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This is a comprehensive coverage of oral pathology, easily the best in this field. It can be recommended without material reservation to both students and practitioners interested in and concerned with diseases of the mouth. The material presented by the author is inclusive without being unduly redundant. The longest chapters, about eighty pages each, deal respectively with modifications of growth and development, dental caries and tumors of the soft tissues. Each chapter is followed by a bibliography including liberal selection of pertinent articles from the literature, over two thousand in all; possibly there are too many, as there is little indication as to the relative value of the items cited. The illustrations are well selected from a wide range of material and add immeasurably to the value of the text. More than one third of these are reproduced from the work of other writers, but with their permission and due
Oral Pathology: A Histological, Roentgenological, and Clinical Study of the Diseases of the Teeth, Jaws, and Mouth. JAMA. 1941;117(25):2200. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820510088041
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