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copertina di Oral Facial Disease - A Guide for the Dental Clinical Team

Oral Facial Disease - A Guide for the Dental Clinical Team

di Scully  • 2003  • dettagli prodotto

DESCRIZIONE

This is the first book in a new series to be published in association with Dental Update, a journal aimed at general dental practitioners which covers clinical issues. Orofacial Disease is a guide to what dental practitioners and their teams need to know about oral medicine. It is based on a series of articles which have already appeared in Dental Update and were highly praised. This is an area where the less serious conditions can be treated by the dentist, but where onward referral is often necessary, and where the dentist will often be providing "shared care" with a specialist. Orofacial Disease concentrates on the conditions which are likely to appear in general dental practice, alerts the dentist to where onward referral is needed, and will provide the dental team with valuable guidance on an area where they may be the first to pick up indications of serious systemic conditions. Professor Scully is an internationally known authority on oral medicine, and has a reputation for writing books which dentists want to read.Table of Contents: An overview of the management of patients with orofacial disorders. Common non-systemic causes of oral ulcers. Systemic causes of oral ulceration: haematological, gastrointestinal and dermatological. Systemic causes of oral ulceration: infections. White lesions of the oral mucosa. Coloured lesions of the oral mucosa. Lumps and swellings of the mouth. Complaints affecting particularly the lips and tongue. Complaints affecting particularly the palate or gingivae. Salivary complaints. Orofacial pain. Halitosis and disturbances of taste, orofacial movement or sensation. Cervical lymphadenopathy

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ISBN: 0443071845

Titolo: Oral Facial Disease - A Guide for the Dental Clinical Team

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Editore: Elsevier - Churchill Livingstone

Volume: Unico

Edizione: 2003

Lingua: Inglese

Finitura: Copertina flessibile

Misure: 21x27 cm

Pagine: 144

Peso: 0.7 kg