Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs: Episode 12: Detecting Malignancies
Dr. Bob Wood continues his series of presentations on the systematic interpretation of common dental radiographs. After presenting on abnormal acquired cysts, Dr. Wood goes through the systematic review of radiographs to detect malignancies.
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Chiraz Guessaier, CDA Oasis Manager
Oasis Moment (1.29")
Full Presentation (34.25")
Watch Previous Episodes
- 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
- View Episode 10: Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs: Infections of the Jaw
- View Episode 11: Systematic Interpretation of Common Dental Radiographs Episode 11: Abnormal Acquired Cysts