Contemporary cephalometric radiography

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Quintessence Publishing Co., 1996 - Medical - 291 pages
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In this meticulously crafted, magnificently illustrated book, carefully standardized radiographs of the entire skull (and the individual bones) are juxtaposed with numerous photographs and drawings, making it easy to identify landmarks. Tracing procedures for posteroanterior cephalograms and submental-vertex radiographic projections, as well as for lateral cephalograms, are outlined in detail.

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The bones of the skull and the first two cervical vertebrae
The sphenoid bone
The temporal bone

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