Concepts in Oral Medicine

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Prof. Dr. Rudolf Slavicek’s new book is the logical continuation and actualization of the book ”The Masticatory Organ” (published in 2000). In this latest book you can find, on more than 1500 pages, many facts and documentations concerning the treatment of patient cases along the principles of the Vienna School of Interdisciplinary Dentistry. The book is divided into 3 parts: Volume 1 ”tractatio” includes statements and text concerning functions, structures, as well as concepts aiming at the treatment of the dyfunctional masticatory organ. Each chapter can be regarded as part of the complete book, but can just as well be seen as individual scientific treatises. Volume 2 ”concipio” is an illustrated book with the aim to ”facilitate the visual perception”. Independently from volume 1 it includes the structures and functions of the masticatory organ in a deepening and summarizing way. Volume 3 ”documentatio” This volume perspicuously illustrates selected and fully documented patient cases treated by Prof. R. Slavicek and his team. The evidence of the Vienna School is well documented by standardised long-term follow-up examinations. The complexity of the human masticatory organ and the human organism compels holistic thinking in the sense of the interactive cybernetic feedback control system. Cybernetics links the area between approved sciences. It visualizes and simplifies the necessary diagnostic and therapeutic steps for the treatment of the masticatory organ. ”Concepts try to – think ahead. Concepts need clear definitions to be falsifiable, thus they are deductive.”
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ISBN-13: 9783950126167
ISBN-10: 3950126163
Greutate: 7.50 kg
Ediția: Completă
Editura: Gamma Dental
Locul publicării: Germany