National guidelines for dental diagnostic imaging in the developmental age

Maria Cristina Maggio, Sergio Salerno, Andrea Borghesi, Maurizio Bossu’, Luigi Paglia, Maria Cristina Firetto, Claudio Granata, Michele Nardone, Antonio Federici, Paolo Diotallevi, Daniela Corbella, Antonio Federici, Angelo Sodano, Antonella Abbinante, Mario Guerra, Luigi Rubino, Antonio Magi, Stefano Mirenghi, Giampiero Farronato, Paolo DiotalleviOsvaldo Rampado, Vincenzo Di Candido, Daniela Origgi, Alberto Torresin, Massimo Gagliani, Ersilia Barbato, Pietro Biondetti, Piero Cascone, Lorenzo Preda, Laura Strohmenger, Massimo Bellomi

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This document aims to support the dental professional in choosing the adequate diagnostic technique, minimising the radiation dose in observance of the As Low As Reasonably Achievable (ALARA) principle (7). This principle states that the biological cost can only be justifed when the beneft, that is,the diagnosis, outweighs the risk related to radiation exposure. In this guideline paper, we report recommendations for radiologists, medical physicists, paediatrician, dentists and maxillofacial surgeons, with reference to the specifc felds.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 2019

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging


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