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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: A traced panoramic radiograph used in the examination. The numbers in the figure represent the following anatomical landmarks: (1) External acoustic foramen, (2) Condylar head, (3) Articular eminence, (4) Zygomatic arch, (5) Mandibular canal, (6) Hyoid bone, (7) Coronoid process, (8) Styloid process, (9) Cervical vertebrae, (10) Mastoid air cells, (11) Infra-orbital foramen, (12) Infraorbital border, (13) Pterygopalatine fossa, (14) Mental foramen, (15) Dorsum of the tongue (Ghost image), (16) Soft palate, (17) Ear lobe, (18) Middle nasal concha, (19) Middle nasal meatus, (20) Inferior nasal concha, (21) Hard palate, (22) Anterior nasal spin, (23) Mandibular notch, (24) Posterior pharyngeal wall

Figure 1: A traced panoramic radiograph used in the examination. The numbers in the figure represent the following anatomical landmarks: (1) External acoustic foramen, (2) Condylar head, (3) Articular eminence, (4) Zygomatic arch, (5) Mandibular canal, (6) Hyoid bone, (7) Coronoid process, (8) Styloid process, (9) Cervical vertebrae, (10) Mastoid air cells, (11) Infra-orbital foramen, (12) Infraorbital border, (13) Pterygopalatine fossa, (14) Mental foramen, (15) Dorsum of the tongue (Ghost image), (16) Soft palate, (17) Ear lobe, (18) Middle nasal concha, (19) Middle nasal meatus, (20) Inferior nasal concha, (21) Hard palate, (22) Anterior nasal spin, (23) Mandibular notch, (24) Posterior pharyngeal wall