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Edited by Mark Greenwood, Robin A. Seymour and John G. Meechan

Published by Wiley-Blackwell

About the Book

This Textbook of Human Disease in Dentistry is edited by Mark Greenwood, Robin A. Seymour and John G. Meechan. This First Edition textbook is a comprehensive resource for all students of dentistry that provides uniquely integrated coverage of medicine, surgery, pharmacology, therapeutics, pathology and microbiology.

The Textbook of Human Disease in Dentistry is structured around the systems of the body and includes chapters on immunological disease, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory medicine, gastroenterology, dermatology, musculoskeletal disorders and neurological and special senses.

Features

– Aims to provide its readers with the medical context of dentistry.
– Promote better understanding of how to provide effective dental treatment to patients affected by diseases and conditions.
– A key aspect of the book is the relevance of particular diseases and/or their drug treatment to dentistry and in turn to patient dental management.
– Additional chapters are therefore provided on topics such as clinical examination and history taking, inflammation and anti-inflammatory drugs, infection control, pain and anxiety control, and care of the elderly.
– Includes sections on all major diseases and conditions, describing aetiology, symptoms and treatment
Places dentistry in a medical context.
– Provides guidance on examination and treatment protocols.
– Features information on drug treatment and planning dental care around it.
– Illustrated with helpful clinical photographs, showing diseases and conditions.

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What You will Learn

The Topics Covered in this Textbook are

Clinical examination and history taking
Components of a medical history
Clinical observations in the clothed patient
Specific lesions

Inflammation and anti-inflammatory drugs
Cell and tissue injury
Wound healing
Inflammation
Pathogenesis of chronic inflammation
Anti-inflammatory drugs

Principles if infection and infection control
Sterilisation, disinfection and antiseptics
Sterilisation and disinfection
Antiseptics

Principles of infection and infection control, diagnosis and treatment of bacterial infections
Introduction
Use of the laboratory in the diagnosis of bacterial infection
Antibacterial drugs
Antibacterial use in dentistry

Viruses relevant to dentistry and antiviral agents
Viruses relevant to dentistry
Diagnosis and treatment of virus infections
Antiviral agents

Infection with immunodeficiency virus and implications for the oral cavity
Infection with HIV
Oral manifestations of HIV disease
Diagnosis of HIV infection
Fungi and antifungal agents
Fungi
Antifungal agents

Immunological disease
Introduction
Overview of a normal immune response
What is immunodeficiency?
Examples of specific primary immunodeficiences which may be seen in dental practice
Implications of immunodeficiency in dental practice
Allergy in dental practice
Type 1 hypersensitivity (allergy)
Causes of type 1 hypersensitivity reactions in dental practice
Other reactions
Autoimmune disease
Immunosuppressants

Cardiovascular disorders
Introduction to cardiovascular disease
The heart and circulation
Cardiovascular pathology
Thrombosis, embolism, ischaemia and infarction
Clinical features of cardiovascular disease

Heart failure
Introduction
Clinical aspects of heart failure
Treatment of heart failure
Cardiac arrhythmias
Pathophysiology
Drugs used to manage cardiac arrhythmias

Valvular heart disease
Introduction
Pathology of valvular heart disease

Hypertension
Measurement of blood pressure
Drugs used to treat hypertension
Treatment of hypertension

Anticoagulants, drugs affecting blood clotting
Heparin
Oral anticoagulants
Uses of anticoagulants
Antiplatelet drugs

Dental implications of cardiovascular disease
Hypertensive patients
Patients post-myocardial infarction
Other aspects of management
Smoking and the cardiovascular system
5H Peripheral vascular and cardiac surgical disorders
Peripheral vascular disorders
Cardiac surgical disorders

Respiratory disorders
Introduction
Clinical assessment
Asthma
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
Lung cancer
Obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS)
Respiratory tract infections
Cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis
Pulmonary embolism
Fibrotic lung disease
Management of inhaled foreign body
Respiratory disorders and dentistry

Gastrointestinal disorders
Introduction
Relevant points in the history
Examination
Liver disease
Nutritional disorders
Dental aspects of GI system disorders

Renal disorders
Introduction
Structure of the kidneys
Normal renal function
Clinical presentation of abnormal renal function
Investigation of renal dysfunction
The kidney and systemic disease
Dental aspects relating to renal patients

Neurology and special senses
Neurology
Head injury
Types of brain injury

ENT
Deafness
Tinnitus
Vertigo
Dizziness
Infections and inflammatory disorders of the ear, nose, sinuses and tonsils

Neurological disorders and dental practice
Relevant points in the history
General examination
Neurological disorders: management considerations in dental practice

Stroke, speech and swallowing
Stroke
Speech
Swallowing

Ophthalmology
Measurement of vision
Common causes of visual loss
The acute red eye
Conditions of common interest
Ophthalmic complications of dental anaesthesia

Anticonvulsant and anti-Parkinsonian drugs
Anticonvulsant drugs
Anti-Parkinsonian drugs

Musculoskeletal disorders
Introduction
Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Reactive arthritis
Other joint disorders
Disorders mainly involving soft tissues
Management of fractures and joint replacements
Metabolic bone disease and calcium
Investigations of bone disease
Drugs used in bone disease
Parathyroid disorders
Important bone conditions
Other bone disorders
Dental treatment in patients with musculoskeletal disorders

Skin disorders
Infections
Viral infections
Immunologically mediated skin diseases
Facial eruptions
Pigmented lesions
Malignant epidermal tumours

Endocrinology and diabetes
Endocrinology
The adrenal glands
The thyroid gland
The pituitary gland
The parathyroid glands
Diabetes mellitus
Oral contraceptives
Pregnancy
Other endocrine conditions of relevance
Dental aspects in endocrine patients

Haematology
General haematology, haematooncology
Normal haemopoiesis
Haemoglobin
Anaemia
Haemoglobinopathies
Multiple myeloma
Bone marrow failure syndromes
Lymphomas

Haemostasis
Overview of normal haemostasis
Inherited bleeding disorders
Acquired disorders of haemostasis
Warfarin and dental surgery

Transfusion medicine
Introduction
Blood group systems
Red cell antibodies
Blood components
Hospital pre-transfusion testing
Platelets
Fresh frozen plasma
Risks of transfusion

Pain and anxiety control
Local anaesthetics
Vasoconstrictors
Adverse effects of dental local anaesthesia
Drugs used in conscious sedation

Adverse drug reactions and interactions
Adverse drug reactions
Drug interactions

General oncology
Introduction
Disorders of growth and differentiation
Neoplasia
Clinical oncology
Tumour identification and diagnosis
Introduction to head and neck oncology
Oral complications of malignancy
Palliative and terminal care
The future

Child health
Development
Child health surveillance
Respiratory infections in childhood
Oral infections
Clefts of the lip and palate
Child physical abuse

Care of the elderly
Ageing
Features of illness in old age
Care settings for older people
History taking
Examination
General principles of management
Prescribing for older dental patients

Psychiatric disorders
General psychiatry
Introduction
Anxiety disorders
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Hypochondriasis
Psychogenic pain
Eating disorders
Substance misuse
Schizophrenia
Mood disorders
Specific groups for special consideration: children
Specific groups for special consideration: the elderly
Specific groups for special consideration: people with learning disabilities
Capacity and consent
Referral to psychiatric services

Drug abuse
Alcohol
Smoking
Cannabis
Heroin and methadone
Cocaine
Amphetamines and ecstasy
Hallucinogens
Solvent abuse
Anabolic steroids and performance enhancers

Anxiolytic and hypnotic drugs
Anxiolytic drugs
Hypnotic drugs

Medical emergencies
Introduction
Loss of consciousness
Fainting (vaso-vagal syncope)
Chest pain
The diabetic patient
Hypersensitivity reactions
Fits
Cardiac arrest
Asthma
Hyperventilation
Choking
Adrenal crisis
Stroke
Local anaesthetic emergencies
Sedation emergencies
Emergencies arising from impaired haemostasis

For Whom is this Book For

This Textbook of Human Disease in Dentistry is perfect for Dentists, Pathologists, Residents and Practicing Physicians. It is the must have reference for practitioners and residents! It acts as Reference Material for those students who are pursuing their Graduation in Dental Medicine. It includes topics pretty useful for Other Health Care Professionals including Clinical Pharmacists, Nurses and Professors.

Details

Format of the eBook: PDF       Size: 9.7 MB

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