Oral Radiology: Principles and Interpretation

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Stuart C. White, M. J. Pharoah
Mosby, 2000 - Medical - 657 pages
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Fully revised and updated, ORAL RADIOLOGY: Principles and Interpretation continues as a well-illustrated, leading source of imaging information for dental students and professionals. Its strengths include a straightforward logical organization, over 1000 high-quality illustrations, specialized imaging techniques such as MRI and CT, and a comprehensive discussion of radiographic interpretation and pathologic conditions. Thirty chapters are organized into five sections , Physics of Radiation, Biological Effects of Radiation, Radiation Safety and Protection, Imaging Principles and Techniques, and Radiographic Interpretation of Pathology.

* Provides a logical and systematic approach to the interpretation of diagnostic images. * Covers disorders of the temporomandibular joint including radiographic abnormalities, soft tissue abnormalities, arthritic conditions, articular loose bodies, trauma, and tumors. * Covers digital radiology, digital subtraction, magnetic resonance imaging, and descriptions of tomography and computed tomography. * Reviews and illustrates the commonly used radiographic examinations (including tomography and CT) and their indications in implant presurgical treatment planning and postsurgical follow-up. * Features expert authors with worldwide recognition.

Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-568-5

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