Oral Histology: Development, Structure, and Function
Dental students receive the most up-to-date information about oral histology, physiology, embryology, and postnatal development from ORAL HISTOLOGY: Development, Structure, and Function. This leading text features in-depth explanations with over 870 illustrations for a clear understanding of histologic principles. For the first time, this text showcases 48 color photographs. Every chapter includes a "Questions and Controversies" box that addresses current trends and research. A list of hand-picked recommended readings, and updated illustrations and references are also provided. It's the text every dental student needs to build a solid foundation for clinical practice.
* Authoritative and up to date for the latest developments in oral histology. * Clearly written, consistent and well illustrated to facilitate learning. * Contributed by a renowned panel of histologists and oral biologists who bring years of clinical expertise and teaching skills to the textbook. * Thoroughly illustrated with high quality photographs and micrographs, and a 48-plate color section. NEW TO THIS EDITION: * 48 color plates cross referenced throughout the text provide brilliant reproduction and aid in recognition. * Reorganization of materials streamline the text and focus on the curriculum used in most dental schools. * New Questions and Controversies boxes provide insight on current research and trends, foster class discussion, and provide avenues for further research. * Hand picked Suggested Readings guide students to the most valuable references used throughout the text.
General Embryology 10 12 Development
Dentinogenesis 128 A R Ten Cate
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