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  • Cone Beam CT clearly shows the anatomy where the periapical X-ray didn’t.
  • IOPA SHOWS A LESION POSSIBLY ASSOCIATED WITH THE M/B ROOT OF THIS UPPER MOLAR BUT THE CT CLEARLY SHOWS that it’s the palatal root that is fractured. The right side iopa shows no bone obvious loss. Here comes the ct showing obvious bone loss consistent with vertical fracture over 7 mm below the crest of bone.
  • This case illustrates the value of Cone Beam CT in evaluating the location and extent of resorptive defects in teeth.The Periapical X-ray hints at the lesion but the CBCT clearly shows the location and size.

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  • 1.  Density values correspond to a range of numbers  Hounsfield scale PRINCIPLES HOUNSFIELD SCALE : DENSITY +1000 HOUNSFIELD UNITS -1000 HOUNSFIELD UNITS
  • 2. APPLICATIONS : ROOT AND ROOT CANAL MORPHOLOGY 2D RADIOGRAPH SHOWINGUNUSUAL AND DILACERATED APICALTHIRD. CT IMAGING PRIOR TOTREATMENT CT IMAGE SHOWING UNTREATED CANALS IN BOTH MESIAL AND DISTAL ROOTS IN AXIAL AND CORONAL VIEWS
  • 3. .
  • 4. CT IMAGING IN ENDODONTICS CT showed a buccal perforation by the post prep
  • 5. CT IMAGING IN ENDODNTICS
  • 6. CT IMAGING IN ENDODONTICS
  • 7. A CASE REPORT USING SPIRAL CT AND DENTASCAN
  • 8. LIMITATIONS
  • 9. CT IMAGING IN ENDODONTICS CONCLUSION