Saturday, January 12, 2013

Oral Pathology: Clinical Pathologic Correlations, 5th ed. 2007


Oral Pathology: Clinical Pathologic Correlations
Joseph A. Regezi, James J. Sciubba, and Richard C. K. Jordan
ISBN-10: 1416045708
ISBN-13: 978-1416045700





Covering pathology according to clinical appearance, this text makes it easy to quickly identify and diagnose oral disease presentations. New and improved photos have been added to this edition, along with cutting-edge information on disease etiology and treatment. Coverage of pain, xerostomia, dysgeusia, and halitosis is significantly expanded, and discussions of the molecular basis of cancers reflect the rapid advances in molecular medicine. An updated companion CD-ROM provides excellent preparation for clinical situations and for success on the NBDE.



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2 comments:

  1. Well to start off, I’m really quite sure that your bad breath isn't related to you quitting smoking going on a diet or any other “fad” reason. And it's also most likely not related to you having gastrointestinal problems (though it could be in very rare cases).

    Quick question, how long have you had bad breath? If you get bad breath most of the time it's a sure sign of bacterial imbalance. If you’ve had bad breath for over 3 months it shows bad breath has taken a firm foothold that will take more than a “special” mouth wash to get rid of.

    There's a lot of stuff out there that claims to cure bad breath but the ONLY thing I've found (I’ve spend $400+ trying to find it) that actually works is CHEAP, and readily available online.

    It's called OralTech Labs. I could explain more but suffice to say they do research which they publish as advice. You follow the advice which is not fun but it gets rid of bad breath and that’s what matters to me and probably you.
    Just google OralTech Labs and see how you go.
    Hope this helps you out. Justin Morrison, Salt Lake City.

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