The computed tomographic studies obtained routinely in the examination of patients with congenital defects of facial bones can be utilized as a substrate to provide an accurate three-dimensional representation of osseous abnormalities. It is a useful tool for the maxillo-facial surgeon in clinical application, in diagnosis, accurate measurements, preoperative planning and post-operative follow-up. The experience of the Division of Maxillo-Facial Surgery of Bellaria Hospital and of the Radiological Department of Instituto Rizzoli at Bologna is presented.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 1993|
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