Diseases

Dental abscess: sources and notes

Author: Nathalie Mathieu.

Expert Consultant: Dr. Maurice Commandeur, Dentist.

Sources:

Infectious complications of dental and periodontal diseases in the elderly population. Clin Infect Dis, 34, 2002.

Peciuliene V et al., Investigates an antimicrobial agent used for infective endocarditis prophylaxis by UK dentist, British Dent. J Volume 199 (2005) Issue 1 - 9 July, 2005.

ADF website, 2014.

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