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The authors state that they have treated the subject of the mouth in both its local and its interdependent relations, its primary and secondary lesions, and that while there is a scattered literature on the subject, this is the first time it has been treated in its entirety in a single volume. This is true so far as publications in English are concerned. The method of treatment is such that a better title or subtitle would have been: Etiology, symptomatology, relationship and pathology of the diseases of the mouth. Part I deals with general diseases; part II, with tumors. The best chapter is the one about giant cell tumors, and one of the weaker chapters is the one concerning pyorrhea. It would appear that the authors had not been able to suppress their own interests for the sake of a better balanced text. A bibliography of 505 titles is appended;
Pathology of the Mouth. JAMA. 1926;86(18):1388–1389. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670440062044
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