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Review Papers | Medicine Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015
Xeroradiography, Digital Radiography and Computerized Tomography: A Systemic Review
Abstract: Advanced diagnostic technologies are increasingly playing a more vital role in both data collection and assessment capabilities, and the utilization of the information obtained. Diagnostic modalities available to clinicians today expand greatly on the foundation of a comprehensive visual assessment, which has been and will be the cornerstone of the diagnostic process. The diagnostic clinician today is able to obtain a seemingly endless amount of information to assess the patients oral health, which in turn gives them and the patients other healthcare providers tremendous knowledge about the patients overall health and wellness. An excellent example is the advancement of radiographic imaging. In past five decade many advances came in radiology like computed tomography, Magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasonography, Arthrography, nuclear medicine, cone beam computed tomography establish perfect diagnosis that help in treatment planning. In some situations object and superior structures are overlapping to each other, in that case tomography, computed tomography, cone beam computed tomography will help in 3D contraction of the image. Soft tissue diagnosis in radiograph is quite difficult because less density, in such case magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography will help to reach a conclusion.
Keywords: Xeroradiography, Digital Radiography, Computerized Tomography
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 7, July 2015,
Pages: 223 - 227