Color Atlas of Common Oral Diseases

Color Atlas of Common Oral Diseases

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Publication Date: 2009
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780781780971

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The Fourth Edition of the Color Atlas of Common Oral Diseases has been thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded with over 650 high-quality color photographs and radiographic illustrations of oral disease to help you recognize and identify oral diseases. It presents clinical and radiographic features of common diseases found in the oral cavity according to location, color, surface change, and radiographic appearance.
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--New! Learning objectives beginning each chapter focus your studies by setting forth what you'll know upon successful completion of the chapter.
--New! Color-coded sections with tabs organize information into logical sections and help you locate materials quickly.
--New! Highlighted key words draw your attention to important concepts.
--New! Case studies at the end of each section ask you to apply your knowledge to resolving clinical situations and prepare you for the National Board Examinations.
--NEW! Greatly expanded Glossary offers clear, simple definitions for key terms.
--NEW! New topics are covered including malocclusion, temporomandibular joint disorders, drug-related oral lesions, and dental resorption.
--NEW! Ancillaries are available - Instructors have access to a test generator, an image bank, disease facts for selected chapters, answers to case studies, PowerPoint slides, and the full text online. Students also have access to the full text online. All resources are available at http://thePoint.lww.com/Langlais4e.
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  1. Exceptional value for its high quality and content.
  2. Over 650 high quality color photographs and radiographic illustrations carefully selected to represent features of conditions or diseases. High quality line drawings accompany these illustrations to help clarify the photos and radiographs.
  3. Presented in an easy-to-navigate format. Each color plate consists of 8 illustrations per page so disorders closely related by appearance can be easily compared.
  4. Concise overviews, on the page facing the illustrations, emphasize the clinical description (signs and symptoms) of oral lesions. They also discuss the nature of various disease processes and other clinically relevant data (sex, age, race affected by the disorder). Also included is a brief discussion of cause, including specific gene defects and pathophysiological abnormalities, and treatment methods. This helps to integrate oral diagnosis, medicine, pathology and radiology.
  5. Classifies diseases and conditions by the clinical appearance or by specific anatomic location.
Jill S. Gehrig RDH, MA
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, Asheville, NC


Edition: 4
ISBN/ISSN: 9780781780971
Product Format: Softbound
Trim Size: 8.375 x 10.875
Pages: 288
Pub Date: 2009
Weight: 1.8

1. ANATOMIC LANDMARKS

LANDMARKS OF THE ORAL CAVITY
LANDMARKS OF THE TONGUE AND VARIANTS OF NORMAL
LANDMARKS OF THE PERIODONTIUM
OCCLUSION AND MALOCCLUSION
RADIOGRAPHIC LANDMARKS: MAXILLA
RADIOGRAPHIC LANDMARKS: MANDIBLE
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT

SECTION 1 CASES

2. DIAGNOSTIC AND DESCRIPTIVE TERMINOLOGY

DIAGNOSTIC AND DESCRIPTIVE TERMINOLOGY

SECTION 2 CASES

3. ORAL CONDITIONS AFFECTING INFANTS AND CHILDREN

ORAL CONDITIONS AFFECTING INFANTS AND CHILDREN

SECTION 3 CASES

4. DENTAL ANOMALIES

ALTERATIONS IN TOOTH MORPHOLOGY
ALTERATIONS IN TOOTH NUMBERS: HYPERDONTIA
ALTERATIONS IN TOOTH STRUCTURE AND COLOR
ALTERATIONS IN TOOTH COLOR
TOOTH ERUPTION AND ALTERATION IN TOOTH POSITION
ACQUIRED DEFECTS OF TEETH: NONCARIOUS LOSS OF TOOTH STRUCTURE
ALTERATION IN ROOT STRUCTURE

SECTION 4 CASES

5. DENTAL CARIES

DENTAL CARIES
DENTAL CARIES AND SEQUELAE

SECTION 5 CASES

6. RADIOLUCENT AND RADIOPAQUE LESIONS OF THE JAWS

RADIOLUCENT LESIONS OF THE JAWS: CYSTS
RADIOLUCENT LESIONS OF THE JAWS: TUMORS
RADIOPAQUE LESIONS OF THE JAWS: BONY LESIONS
RADIOPAQUE-RADIOLUCENT LESIONS OF THE JAWS

SECTION 6 CASES

7. DISORDERS OF GINGIVA AND PERIODONTIUM

PERIODONTAL DISEASES: PLAQUE, CALCULUS, AND REGRESSIVE CHANGES
GINGIVITIS
PERIODONTITIS
RADIOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF PERIODONTAL DISEASE
RADIOGRAPHIC ALTERATIONS OF PERIODONTAL LIGAMENT AND LAMINA DURA
LOCALIZED GINGIVAL LESIONS
GENERALIZED GINGIVAL ENLARGEMENTS
ENDOCRINE-ASSOCIATED GINGIVAL ENLARGEMENTS
SPONTANEOUS GINGIVAL BLEEDING

SECTION 7 CASES

8. ABNORMALITIES BY LOCATION

CONDITIONS PECULIAR TO THE TONGUE
CONDITIONS PECULIAR TO THE LIP
NODULES OF THE LIP
SWELLINGS OF THE LIP
SWELLINGS OF THE FLOOR OF THE MOUTH
SWELLINGS OF THE PALATE
SWELLINGS OF THE PALATE: SALIVARY GLAND LESIONS
SWELLINGS OF THE FACE
CONDITIONS PECULIAR TO THE FACE

SECTION 8 CASES

9. INTRAORAL FINDINGS BY COLOR CHANGES

WHITE LESIONS
TOBACCO-ASSOCIATED WHITE LESIONS
RED LESIONS
RED AND RED-WHITE LESIONS
PIGMENTED LESIONS

SECTION 9 CASES

10. INTRAORAL FINDINGS BY SURFACE CHANGE

NODULES
PAPULONODULES
VESICULOBULLOUS LESIONS
ULCERATIVE LESIONS

SECTION 10 CASES

11. ORAL MANIFESTATIONS OF SEXUAL CONDITIONS AND SYSTEMIC DRUG THERAPIES

SEXUALLY RELATED AND SEXUALLY TRANSMISSIBLE CONDITIONS
HIV INFECTION AND AIDS
ORAL EFFECTS OF DRUGS AND THERAPIES

SECTION 11 CASES

12. CLINICAL APPLICATIONS AND RESOURCES

Rx Abbreviations
Prescriptions and Therapeutic Protocols
Guide to Diagnosis and Management of Common Oral Lesions

Glossary

Index

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