The use of CT scans in dental pathology is an established technique. The potential applications of Dentascan are further enhanced by the use of virtual navigation software, resulting in endoscopy-like imaging of the maxillary sinus, thus optimising both the diagnostic and therapeutic approach to sinus pathology of dental origin. The aim of this paper is to illustrate the technical-methodological aspects of maxillary sinus virtual esdoscopy with Dentascan software and to document the most important and frequent diseases.

Fanucci, E., Leporace, M., Di Costanzo, G., Mannino, M., & Simonetti, G. (2004). Virtual endoscopy in odontogenic s sinus disease. Study technique and main pathological findings. LA RADIOLOGIA MEDICA, 108(3), 225-237.

Virtual endoscopy in odontogenic s sinus disease. Study technique and main pathological findings

FANUCCI, EZIO;SIMONETTI, GIOVANNI MARIA EGISTO
2004

Abstract

The use of CT scans in dental pathology is an established technique. The potential applications of Dentascan are further enhanced by the use of virtual navigation software, resulting in endoscopy-like imaging of the maxillary sinus, thus optimising both the diagnostic and therapeutic approach to sinus pathology of dental origin. The aim of this paper is to illustrate the technical-methodological aspects of maxillary sinus virtual esdoscopy with Dentascan software and to document the most important and frequent diseases.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Settore MED/36 - Diagnostica per Immagini e Radioterapia
English
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Computed Tomography; Dental Radiology; Dentascan; Maxillary sinuses; Virtual endoscopy
PMID: 15343137
Fanucci, E., Leporace, M., Di Costanzo, G., Mannino, M., & Simonetti, G. (2004). Virtual endoscopy in odontogenic s sinus disease. Study technique and main pathological findings. LA RADIOLOGIA MEDICA, 108(3), 225-237.
Fanucci, E; Leporace, M; Di Costanzo, G; Mannino, M; Simonetti, Gme
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