Accuracy of Teledentistry for Diagnosing Dental Pathology Using Direct Examination as a Gold Standard: Results of the Tel-e-dent Study of Older Adults Living in Nursing Homes.

Résumé : Dental neglect and high levels of unmet dental needs are becoming increasingly prevalent among elderly residents of long-term care facilities, although frail, elderly, and dependent populations are the most in need of professional dental care. Little is known about the validity of teledentistry for diagnosing dental pathology in nursing home residents.
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Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, Elsevier, 2017
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Alain Queyroux, Bernard Saricassapian, Daniel Herzog, Karin Müller, Isabelle Herafa, et al.. Accuracy of Teledentistry for Diagnosing Dental Pathology Using Direct Examination as a Gold Standard: Results of the Tel-e-dent Study of Older Adults Living in Nursing Homes.. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, Elsevier, 2017. 〈hal-01489228〉

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