September 1922
Journal of Dental Research;Sep1922, Vol. 4 Issue 3, preceding p39
Academic Journal
Information about a lecture given at a meeting sponsored by the Harriet Newell Lowell Society for Dental Research on oral tumors is presented. Topics include a definition of what tumors are, the various types of tumors, and possible causes behind them. It talks about common types of oral tumors, including dentigerous cysts that are a jumble of tooth-like elements, different types of growths on gingival tissue, polyps, and tumors of the epithelium.


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