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karlynnae

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Provide three examples of anatomy beyond the oral cavity that a comprehensive CBCT interpretation must include regarding potential diseases and abnormalities.

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A comprehensive interpretation must include detection of conditions affecting anatomy beyond the oral cavity such as diseases and abnormalities noted in the nasal airways, paranasal sinuses, craniofacial structures, cervical vertebrae, and other tissues outside the dentition and supporting structures.

 

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