Cone Beam CT and 3D imaging: A Practical Guide by Tito Luminati, Eugenio Tagliafico (auth.), Pietro Caruso,

By Tito Luminati, Eugenio Tagliafico (auth.), Pietro Caruso, Enzo Silvestri, Luca Maria Sconfienza (eds.)

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has develop into the traditional of reference in dental imaging. The distribution of CBCT units is more and more extensive, and the variety of required examinations is consistently transforming into. during this surroundings, it's now crucial that scientific and technical employees obtain particular education within the use of CBCT and that technical guidance for CBCT examinations are tested. This basically dependent publication on CBCT should be an awesome relief in day-by-day scientific perform. It basically explains uncomplicated CBCT anatomy, exam strategy, and using 3D reformatting software program. quite a lot of situations are provided, overlaying the main common and correct stipulations and pathologies, together with dental anomalies, inflammatory and degenerative illness, tumors, and implants.

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2 V3: Peripheral Branches • Lingual nerve: goes downward toward the mandible and, in correspondence of the mylohyoid line, turns horizontally away from the alveolar nerve. It enters the oral cavity close to the mylohyoid muscle and, at the level of third molars, runs very superficially; it innervates the lingual mucosae, the inferior palatine mucosae and the lingual side of gums. • Inferior alveolar nerve: runs downward toward the mandible and, around the mandibular foramen, it passes through the sphenomandibular ligament and the mandible’s ramus to enter into the mandibular canal.

5 The Skull: Anterior Aspect The anterior aspect of the skull is composed by the maxilla, the mandible, the zygomatic, and the nasal bones. The orbital cavities are symmetrically located on the frontal side and contain the eyes and their annexes (Fig. 6). The frontal bone and the lesser wing of the sphenoid bone contribute to the constitution of the orbital walls for their superior aspect. The body of the maxilla and the orbital processes of zygomatic and palatine bones form the inferior aspect of the orbits; frontal process of maxilla, ethmoidal lamina papyracea, lacrimal Fig.

The sensory component origins from the semilunar ganglium located in the Meckel’s cave; pseudounipolar cells of the ganglium give rise to all the fibers directed to the face. They divide into three main branches: opthalmic nerve (V1), maxillary nerve (V2), and mandibular nerve (V3) (Fig. 24). 1 V2: Peripheral Branches • Greater palatine nerve: passes through the palatine canal, emerges from the omonimous foramen and runs ahead to innervate the dorsal palatal side of the gums and hard palate’s mucosae.

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