Anatomy Monday: Y line of Ennis (maxilla) 6

Today I am starting a new series for Mondays on anatomy. I will be showing different anatomical landmarks for both intraoral and extraoral radiographs.  This first entity I am showing is a radiographic anatomical landmark; the Y line of Ennis.  This is sometimes referred to as an Inverted Y.  It […]

Case of the week: Double Lingual Foramina 4

This weeks case is an interesting variant of normal anatomy – two lingual foramina seen on a periapical radiograph.  Some patients can have up to three lingual foramina. Note the two well-defined, circular radiolucent entities inferior to the mandibular central incisors.  The superior one is larger than the inferior one. […]

Case of the week: Normal pantomograph imaging mimicking disease 4

This week I wanted to show an area on pantomographs that I am frequently asked about.  The area I am talking about is the radiolucent area as noted by the yellow areas inferior to the mandibular posterior teeth. This area is typically where an observers eye are drawn due to […]