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Canaray 177706

1. Slight decrease in size of mandible in 12 month interval

The prior scan (Canaray Case 134000, dated 9 November 2016, in greyscale) was overlaid on the current scan (pinkscale). The dentition exhibits orthodontic movement during this interval. The small buccal exostosis that was present in the mandibular body in the region buccal and apical to tooth 45 has reduced in size between the prior and current scans. No signs of recurrence of the ossifying fibroma are radiographically evident.

Orthogonal views of current scan

These orthogonal cross sectional images demonstrate the mid-left mandibular body from various perspectives, without any overlays. Note the complete healing of the bone in this region.

Overview from 2016-11-09 scan (Ref ID: 134000)

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Axial views of prior and current scans

These axial cross-sectional images demonstrate the prior scan (greyscale) overlaid on the current scan (pinkscale). The slight reduction in buccolingual width of the mandibular body in the premolar region is evident in these images, as is the orthodontic movement of the teeth in the time interval.

Coronal views of prior and current scans

These coronal cross sectional images demonstrate the prior scan (greyscale) overlaid on the current scan (pinkscale). The localized reduction in the size of the mandibular body in the region adjacent to the mental foramen is evident in these images.

Sagittal views of prior and current scans

These sagittal cross sectional images demonstrate the prior scan (greyscale) overlaid on the current scan (pinkscale). Note the significant orthodontic tooth movement in the time interval. The buccolingual change in the size of the mandibular body is not clearly visible in this view.