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Tyldesley's Oral Medicine (Oxford Medical Publications) Paperback – 5 Jun 2003
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This new edition offers a major update and extension of the previous, with improvements in layout, while retaining the clear, readable and very user-friendly style... case studies are an innovation... This book will appeal to a wide specialist and general dental readership, as well as remaining an excellent companion to undergraduate studies. It offers good value for money. (Dental Update)
The format of the book is excellent... the colour photographs and radiographic images are superb. Excellent examples of numerous presenting conditions are included with great clarity... For dental students searching for a book that will assist in gathering information to pass their final written exams and also help in the clinical environment in general practice, I can certainly thoroughly recommend this publication. However, the usefulness of this book is then just beginning - in my opinion Tyldesley's Oral Medicine would be a useful addition to every general dental practice. (Dental Practice)
The authors and Oxford Medical Publications are to be congratulated on the 5th edition of Tyldesley's Oral Medicine. This 5th edition has significantly changed and improved upon the previous edition... the text is well written, well illustrated, and well laid out, and the 5th edition represents a significant improvement on what has already become a popular and standard oral medicine text. (British Dental Journal, Vol 195, No 9)
The authors have produced a stimulating and thought-provoking text. (Primary Dental Care)
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Probably best to go for Cawson's essentials of oral med/path, although that is by no means always clear or comprehensive (but a great deal better than this book).
Oxford dental texts are usually good (and indeed the Oxford Oral pathology is very good) - this is not.