Issue Feedback: Volume 46 Number 7 - July/August 2019

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Nicolette Wilson   1 Sep 2019  -   
Always love it but in the article "Primary B-Cell Lymphoma of the Mandible: a Potentially Difficult Diagnosis" you wrote:-
Head and neck lymphomas typically
present in males (M:F, 3:2) between the fifth
and seventh decades.
The questions then stated:-

These are more common in females.
These are typically seen between the 5th and 7th decades.
Large B-cell lymphoma is the most common type of Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Primary intra-osseous lymphomas constitute 50% of these.
To which I answered the second and this was incorrect. I don't understand.

Elizabeth Bishop   1 Sep 2019  -   
I found the editorial and guest editorial excellent. It is so important not to lose sight of the fundamentals of health, long term stability and dental wellbeing.

The article on all ceramic onlays was very useful and look forward to any results of further evaluation and research into longevity of materials in different applications.

Finally I think question 7 answers could have been ambiguous. b and c seemed to fit?! or am I misreading it!

Thank you for the continuing great magazine which I have found invaluable over many years.