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The authors of this work have successfully endeavored to make plain the intricate anatomy of the head and neck. The puzzling phenomena of reflex pain in sound teeth due to remote lesions, is fully considered from the standpoint of the dentist; a chapter is devoted to the boundaries and triangles of the neck. Though written primarily for the dental student and practitioner it will be found a convenient book of reference for the physician. The plate illustrations are excellent and numerous. The mechanical workmanship of the volume is in every respect a credit to the publishers.
Regional Anatomy of the Head and Neck. A Text-Book for Students and Practitioners of Dentistry.. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(4):262. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480040048019
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