Very interesting images. There are definitely a few places that look like possible cavitations. However personally I find it hard to see them from cone beam CT, the resolution is just not good enough. It’s hard to tell the difference between an actual cavitation,and just an area of low bone density, or just the scan itself.
Hospital CT is much better, since they fire that much more radiation at you. Can get much clearer images.
In my quest for resolution of health. I had both CT, and thermal imaging done on my face. The CT showed basically nothing. Thermal imaging, probably showed I ...
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