Detection of non-cavitated approximal caries lesions in digital images from seven solid-state receptors with particular focus on task-specific enhancement filters. An ex vivo study in human teeth

@article{HaiterNeto2007DetectionON,
  title={Detection of non-cavitated approximal caries lesions in digital images from seven solid-state receptors with particular focus on task-specific enhancement filters. An ex vivo study in human teeth},
  author={Francisco Haiter-Neto and Andr{\'e}a dos Anjos Pontual and Morten Frydenberg and Ann Wenzel},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={2007},
  volume={12},
  pages={217-223}
}
The aim of this study was to compare detection of non-cavitated approximal caries lesions in images from seven solid-state intraoral digital receptors, with particular focus on two task-specific enhancement filters. One hundred and sixty approximal non-cavitated surfaces were radiographed under standardized conditions using the following seven intraoral solid-state digital receptors: two CMOS systems, Schick CDR-APS, and Kodak RVGui; and five CCD systems: Visualix, VistaRay, Dixi2, Sidexis, and… CONTINUE READING

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