Oral Pathology for the Dental
Pathology for the Dental Hygienist is written to meet the specific
needs of dental hygiene students
Extraordinary illustrations provide the visual documentation needed
to identify and further understand the abnormalities in the oral
cavity and their effects.
Well-known and highly regarded, the Olga Ibsen and Joan Phelan team
brings credibility and expertise to this text.
Easy-to-read synopses of diseases and their characteristics appear
at the end of the chapters and allow the reader to review critical
information in an organized, concise format.
Focused presentation of material only covers issues that directly
affect the dental hygienist role in oral health, taking the
guesswork out of determining what facts are pertinent to the
practitioner's needs and making it the perfect text for DH oral
Vocabulary and definitions displayed at the beginning of each
chapter help the reader better comprehend the text and grasp the
meaning of various terms within the context of discussion.
Learning objectives present a guide to the expectations and what
will be learned in each chapter.
Review questions help readers evaluate their knowledge of chapter
materials, and answers located at the back of the book give
immediate feedback, making it easy to refer back for further study.
A full glossary provides easy access to the information they need
about a new term without having to search through the chapter in
which the term is located.
New to this Edition
A new student CD-ROM gives students the opportunity to work through
case studies from illustrations in the text.
All photomicrographs and line illustrations are in full color,
better enabling identification of cellular structure and key points
in the images.
References have been thoroughly updated to produce the most current
A for-sale image collection of CD-ROM for instructors enables them
to incorporate hard-to-find clinical photos into their lectures and
Evolve site with instructors' materials.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Preliminary Diagnosis of Oral Lesions 2.
Inflammation and Repair 3. Immunity 4. Infectious Diseases 5.
Developmental Disorders 6. Genetics 7. Neoplasia 8. Non-Neoplastic
Diseases of Bone 9. Oral Manifestations of Systematic Diseases 10.
Diseases Affecting the Temporomandibular Joint Glossary Answers to
Electronic Image Collection to Accompany Oral Pathology for the
Dental Hygienist, 4th Edition
Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, 2nd Edition
Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, 2nd Edition
Oral Pathology, 4th Edition : Clinical Pathologic Correlations
By Olga A. C. Ibsen, RDH, MS, Adjunct Professor, University of New
Haven, West Haven, CT; Formerly, Associate Professor of Clinical
Dentistry and Supervisor of Dental Radiology, Columbia University,
School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New York, NY; and Joan Anderson
Phelan, DDS, Chief, Dental Service, Department of Veterans Affairs
Medical Center, Northport, NY; Associate Professor, Department of
Oral Biology and Pathology, School of Dental Medicine, State
University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
This well-established, authoritative book
provides clear, concise and comprehensive coverage of the clinical
and pathological features of a wide range of oral diseases. It
discusses their causes and the underlying mechanisms, and describes
how changes in the structure and function of oral tissues relate to
clinical presentation. Now in its third edition, this textbook
includes a number of new illustrations in full color along with
numerous key points that summarize the most important aspects of a
subject. The content has been updated and covers recent advances in
the classification of oral diseases, in diagnosis and management,
and in molecular biology and current hypotheses of pathogenesis.
Univ. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. Comprehensive
text on the clinical and pathological features of oral diseases. For
students and general dentists. Includes color illustrations and a
new section on glandular odontogenic cysts. Although hardcover ISBN
is listed, only the softcover was published in this edition. DNLM: