Synonyms for odontologic or Related words with odontologic

odontomatosis              ohaha              desmosterolosis              oculopharyngodistal              oochs              cardioskeletal              kuzniecky              acanthocytosis              greither              keutel              hyperexplexia              multiminicore              acanthocytic              neurocutaneous              hyperlysinemia              rickettesiae              darier              opsismodysplasia              acromelanosis              prader              kienbock              otopalatodigital              scleroatrophic              myoglobinuria              camfak              legius              hypermethioninemia              jeghers              progeria              rhizomelic              atransferrinemia              otodental              meige              cherubism              acromesomelic              sottas              hartnup              cadasil              phakomatosis              progressiva              moschowitz              acatalasemia              hypokeratosis              dysprothrombinemia              aceruloplasminemia              sclerosteosis              hypodontia              leucocytoclasic              panayiotopoulos              hydrolethalus             



Examples of "odontologic"
The Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy was founded in 1921 by the Odontologic faculty of the Kharkiv Medical Academy. In 1967, the academy moved to Poltava and was renamed the Poltava Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy (PUMSA). In 1994, it was granted the sixth highest accreditation level and the status of a Poltava State Medical University (PSMU), because of its low death rate during surgeries. As of 2004, PSMU had reached a confirmed level IV accreditation.
UMSA was founded in Ukraine 1921 as Poltava State Medical and Dental University by the Odontologic Faculty of the Kharkiv Medical Academy. In 1967, the academy moved to Poltava and was given its current name. In 1994, it was granted the sixth highest accreditation level in Ukraine, as well as the status of a Poltava State Medical University (PSMU), because of its low surgical death rate. As of 2004, PSMU had reached a confirmed level IV accreditation.