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Lester Burket’s textbook on oral medicine has been in print for five decades and this 10th edition celebrates the 50th anniversary of this classic text. Thirty authors are involved in bringing together an exhaustive compendium of information with major changes from previous editions.
The book is divided into four parts, part one dealing with principals of diagnostics, parts two and three dealing with oral and orofacial conditions and part four focusing on oral aspects of systemic disease. Each disease has succinct descriptions. In part four medical diseases of interest are described in detail that concern medically compromised patients mostly seen in hospital practice. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM.
The management of most orofacial lesions and conditions considered under various titles presents a well balanced over-view, putting forward both sides of the arguments in those areas where there are many and deep controversies. Occasionally the authors’ individual prejudices are allowed to shine through, but nevertheless the balance is generally very well done. In some sections however, treatment suggestions are limited, often simplified, without attention to evidence based therapies
There is some duplication of material; for example in chapter eight on oral cancer, Joel Epstein describes the management of oral leukoplakia when this has been covered in a preceding chapter on white and red lesions by Sol Silverman and co-authors. Salivary gland tumours are briefly mentioned again in chapter eight while the next chapter deals with this topic in more detail. Dr Epstein’s chapter on oral cancer however, has a new dimension incorporating current molecular information useful to the readership.
Although there are plenty of illustrations, many continuing from early editions, the quality of illustration is unfortunately inferior to that of many other oral medicine texts. In the 21st century, a book of this calibre would have benefited from colour illustrations, particularly in view of the fact that it is the colour of the lesion that enhances many subtle morphological features often contributing to the correct diagnoses. This is particularly true for chapters on red, white and pigmented lesions. Despite being extremely well written, the reader will not find the illustrations useful to get a grasp of the clinical presentation.
A comprehensive bibliography at the end of each chapter ensures that full details of published cases, research or reviews are readily accessible.
There is some American bias in the way new information is set out, for example in the chapter on infectious diseases epidemiological data related to tuberculosis, hepatitis C infection, and AIDS all relate to United States only.
Family dental practitioners with enough shelf space for another reference text will find this book a useful purchase. It provides a very useful resource for oral medicine specialists and oral surgeons who have a particular interest in the pathology of the disorders they treat and the hospital trainees in many dental specialities preparing for their higher examinations.