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This work is exactly what its title indicates. The picture is the thing! The text is held to a minimum and succinctness and clarity result.
The authors are dentists, and the work is pointed to the edification of our dental confreres. Otolaryngologists are privileged to sit quietly and observe—and what observation is available!
First are presented the basic histology and the embryology of the dental and other oral structures. Then follows a section on Developmental Disturbances— again primarily those of dental tissues with those of immediately related tissues and structures, and only enough of more remote ones to establish the dental structures as part of the organism economy.
Next comes Diseases of the Teeth and Supporting Structures, to be followed by a section on Diseases of the Oral Mucosa and Jaws. The Atlas is closed by the section on Neoplasms. The neoplasms chosen are those directly related to the
SELLERS LM. Color Atlas Of Oral Pathology. Second Edition. Arch Otolaryngol. 1962;75(3):281. doi:10.1001/archotol.1962.00740040289022
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