Differential Oral Diagnosis in Systemic Disease focuses on oral manifestations of systemic disease, including glomerulonephritis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, and lung infection. The publication first takes a look at the diseases of the heart and blood-vessels, respiratory tract, and genito-urinary system correlated to the oral tissues. Topics include metastatic neoplasms from the kidney to the oral region, malignant neoplasms of the kidney, glomerulonephritis, metastases of neoplasms of the lungs to the oral cavity, dental sepsis and lung infection, thrombophlebitis, and congenital anomalies of the heart. The manuscript ponders on the diseases of the liver and biliary tract and gastro-intestinal tract correlated to the oral tissues and diseases of the hematopoietic system. Discussions focus on oral manifestations of alterations in white blood-cells and red blood-cells, oral manifestations of diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract, diseases of the stomach and the intestine, cirrhosis of the liver, correlation of fatty change of the liver to dentistry, and transmission of viral hepatitis correlated to dentistry. The book is a dependable reference for dentists and physicians wanting to study the oral manifestations of systemic disease.