Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs Episode 10: Infections of the Jaw
Dr. Bob Wood returns for the 10th episode of the series of video presentations to help clinicians systematically review and interpret radiographs.
Using real clinical cases and films, Dr. Wood takes a deep dive into using the observation checklist to enhance radiographic interpretation skills and identify infections of the jaw.
In this presentation, Dr. Wood discusses cases involving types of infections of the jaw.
- Overall degree of radiopacity and radiolucency.
- Anatomical position of the area of interest.
- Estimate of the origin, centre, epicentre.
- Border, periphery, margin of area of interest.
- Internal structure of area of interest.
- Effect on adjacent structure.
Watch more episodes in this series
- View Episode 1: A Systematic Approach to Using Radiology in the Dental Practice
- View Episode 2: Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Taking Radiographs
- View Episode3: Dental Radiography: Tools of the Trade
- View Episode 4: Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs
- View Episode 5: Seeing vs. Observing Pantomographs
- View Episode 6: Maximizing Your Diagnostic Yield
- View Episode 7: Not Caries, Not Perio Disease, Then What is it?
- View Episode 8: Using the Observation Checklist to Reach a Differential Diagnosis
- View Episode 9: Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs, Sussing Out the Four Remaining Cases
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