DeRossi, Scott S.; Cohen, Debbie L.
September 2008
Burket's Oral Medicine, Diagnosis & Treatment;2008, p363
Book Chapter
Chapter 15 of the book "Burket's Oral Medicine" is presented. It examines the etiology and pathophysiology of renal disorders as well as considerations for the provision of dental care. It explores the biochemical disturbances, gastrointestinal and neurologic symptoms and the hematologic problems of uremic syndrome. Oral health considerations and management of chronic renal failure (CRF) are discussed.


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