Calculus or tumour?

Ortega, K. L.; Luiz, A. C.; Martins, F. M.
December 2008
British Dental Journal;12/13/2008, Vol. 205 Issue 11, p582
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented regarding a case of a patient with dental calculus mimicking an oral tumor.


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