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    Post by Yota V on Tue Oct 21, 2008 8:42 pm



    Color Atlas of Clinical Oral Pathology
    By Brad W. Neville; Douglas D. Damm; Dean K. White




    • Publisher: BC Decker Inc.
    • Number Of Pages: 488
    • Publication Date: 1999-01-15
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 1550091964
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9781550091960
    • Binding: Hardcover



    Product Description:

    Color Atlas of Clinical Oral Pathology presents a wide variety of
    diseases, that may affect the oral cavity and perioral region. Although
    more emphasis is given to the commonly occurring disorder, the atlas is
    comprehensive in scope. It includes developmental disturbances of the
    oral cavity, teeth, infections, diseases and tumor of the bone. The
    atlas is organized by origin of the lesion and not by clinical
    appearance. The classical approach to teaching pathology, and oral
    pathology, aids the practitioner in accurate diagnosis and provides a
    valuable board prep resource for the student.




    Summary: Mediocre atlas. I've seen much better.
    Rating: 2

    I hate to say it, but unfortunately I was very unimpressed with this
    book. One good feature is the informative and concise descriptions of
    all the pathologies. These are useful.

    However, the printing quality is very poor & the image quality is
    also bad especially for radiographs. It is really too bad that the
    pictures are so poor. I wouldn't recommend buying this book. I also own
    the Lexi Comp hard and soft tissue atlases and find them to be much
    more useful.


    Summary: It's Da Bomb Baby
    Rating: 5

    This is the only text I use for path anymore. Keep the others around
    for reference, but this is your main source. Lots of good prescriptions
    in the back. Great organization. Cuts out alot of the padding found in
    other texts. Don't be fooled by the slim profile, its jam packed with
    good and USEFUL info.


    Summary: Excellent review and reference
    Rating: 5

    This atlas provides clear color photos highlighting the classic
    presentations of pathological lesions in and around the oral cavity.
    The text descriptions are a bit brief in some cases, but references are
    provided for further reading. I find it to be an excellent review and
    reference.

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