A fresh perspective on medicine in relation to dentistry, "Keynotes in Medicine for Dental Students" is a clear and concise guide to the basics of medicine, providing the essential medical grounding required for both clinical practice and finals examinations. This is the perfect revision aid for busy dental students and those taking the new MJDF exams. It features: management and treatment of common conditions which you will come across throughout your dental career; medical conditions encompassing the whole body, enabling you to take a holistic approach to dentistry; subject-based revision notes covering the dental syllabus, allowing you to focus your revision and maximize your study time; and, essential tips for exam technique. It includes a foreword by Professor Tara Renton, Department of Oral Surgery, Institute of Dentistry, King's College, London.
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Douglas Hammond is a lecturer at the Royal London Dental Hospital.Review:
"Provides a very logical approach to a subject that dental students have very little clinical exposure to. Its content is pitched at exactly the right level, and its organisation in chapters relating to each body system are useful for navigation."Chris Rutter, 4th Year Dental Student, Birmingham"Very concise and easy to remember with useful history and exam tips that can be applied to dentistry."Susie Hodges, 5th Year Dental Student, Cardiff
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