NBDE-II Medical Dental Board Exams Part I
Question:149 Anatomically, the term "clinical root"• can be defined as which of the following: A. The space in the tooth that contains the pulp or "nerve" of the tooth B. The line that separates the anatomic crown from the clinical root C. The portion of the tooth that is covered with cementum, which is a bone-like substance that helps to anchor the tooth in its bony socket D. Part of the root that is actually embedded in the jaw Answer:C The anatomical root is that portion of the tooth that is covered with cementum, a thin layer of calcified (tough calcium deposits) tissue covering the dentine of the root. Question:150 Which of the following is the only movable bone of the skull (head)?
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