2 edition of Dental treatment of the mentally retarded patient [by] Michele Kellett Snow, Doris J. Stiefel. found in the catalog.
Dental treatment of the mentally retarded patient [by] Michele Kellett Snow, Doris J. Stiefel.
A self-instructional manual prepared by Project DECOD (Dental Education for Care of the Disabled), School of Dentistry, University of Washington.
|Contributions||Stiefel, Doris J., University of Washington. School of Dentistry.|
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