Renal Disorders and Dental Practice
Patients with kidney disorders are increasingly encountered in dental practice due to improvements in medical care leading to prolonged life expectancy. In order to provide appropriate and safe dental care for these patients, it is important to have a working knowledge of renal disorders and related problems.
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