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Product NameOral Hard Tissue Diseases: A Reference Manual for Radiographic Diagnosis
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Short DescriptionHeight:11.26 inches / Length:0.51 inches / Weight:1.35 pounds / Width:9.02 inches
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AuthorJ. Robert Newland
Page Count107
FeaturesUsed Book in Good Condition
Long DescriptionVisually-cued with over 130 high quality radiographs. Presents radiographic features of intraosseous lesions discovered on dental radiographs in a format the busy dental practitioner will find useful. Includes recommendations for treatment and follow-up.
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