cephalometric tracing


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ceph·a·lo·met·ric trac·ing

an overlay drawing or tracing of the teeth, facial bones, and anthropometric landmarks made directly from a cephalometric radiograph and used as a basis for cephalometric analysis.

cephalometric tracing

a line drawing of structural outlines of craniofacial landmarks and facial bones made directly from a cephalometric radiogram.

ceph·a·lo·met·ric trac·ing

(sefă-lō-metrik trāsing)
Overlay drawing of the teeth, facial bones, and anthropometric landmarks made directly from a cephalometric radiograph and used as a basis for cephalometric analysis.

cephalometric tracing,

n a tracing of selected structures from a cephalometric radiograph made on translucent drafting paper or film for purposes of measurement and evaluation.
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The cephalometric tracings were reevaluated by the same investigator after 1 month.
In the past Two-dimensional (2D) diagnostic imaging, including traditional radiographs, cephalometric tracings, photographs and video imaging, has been a part of the orthodontic patient record.
The dental, skeletal and soft tissue measurements were investigated using pre- and post treatment lat- eral cephalometric tracings exposed at the beginning and end of treatment.