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The author discusses the morbid processes of the more common oral lesions in an interesting manner and in a style that makes for easy reading. Much is compressed in two hundred and forty pages, and the value of the text is enhanced by the one hundred and sixty-five illustrations which clearly depict the subject matter under discussion.
There are in all nineteen chapters, dealing with the following topics: principles of inflammation, diseases of the hard structures of the teeth, diseases of the pulp, diseases of the periapical tissues, osteomyelitis, pyorrhea alveolaris, cysts of the jaw bones, other pathologic conditions of the jaw bones, tumors of the jaw bones, general histology and pathology of the oral soft tissues, pigmentation in the mouth, gingivitis and stomatitis, ulcers of the mouth, oral lesions of the soft tissue associated with blood dyscrasias, lesions of the oral soft tissue associated with endocrine dysfunction, lesions of
Pathology of the Oral Cavity. Arch Otolaryngol. 1942;35(3):511. doi:10.1001/archotol.1942.00670010514014
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