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The thin lining epithelium is not nor- bisected angle technique Base of antral cavity mally seen.

A summary of the views and the areas of the joint imaged is shown in Table A Root fracture of 2J arrowedjust beyond the cervical region, with wide separation of the fragments. Outlining the lower joint space usually pro- vides the more useful information on the disc. The advantages of CT are that it can produce images of the hard and soft tissues in the joint, including the disc, in different planes. Although only one side of the jaw is illustrated, Condylar neck oblique lateral mandibular fractures are often bilateral.

Essentials of Dental Radiography and Radiology by Eric Whaites

Reverse Towne’s Condylar head and Tomography neck Articular surface Lateral view of both condylar heads lying within the focal trough Posterior view of both condylar heads and necks All aspects of: B An axial CT scan showing a destructive Extrinsic tumours squamous cell carcinoma involving the posterior antral wall Any tumour that can affect the maxilla โ€” whether white arrow and invading the pterygopalatine fossa open benign or malignant โ€” can have an effect on the black arrows.


Compare the antral shadows on both sides โ€” they I should be radiolucent Compare the radiodensity of the antrum on each side with the density of the soft tissue shadow lateral to it marked C on the radiograph above. A bite-block is used for stability, as shown in Figures The technique summarized below is that favoured by the author: The various inves- An antrum appears radiographically as a radio- Table Compare both sides following the same curvilinear lines, traversingthe radiograph from one side to the other, as indicated.

Marvin’s Underground Collections http: Published June 20th by Churchill Livingstone first published January 1st If further information is required, the con- Main contraindications trast medium can be introduced into the upper joint space and the investigation repeated.

Essentials of Dental Radiography and Radiology

One sug- Examine the true lateral skull as shown in gested approach can be summarized as follows: They are crucial in evaluating: Gatot Murti added it Jul 11, The problem How to assess the radiographs for fractures.

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The state of the teeth, including: B The same radiographs with the major anatomical features drawn in. The condylar head black arrow and anteriorly positioned disc white arrow are indicated.

B An axial CT scan at the level of the antral floor showing the very extensive lesion arrowed. The volume is now available with a website containing an on-line question and answer bank for BDS students and regularly updated information regarding radiation protection. The alignment and approximation of the bone fragments While doing the overall critical assessment, it is The position of intra-osseous wires, bone worth remembering that many patients who have plates or other fixation recently been injured may be very difficult to radio- Healing and bone union graph because of pain, medication, overlying soft The condition of any teeth involved in the tissue wound dressings or other injuries which they fracture line may have sustained at the same time.


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From the investigative point of view the knowl- In addition to knowledge of the static anatomy, edge required by clinicians includes: Compare both sides of the radiograph by tracing the Secondary Curves, indicated on one side of the diagram: B Left side of a DPT taken postoperatively showing accurate reduction of the fragments solid arrow and fixation with a bone plate open arrow.

Readers will also find an extensive self-assessment questions and answers module to accompany each of the textbooks within the web pages. Adilah Ismail marked it as to-read Jan 27, TMJ myofascial pain dysfunction Arthroscopy syndrome Arthroscopy gives direct visualization of the TMJ This is the most common clinical diagnosis and allows certain interventional procedures to be applied to patients with pain in the muscles of performed; these include: Note the small round collimated beam that is used to restrict the radiation to the exact area of interest.

B Two 6- mm thick coronal tomographs of the same left condylar head. In addition, Evidence of infection or other complications. Intrusion is often associated with fracture of the labial bone not evident on this view.

The temporomandibular joint Multidirectional hypocycloidal tomography Diagnostic information The complex hypocycloidal tomographic move- The information provided includes: The inadequate intra-osseous wires are again evident.