Intraoral ultrasonic scanning as a diagnostic aid.


Since ultrasonographic examination has the advantages of being non-invasive, rapid and easily reproducible, this technique can be a valuable aid in diagnosing oral lesions. However, the relatively large size of commercially available transducers and the acoustic attenuation by the air space within the oral cavity have been deterrents to the intraoral… (More)


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