orthopantograph

orthopantograph

(or″thō-păn′tō-grăf)
A panoramic radiographic device that images the entire dentition, alveolar bone, and other contiguous structures on a single extraoral film.

orthopantograph (ôr´thōpan´tōgraf),

n a panoramic radiographic device (Panorex) that permits visualization of the entire dentition, alveolar bone, and other contiguous structures on a single extraoral film.
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The patients with dental problems underwent examination by a dentist, which included an orthopantograph.
The orthopantograph showed there was rapid loss of alveolar attachment and the affected remaining teeth lacked osseous support.
An orthopantograph was normal, as was computed tomography (CT) of the paranasal sinuses.