Antisépticos | 01 ABR 09

Uso de clorhexidina para la prevención de alveolitis

Aunque existen distintos tratamientos, la prevención seguirá siendo la mejor opción.
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Autor: Rodrigo Licéaga, Cirujano oral y maxilofacila Hospital Juárez de México Fuente: Revista Mexicana de Odontología Clínica Año 2/ Núm. 7/ 2008
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Bibliografía
Bibliografía

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