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MAXILLOFACIAL AND ORBITAL INJURIES EVALUATION BY THREE DIMENSIONAL MDCT
English

Shrishail Patil, Shivanand S Melkundi, Santosh Santosh
2015 Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences  
evaluating anterior maxillary wall fractures and frontal bone fractures. 2D and 3D CT were almost similar in evaluating fractures of nasal bone, zygomatic bone and zygomatic arch fractures. 3D CT was  ...  Coronal CT was better in detecting orbital floor, Orbital roof, Pterygoid plate fractures, Classification of Le Fort fractures and orbital floor blow out fractures. 3D CT was slightly better to 2D CT in  ...  Coronal CT was better for classification of Le Fort fractures and orbital floor blow out fractures. 3D CT was slightly better to 2D CT in detecting anterior maxillary wall fractures and frontal bone fractures  ... 
doi:10.14260/jemds/2015/1796 fatcat:cm6icq4cv5c73ozzxgcr3oakei

CT Imaging of facial trauma. Role of different types of reconstruction. Part I - bones

Jolanta Myga-Porosiło, Stanisław Skrzelewski, Wojciech Sraga, Hanna Borowiak, Zuzanna Jackowska, Ewa Kluczewska
2011 Polish Journal of Radiology  
in most cases of loose displaced bone fragments, except for fine structures such as the ethmoid bone and the inferior orbital wall. 1.  ...  The main aim of this work was to assess the value of multiplanar and three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction computed tomography (CT) images obtained by using multi-detector row technology in spiral data  ...  Multiple fractures of nasal bones, maxillary sinuses, orbits and nasal septum. Liquid in maxillary sinuses. Soft tissue emphysema. Figure 4 . 4 Axial CT scan. Multifocal fracture of mandible.  ... 
pmid:22802815 pmcid:PMC3389904 fatcat:3qqooxauqbhvxf3uyfon4tdzsq

VRT in Traumatic Maxillo-Facial Injuries; Is it of an Added Value Compared to Axial and Reconstructed CT Images?

HANY EL-ASSALY, M.D.
2020 The Medical journal of Cairo University  
of utilizing 3D VRT computed tomography with image reconstruction compared to axial CT images.  ...  Commonest fractures were seen at the maxillary sinuses (in 43% of the cases) followed by the nasal bones, zygomatic arches, mandible and orbital bony boundaries.  ...  (D) 3D reconstructed images CT images showing right maxillary lateral wall, roof and floor fractures with right orbital lateral wall fracture and nasal bone fractures.  ... 
doi:10.21608/mjcu.2020.94004 fatcat:xntocqzjwjagnghdclo7sm5wpm

The role of multi detector computerized tomography in evaluation of maxillofacial fractures

Moustafa A. Kader A. Wahab, Mohamed A. Ibraheim, Naser Mohamed Osman
2014 The Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine  
It was found that the nasal bone is most common to be fractured (found in 19 cases), followed by maxillary bone (17 cases), zygomatic bone (10 cases), mandibular bone (8 cases) and the pterygoid plates  ...  Objective: The purpose of our study was to assess the role of multi-detector CT in the evaluation of maxillofacial fractures.  ...  Conflict of interest All authors have materially participated in the research preparation and agreed for the submission.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejrnm.2013.11.003 fatcat:yj3u525eh5e7rgv3rtpwylwqce

CT Imaging of facial trauma. The role of different types of reconstruction. Part II - soft tissues

Jolanta Myga-Porosiło, Stanisław Skrzelewski, Wojciech Sraga, Hanna Borowiak, Zuzanna Jackowska, Ewa Kluczewska
2011 Polish Journal of Radiology  
Multiplanar CT reconstructions increase the effectiveness of imaging of orbital tissue herniations, especially in case of fractures in the inferior orbital wall.  ...  However, 2D reconstructions were superior to transverse plane images with regard to herniations into fractures of the inferior orbital wall. 3D reconstruction has no importance in diagnosing soft tissue  ...  Figure 1 . 1 Axial CT scan. Left maxillary sinus filled with liquid. Soft tissue emphysema. Figure 4 . 4 Multiplanar sagittal reconstruction.  ... 
pmid:22802816 pmcid:PMC3389910 fatcat:pjq7i4tksrecjn7ht3lz43ouvi

Assessment of Maxillary Fracture Risk Using Classification of the Mandibular Inferior Cortical Shape by Pantomography

Marie Noda, Yusuke Kawashima, Kotaro Ito, Naohisa Hirahara, Eri Sawada, Norihito Iizuka, Takashi Kaneda
2018 Journal of Hard Tissue Biology  
The presence of maxillary fractures and the classification of the mandibular inferior cortical shape were compared using pantomography.  ...  The purpose of this study was to assess the risk of maxillary fracture by classification of the mandibular inferior cortical shape using pantomography.  ...  High-resolution computed tomography (CT) with multiplanar reformats and 3D postprocessing has become a standard part of the assessment of facial trauma because of the exquisite sensitivity of this imaging  ... 
doi:10.2485/jhtb.27.117 fatcat:tojqgcnnqngphcvllmthogxcdy

3D PERSPECTIVE OF MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA
English

Surekha B, Srinivasa Babu C.R
2016 Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare  
CONCLUSION Continuing advances in computer software algorithms and improved precision in the acquisition of radiographic data makes 3D reformatted CT imaging a necessary complement to traditional 2D CT  ...  imaging in the management of complex facial trauma.  ...  The 3D images were found to be inferior in the assessment of detection, extent and displacement of fractures in the nasoorbitoethmoid region when compared to axial images in most patients.  ... 
doi:10.18410/jebmh/2016/183 fatcat:oxivshewkvfa5m3zc77guszhru

Computed Tomography evaluation of maxillofacial injuries

V Natraj Prasad, Ashish Khanal
2017 Journal of College of Medical Sciences-Nepal  
Maxillary sinus was the commonest fracture (36%) followed by nasal bone and zygomatic bone (30%), mandible and orbital bones (28%). Soft tissue swelling was the commonest associated finding.  ...  It was most common in 31-40 years (26%) and 21-30 (24%) years age group.  ...  of using 3D CT reconstructed image over axial CT images in patients with maxillofacial injuries.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jcmsn.v12i4.16372 fatcat:5iw5oz5muffslkwv6erhx2d2ni

The Comprehensive AOCMF Classification System: Radiological Issues and Systematic Approach

Carl-Peter Cornelius, Joachim Prein, Christoph Kunz, Antonio Ieva, Laurent Audigé, Carlos Buitrago-Téllez
2014 Craniomaxillofacial Trauma & Reconstruction  
In this tutorial, the radiological issues according to each level of the classification are described.  ...  Correct imaging acquisition, systematic analysis, and interpretation according to the anatomic and surgical relevant structures in the CMF regions are essential for an accurate, reproducible, and comprehensive  ...  structures adequately, including nasal bones, inferior orbital rims, anterior orbital floors (inferior wall), and zygomas.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0034-1389565 pmid:25489396 pmcid:PMC4251726 fatcat:bzc3vglnyvb35ddoxe3j62ycee

Multidetector Computed Tomographic Evaluation of Patterns of Facial Bone Fractures

Dr Gomathiponshankar Ilayappan, Department of Radiodiagnosis, Rajah Muthiah Medical College Hospital and Hospital (RMMCH), Annamalai University, Chidambaram
2018 Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research  
CT scan of facial bones was taken on the advice of the casualty medical officer and images were acquired using Alexion 4-Slice CT (Toshiba) scanner using analyzed at the CT console. 3D images were compared  ...  Frontal and maxillary bone fractures were detected easily using 3D and their displacement pattern in patients with complex midface region fractures could be easily described.  ...  Fox in his study has found that 3D images were interpreted more rapidly and accurately and that 3D CT was more accurate particularly in assessing zygomatic bone fractures but was the same was inferior  ... 
doi:10.18535/jmscr/v6i10.92 fatcat:lgenz3n6ebajhjhfnx7azwk7ue

Association between Maxillary Posterior Teeth Periapical Odontogenic Lesions and Maxillary Sinus Mucosal Thickening: A 3D Volumetric Computed Tomography Analysis

Regimantas Simuntis, Paulius Tušas, Ričardas Kubilius, Marijus Leketas, Nora Šiupšinskienė, Saulius Vaitkus
2020 Sinusitis  
The aim of this study was to evaluate the association between maxillary posterior teeth periapical odontogenic lesions and maxillary sinus mucosal (MSM) thickening by using volumetric 3D CT analysis.  ...  Methods: A total of 83 subjects with apical periodontitis around maxillary posterior teeth and maxillary sinus mucosal thickening were selected. 3D models of maxillary sinus mucosa and apical lesions were  ...  (A) segmented 3D view of maxillary sinus mucosa (red) and periapical bone lesion (blue); (B) cross-section of maxillary sinus mucosa, maximum thickening area; (C) 3D location of periapical bone destruction  ... 
doi:10.3390/sinusitis4010003 fatcat:uulu2hq3mjhw5lfkitqkio4kry

Clinical and Radiological Classification of the Jawbone Anatomy in Endosseous Dental Implant Treatment

Gintaras Juodzbalys, Marius Kubilius
2013 eJournal of Oral Maxillofacial Research  
and risk of inferior alveolar nerve injury, aesthetic considerations in aesthetic zone, as well as to suggest new classification system of the jawbone anatomy in endosseous dental implant treatment.  ...  The classifications suggested for assessment of the jawbone anatomy, diagnostic possibilities of mandibular canal identification and risk of inferior alveolar nerve injury, aesthetic considerations in  ...  Norton and Gamble [27] measured the bone density in the posterior mandible using SimPlant software (3D Diagnostix, Boston, MA, USA) and concluded that the mean CT value was 669.6 HU.  ... 
doi:10.5037/jomr.2013.4202 pmid:24422030 pmcid:PMC3886111 fatcat:wtbcesdhqzc4lc7o5yvffouvjq

Usefulness of Cone Beam Computed Tomography for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology [chapter]

Márcio Diniz-Freitas, Javier Fernández-Feijoo, Lucía García-Caballero, Maite Abeleira, Mercedes Outumuro, Jacobo Limeres-Pose, Pedro Diz-Dios
2017 Computed Tomography - Advanced Applications  
images and dynamic navigation over an area of interest in real time, with a short scan time and lower dose of radiation than conventional computed tomography (CT).  ...  As a consequence, this radiological technique represents an interesting complement to conventional radiology in those clinical situations in which 3D imaging can facilitate diagnosis and/or treatment.  ...  CBCT, as an alternative to CT, has become more widely accepted as a diagnostic technique for 3D imaging in jaw lesions [42, 43] .  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.68313 fatcat:6zbk4fplj5bvlnatnhdmsx7k44

Intraosseous Neurofibroma and Concurrent Involvement of the Mandible, Maxilla and Orbit: Report of a Case

Zahra Dalili, Gholamhossein Adham
2012 Iranian Journal of Radiology  
Cone beam CT (CBCT) was performed for better evaluation of the extension and form of the maxillary and mandibular lesions.  ...  of bony and soft tissue neurofibroma.  ...  cystlike lesion in inferior portion of right ramus with thinning and expansion of cortical portion; C, 3D reconstructed image showing gross deformity of maxilla and mandible on the right side.  ... 
doi:10.5812/iranjradiol.6684 pmid:23329961 pmcid:PMC3522340 fatcat:lwlc77z6j5hanjrmflfnnshkwe

Facial fractures: classification and highlights for a useful report

Eva Gómez Roselló, Ana M. Quiles Granado, Miquel Artajona Garcia, Sergi Juanpere Martí, Gemma Laguillo Sala, Briggitte Beltrán Mármol, Salvador Pedraza Gutiérrez
2020 Insights into Imaging  
Conceptualized when low-speed trauma was predominant, the Le Fort classification system has become less relevant giving more importance on maxillary occlusion-bearing segments.  ...  In orbital fractures, entrapment of the inferior rectus muscles can lead to diplopia, so it is important to assess its positioning and morphology.  ...  The authors thank John Giba for help in English correction. Authors' contributions  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13244-020-00847-w pmid:32193796 fatcat:cjo5gfmtprhm3d5qqs4shiqe6u
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