Sharing Additional Images with an Oral Radiologist In many instances a referring dentist may need to upload additional files to a case that has already been submitted through the website. Whether additional intraoral images, cone beam dicom image files, or even a document with patient history or previous notes; you can upload any number or […]
CBCT Case Interpretation presentation. Recent trauma experiencing pain and sinus tract/ fistula near anterior teeth. Investigating CBCT volume for possible fracture. Rule out artifact from metal and fiber posts. Transcript will be posted here when available.
Dr. Mecham’s online CE course for dentaltown.com was just released. The title is Intro to CBCT Interpretation, Part 1: Oral Cavity, Nasal Fossa, Paranasal Sinuses. It is an hour-long course for $36 and participants can receive 1.75 CE credits. Please find the link here
I was just commenting on a lesion posted on twitter and I thought this would make a good blog post. @Vitaltooth posted this image, a single slice from a CT scan. 54/M c.o of Swelling in Lft Lower Facial Region since 2 weeks. Axial CT scan of Pt revealed ……… Let’s list what we can […]
The AAOMR Annual Session was last week in Indianapolis. The organization is small enough that everyone knows everyone, or at least you recognize everyone there. The highlight for me was when Dr. John Preece spoke on radiation risk on Friday morning. He began the lecture pretending to be an early 20th century opposer of radiology, […]
It has been long overdue, but we recently moved the website to a secure cloud hosting service. This means better reliability, security and performance. CBCT uploads should be faster than ever. If you had trouble logging in or accessing your radiology reports over the last week, this should be resolved now as all the data […]