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MayoClinic Oral Health
By Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Find dental information, ranging from basic dental care and dental health to dental and oral conditions.
Medical Algorithms: Dentistry and Oral Medicine
By Institute for Algorithmic Medicine. Contains medical algorithms (computation, formula, survey, or look-up tables) useful in dentistry and oral medicine. In MS Excel.
By SourceForge.net. Dental management software written in PHP4. It uses PostgreSQL as dbms.
Patient Information (by Medical Specialty)
By The University of Iowa. Patient information organized by medical specialty.
Virtual Hospital Medical Textbooks (by Body Location/Systems)
By The University of Iowa. Read hundreds of online medical textbooks organized by body location/systems. Body location/systems include: Blood/Lymphatic System; Bones, Joints and Muscles; Brain and Nervous System; Digestive System; Ear, Nose and Throat; Endocrine System (Hormones); Eyes and Vision; Heart and Circulation; Immune System/AIDS; Kidneys and Urinary System; Lungs and Breathing; Mouth and Teeth; Pregnancy and Reproduction; and Skin, Hair and Nails. Virtual Hospital is no longer funded. This is from the April 1, 2005 archive of the site.
Virtual Hospital Textbooks on Dentistry
By The University of Iowa. Medical textbooks on dentistry for providers and patients. Virtual Hospital is no longer funded. Patient information on a variety of topics from vh.org is now available on the pages of UI Health Care.com.
Virtual Hospital Textbooks on Mouth and Teeth
By The University of Iowa. Medical textbooks on mouth and teeth for providers and patients. Virtual Hospital is no longer funded. This is from the April 1, 2005 archive of the site.