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Figure 2: (a-c) Axial cone-beam computed tomography slices of the second patient. (a) note the posterior fusion and interdigitating of more anterior parts. (b) Invert view. Note the fusion, parallel line portion, and interdigitating portion. Darker areas indicated denser parts (cortical vs. cancellous bone). (c) Comparison of gray scale range of two horizontal lines intersecting complete and incomplete fused parts. Darker areas indicated denser parts (cortical vs. cancellous bone). The center of these imaginary line was set at the midline bisecting the incisive foramen (i.e., corresponds to point 1.2 mm of the figure with 1.2 mm extension to each side)

Figure 2: (a-c) Axial cone-beam computed tomography slices of the second patient. (a) note the posterior fusion and interdigitating of more anterior parts. (b) Invert view. Note the fusion, parallel line portion, and interdigitating portion. Darker areas indicated denser parts (cortical vs. cancellous bone). (c) Comparison of gray scale range of two horizontal lines intersecting complete and incomplete fused parts. Darker areas indicated denser parts (cortical vs. cancellous bone). The center of these imaginary line was set at the midline bisecting the incisive foramen (i.e., corresponds to point 1.2 mm of the figure with 1.2 mm extension to each side)