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Clinical cases in prosthodontics.


Clinical cases in prosthodontics.

Ed. by Leila Jahangiri et al.



258 pages



Clinical cases


Four prosthodontic teachers and researchers at New York University present 37 cases to help students and practitioners identify a few key elements that comprise the basis of the decision making criteria. Each case begins with a story of how the patient presents and the patient's chief complaint or issue, and includes a selection of figures and charts to support decision making, pertinent data including history and medications, and learning goals and objectives. Among the cases are combination syndrome, a fractured central incisor, full mouth rehabilitation with implant supported prostheses, and oral manifestations of methamphetamine abuse.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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