Contemporary cephalometric radiography
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
49 other sections not shown
angle articular Basion cervical vertebra clinoid process condylar head Coronoid process cranial fossa crest crista galli ethmoid bone fissure floor foramen magnum Foramen rotundum frontal bone frontozygomatic suture greater wing Head position image and tracing image with tracing infraorbital key ridge landmark lateral cephalogram Lateral radiographic image Lateral view lnferior view lower border mandible mandibular Margo mastoid process maxilla maxillary sinus medial Menton midline midpoint molar muscle nasal bone nasal cavity nasal septum nerve notch occipital bone odontoid process orbital cavity orbital margin Orbital plate orbitale Orthodontics ossification centers P-A cephalogram petrous piriform aperture pituitary fossa pogonion posterior border posterior nasal spine pterygopalatine fossa ramus Robert M.Ricketts 1989 S.N.Bhatia B.C.Leighton 1993 sinuses skull soft tissue sphenoid bone subject's head sulcus superimposed Superior view Supraorbital symphysis T.Forsberg T.M.Graber teeth temporal bone Tracing procedure upper Vertex-submental radiographic image Viken Sassouni 1971 vomer x-ray beam zygomatic arch zygomatic bone