Evaluating Temporomandibular Injuries
This two-volume set gives you a complete, practical analysis of the Fourth Edition of the AMA Guides for rating TMJ injuries. You'll get a detailed examination of TMJ-OSGS system injuries from terminology and functional anatomy to etiology, injury classifications, diagnostic modalities. This set then gives you discussions on the application And The strengths and weaknesses of the evidence. Sample cases explain every aspect of the standards set by the AMA, and you'll also review alternative rating systems.
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Mechanisms of Injury to the Odontostomatognathic System
Health History and Its Significance
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