Intra-Oral Radiography Interpretation - Small Animal

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Interpretation of Intra-Oral Radiography
This section is part of Intra-Oral Radiography

For interpretation dental radiographs should be viewed using a viewing box with minimal peripheral light and preferably using magnification. It is recommended to radiograph the contralateral structures for comparative purposes.

Section Content:

Normal Radiographic Anatomy
Interpreting Developmental Abnormalities
Interpreting Periodontal Disease
Interpreting Endodontic Disease
Interpreting Tooth Resorption
Interpreting Traumatic Injuries

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