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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Evaluation Of Accuracy And Reliability Of Oneceph Digital Cephalometric Analysis In Comparison With Autoceph Digital Cephalometric Analysis

Author: AKSHAY MOHAN, HARISH BABU
Abstract: This study was done to evaluate the accuracy and reliability of linear and angular measurements obtained from OneCeph Digital cephalometric tracing and AutoCeph digital cephalometric tracing. This is a retrospective cross-sectional study done on 50 pre-treatment lateral cephalograms were selected from the database of a postgraduate orthodontic clinic. The digital images of each cephalogram were imported directly into OneCeph app and AutoCeph for digitalization and fifteen anatomical landmarks were plotted on each cephalogram to evaluate eleven parameters of Steiner’s cephalometric analysis. Intra operator reliability was also evaluated after 1 week using Cronbach’s Alpha. Mean, standard deviation and standard error of the measurement done for Steiner’s analysis using AutoCeph and OneCeph tracing was done on 50 lateral cephalograms. Independent T- sample test was done between the mean values of AutoCeph tracing and OneCeph tracing. Intra operator reliability was assessed using Cronbach’s Alpha and was estimated to be 0.83. The reliability and accuracy of OneCeph software application was at par with AutoCeph tracing as there was no statistically significant difference observed between both the groups as the p-value was greater than 0.05 for all the parameters
Keyword: OneCeph, Cephalometric analysis, Steiner’s analysis, manual cephalometric analysis, mobile applications, AutoCeph cephalometric digital tracing
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.304
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