Interpreting image positioning faults in Panoramic Radiography; improve your imaging… Mr Josh Galpin


Friday 3rd May, 1:45 PM – 2:30 PM, R7

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Patient positioning is one of the most important steps in the production of a good panoramic radiograph. Minor errors can result in partially uninterpretable radiographs that often impact on the area of interest. This session identifies a range of errors and required corrections to avoid the need for re-takes and to enhance your imaging techniques.

Learning Outcomes:
In this session we’ll:

Identify and interpret commonly seen positioning faults in panoramic radiography.
Discuss how positioning faults and errors occur.
Determine what we can modify in panoramic imaging to attain an ideal image.

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