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Oral bacterial infections 

Oral bacterial infections
Oral bacterial infections

Anthony Chow

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date: 20 June 2021

Chapter 19 discusses oral bacterial infections, and how certain pathological conditions such as poor oral hygiene, systemic disease, immunodeficiency, or mucosal injury from irradiation or chemotherapy, allows these micro-organisms to undergo adaptations that predispose to pathogenicity.

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