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November 1947

Applied Anatomy of the Head and Neck.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1947;38(5):732. doi:10.1001/archopht.1947.00900010749015

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Abstract

This book is especially designed for students and practitioners of dentistry, to relate the anatomy of the head and neck to the various fields of dental work. The anatomic details described are confined to features of most practical significance in diagnosis and treatment in the aforementioned specialty. References to specific cases and applications are interwoven and add greatly to the value of the treatise.

In keeping with the original purpose, the text of the revised edition contains new chapters on the development of the head and neck, the paranasal sinuses, the anatomy of oral infections, and other subjects. The chapters on surface anatomy, interpretation of anatomic landmarks in the roentgenogram of the skull, musculature of the face and jaws and anatomic considerations in maxillofacial war injuries have been enlarged.

The drawings and photographs, some in color, are well reproduced.

The treatise contains material of some value to the ophthalmologist, who

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