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April 18, 1936

La pratique stomatologique

JAMA. 1936;106(16):1417. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770160075039

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This volume is the third of a nine volume set and deals with the surgical technic of the oral cavity. The other volumes are: I, Pathology of Mouth and Surrounding Tissue. II. Dental Pathology. IV. Operative Dentistry. V. Removable Prostheses. VI. Crowns and Bridges. VII. Orthodontia. VIII. Restorations and Prostheses of Maxilla and Face. IX. Radiography. Each volume is written by various men who are engaged in the practice of the various specialties enumerated and the illustrations and texts form a summary of their years of experience. The system is intended for both students and practitioners. The first part of this volume is given to the anatomy of the various regions of the head and neck. The second part is devoted to the operating room, including preparation of surgical material, sterilization, and preoperative and postoperative treatment. The third part is devoted to anesthesia, general, local and regional. The fourth deals

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