Dentists need to be able to study and analyze normal and abnormal structures of the temporomandibular joint area. This atlas provides a vast array of images of both healthy and pathologic joint structures. There is analysis of each and every image, together with a description of how the images were obtained. Featuring the latest diagnostic methods, this book provides a comprehensive reference that is suitable to both newcomers and expert professionals alike. The book is presented in a trilingual format (Spanish, Portuguese and English).
Conventional Studies Condylography Transcranial Techniques Parma Incidence Belot Incidence Schuller Incidence Linblom Incidence Orbital Incidence Modified Hirtz's Incidence Mentalis-Nasal Plaque Tomographic Studies Panoramic Radiography Laminography Linear Tomography Computerised Tomography Helical System in Computerised Tomography Double Helical System Tridimensional Reconstruction (3d) New Generation of High Resolution Volumetric 3d Ct Scans Temporomandibular Joint Computerised Tomography (Tmj) Anatomy Pathologies Bone Densitometry Gamma Ray Chamber Magnetic Resonance Magnetization The Hydrogen Nucleus Precession Resonance Excitation The Free Induction Decay Signal Pulse Parameters Weight and Contrast Spin Echo and Gradient Echo Imaging Slice Selection Phase Encoding Matrix Pulse Sequence Gradient Echo Sequences Contrast Media Safety in Magnetic Resonance Advances on Infrared Imaging on Temporomandibular Dysfunction