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Radiographic Units, Dental, Intraoral

Definition : Dental radiographic units for which the dental film is placed inside the patient's mouth. These units are used for imaging of crowns and the upper third of the roots of both upper and lower teeth (bitewing image), the full tooth structure (periapical image), or the masticating surface of the premolars and molars (occlusal image). In these units, the x-ray tube is usually located in a cylindrical tube head mounted on an articulating arm positioned according to the view desired.

Entry Terms : "Intraoral Radiographic Units"

UMDC code : 18426

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