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Handbook of Oral Disease: Diagnosis and Management


Oral Symptoms and Signs Orofacial Pain with a Neurological or Vascular Background
Orofacial Complaints with a Significant Psychogenic Background Mucosal Disorders
Salivary Disorders Complaints Particularly Affecting Gingivae
Lip Complaints Palate Complaints
Tongue Complaints Diagnosis and Treatment

Editorial Reviews
From Book News, Inc.
This reference for all members of dental and medical teams covers the more common and important soft tissue orofacial disorders. Entries on specific conditions give clinically relevant information on etiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Entries are accompanied by color photos, some 350 in all. Scully is professor, dean, and director of Studies and Research at Eastman Dental Institute and Hospital for Oral Health Care Sciences, International Centers for Excellence in Dentistry, University of London, UK.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR

Journal of Clinical Orthodontics
A valuable aid...text is clear and well-written...high-quality color photographs and radiographs...strongly recommended.