panoramic x-ray film

pan·o·ram·ic x-·ray film

in dentistry, a radiograph taken to give a panoramic view of the entire upper and lower dental arch as well as the temporomandibular joints.

pan·o·ram·ic ra·di·o·graph

(pan'ŏ-ram'ik rā'dē-ō-graf)
Radiographic view of the maxillae and mandible extending from the left to the right glenoid fossae.
Synonym(s): panoramic x-ray film.

pan·o·ram·ic x-ray film

(pan'ŏ-ram'ik eks'rā film)
In dentistry, radiograph taken to give a panoramic view of the entire upper and lower dental arch and the temporomandibular joints.
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(2006) found such great differences between the real morphology of the mandibular condyle as compared to that of the panoramic X-ray film, that they stated that the data to be used for diagnostic purposes is quite limited.
(2000) conducted a study to determine the precision and accuracy of the measurements taken from 70 digital panoramic X-ray films of a cranium placed in seven different positions, finding that the distortion varied in the horizontal as well as in the vertical measurements, generally being the vertical measurements less reliable than the horizontal ones.