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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Assessment Of 3 Radiographic Methods (conventional Periapical, Digital Periapical, And Panoramic) Ni The Diagnosis Of Artificially Produced Periapical Lesions [avaliação De Três Métodos Radiográficos (periapical Convencional, Periapical Digital E Panorâmico) No Diagnóstico De Lesões Apicais Produzidas Artificialmente.]
Author: de Almeida S.M.
Boscolo F.N.
Haiter Neto F.
dos Santos J.C.
Abstract: This research was carried out in order to evaluate three radiographic methods--conventional periapical, digital periapical and panoramic--in the diagnosis of artificially produced periapical lesions. For this purpose, 5 mandibles, with lesions produced by means of spherical drills of different sizes, were used. The research was divided into five distinct phases, as follows: phase Z (initial)--characterized by the absence of lesion; phase R--lesion produced with a number 6 drill; phase J--lesion produced with a number 8 drill; phase D--lesion produced with a number 10 drill; and phase H--lesion reaching the vestibular cortex. The lesions were produced in quadrants. Radiographs were made after each phase and analyzed by 4 experts in radiology. For the digital system there was statistically significant difference in phase R (in the region of incisors) and in phase H (in the region of premolars). In the region of molars there was statistically significant difference in phase D for panoramic radiography. It must be pointed out that panoramic radiography produced the less effective results in phase H.
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Date Issue: 2001
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