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At the end of the course, the student should be able to know:
- the pathways and anatomical structures involved in the appetite,
- digestion with its oral, gastric and intestinal phases,
- the anatomy and physiology of motor functions relevant for the function of swallowing,
- right diet for different age,
- recognize the lesions of the oral cavity due to systemic diseases and deficiencies,
- eating behavior disorders
- the student must achieve a deep knowledge on anatomical structures and neuro-sensorial pathways involved in the regulation of appetite.
- the student must achieve a deep knowledge on anatomical structures and mechanisms involved in the oral, gastric and intestinal phases of digestion.
- the student must be able to describe and recognize the anatomical structures and neuro-muscolar reflexes involved in the swallowing function.
- the student must achieve a deep knowledge on the different energetic need depending on different age and activity, on right diet with special reference to mediterranean diet.
- the student must be able to recognize the lesions of the oral cavity occurring during systemic diseases and deficiency status.
Eating behavior disorders:
- the student must be able to recognize the clinical findings of bulimia and anorexia.
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Written examination with questions with multiple choice answers and free text.