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Interpreting Dental Radiographs - cover

Interpreting Dental Radiographs

Vivian E. Rushton, John Rout, Keith Horner

Publisher: Quintessence Publishing

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After clinical history-taking and examination, radiography is the "third way" of diagnosis, and dentists face the daily task of interpreting radiographic images to help in patient management. This book aims to give a comprehensive guide to reading x-ray images in dental practice and concentrates on intraoral radiographs. The text builds on a strong foundation of anatomical knowledge and is reinforced by the authors' experience of the radiological appearances that frequently challenge dentists.

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