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This is a helpful book for the dentist or physician who is not an expert in the interpretation of dental roentgenograms, but who desires to be able to read with reasonable accuracy the films of teeth that are now so frequently brought in by patients as aids in diagnosis. A brief outline is given of the anatomy and pathology involved in the roentgenograms of the teeth and jaws, together with the bearing of the abnormal findings on clinical diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. Some technical points as to the methods of making stereoscopic plates are taken up, and then follow several pages of illustrations showing normal and pathologic conditions. These illustrations are for the most part good and the descriptive legends clear and to the point. The book is well printed and fulfils the purpose stated in the preface of presenting to members of the medical and dental professions the data
Interpretation of Dental and Maxillary Roentgenograms. JAMA. 1918;71(7):594. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1918.02600330092031
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