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Original Article

Diffilcuties to define the most accurate and reproducible craniometrical points to perform a transversal analysis of the jaw with cone beam computed tomography: A systematic review

2017, Volumen 47, Número 2
Ximena Muñoz Castro, María Aurora Peiró Guijarro, Vicente Hérnandez Soler, Vanessa Paredes Gallardo y José Luis Gandia Franco
Máster de Ortodoncia de la Universidad de Valencia
 

Traditionally, orthodontists used posteroanterior cephalogram to diagnose transverse deficiency. This method presents a major inconvenience because of the superimposition of very distinct anatomical structures and the lack of precision in landmark identification. Because of the aforementioned problems, we decided to use intersection points between structures. The drawback in using the latter is that there can be projection errors if there is an inclination or head roll. Aim: The study’s purpose was to identify craniometrical points in order to perform a reliable transverse diagnosis. Methodology: We performed a systematic review of the existing literature (between 2000-2017) in four databases: PubMed, Embase, Cochrane and Scopus using the following key words: “Cone Beam Computed Tomography” AND “Jaw” Mesh terms. Results: After removing duplicates, we obtained 1,322 papers, of which we chose just 43 abstracts for analysis. Finally, using inclusion criteria, there were no published articles meeting the aforementioned parameters. Conclusion: It is very difficult to strictly define craniometrical points.  (Rev Esp Ortod. 2017;47(2):073-078)

 
 
Key words:
Cone beam computed tomography. Transverse dimension. Jaw. Transverse Discrepancy.
 
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