1. Prof. C.A. May, University of Dresden
‘Expert reports on the issue of the scientific nature of new diagnostic entities, little-used diagnostic devices and their derived therapeutic methods.’
Contents: Scientific and theoretical cause of fatty-degenerative osteolysis in the jawbone (FDOJ);
Assistance in disputes with funding agencies and experts.
2. Guideline S3 DGZMK: imaging odontogenic infection
The excerpt from the full version of guideline S3 of the DGZMK on odontogenic infections, AWMF registration number: 007-006, version: September 2016, valid until: September 2021, recommends ultrasound examination as a preferred method alongside other imaging procedures.
3. Prof. Jerry Bouquot
If you want to get deep into the pathohistology of fat-degenerative osteolysis/osteonecrosis of the jawbone (FDOK) by Prof. Jerry Bouquot, I recommend his public Dropbox from 01 (normal) to 13 (References/Definitions) with 970 wonderful PowerPoint images