pantomograph anatomy


Anatomy Monday: Zygomatico-temporal suture   Recently updated !

I thought I’d have some fun with today’s anatomy by posting one that is not always visualized on pantomographs and sometimes is mistaken for a fracture when it is visualized.  The zygomatico-temporal suture is the junction of the zygomatic bone and temporal bone in the zygomatic arch.  It varies on […]


Anatomy Monday: Nasolabial Fold

Off to a fun anatomy to start the new year off and it’s been a while since I’ve shown a few more examples of this one. This one sometimes tricks a few people at first when trying to figure it out. This week is a soft tissue entity visible on both […]


Anatomy Monday: Zygomatic Process of the Maxilla

This anatomy can be tricky for some to visualize as its appearance is understood by knowing the direction of x rays and how they course through this process. So to try and show that I’m adding some 3D renderings from a CBCT scan. The zygomatic process of the maxilla appears […]