Radiology

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Thieme, 1993 - Dents - Radiographie - Atlas - 266 pages
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This radiology atlas presents examples of the proper and wrong use of X-ray techniques in dental and oral surgery. It also demonstrates normal X-ray anatomy as the basis for the interpretation of an X-ray film, and looks at frequently encountered pathological findings.
  

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Contents

Examination Strategy and Active Protection Against Radiation Exposure
3
Examination Strategies
4
Panoramic Radiography for Basic Information and Supplemental
7
Technique for Panoramic Radiography
9
Technique for Panoramic Radiography
10
Positioning of the Patient in the Apparatus
12
lncreased Radiographic Quality through Positioning According to lndication
14
Typical lncorrect Positioning
17
Dentogenic Sinus Disorders
159
Schematic View of Sinus Diagnosis in Waters Projection
165
Film Tomography of the Temporomandibular Joint 176 Computed Tomography of the Temporomandibular Joint with Direct Lateral Projection
176
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Temporomandibular Joint
177
Hypoplasia and Exostosis of the Condyles
178
Hyperplasia and Osteochondral Exostoses
179
Inflammatory and Degenerative Changes
180
Cysts and Pseudocysts
181

lncorrect Positioning
18
Positioning in the Mixed Dentition Stage
19
Positioning to Visualize Periodontal Destruction
20
Positioning of the Tongue
21
Depiction of the Alveolar Ridges
22
Zonarc A Special lnstrument for Clinics
23
Special Radiographs Using the Cephalometric Attachment
24
Radiographic Anatomy in the Panoramic Radiograph
25
Survey of the Anatomic Structures Visible in a Panoramic Radiograph
26
Ventral Portion of the Facial Skeleton
27
Ventral Portion of the Facial Skeleton in the Maxilla
28
Variations in the Maxillary Sinus
29
Retromaxillary Space
30
External Ear and Temporomandibular Joint Region
31
Palatal Bone in the Shadow of the Coronoid Process
32
Tuberosity Region and the Cervical Vertebrae
33
Chin Region
34
Chin Region and the Body of the Mandible
36
Mandibular Canal Mandibular Rami and the Cervical Vertebrae
37
Mandibular Canal and Retromolar Structures
38
Hyoid Bone and Cervical Region
39
Hyoid Bone and Subtraction Effect from the Base of the Skull
40
Angle of the Mandible and the Styloid Process
41
Examination of Children and Adolescents Using the Panoramic Radiograph
42
Diagram of Formation and Eruption of the Deciduous Teeth
45
Diagram of Formation and Eruption of the Permanent Teeth
46
The BiteWing Radiograph
47
Examples of Diagnosis Using BiteWings
50
Apical and Periodontal Radiographic Technique
51
Radiographic Surveys for Patients of Various Ages
52
Apical and Periodontal Survey in Adults
53
Maxilla
54
Mandible
58
Third Molars
62
Radiographic Technique with the Occlusal Film
63
lntraoral
64
Extraoral
68
Radiographic Anatomy in Periapical and Occlusal Radiographs
69
Radiographic Anatomy During Tooth Development
70
Radiographic Anatomy of Special Regions 71 Maxillary Anterior Region
71
Maxillary Canine Region
72
Maxillary Premolar Region
73
Maxillary Molar Region
75
Mandibular Anterior Region
76
Mandibular Canine Region
77
Mandibular Premolar Region
78
Mandibular Molar Region
80
Radiographic Anatomy in Occlusal Radiographs
82
Localization Using Various Methods
83
Panoramic Radiography as an Aid in Localization
86
Special Localization Problems 87 Buccally lmpacted Mandibular Canine
87
Ectopically Positioned Anterior Teeth
88
Apically Displaced Maxillary Third Molars
89
Axially Presented Maxillary Third Molars
90
Common Errors During Preparation of Occlusal
102
Reducing Overdeveloped Radiographs
108
Anomalies of Dental Development and the Teeth
129
Amelogenesis Imperfecta
135
Regressive Changes in Teeth and Jaws
147
Classification
182
Odontogenic Cysts 183 Radicular Cyst
183
Radicular Cyst in the Mandible
184
Radicular Residual Cyst in the Mandible
185
Radicular Cyst in the Maxilla
186
FollicularCyst
187
Atypically Localized Follicular Cysts
190
Nonodontogenic Cysts
191
Pseudocysts
194
Odontogenic Tumors and Pseudotumors
197
Ameloblastoma
200
Ameloblastic Fibroma
202
Odontogenic Myxoma
203
Cementoma 205 Periapical Cemental Dysplasia
205
Cementoblastoma
207
Cementoblastoma Cementumforming Fibroma
209
Odontoma 210 Complex Odontoma
210
Transition Forms
211
Compound Odontoma and Fibroodontoma
212
Nonodontogenic Tumors and Pseudotumors 213 Benign Lesions
213
Malignant Lesions
218
Central Reparative Giant Cell Granuloma
220
Peripheral Reparative Giant Cell Granuloma
221
Histiocytosis X
222
Chondroma
223
Osteochondroma
224
Desmoplastic Fibroma
226
Ossifying Fibroma
227
Fibrous Dysplasia JaffeLichtenstein
228
Fibrous Dysplasia and Cherubism
230
Osteoid Osteoma Osteoblastoma
231
Osteoma
232
Exostoses and Enostoses
234
Hyperostoses and Hypertrophies
236
Osteoporosis and Atrophy
237
Bone Marrow Islands and Incorrect Interpretations
238
Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Osteopetrosis
239
Osteitis Deformans Pagets Disease of Bone
240
Hemangioma
241
Sarcoma
242
Carcinogenic Infiltration
244
Mucoepidermoid Tumor
245
Metastasis
246
Traumatology
247
Radiographic Signs of Subluxation
249
Radiographic Signs of Tooth Fracture
250
Radiographic Signs of Mandibular Fracture
252
Mandibular Fracture During Mixed Dentition
254
Foreign Bodies and Postoperative Conditions
255
Various Therapeutic Materials Seen in the Radiograph
256
Trauma Osteosynthesis Material and Implants
257
Deposition of Filling Materials
258
Radiography of Root Fragments
259
Tooth Extraction and Root Fragments
260
Fractured Bone and Sequestra
261
Success and Failure with Root Tip Resection Apicoectomy
262
References
263
Index
265
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