Accuracy of cone-beam computed tomography…

by Larry Emmott on January 21, 2010

in Diagnostics,Radiography

I am a big cheeleader for new technologies. However I also recognize the need to step back and evaluate these new technologies on a scientific basis in addition to my usual WOW that is sooo cool approach. So for your reading pleasure here is a link to an actual scientific article that finds Cone Beam CT to be an accurate diagnostic tool. (HT Dental Imaging Center)

diagnostic accuracy of CBCT-was significantly greater than all other modalities

via Accuracy of cone-beam computed tomography imaging of the temporomandibular joint: Comparisons with panoramic radiology and linear tomography.

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