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Panoramic 2D Pathology and CBCT 3D Pathology

Speakers: Dr. Mel Mupparapu and Dr. Steven R. Singer

November 9, 2024

ACDE Webinar Series

ACDE (Association for Continuing Dental Education)

The Association for Continuing Dental Education (ACDE), along with 37 of its member schools, is jointly providing a series of live webinars. This series features university-based key opinion leaders presenting numerous topics on multiple dates and times. Presentations are available to meet every dental professional’s schedule and interests.

Course Description

This course will employ examples from our radiology clinic to illustrate both normal and pathologic findings seen on Panoramic and Cone-beam Computed Tomography images

  • At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

    • Understand indications for prescribing panoramic and Cone-Beam Computed Tomography imaging.
    • Identify normal 2D and 3D anatomy of the orofacial structures.
    • Describe the radiographic appearance of lesions.
    • Provide a differential diagnosis for common odontogenic and non-odontogenic lesions.
  • This webinar will be held on Zoom.

    Instructions will be sent to you by email closer to the course start date on how to access the Zoom meeting.

  • Cancellations made more than 10 calendar days before the course start date will receive a full refund. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made within 10 calendar days of the course start date.

    Refunds will not be issued for registrants who do not attend, regardless of reason for absence.

    Registrations cannot be transferred to another individual.

    To cancel your registration, please follow the link and instructions provided in the registration confirmation email. If you are eligible for a refund, the refund will be processed automatically upon cancellation. Please allow 3-5 business days for the transaction to be completed.

    Continuing Dental Education (University of Toronto) reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient registrations, instructor cancellation, or unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. In the event of course cancellation, a full refund will be issued, and registrants will be notified promptly. We are not liable for any associated losses, damages, or expenses, including travel and accommodations.

  • After completing this course, a certificate of completion that indicates the number of Continuing Education (CE) points earned will be sent to you within 7-10 days by email.


Dr. Mupparapu is the Director of Radiology and Imaging in the Department of Oral Medicine at the School of Dental Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.  A former Fulbright Scholar for the United States Department of the State, Dr. Mupparapu teaches maxillofacial pathology, medicine, and imaging to DMD students, Hospital residents and to the GPR program residents at the Veterans Affairs Hospital, Philadelphia. He is also a clinical professor at the Rutgers University School of Dental Medicine, Newark in the Department of Diagnostic Sciences.

Dr. Singer is Professor and Chair of the Department of Diagnostic Sciences and Interim Director of the Division of Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. He graduated from New York University College of Dentistry in 1982 and practiced general dentistry for over 25 years while teaching Oral Radiology. Additionally, he is an International Professor at Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences in Guntur, India. Dr. Singer has co-authored over 65 peer reviewed publications and 150 abstracts. He has presented at national and international meetings and has delivered numerous continuing education courses. He serves on several editorial boards and as an ad hoc reviewer for several journals, in addition to leadership roles in a number of professional organizations.

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