General Surgery for BDS Students
Orient Blackswan, Jan 1, 2000 - 210 pages
This Book Presents Basic Information On Wounds, Infections, Hemorrhage And Tumours With Special Reference To The Head And Neck. It Is Written In A Simple And Straight-Forward Manner And Is Extensively Illustrated.
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Wounds and Wound Healing
Pyogenic Bacterial Infection
Tumours or Neoplasms
Ulcer and Gangrene
Sinuses and Fistulae
Injuries and Diseases of Bones and Joints
The Salivary Glands
Lymphatics and Lymph Nodes
The Neck and Tracheostomy
The Thyroid Gland
abdomen abscess adenoma affected antibiotics artery become biopsy blood body bone calcium called cartilage cause cent cervical cheek chronic Clinical diagnosis common cyst cystic deep dermoid disease duct edema edges enlarged epithelium examination excised facial nerve fascia finger fistula floor fluctuant fluid fracture gangrene goitre grafting granulation tissue heal hormones hyperthyroidism incision increased induration infection injury intestinal iodine kidney later layer lesion leucoplakia limb lipoma liver lymph nodes lymphatics malignant mandible medial midline mucosa muscles mylohyoid muscle nasal neck neoplasms nerve nodule normal obstruction occur opening oral cavity organs osteomyelitis pain palate palpable parotid patient pleomorphic adenoma posterior radiotherapy regional nodes removed respiratory salivary glands scar Sebaceous cysts secondary secretions side sinus sinuses skin spread squamous stage subcutaneous submandibular surface surgery surgical sutured swelling syphilis thyroglossal cyst thyroid tion tongue trachea tracheostomy transfusion Treatment tuberculosis tuberculous tumour ulcer upper urine vascular veins wall wound x-ray