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Dionne: Management of Pain and Anxiety in the Dental Office, 1st ed.
Copyright © 2002 W. B. Saunders Company
RAYMOND A. DIONNE,
* Bethesda, Maryland
* Dr. Dionne is a Senior Investigator at the National Institute of Dental andCraniofacial Research, NIH. His participation as an editorfor this book was performed outside the scope of his employment as a US Government employee. His contributions represent hispersonal opinion and not necessarily those of the US Government.
JAMES C. PHERO,
Professor of Clinical Anesthesia, Clinical Pediatrics, and Clinical Surgery, University of Cincinnati College ofMedicineFaculty, UC Physicians Pain Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
DANIEL E. BECKER,
Professor, Allied Health Sciences, Sinclair Community CollegeAssociate Director of Medical Education, General Practice Dental Residency, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton,Ohio
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