orthopantomography


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or·tho·pan·to·mog·ra·phy

(ōrthō-pantŏ-mogră-fē)
A radiographic process that takes into account the jawline; by doing so, teeth in proximity of tissues can be readily visualized.
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General otolaryngological and stomatologic survey were applied, together with tests for definition of type of breath and degree of disturbance of nasal breath, taking photo of dentoalveolar complex (front and profile), Teleroentgenogram of skulls (under indications), jaw orthopantomography, biometric studying of models of jaws (Makhsudov and Navruzov, 2001).
ORTHOPANTOMOGRAPHY VERSUS CONE BEAM CT IN THE CANINE MESIODISTAL ANGLE MEASURING, IN 29 PATIENTS IN THE FINAL PHASE OF ORTHODONTICS TREATMENT (1)
The criteria for inclusion in the sample were the availability in their clinical records of an orthopantomography of adequate quality, and no history of medical or surgical disease that could affect the presence and development of permanent teeth, including third molors.