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- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- Format: Part-work (fascículo) | 672 pages
- Dimensions: 104mm x 182mm x 26mm | 340g
- Publication date: 20 March 2003
- Publication City/Country: Oxford
- ISBN 10: 0198510969
- ISBN 13: 9780198510963
- Illustrations note: numerous tables and line illustrations
- Sales rank: 289,275
The Oxford Handbook of Applied Dental Sciences covers the medical sciences for the preclinical dental student in a concise and easily accessible format. An international team of experts in dental education and research provide information on the applied basic sciences to ensure a sound understanding of why the medical sciences are relevant to clinical dental practice. Anatomy and development, pain and behavioural sciences, biochemistry, genomics, immunology, microbiology, pathology, and physiology are all covered. Emphasis is placed on advances in the sciences, the changed content of subjects, and the relevance to dental clinical practice, ensuring that this Handbook will provide all the information necessary for a comprehensive understanding of the subject.
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Crispian Scully is secretary of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and the International Academy of Oral Oncology; member of the International Committee of the American Academy for Oral Medicine and past-president of the European and British Associations of Oral Medicine. He is co-director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for oral health, disability and culture; a member of the MRC Cross Board Committee; a member of the NICE advisory subcommittee on CJD; and visiting professor at Helsinki University and the University of the West of England. He is involved in several journals, including as editor of Oral Oncology, co-editor of Oral Diseases and on the editorial boards of journals such as International Journal of Oncology, Acta-Oto-Laryngologica, Archives of Oral Biology, Continuing Professional Development in Dentistry and Oral Biosciences and Medicine.
The book provides a good, concise summary of many of the traditional preclinical topics. Dental Update This is a veritable mine of information in miniature format... an almost indispensable easy reference tome for students everywhere... An outstanding little book; its pocket size belies its usefulness and the mega-contents between its covers that will be really relevant to all. At this cover price it has to be a first-class value buy, essential for every practice library and easily the most concise reference source in these topics for any clinician. Dental Practice I highly recommend this book for undergraduate clinical dental students and for those who are working towards postgraduate examinations in particular MFDS and MSc Orth. I think they will find it invaluable. Journal of Orthodontics, Vol 31 (1) Although not exhaustive, overall this is a good reference book and especially useful in the pre-clinical years where the basic dental sciences are examined. This is not to say, however, that clinical students wouldn't find this book handy. On the contrary, it is a great way to fill holes in your basic science knowledge to complement clinical understanding. University of Wales College of Medicine Students Union Newsletter
Table of contents
PART I: DEVELOPMENT AND ANATOMY ; 1. Craniofacial development ; 2. General anatomy ; 3. Anatomy of the head and neck ; 4. Oral anatomy: the oral cavity, salivary glands, and the temporomandibular joint ; 5. The neck ; 6. Teeth ; 7. Odontogenesis ; 8. Tooth eruption ; PART II: PHYSIOLOGY ; 9. Cell physiology ; 10. Neurophysiology ; 11. Mastication ; 12. Salivary gland function ; 13. Swallowing ; 14. Digestion and absorption ; 15. Liver ; 16. Kidneys ; 17. Vitamins ; 18. Blood ; 19. Cardiovascular system ; 20. Respiratory system ; 21. Endocrine system ; 22. Bone ; 23. Wound healing ; PART III: BIOCHEMISTRY ; 24. Molecular architecture ; 25. Protein expression, analysis and proteomics ; 26. Metabolism ; 27. Cell signalling ; 28. Cells and tissues ; 29. Mineralized tissues ; 30. Teeth ; 31. The periodontal tissues ; 32. The temperomandibular joint ; 33. Saliva and the biochemical aspects of oral homeostasis ; 34. Dental plague ; PART IV: GENOMICS ; 35. Genomics ; 36. Human genetics ; 37. Craniofacial development ; 38. Palate development ; 39. Tooth development ; PART V: GENERAL IMMUNOLOGY ; 40. General immunology ; 41. Humoral and soluble mediators of the immune response ; 42. Cell-mediated immunity ; 43. Clinical immunology ; PART VI: PATHOLOGY ; 44. Cell and tissue damage ; 45. Hemodynamic disorders ; 46. Neoplasia ; 47. Genetic and developmental disorders ; 48. Nutritional diseases ; PART VII: MICROBIOLOGY ; 49. Bacteria ; 50. Bacteria and disease ; 51. Major bacteria and the diseases they can cause ; 52. Viruses and viral infections ; 53. Main viral infections ; 54. Fungi and fungal infection ; PART VIII: BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES AND PAIN ; 55. The dentist-patient relationship ; 56. Personality, mood and psychiatric disorders ; 57. Pain ; 58. Orofacial pain