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Horner/Drage/Brettle: Twenty-First Century Imaging
Horner, Keith / Drage, Nicholas / Brettle, David

Twenty-First Century Imaging

Reihe: QuintEssentials of Dental Practice, Volume 28
1st Edition 2008
Hardcover, 184 Seiten, 204 Abbildungen
Sprache: Englisch
Fachgebiete: Röntgenologie und Fotografie, Zahnheilkunde allgemein

Artikelnr.: 31271
ISBN 978-1-85097-097-2
Quintessence Publishing, Vereinigtes Königreich

 20.00 € (bislang 42.00 €) 
Imaging is a key part of clinical practice. To maximise the potential benefit to their patients, dentists need to have an understanding of how imaging systems work. In the 21st century, we are faced with major technological developments in radiology, of which many dentists will be unfamiliar. This book aims to address these challenges by providing a comprehensive introduction to state-of-the-art dental imaging, in particular to the complexities of digital radiology and the advanced techniques available for cross-sectional imaging.

Chapter 01. The Historical Perspective
Chapter 02. Intraoral X-ray Equipment and Imaging
Chapter 03. Panoramic Equipment and Imaging
Chapter 04. Conventional Image Receptors
Chapter 05. Digital Imaging
Chapter 06. Direct Digital Imaging
Chapter 07. Indirect Digital Imaging
Chapter 08. Image Storage and Handling
Chapter 09. Implant Imaging
"21st Century Imaging is an essential text that the new GDP [general dental practitioner] is advised to acquire and read through a couple of times before making any decisions about equipping a surgery for imaging in primary dental care. The same recommendation applies to the established practitioner thinking of re-equipping, and to both old and new practitioners seeking to set up referral pathways."
Malcolm G. H. Bishop, MSc, BDS, LDS.; Primary Dental Care (October 2009)