Hans G C Verheij

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The study aims were to assess the precision and time required to conduct cephalometric analysis with cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in vivo on both three-dimensional (3D) surface models and multi-planar reformations (MPR) images. Datasets from 10 patients scanned with CBCT were used to create two types of images: 1. axial, coronal, and sagittal MPR(More)
OBJECTIVES To test an extended subtraction method for measuring changes in bone along dental implants depicted on non-standardized panoramic radiographs. MATERIAL AND METHODS The measuring method consisted of a subtraction module extended with modules correcting gray values, correcting geometry and defining the region of interest mesial and distal of(More)
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