Ann Wenzel

Michaela F Jensen1
Morten Frydenberg1
Mette A Andersen1
1Michaela F Jensen
1Morten Frydenberg
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Previous studies suggests that cone beam computerized tomography (CBCT) images could provide reliable information regarding the fate of bone grafts in the maxillofacial region, but no systematic information regarding the standardization of CBCT settings and properties is available, i.e., there is a lack of information on how the images were generated,(More)
The objective of this study was to make a systematic review on the impact of voxel size in cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)-based image acquisition, retrieving evidence regarding the diagnostic outcome of those images. The MEDLINE bibliographic database was searched from 1950 to June 2012 for reports comparing diverse CBCT voxel sizes. The search(More)
The aim was to compare the quality of root canal fillings performed with the single-cone and lateral compaction technique. Thirty-six canals in extracted molars were filled with ISO-standardized gutta-percha points, .02 taper, by using the lateral compaction technique; 38 were filled with one gutta-percha point, .04 taper, by using the single-cone(More)
The aim of the study was to evaluate the influence of the number of surfaces (N(SURF)) and the number of observers (N(OBS)) on the statistical power of a study comparing the diagnostic accuracies of radiographic systems used for approximal caries lesion detection. A data set consisting of 338 surfaces examined by 10 independent observers using four(More)
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