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Comparison between effective radiation dose of CBCT and MSCT scanners for dentomaxillofacial applications.
OBJECTIVES To compare the effective dose levels of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) for maxillofacial applications with those of multi-slice computed tomography (MSCT). STUDY DESIGN TheExpand
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Effective dose range for dental cone beam computed tomography scanners.
OBJECTIVE To estimate the absorbed organ dose and effective dose for a wide range of cone beam computed tomography scanners, using different exposure protocols and geometries. MATERIALS AND METHODSExpand
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Appearance, location, course, and morphology of the mandibular incisive canal: an assessment on spiral CT scan.
OBJECTIVES To assess the appearance, location, and course of the incisive canal as compared to other anatomical landmarks on spiral CT of the mandible. METHODS Study material included 230 spiral CTExpand
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Appearance of the mandibular incisive canal on panoramic radiographs
Panoramic radiographs are routinely used in the dental office for various diagnostic purposes. This study aimed to evaluate the visibility of neurovascular structures in the mandibular interforaminalExpand
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Macro- and micro-anatomical, histological and computed tomography scan characterization of the nasopalatine canal.
AIM To determine the human anatomic variability of the nasopalatine canal and determine its characteristics using an anatomical, histological and computed tomography (CT) scan evaluation. MATERIALSExpand
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A comparative evaluation of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and Multi-Slice CT (MSCT) Part I. On subjective image quality.
AIMS To compare image quality and visibility of anatomical structures in the mandible between five Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scanners and one Multi-Slice CT (MSCT) system. MATERIALS ANDExpand
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Analysis of intensity variability in multislice and cone beam computed tomography.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to evaluate the variability of intensity values in cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) imaging compared with multislice computed tomography Hounsfield unitsExpand
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Presence and course of the incisive canal in the human mandibular interforaminal region: two-dimensional imaging versus anatomical observations
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the presence and course of the incisive canal in the mental interforaminal region of the human mandible and to describe the occurrence of anatomicalExpand
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Predisposing conditions for retrograde peri-implantitis, and treatment suggestions.
BACKGROUND Recent case reports introduced the term retrograde peri-implantitis as a lesion (radiolucency) around the most apical part of an osseointegrated implant. It develops within the firstExpand
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Assessment of variations of the mandibular canal through cone beam computed tomography
The neurovascular bundle may be vulnerable during surgical procedures involving the mandible, especially when anatomical variations are present. Increased demand of implant surgeries, widerExpand
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