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Correlation of panoramic radiography and cone beam CT findings in the assessment of the relationship between impacted mandibular third molars and the mandibular canal.
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Darkening of roots and interruption of white line observed on panoramic radiographs were effective in determining the risk relationship between the tooth roots and the mandibular canal, requiring three-dimensional evaluation of the case. Expand
Prevalence of C-shaped root canal in a Brazilian subpopulation: a cone-beam computed tomography analysis.
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There was a significant prevalence of C- shaped canals in the mandibular second molars of the population studied; the C-shaped canal system varied in configuration, with a higher prevalence of three and two canals and unilateral occurrence; CBCT is a useful tool for endodontic diagnosis and treatment. Expand
Prevalence and characteristics of pneumatization of the temporal bone evaluated by cone beam computed tomography.
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There was a significant prevalence of PAT and PGF in the studied population; their prevalence seems higher than has been previously supposed. Expand
Association between Odontogenic Conditions and Maxillary Sinus Disease: A Study Using Cone-beam Computed Tomography.
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The most prevalent sinus diseases were the generalized and localized MT, and they were the only ones related to odontogenic conditions (periodontal bone loss and periapical lesions, respectively). Expand
Evaluation of cone-beam computed tomography in the diagnosis of vertical root fractures: the influence of imaging modes and root canal materials.
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The CBCT imaging modes had little influence in the diagnosis of complete and incomplete root fractures, whereas the presence of intracanal material had greater impact on the diagnostic ability, demonstrating that CBCT is not beneficial for the diagnosed of root fractures when metal posts are present. Expand
Influence of the artefact reduction algorithm of Picasso Trio CBCT system on the diagnosis of vertical root fractures in teeth with metal posts.
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Assessment of the influence of the artefact reduction algorithm available on the Picasso Trio 3D(®) imaging system on image quality and diagnosis of vertical root fractures in teeth with intracanal metal posts found mean greyscale values and CNR were significantly decreased in images acquired with the AR. Expand
Diagnostic reproducibility of the elongated styloid process.
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Estimating the reproducibility related to the presence and to the measurements of elongated styloid process (ESP), based on panoramic radiographs and the prevalence of ESP found a greater level of agreement when observers evaluated the presence of ESP than when they did the measurement of ESP. Expand
Bone density: comparative evaluation of Hounsfield units in multislice and cone-beam computed tomography.
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The bone density in HU with CBCT images obtained using the device studied proved unreliable, since it was higher than that obtained using MSCT, since the HU measures were not equivalent. Expand
Bilateral dentigerous cysts: review of the literature and report of an unusual case.
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A report of a case of unusual bilateral non-syndromic dentigerous cysts associated with mandibular second molar and maxillary third molar is reported and a review of the literature finds that these locations have not been previously reported. Expand
Evaluation of a metal artefact reduction tool on different positions of a metal object in the FOV.
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For the MAR tool to be effective, the artefact-generator object needs to be in the central region of the FOV. Expand
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