Soraya Robinson

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Panoramic and intraoral radiographs are the basic imaging modalities used in dentistry. Often they are the only imaging techniques required for delineation of dental anatomy or pathology. Panoramic radiography produces a single image of the maxilla, mandible, teeth, temporomandibular joints and maxillary sinuses. During the exposure the x-ray source and(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine the differences in expert ratings of quality of magnetic resonance images (MRI) of the temporomandibular joint in 24 patients with suspected anterior disc displacement examined in randomized order at 1.5 and 3.0 T. Parasagittal (closed and opened mouth) and paracoronal sections were performed with a surface coil. Two(More)
This retrospective series was intended to determine whether morphological disk findings in open and closed mouth magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be correlated with the time curves in axiography. In this series, 45 temporomandibular joints of 33 patients were subjected to a retrospective evaluation. Magnetic resonance images obtained with closed and(More)
The pathologic conditions that involve the TMJ are similar to those conditions that involve other joints in the body. Therefore, many of the radiologic characteristics are also similar. Nevertheless, because of the complex structure and function of this small joint, it is essential to know the variety of diseases that can involve the temporomandibular(More)
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