CBCT Diagnosis

by Larry Emmott on July 19, 2011

in Diagnostics,Radiography

Image artifacts such as noise, scatter, and beam hardening are inevitable in the 3D imaging world. But many dental practitioners remain unaware of them and the impact they can have on diagnostic accuracy. The  following Dr. Bicuspid (registration required) article explains.

With the advent of more affordable cone-beam CT systems (CBCT), a growing number of dental practitioners are investing in this equipment. But the increasing adoption of CBCT begs a parallel demand for users to correctly analyze and diagnose the resulting 3D volume datasets.

via DrBicuspid Imaging.

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