Pediatric oral medicine.


A thorough examination of the oral mucosa can provide helpful clues toward making a diagnosis in a number of developmental, neoplastic, inflammatory, and infectious conditions. A number of oral lesions seen in infants and children are benign and of no medical significance. In these instances, the ability of the physician to confidently identify the… (More)


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@article{Witman2003PediatricOM, title={Pediatric oral medicine.}, author={Patricia M Witman and Roy S Rogers}, journal={Dermatologic clinics}, year={2003}, volume={21 1}, pages={157-70} }