Soames' & Southam's Oral Pathology 5th Revised edition [Mīkstie vāki]

, (Senior Lecturer in Oral Pathology, School of Dental Science, Newcastle University, UK), (Consultant in ), (Professor of Head and Neck Pathology, Department of Oral Pathology, School of Clinical Dentistry, University of Sheffield, UK)
  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 256 pages, height x width x depth: 276x220x12 mm, weight: 740 g
  • Izdošanas datums: 02-Aug-2018
  • Izdevniecība: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0199697787
  • ISBN-13: 9780199697786
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 256 pages, height x width x depth: 276x220x12 mm, weight: 740 g
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  • ISBN-10: 0199697787
  • ISBN-13: 9780199697786
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A sound understanding of clinical oral pathology is essential if a dental clinician is to navigate successfully through clinical guidelines, make timely referrals to specialists, and provide good care for patients. This new edition of Soames' & Southam's Oral Pathology provides a clear and friendly guide for students, practitioners, and the whole dental team.

Thoroughly updated for today's clinical practice, this textbook covers 'must-know' oral pathology and integrates key aspects of oral medicine. It begins by explaining the principles of clinical assessment, the synthesis of a differential diagnosis, and the selection of further investigations including laboratory tests. Ten chapters bring this theory to life by looking at the clinical and pathological features of a wide range of common oral diseases including oral cancer, salivary gland disorders, and diseases of the jaws. Two new chapters address skin diseases affecting the oro-facial region and neck lumps. A final chapter highlights the importance of clinical oral pathology in the context of systemic human disease.

New radiology content includes examples of cross-sectional imaging. Photomicrographs have been replaced with carefully selected images to illustrate key pathological features. Each chapter includes key points boxes and tables to aid learning.

Written by experts in both oral pathology and oral medicine, this new edition is a must-have for dentistry students, and those working in the field, providing current and trustworthy information.


Oral Pathology should retain its place as "essential reading" in all dental curricula. Although this book is aimed at undergraduate dental students, I would not hesitate to recommend it as a useful book for general dental practitioners and postgraduate students aiming to further their knowledge in the field of oral pathology. * A. V. Jones in British Dental Journal, Vol.199, No.2, July 2005 * Review from previous edition [ The book] will serve as an excellent ready reference. * Christopher Smith in Doody's Journal *

Acknowledgements xi
Abbreviations xiii
1 Diagnosis of oral disease
2 Diseases of the oral mucosa
3 Oral cancer
4 Salivary gland diseases
5 Diseases of the teeth and supporting structures
6 Jaw cysts and odontogenic tumours
7 Disorders of bone
8 Skin diseases affecting the oro-facial region
9 Neck lumps
10 Oral manifestations of systemic disease
Additional resources 227(2)
Index 229
Max Robinson is an academic pathologist at Newcastle University and an Honorary Consultant at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, where he delivers a specialist head and neck pathology service. He leads teaching in oral diseases at Newcastle Dental School and has over 20 years experience of providing excellent undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. His research is focused on the pathogenesis of head and neck cancer, he has a program of research examining novel biomarkers and has strong links with commercial diagnostic companies. He is also lead pathologist for several UK multi-centre clinical trials. Keith Hunter is Professor of Head and Neck Pathology at the University of Sheffield. He completed his PhD at the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research (Glasgow), and was afterwards appointed as Senior Clinical Lecturer and Consultant Histopathologist at the University of Glasgow He moved to the University of Sheffield in 2009. His research focuses on the transcriptional changes seen in the various stages in the development of oral precancer and cancer with a particular interest in the control of cellular immortalization of oral keratinocytes. Clinically, he has a particular interest in tooth pathology and odontogenic tumours. He is the author of over 70 peer reviewed articles and has also contributed to a number of books. Professor Michael Pemberton is a Consultant in Oral Medicine at Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and an Honorary Professor at the University of Manchester. He has dental and medical degrees from the University of Sheffield and is a fellow of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and Edinburgh. Since 2009, he has held the position of Medical Director at the University Dental Hospital of Manchester. Philip Sloan is a practicing pathologist specialising in head & neck, skin and bone & soft tissue pathology. He is co-director of the Newcastle MRC Molecular Pathology Node and Designated Individual for the NuTH Human Tissue Authority research licence. After graduating from Newcastle University in 1974, he gained his PhD from the University of Bristol in 1978. He was Professor of Oral Pathology at the University of Manchester and R&D Director of CMHT until 2007 when he returned to his home city of Newcastle to take up his present appointment. Philip has published in the field of oral cancer and potentially malignant disorders. He has authored or co-authored over 200 peer reviewed publications, numerous book chapters and three books. He was lead author in 2017 for the WHO classification for oral cancer and is currently part of the writing team for ICCR guidelines relating to oral cancer and neck dissections.