Normal physiology

The manual is written taking into account the specifics of professional training of future dentists. Considers the issues of structural-functional organization of the maxillofacial area, special problems of physiology of staatenloser, sensor systems oral analyzer and effector components dentoalveolar unit in the system and ontogenetic aspects.
Training manual on normal physiology for students of stomatological faculty is created for the first time. Existing textbooks on physiology for medical students focused on preparation of General practitioner. On this basis, it was decided to establish a government that would, on the one hand, a core addition to the existing academic literature, in detail, considering necessary the dentist questions of physiology, and on the other - would represent a holistic presentation of the range of specific problems.
Dental physiology is a private section of physiology, considering primarily the issues of participation of the maxillofacial area in the processes of digestion, protect the body against the damaging factors of the environment, formation of speech and aesthetic problems.
In the first Chapter of the peculiarities of the structure and function of tissues and organs of the maxillofacial area.
The second Chapter is written with reference to problems of studying of physiology future dentists.
The third Chapter gives problematic issues dental physiology, including the notions of the functional element of the body and functional system, peculiarities of purposeful activities of a person with the participation of oral cavity organs in age aspect.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Structural-functional organization of the maxillofacial area
Bone machine
Temporomandibular joint
Muscular system
Oral mucosa
Secretory oral cavity organs
The circulation of blood and lymph in the bodies of the maxillofacial region
Innervation of the bodies of the maxillofacial region
Chapter 2. Relevant questions dental physiology
Liquid internal environment of the body
Excitable tissue
Central regulation of physiological functions
The endocrine glands
Endogenous system of control and regulation of pain sensitivity
Purposeful behavior
Chapter 3. Problematic issues of dental physiology
Object physiological studies in dentistry
Methodological problems of study of physiological problems in dentistry
Functional element of the authority in dentistry
Understanding the functional element
Functional element of the authority of taste
      Functional element of the tooth
      Functional element of parodont
      Functional element of the salivary gland
Functional system in dentistry
      Understanding functional system
Functional system of formation of food lump
Functional system of formation of speech
System mechanisms of the protective function of the oral cavity
Chapter 4. Purposeful human activity with the participation of oral cavity organs in different age periods
Chapter 5. Informatics and physiological Cybernetics in dentistry
Application of computer technology in the dental physiology
Information medical systems
Automate the collection and analysis of clinical-physiological data
Modeling in dentistry
Automated training systems