Title: Interpretation of dental & maxillary roentgenograms
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Ivy, Robert Henry, 1881-1974
Subjects: Teeth Radiography Dentistry
Publisher: St. Louis : C. V. Mosby company
Contributing Library: West Virginia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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■■> Fig. 4.—Showing smooth prominences in floor of maxillary sinus overlying apices ofroots of premolar and molar teeth. (Cryer.) above the most dependent portion of the sinus, but lo-cated in its wall (Fig. 5). The floor of the maxillarysinus is usually found in relation to the roots of the molar 28 IXTEI! PRETATI(> X (11• ROENTGEN OGRAMS Ostiummaxillare
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stium maxillare First molar First molar Fig. 5.—Showing floor of maxillary sinus dipping down between roots of molar tooth,the apices thus being above the level of the floor. (Cryer.) Infraorbital sinus Infraorbital foramen Sound passing through infraorbital canal and foramen.
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