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Enhancing Radiographic Interpretation in Endodontics

Diagnostic radiology includes defining and differentiating various normal structures in addition to establishing the existence and kind of pathosis. It also requires determining root and pulp anatomy. Not only must the roots and canals be recognised and counted, but also atypical tooth structure, such as dens invaginatus and a C-shaped arrangement, as well as curvatures, canal relationships, and canal position, must be identified. Characterizing the cross-sectional structure of certain roots and canals is another aspect of identification.

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Diagnostic radiology includes defining and differentiating various normal structures in addition to establishing the existence and kind of pathosis. It also requires determining root and pulp anatomy. Not only must the roots and canals be recognised and counted, but also atypical tooth structure, such as dens invaginatus and a C-shaped arrangement, as well as curvatures, canal relationships, and canal position, must be identified. Characterizing the cross-sectional structure of certain roots and canals is another aspect of identification.