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Principles of surgery in the head and neck 

Principles of surgery in the head and neck
Principles of surgery in the head and neck

Athanasios Kalantzis

and Crispian Scully

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date: 22 September 2017

Tooth extraction in children - Tooth impactions - Odontogenic infections - Periapical pathology and odontogenic tumours and cysts - Pre-prosthetic surgery - Dental implants - Orthognathic surgery - Cleft lip and palate - Soft tissue surgery - TMJ surgery - Parotid surgery - Oral cancer: diagnosis and staging - Oral cancer: management principles - Oral cancer: pre-operative management - Oral cancer: surgery - Oral cancer: radiotherapy - Oral cancer: chemotherapy - Ear, nose, and throat conditions - Benign tumours and potentially malignant lesions and conditions

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