Museum techniques in oral pathologyAuthor(s):
Dr. Manjeeta Mahesh Sinai Dhume and Dr. Clarence Pascoal DiasAbstract:
The need of preserving pathological material has never been higher than it is right now, as the development of novel, effective therapeutic approaches is completely altering the way that sickness is perceived. It's fascinating to stroll through any museum that has been around for a century and realize how many specimens relate to illnesses that are either uncommon or never seen at necropsies these days, or that, when they are, are significantly altered by treatment. Pathological museums are in part historical, representing the pioneer work of diagnosticians and therapists. The present review is an insight on oral pathology museum and its preparation for future generation.Pages: 16-20 | Views: 113 | Downloads: 43Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Manjeeta Mahesh Sinai Dhume, Dr. Clarence Pascoal Dias. Museum techniques in oral pathology. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2023;5(10):16-20.