Dental Anatomy, Embryology and Oral Histology Practical Manual 1st/2017

Author : Rajini Kanth M
Edition : 1st Edition
Year : 2017
Pages : 230
ISBN : 9789386480026
Publisher : Paras Medical Books Pvt Ltd
Product Type : Paper Back
Condition : New
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Book Includes:

  1. Color Atlas 
  2. Hand Diagrams
  3. Carving Steps
  4. Practice Papers
  5. Graphs
  6. MCQs

And many more.


Key Aspects of the Book:

  • Systematically designed as per the needs of the dental students, clubbing the subjects of dental anatomy, embryology and oral histology in one place.
  • Mainly useful for undergraduates, but will also serve as a reference book for post graduate students.
  • The depiction of all the variants of slides helps in identifying the slides under microscope without any need to depend on the external morphology.
  • Steps involved in tooth carving are given in detail.
  • More than 500 illustrations and diagrams with perfection, covering all the topics of dental anatomy, embryology and oral histology are included.
  • Oral histology work sheets and graphs are provided for practice.

Table of Contents:

Tissue Processing
Introduction to Epithelium and Connective Tissue
Development of Tooth
Enamel
Dentin
Pulp
Cementum
Periodontium
Bone
Oral Mucous Membrane
Salivary Glands
Maxillary Sinus
Eruption and Shedding
Temporo-Mandibular Joint
Occlusion
Age Changes in Oral Tissues
Dental Anatomy - Introduction
Diagrams For Record Exams
Graphs
Empty Graphs
Oral Histology Worksheets
Model Question Papers


Preface:

I frequently hear people talking that they are not able to identify the slides microscopically, so they would remember the external morphology of the slide. This made me to think that, though the subject of Histology is so fascinating and colorful, why would one find it difficult to identify the slide. Through my analysis I could understand that there is no good book which depicts all variants of slides. The picture seen in one college slide might not resemble to the textbook image and the student is left to imagination. I have been in the prepared slide business and teaching for the past 10 years. So, I have made a book which would clear these gaps between students and textbooks. A student usually enters the department with the idea that he/she might not identify the slides or remember the histological features till the exams. For those kinds of students I decided to make the book interesting by using unconventional means. I tried to create resembling pictures, puzzles for all chapters and tried to use match the following kind of exercises, crosswords, self assessment material, MCQ’s etc. One more problem the student experiences is that he/she needs to carry oral histology manual, observation book, graph book separately for practical classes. So, I tried to club all these things in to one. There are no books which guide the students regarding stepwise diagram drawing. I tried to address the same. I added steps involved in tooth carving also. I hope that after reading this book one would be able to identify the slides microscopically and they would no more depend on the external morphology of the slide. I hope the faculty and students accept my first venture into book writing and encourage me.

Dr Rajini Kanth M

About the Author

Dr. Rajini Kanth M is a renowed oral pathologist, currently working as Professor at G.Pulla Reddy Dental College, Kurnool, A.P. He did his graduation from S.J.M. Dental College, Chitradurga and Post Graduation from Ragas Dental College, Chennai. He did Masters in Business Administration from Osmania University, Hyderabad. He is currently pursuing (Ph.D) in Pacific University. He has Established a firm named DentoPathFinder – and supplies teaching slides to more than 100 Dental Colleges in India and abroad. He has published more than 25 National and International Publications to his credit.


 

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