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Objectives: Three-dimensional computed tomography (3D-CT) of facial fractures has been reported as beneficial using surface (SR) and volume rendering (VR). There are controversial statements concerning the preferable algorithm. The purpose of this study was to evaluate and compare SR and VR for clinical 3D-CT in facial fractures on an experimental basis. Methods: Multislice CT was obtained in 22 patients with facial fractures using two data acquisition protocols. Five SR and VR post-processingdoi:10.1259/dmfr/22989395 pmid:16798916 fatcat:6m56xnhv7nckdkciggdhtw4a4m