This two-day course, a continuation of level I, will cover head and neck anatomy, the principles of interpretation, how to review a CBCT volume, guidelines for prescribing CBCT surveys, and using CBCT imaging to enhance patient safety. Participants will review the tools necessary for image manipulation via a hands-on software exercise and receive 20 CE credit hours upon course completion.
After this course, you will be able to:
-Identify 3-D anatomy in the cervical region, paranasal sinuses and base of skull
-Apply the principles of interpretation and systematically review a CBCT volume
-Understand the risks posed by CBCT technology/ionizing radiation and how to minimize exposure
-Understand what DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine) is and how to use it
-Review selection criteria and reporting