Research Article| Volume 59, ISSUE 3, P302-305, March 1985

Computed tomography in the diagnosis of an odontogenic keratocyst

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      Computed tomography (CT) was found to be useful in the diagnosis of an odontogenic keratocyst. A CT scanner is described and its advantages, radiation dose levels, and limitations are discussed.
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