Table of contents for Radiographic cephalometry : from basics to 3-D / edited by Alexander Jacobson, Richard L. Jacobson.

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Table of Contents
1. The Significance of Radiographic Cephalometry
2. Twenty Centuries of Cephalometry
3. Radiographic Cephalometric Technique
4. Tracing Technique and Identification of Landmarks
5. Advantages and Accuracy of Digital Cephalometry
6. Downs¿ Analysis
7. Steiner Analysis
8. Ricketts Analysis
9. Wits Appraisal
10. McNamara Analysis
11. Tweed Analysis
12. The Geometry of Cephalometry
13. Superimposition of Cephalometric Radiographs 
14. Natural Head Position
15. Proportionate Analysis in a Mesh Coordinate System
16. Template Analysis
17. The Proportionate Template
18. Digital Application of the Proportionate Template
19. Soft Tissue Evaluation
20. Digital Imaging in Orthodontics
21. Cephalometric Imaging in 3-D 
22. 3-D Cephalometric Analysis
23. Posteroanterior Cephalometry: Craniofacial Frontal Analysis
24. How Reliable is Cephalometric Prediction?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teeth -- Radiology.
Cephalometry -- methods.
Imaging, Three-Dimensional -- methods.
Radiography, Dental -- methods.