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Diagnostics Home work Chapter 11, 16-20 Emily Algarin 9/8/19 Chapter 11 Iannucci Review Questions 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. T 7. F 8. T 9. T 10.F Ing Chapter 16 Iannucci Review Questions 1. F 2. I 3. B 4. J 5. E 6. D 7. G 8. A 9. H 10.C 11.Periapical examination, interproximal examination, occlusal examination. 12.The periapical examination is used to examine the entire tooth and supporting bone. The type of receptor is a periapical receptors and it is used to show the terminal end of the tooth and surrounding bone as well as the
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crown. There are two types of techniques used to obtain a periapical image. One is the parallel technique and the second is the bisecting technique. Interproximal examination is used to examine the crown of both maxillary and mandibular teeth on a single image. The type of imaging receptor is a bite-wing receptor. The bite-wing technique is used in interproximal examine where the patient “bites” on a “wing” to stabilize the receptor. An Occlusal examination is used to examine large areas of the maxilla and mandible on one image. The type of receptor is and occlusal receptor and the term occlusal suggest s the patient “occludes” or bites on the entire receptor. The occlusal technique is used in occlusal examination. 13. Dental images must display optimal density, contrast, definition, and detail. Dental images must display the least amount of distortion as possible; the images must be of the same shape and size as the object being imaged. The complete mouth series must include images that show all tooth-bearing areas, including dentulous and edentulous regions. Periapical images must show the entire crown and root of the teeth being examined, as well as 2 to 3 mm beyond the root. Finally, the bite-wing images must show open contacts or interproximal spaces. 14. Panoramic radiographs, lateral jaw, lateral cephalometric, posteroanterior, waters, submentovertex, reverse Towne, transcranial and tomorgraphic projections. 15.Prescribing any dental images is based on individual needs of the patient. Chapter 17 Iannucci Review Questions 1. H 2. G 3. E 4. F 5. A 6. B 7. C 8. D 9. Magnification and distortion 10.Beam Alignment device
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11.Extension cone paralleling 12.Size 1 13.Size 2 14.Rinn XCP 15. Maxillary arch parallel to the floor; and midsagittal line perpendicular to the floor.
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