DENT 6106EX - Advanced Sleep Disorders & Anatomy of Sleep

External - Semester 1 - 2014

Students are able to explain the basic principles of the development of the head and neck pertinent to sleep science; explain the complex interaction of anatomy and neurophysiology in the control of structures of the nasal cavity, pharynx and larynx; and recognise the significance of principles of growth and development during childhood that can influence airway patency.

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