Complete the XII cranial nerves
Allows the combination use with Doppler Flow to analyse blood flow through a lesion
A very low radiation dose
Useful to diagnose salivary stones and thyroid and neck lesions
Allows visibility of soft tissue masses and cysts
No radiation necessary
Can be used to assess bone as well as soft tissues
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The picture shows a boy whose URA and URB have developed from a single tooth bud and have attempted to divide during their development. What is your diagnosis of this hard tissue developmental abnormality?