Soames' & Southam's Oral Pathology- 5th Edition

This classic textbook has been completely updated and modernised for today's clinical practice. It includes over 300 full-colour clinical and pathological illustrations. Focusing on common diseases, it addresses advances in diagnostic techniques and evidence-based management guidelines. This book integrates key aspects of oral medicine including the oral manifestations of systemic disease. It highlights key points throughout the chapters to focus learning and to aid understanding.
ISBN: 9780199697786
Delivery date: 3-5 days
£46.99


New to this Edition:

•Includes new chapters: 'Oral manifestations in systemic disease 'Skin diseases affecting the oro-facial region' and 'Neck lumps'


•Radiology and photomicrography have been updated and replaced

Products specifications
Publisher Oxford University Press
Author Max Robinson, Keith Hunter, Michael Pemberton, and Philip Sloan
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