Ultraschall und Röntgen

Gibt es wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Vergleich von TAU (Transition Alveolar Ultrasonography), Ultraschall und Röntgen?

Bouquot J, Martin W, Wrobleski G. Computer-based thru-transmission sonography (CTS) imaging of ischemic osteonecrosis of the jaws - a preliminary investigation of 6 cadaverjaws and 15 pain patients. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral RadiolEndod 2001; 92:550.

Bouquot JE, Shankland WE II, Margolis M. Through-transmission alveolar ultrasonography (TAU) - new technology for evaluation of bone density and desiccation. Comparison with radiology of 170 biopsied alveolar sites of osteoporotic and ischemic disease Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral RadiolEndod 2002; 93:

Wesley E. Shankland, II, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D.: Medullary and Odontogenic Disease in the Painful Jaw: Clinicopathologic Review of 500 Consecutive Lesions. In: THE JOURNAL OF CRANIOMANDIBULAR PRACTICE OCTOBER 2002, VOL. 20, NO. 4, 295-303)

Bouquot JE, Shankland WE II, Margolis M, Glaros W, Through-transmission alveolar ultrasonography (TAU) – new technology for detection of Iow bone density of the jaws. Comparison with radiology for 92 osteoporotic alveolar sites with histopathologic confirmation. . Proceedings, annual meeting, American Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, New Orleans, April, 2002.

 

Zusammenfassung dieser klinischen Studien:

“TAU was proven to be accurate at more that 99.99% in all cases totaling over 3,742 patients in peer reviewed studies. Comparing the TAU to X-Ray and enhanced MRI, the TAU was more than 2 times as accurate than the MRI and 3 times more accurate than X-ray.”