WILLARD J. STONE, M. D.
A discussion of problems in which dentists and physicians are mutually interested can only be profitable if consideration is given to those features of their work which will make them more efficient advisors in matters of health. The public generally have advanced in matters of disease prevention quite as rapidly as the facts have been made available for them. Of all the means which have furthered the progress of medical and dental diagnosis the discovery of the X-ray by Roentgen in 1896 should take first place. The greatest advances in the clinical application of this discovery have occurred during the
WILLARD J. STONE. The Physician's Dental Education(The Physician's Dental Education*). Ann Intern Med. 1928;2:435–445. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-2-5-435
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