Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , T S Miles and others published Clinical Oral Physiology. Timothy S Miles; Birgitte Nauntofte; Peter Svensson. Digital Library Federation, December Add tags for "Clinical oral physiology". Clinical Oral Physiology book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. To fill a gap in standard physiology textbooks, this volume .
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04_Peter computerescue.info ABSTRACT: Clinical oral physiology is a part of dentistry dealing with orofacial pain, Clinical oral physiology has existed at Aarhus. This textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the part of dentistry that links basic physiologic and pathophysiologic mechanisms to frequently. In Clinical Oral Physiology the editors, together with nine other authors, have assembled a novel selection of the aspects of basic science.
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Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. In Clinical Oral Physiology the editors, together with nine other authors, have assembled a novel selection of the aspects of basic science specific to dental practice and oral medicine. It should also be of value for undergraduate dental students, especially those following problem-based curricula, and for postgraduates in higher clinical training.
The 12 chapters cover saliva: The chapters are, reasonably, of unequal length with orofacial pain occupying 46 pages and swallowing only nine.
Interestingly, the chapter on taste and smell includes a discussion of oral malodour, and that on swallowing also addresses vomiting. The text is not encumbered with references, but a selection of further reading is provided at the end of each chapter — mainly of good review articles.
There is evidence of international authorship, but the text is clear. The level of detail is well-judged: One is always happy to discover unexpected new facts, and several of these were found, including the existence of pressure receptors in connection with implants!
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