Oral Radiology Principles and Interpretation

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Radiation Physics; Radiation Biology; Health Physics; X-Ray Film, Screens and Grids; Projection Geometry; Processing X-Ray Film; Quality and Infection Control; Intraoral Radiographic Examinations; Normal Radiographic Anatomy ; Extraoral Radiographic Examinations; Panoramic Radiography; Specialized Radiographic Examinations; Selection Criteria; Principles of Radiographic Interpretation; Dental Caries; Periodontal Disease; Dental Anomalies ; Infections and Inflammations of the Jaws; Cysts of the Jaws ; Benign Tumors of the Jaws; Malignant Disease of the Jaws; Diseases of Bone Manifested in the Jaws; Systemic Diseases Manifested in the Jaws; Temporomandibular Joint; Paranasal Sinuses; Soft Tissue Calcifications; Trauma to Teeth and Facial Structures; Developmental Disturbances of the Face and Jaws; Salivary Gland Radiography; Implant Radiography.

Editorial Reviews

Book Info
Univ. of California, Los Angeles. Comprehensive text on the fundamental principles of X-rays and the application of radiation physics. For students. Previous edition: c1994. Abundant halftone illustrations. This edition standardizes the presentation of cardinal radiographic features of each condition. DNLM: Radiography, Dental.

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5 stars Recommended by the Medical Library Association., May 2, 1998

  Reviewer from Arlington Heights, IL

Recommended in "A Basic List of Recommended Books and Journals for Support of Clinical Dentistry in a Nondental Library" in Bulletin Of the Medical Library Association, July 1997.