Interpretation of linear and computed tomograms in the assessment of implant recipient sites.

@article{Todd1993InterpretationOL,
  title={Interpretation of linear and computed tomograms in the assessment of implant recipient sites.},
  author={Abualsamid Todd and M E Gher and Gary Quintero and A. Cullen Richardson},
  journal={Journal of periodontology},
  year={1993},
  volume={64 12},
  pages={1243-9}
}
Tomography is a radiographic process that produces cross-sectional images of bony structures within the body. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of diagnostic measurements made by dental implant team members from linear tomograms of human cadaver mandibles. Five partially edentulous cadaver mandibles were radiographed using linear tomography (LT) and computer-assisted tomography (CT). From the tomograms, each of four team members traced the perceived outer circumference of… CONTINUE READING

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