Questions or Comments by E-mail:
To submit questions by e-mail, click on Prof. Brown's address. If your browser doesn't support sending e-mail, use your e-mail program to send you message to this address. Appreciative comments would be especially appreciated.
Prof. Brown (address: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Instructions for using this web site:
This on-line material is intended to supplement the instruction on Pain and Dental Pain, given as part of the course PBio 405 at the University of Washington, Seattle. It is viewed using a standard network browser, such as Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
One object of this course is to get you to think as you must when patient's welfare is in your keeping by
- applying what you have learned
- accessing other sources of information
- consulting with your colleagues
- reasoning, rather than simply memorizing facts
To get most benefit from this tutorial, do the following:
- In order to test your understanding, go to the Question section and select the questions corresponding to the topics you have reviewed. You can print out or write down the questions.
- Think about the questions. You will get most out of this material if you discuss the questions with your fellow students in small study groups of perhaps 3-6 students.
- When you or your group have composed your answers, feel free to send them to me by e-mail and I'll check your reasoning and reply.
If you have questions on using the Internet for this course, you can ask me directly or you can submit your questions by email to email@example.com. If you have comments that would make this web site more useful, please email them to the same address.
Created by AC Brown Last update: 2002 Feb 17