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Objective: Phantoms with simulating mandibular trabecular bone structure fabricated using micro-stereolithography were applied for a quantitative evaluation of cone-beam computed tomography (CT) images. Materials and Methods: Phantoms with a three-dimensional lattice, in which a square pillar was set at 0.10, 0.20, 0.30 and 0.40 mm at the edge, spaced at 0.60 mm, were made of an acrylic resin using micro-stereolithography. Cone-beam CT with a 0.1 mm-cubic voxel was then performed, and a plotdoi:10.2535/ofaj.89.27 pmid:23117301 fatcat:h55sm3cpifgt3gek6b7mnclhae