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No change of postsurgical defect in 13 month interval
The prior scan (Canaray Case 130358 dated 3 October 2016, greyscale) was overlaid on the current scan (pinkscale). The osseous structures in the posterior right maxilla perfectly align, which suggests that zero changes have occurred to the bone in this region in the 13 month interval between scans. No recurrences are evident
Orthogonal views of prior and current scan
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the prior scan (greyscale) and current scan (pinkscale) overlaid upon each other. Note the absence of any changes to the osseous structures between scans. Incidentally, the mucosa overlying the right inferior nasal concha is larger in the current scan than the prior scan. This is a non-significant finding
Orthogonal views of current scan
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the osseous structures in the posterior right maxilla in the current scan without any overlays
Orthogonal views of prior scan
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the appearance of the posterior right maxillary and the prior scan (Canaray Case 130358 dated 3 October 2016) without any overlays
Image from 2016-10-03 scan (130358)
VERY MUCH COPIED FROM PREV REPORT!!
Orthogonal views of the post surgical defect
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the presence of a well-defined, corticated, irregularly shaped defect along the buccal aspect of the alveolar process at site 18. The alveolar bone appears otherwise normal, and there are no radiographic signs of recurrence.
No evidence of recurrence in posterior right maxilla
There are no radiographic signs of recurrence in the posterior right maxilla. Aside from the post-surgical defect, the alveolar bone appears normal radiographically. The right maxillary sinus is clear and free of pathology. The the walls and floor of the right maxillary sinus appear normal and intact.