Radiographic manifestations of periapical inflammatory lesions How new radiological techniques may improve endodontic diagnosis and treatment planning

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  title={Radiographic manifestations of periapical inflammatory lesions How new radiological techniques may improve endodontic diagnosis and treatment planning},
  author={Hans-G{\"o}ran Gr{\"o}ndahl},
  year={2005}
}
Diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment monitoring in endodontics depend to a very large extent on results from radiographic examinations. The often complex anatomy in respect to the teeth themselves as well as their surrounding structures may render those tasks difficult. New tomographic techniques hold promises for improvements in all those areas, in particular techniques that can display the object in all its three dimensions and remove disturbing anatomical structures to make it… CONTINUE READING

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