Kerr, A. Ross; Phelan, Joan A.
September 2008
Burket's Oral Medicine, Diagnosis & Treatment;2008, p129
Book Chapter
Chapter 6 of the book "Burket's Oral Medicine" is presented. It presents an overview of the clinical features, diagnosis and management of localized nonmalignant growths and tumors of the oral cavity. It discusses the variety of lesions of miscellaneous etiologies which some of them lead to extensive tissue destruction and deformity, if left untreated. It highlights the essential of microscopic examination with the use of biopsy for the identification and management of lesions.


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