The Mouth: Diagnosis and Treatment

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Mosby, 1998 - Medical - 304 pages
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THE MOUTH is a comprehensive reference with a team approach to diagnosis and treatment of diseases that appear in the oral region. Written from the perspective of a physician and a dentist, it emphasizes collaborative and concurrent care of patients. This book is a practical atlas guide that focuses on common oral diseases, providing histopathology, where appropriate, and treatment options. The first two chapters deal with normal oral anatomy and diagnosis of oral diseases. The bulk of the book emphasizes clinical recognition, both through the text and color illustrations. Finally, there is a separate chapter on Therapy of Oral Diseases.

* Offers practical information on dermatologic and systemic diseases that manifest themselves in the mouth. * Provides both diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases. * Presented in an atlas-style format with supporting text and more than 300 four-color illustrations! * Takes a practical approach, focusing only on the most common diseases. * Written by experienced authors, trained in dermatology, oral pathology, and dentistry.

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Normal Oral Anatomy
Diagnosis of Oral Diseases
Reactive Processes and Injuries

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