Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 1
Larry J. Peterson
Lippincott, 1992 - Medical - 2051 pages
Intended as a definitive reference/atlas for practising oral surgeons and for students, this book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the field. It gives a detailed review of the diagnosis and treatment of contemporary oral and maxillofacial surgery, from simple procedures to complex operations, as well as an introduction to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and deformities in the expanded scope of the speciality. Investigative material and practical knowledge are fully integrated, and both established and new procedures and techniques are included. Bibliogrpahies in each topic are extensive and current, and provide a starting point for searches in the literature.
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