1) Diagnosis of maxillofacial diseases by CT, MRI and PET imaging
2) Advantages of cone-beam CT for clinical dentistry
3) Development of high resolution MRI technology.
4) Novel MRI techniques for TMJ disorders.
5) Factors determining radioresistance of oral and maxillofacial cancers.
Lectures & Courses
Oral and maxillofacial radiology is a branch of dental science which deals with the effective application of radiation energy to the diagnosis and treatment of oral and maxillofacial diseases. Main objective of oral and maxillofacial radiology in the graduate course is to provide students opportunity to study advanced imaging modalities including digital imaging, cone-beam CT, multi-detector row CT and MRI, and also to study image processing and image analysis technology. Students are also taught on basic radiation oncology and its related laboratory technology depending on their research project.
Clinical Services & Other Works
Oral and maxillofacial radiology clinic provides a full spectrum of imaging examinations and diagnosis, including CT and MRI. Non-invasive, interventional radiology for patients with salivary gland stone is also performed in the clinic.