Patient movement and motion artefacts in cone beam computed tomography of the dentomaxillofacial region: a systematic literature review

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has emerged as a potentially low-dose CT technique for the visualization of bone structures in the head and neck region.1-4 In CBCT, one single rotation of the X-ray beam source is performed to collect the data needed to reconstruct the examined tissue volume; this increases the spatial resolution of the image sections and in most instances lowers the dose to the patient, compared with fan beam CT.3

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