Cone Beam Volumetric Imaging In Dental Oral And Maxillofacial Medicine Pdf
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Cone-Beam Computed Tomography for Oral and Maxillofacial Imaging
Dale Miles is a well-known and well-published oral and maxillofacial radiologist as well as a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology and the American Board of Oral Medicine. He has recently released the second edition of this book to help us all learn more about cone-beam computed tomography CBCT and the volume images we acquire and view. As such, it is filled with images and 3-dimensional renderings from actual CBCT scans with relatively little text. It does provide an introduction and summary of the basic principles of CBCT that are textual, but quite short. An extensive chapter on anatomic structures is completely image-based and is followed by many specific topics including airway, teeth and associated pathology, paranasal sinuses, and temporomandibular joints.
Atlas of cone beam imaging for dental applications, 2nd edition
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In day to day practice, the radiographic techniques used individually or in combination suffer from some inherent limits of all planar two-dimensional 2D projections such as magnification, distortion, superimposition, and misrepresentation of anatomic structures. The introduction of cone-beam computed tomography CBCT , specifically dedicated to imaging the maxillofacial region, heralds a major shift from 2D to three-dimensional 3D approach. It provides a complete 3D view of the maxilla, mandible, teeth, and supporting structures with relatively high resolution allowing a more accurate diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring, and analysis of outcomes than conventional 2D images, along with low radiation exposure to the patient. CBCT has opened up new vistas for the use of 3D imaging as a diagnostic and treatment planning tool in dentistry. This paper provides an overview of the imaging principles, underlying technology, dental applications, and in particular focuses on the emerging role of CBCT in dentistry. Advanced Search.
Rebecca Davies, Cone-beam volumetric imaging in dental, oral, and maxillofacial medicine. The book is divided into three sections; the first part describes the technology of CBVI, the second describes and illustrates the diagnostics of this three-dimensional imaging technique, and the third, its use in treatment planning. An accompanying DVD provides dynamic assessment of some of the illustrated cases. The first section details the fundamental differences between conventional computed tomography and CBVI. There is a clear and concise description of how CBVI works and detailed information on the requirements and influencing factors of image quality. The second part covers the diagnostics of CBVI including numerous dental conditions such as caries, periodontal disease, and trauma.
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The invention of computed tomography CT technique revolutionized diagnostic imaging. Compared to conventional X-ray imaging procedures, CT involves higher radiation doses. The detector system performs one rotation around the patient, producing a series of 2D images which are then reconstructed in a 3D data set.