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Oral Pathology: Clinical Pathologic Correlations
By Joseph A. Regezi DDS MS, James J. Sciubba DMD PhD and Richard C. K. Jordan DDS MSc PhD FRCD(C) FRCPATH
4.6 out of 5 stars (10 Reviews)
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Publisher:  Saunders
Edition:  4th
Published:  December 19, 2002
Binding:  Hardcover
Pages:  544
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Full color for the first time! Thoroughly revised and updated to reflect new advances in knowledge, this popular resource presents a practical approach to over 350 diseases of the oral mucosa, and jaws. It offers detailed guidance on etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, histopathology, differential diagnosis, and treatment, as well as discussions of molecular disease mechanisms, the etiology of oral cancer, and common skin diseases. A clinical overview outlines the clinical aspects of each disease discussed in the main body of the text, including its features, cause, significance, location, patient age, and radiographic appearance - making this book ideal as a quick chairside reference. Important pathologic concepts are illustrated with more than 920 high-quality clinical images, photomicrographs, and diagrams.
  • New contributors and a new main author bring years of credibility and experience in various fields of pathology and oral medicine to the book.
  • The Clinical Overview presents disease characteristics with full-color clinical photographs for rapid chairside identification of oral lesions.
  • Up-to-date references for further reading are presented in bibliographies at the end of each chapter direct readers to additional literature for more information on each topic.
  • Nearly every disease presented is illustrated with high-quality, full-color clinical photos, radiographs, and histopathological images.
  • Content outlines at the beginning of each chapter allow quick reference of specific topics.
  • Each chapter is consistently organized with a clinical orientation for easy reading, reference, and aid in differential diagnosis.
  • Organization according to clinical presentation rather than disease etiology makes it very practical for use in the clinical setting.
  • Correlations of clinical and radiographic findings with microscopy provide an in-depth understanding of oral diseases.
  • Current concepts on disease etiology and treatment are emphasized.
  • Full-color images of nearly every disease discussed facilitate effective learning and easy identification of intraoral lesions.
  • An accompanying CD-ROM showcases an impressive electronic image collection, containing full-color photomicrographs, a 680-question test bank, and 30 illustrated case studies that feature clinical histories, photographs, and photomicrographs.
  • The Clinical Overview section has been reorganized for quick reference as a pictorial guide to lesions that patients often present with.
  • A brand-new chapter on Advanced Diagnostic Methods in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology provides current information on cutting-edge diagnostic methods.
  • Each chapter has been extensively revised, making this almost an entirely "new" text that reflects the most current concepts and methodology in oral and maxillofacial pathology.
With 6 expert contributors.
 
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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Nice but lots of writing, December 19, 2012
By Geoffrey R Clive
I got the hardcover edition. It was really cheap and it had writing in it. But it presents great information and I have enjoyed it so far.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Very well written, December 21, 2010
By O. Ogunsile
I will recommend the book, but i would have loved if the CD was more useful but its really not in my opinion. They need to make it downloadable online as well.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  book review, September 17, 2009
By Nurhayu Ab Rahman
An excellent book. A must for clinician's specializing in oral medicine and oral pathology. Most updated text and most imporatant..it make sense! and this helps me understand better.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Oral Path Review, December 21, 2008
By EP
Great general oral path book. CD that comes with is good to test your knowledge through case studies.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Excellent Clinical Reference, January 03, 2008
By Christie Williams
As a busy clinical otolaryngologist in Lutherville Maryland, who is called upon to render opinions on all manner of oral lesions, I am pleased to finally have a comprehensive reference to make my practice more precise and treatment rendered more effective. This book is very well illustrated and provides an in-depth yet telegraphic approach to the wide range of oral pathology that is encountered in the general clinical practice of ENT. I recommend this well referenced book to all of us in allopathic medicine, who are not extensively trained in benign oral lesions,but are in need of a cogent answer to the question "Hey Doc look at this and tell me what you think it is?". I now have a "go to" reference for this exact need. Mark Williams MD

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  excellent text, February 18, 1999
By yA customer
less comprehensive than Shafer's but it is more direct to the target and more actually clinically oriented. thanks to the authors

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