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- Three-Quarters of Cancers Attributed to Dental Radiography Could Be Avoided by Use of Rectangular Collimation and Application of Selection Criteria
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Optical coherence tomography's current clinical medical and dental applications: a reviewF1000Res 2021 Nov 01;10(xx)310, S Ali, SBS Gilani, J Shabbir, KS Almulhim, A Bugshan, I Farooq
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