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December 30, 1911

Applied,Anatomy and Oral Surgery. For Dental Students.

JAMA. 1911;LVII(27):2163. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120353039

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Thistle work is written withwith a view to giving the dental student a limited knowledge of the anatomy and surgery of the head, face, jaws and surroundings parts. While it is concise and well written, its usefulness is lost from the fact that it does not cover all that is necessary for a clear understanding of the etiology, pathology and bacteriology so necessary in surgical procedure. Thus nothing is said in regard to the treatment of the mouth before and after operations for a successful issue. If the student is eventually to perform such operations, why should he not study the subject in a thorough manner from well-prepared surgical works? If he is not expected to perform such operations, why burden the student with unnecessary labor and expense? the t real niat of the mouth before aaoperations for a aaathe student is eventually to perform such operations, why should aastudy

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