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This atlas presents about 250 clinical color photographs of clinical lesions of the oral cavity, each accompanied by a concise and meaningful synopsis of the pathologic condition depicted. The pictures are of outstanding quality, with good reproduction of color and excellent delineation of pathologic findings, and are reproduced on hard-finish, glossy paper, which adds to their value.
There is an extensive range of conditions presented, but the table of contents and the index permit the reader to readily find where the condition is described in the book.
The accompanying descriptions are for the most part pertinent; the brevity of the text prohibits extensive discussion. Some confusion might exist when the conditions "viral wart" and "condyloma acuminatum" are described separately; yet reading of the text indicates that the author believes them to be the same. It might have been well, likewise, to associate more closely "myelomatosis" and "amyloidosis" and indicate their
Perry HO. Atlas of Diseases of the Oral Mucosa. Arch Dermatol. 1973;108(2):292. doi:10.1001/archderm.1973.01620230078039