International Journal of Dentistry / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Accuracy of Linear Measurements of Galileos Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Normal and Different Head Positions

Table 1

Different physical and radiographic measured distances in molar, premolar, and anterior regions.

PhysicalCross-sectionalAxialTangential

Buccolingual lengthBetween 1st and 2nd markers++  
HeightBetween 1st and 3rd markers++
Mesiodistal lengthBetween 1st and 4th markers++

1st marker: placed on the embrasure of buccal alveolar crest.
2nd marker: placed on embrasure of lingual alveolar crest, perpendicular to the first marker.
3rd marker: placed on to the most apical region of buccal alveolar crest in the same direction with the first marker.
4th marker: placed on the adjacent tooth’s embrasure of buccal alveolar crest, next to the first marker.

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