Medical problems in dentistry
This comprehensive text offers an authoritative account of general medicine as it applies to the practice of dentistry. Established as the standard reference on the relevance of medical conditions to dentistry, this book is essential for students learning for the first time or practitioners brushing up on their knowledge. In this 5th edition, the content has been completely updated and the appearance has been completely transformed, making it brighter and better than ever.
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Assessment of the Patient and Anaesthetic Considerations
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