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Operative Entfernung von Weisheitszähnen

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Operative removal of third molars

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    Im Rahmen einer nachträglichen Delphi-Befragung konnte hier die Vollzähligkeit der Konsensusgruppe hergestellt werden.

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Kunkel, M., Beck, J., Bergmann-Krauss, B. et al. Operative Entfernung von Weisheitszähnen. MKG-Chirurg 6, 282–289 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12285-013-0349-8

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