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Fig. 3. Shape of FRR and MMO of 3 different cases. Case 1: CT image (A) and panoramic radiograph (B) of FRR show shapes of ring (arrow), plate (dotted arrow) and nodule (arrowhead). Case 2: CBCT image (C) and panoramic radiograph (D) of FRR reveal shape of shadow (arrow). Case 3: CBCT images (E and F) and panoramic radiograph (G) of MMO show shapes of nodule (E, arrow), plate (E, dotted arrow) and foci (F, arrow). FRR is observed on both CT/CBCT and panoramic image whereas MMO is not detected on panoramic radiograph. FRR, filler-related radiopacity; MMO, multiple miliary osteoma; CBCT, cone-beam computed tomography; CT, computed tomography.
Oral Biol Res 2021;45:125~134 https://doi.org/10.21851/obr.45.03.202109.125
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