This electronic publication includes a textbook and an accompanying image database of pathologies of the oral mucosa. The introductory chapters cover general knowledge of the oral mucosa. This is followed by chapters on individual diseases, including differential diagnostic notes. All patients whose anonymized images were included in the Atlas agreed with using the images for educational purposes. The chapters covering rare diseases were supplemented with photographs from book atlases to make the electronic image database of our atlas as complete as possible.
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Anatomical Dissection of the Head
..keywords: cranial regions, parotideomasseteric region, temporal region, occipitofrontal region, orbital region,.. ..keywords: orbital region, nasal region, oral region, oral cavity, nasal cavity, infratemporal fossa, cranial..
Research Activities in Dentistry – Practical Course
.. and for diagnosis of diseases (not only) of the oral cavity. Students will be tasked with the.. .. for diagnosis of diseases (not only) of the oral cavity. Students will be tasked with the detection of..
Research Activities in Dentistry
.. Genetic association studies and oral microbiome, Lipoxins and resolvins in the.. ..keywords: basic research, applied research, genetics, oral pathology, microbiome, odontogenesis, animal..
Procedures of Assisted Reproduction
.. embryos are usually transferred into the uterine cavity 3 to 5 days after oocyte retrieval. The..
Selected chapters from neurosurgery
.. typical finding of visual impairment of bitemporal hemianopsia. Symptomatic tumors are indicated.. .. the valve, which is inserted into the abdominal cavity, where the extra fluid is absorbed. The..