2D and 3D: A Hidden Truth

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2D and 3D: A Hidden Truth

Imaging guidance in detecting fractures in patient with motor vehicle accident (MVA) are predominantly on clinical examination and standard two-dimensional (2D) radiograph. However, more severe disfigurement facial fracture required three-dimensional (3D) images which provided by conventional computerized tomography (CT) for preoperative planning.

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) which provides a new class of 3D images which gives promising good results in determining facial fractures. CBCT has been utilized as a new method for maxillofacial imaging which not only produces images with a high diagnostic quality and isotropic submillimetre spatial resolution but to compare with conventional CT, it has lower radiation dose and shorter scanning time

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