Dental radiology. Role of plain radiographic examination.


When a patient presents to a dental office, the imaging modality selected by the dentist is determined by the clinical examination and symptoms. Pain, swelling, or paresthesia usually results in a screening panoramic radiograph. Once a suspicious area is detected, other plain films can be used to provide greater detail. Caries and its sequela and… (More)


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@article{Rosenberg1993DentalRR, title={Dental radiology. Role of plain radiographic examination.}, author={Hersch Rosenberg}, journal={Radiologic clinics of North America}, year={1993}, volume={31 1}, pages={91-100} }