RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION. CDS 824. PERIAPICAL RADIOGRAPHS PANORAMIC RADIOGRAPHS BITEWING RADIOGRAPHS. Approach radiographic interpretation as you do all other aspects of evaluation – systematic and repetitive. NORMAL VS. ABNORMAL. Anatomy (hard tissue, soft tissue)
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Approach radiographic interpretation as you do all other aspects of evaluation – systematic and repetitive
View radiographs in a darkened area with a lighted viewbox
Full Mouth Series
Also known as the mylohyoid ridge – serves as attachment for the mylohyoid muscle
Appearance will be very regular – not anatomical like an amalgam
Helpful for viewing impacted teeth, bone lesions, and anatomical structures not captured on periapical films.