Excerpt from Pathology and Bacteriology for Dental StudentsImportant as pathology and bacteriology are in the study of dentistry, there are certain facts that must be considered. Such students deal with a distinctly limited portion of the greatMoreExcerpt from Pathology and Bacteriology for Dental StudentsImportant as pathology and bacteriology are in the study of dentistry, there are certain facts that must be considered.
Such students deal with a distinctly limited portion of the great extent of the above subjects, and consequently should not be expected to become specialists in them. Yet a thorough drilling in the underlying groundwork is essential.It has become evident, therefore, as a result of several years of teaching, that the text-books as prepared for medical students contain much that can well be omitted from the dental curriculum.
For that reason this manual has been prepared. One that is expected to contain a full presentation of general pathology and bacteriology and what additional along special lines as has been considered advisable. With a complete knowledge of the basic principles of these subjects, the student will then be able to apply them to his work, and later, if he so desires, to specialize. It is hoped that this volume will be found to accomplish the end desired.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
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