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Published August, 2012
By Tom Parker
Publisher: Port Campbell (Thomas Parker)

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Published February, 2011
By Jason Portnof, Timothy Leung and Jason E. Portnof
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (McGraw-Hill Medical)
NBDE Part II-style questions written by dental students who just took the exam

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Published February, 2006
By Rudolf Beer and Michael Baumann
Publisher: Thieme (TFL)

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Published September, 2009
By Jukka P Matinlinna and Kash L. Mittal
Publisher: VSP International Science Publishers

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Domine as tecnicas de exame por imagem, interprete radiografias e diagnostique pacientes com precisao com a nova edicao do livro-texto best-seller em radiologia oral! Voce aprendera a usar a tecnologia de imagem para reconhecer condicoes patologicas e interpretar imagens diagnosticas com precisao com as mais de 1.000 radiografias e ilustracoes de alta qualidade, que demonstram visualmente os principios basicos das radiografias oral e maxilofacial e suas aplicacoes. Conheca as novidades da nova edicao: Mais conteudo sobre Tomografia Computadorizada de Feixe Conico (TCFC), incluindo capitulos separados sobre aquisicao e preparacao de imagem; Um capitulo sobre anatomia na TCFC com mais informacoes sobre a anatomia normal de imagens transversias do maxilar e da mandibula e suas variacaos; Um capitulo sobre o segmento Forense delineia o papel de exames de imagens orais e maxilofaciais na identificacao de restos mortais humanos; Informacoes atualizadas sobre etiologia e diagnostico de doencas e condicoes patologicas da regiao orofacial; Ilustracoes atualizadas e agora, em cores. Uma grande gama de imagens diagnosticas incluindo tecnicas avancadas como IRM e TC.

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Published August, 2017
By V Rangarajan and T V Padmanabhan
Publisher: Elsevier (Elsevier India)

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Published May, 2017
By Chaminda Jayampath Seneviratne
Publisher: Productivity Press

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The early decades of the eighteenth century saw the appearance of a completely new type of surgical practitioner in France: the dentiste. The use of this title was of the utmost significance, indicating not just the making of a new practitioner but of an entirely new practice - the dentiste was, quite literally, making a name for himself. Appearing on the back of dramatic changes within surgery in general, the practice of the dentiste, although it focused only on the teeth, was nevertheless extensive. In addition to extractions, there was also a wide-ranging field of operations on offer, the performance of which had only been hinted at by the surgeon of the seventeenth century. This new sphere of practice represented a radical departure from what had gone before and, as this book reveals, it was all built solidly on sound surgical foundations, with the dentiste occupying a respected position within society in general and the medical world in particular. This book places the making of the dentiste within social, political and technical contexts, and in so doing re-contextualises the purely progressive stories told in conventional histories of dentistry. In doing so, it brings surgery back to its central role in this story, and reveals for the first time the origins of the dentise in the French surgical profession.

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The early decades of the eighteenth century saw the appearance of a completely new type of surgical practitioner in France: the dentiste. The use of this title was of the utmost significance, indicating not just the making of a new practitioner but of an entirely new practice - the dentiste was, quite literally, making a name for himself. Appearing on the back of dramatic changes within surgery in general, the practice of the dentiste, although it focused only on the teeth, was nevertheless extensive. In addition to extractions, there was also a wide-ranging field of operations on offer, the performance of which had only been hinted at by the surgeon of the seventeenth century. This new sphere of practice represented a radical departure from what had gone before and, as this book reveals, it was all built solidly on sound surgical foundations, with the dentiste occupying a respected position within society in general and the medical world in particular. This book places the making of the dentiste within social, political and technical contexts, and in so doing re-contextualises the purely progressive stories told in conventional histories of dentistry. In doing so, it brings surgery back to its central role in this story, and reveals for the first time the origins of the dentise in the French surgical profession.

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Published May, 2017
By Chaminda Jayampath Seneviratne
Publisher: Productivity Press

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