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  1. What types of blood vessels are effected most by radiation?
    capillaries and arterioles; causes swelling, degeneration and necrosis of the endothelium
  2. Place in the correct order the pathophysiologic sequence of radiation induced wound healing defect

    A Trauma induced or spontaneous tissue breakdown
    B Radiation
    C Development of hypervascular hypocellular hypoxic tissue
    D Nonhealing wound
    B D A B
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. What is 3 H tissue?
    Hypovascular, Hypocellular Hypoxic tissue, induced by radiation
  4. The circular pattern of radiation injury establishes an injury pattern of gradual _______ gradients.
    oxygen
  5. Which type of radiotherapy is most common?

    External beam
    Interstitial/implant seed
    Neutron beam
    External beam
  6. Which of the following is NOT a treatment for acute radiation mucositis?

    analgesics
    topical lidocaine
    antibiotics
    peridex
    antibiotics; peridex is used to reduce bacterial colonization of ulcers
  7. Radiation mucositis is self limiting, in that it develops in the last ___ weeks of treatment and may extend for ____ month(s) after therapy.
    • 3 weeks
    • 1 month
  8. what are three characteristics of radiation mucositis?
    D
    M
    F
    S
    • diffuse erythema w/ pain
    • mucosal ulcerations
    • fibrous exudate
    • self limiting
  9. Which describes radiation caries

    hard and brown
    hard and black
    soft and brown
    soft and black
    hard and black
  10. A direct path of _______ cGy or greater puts one at risk for radiation caries, at which point even the best oral hygiene, dental care and fluoride will not prevent all caries.
    6000 cGy
  11. what is the etiology of radiation caries.
    pulpal necrosis and odontoblast death
  12. What locations would you expect to see radiatio caries on a patients cental incisors?

    ligual
    mid facial
    gingival margin
    incisal
    incisal and gingival margins
  13. Rad induced Xerostomia

    what is a preferred treatment?

    Pilocarpine 10 mg TID
    Pilocarpine 5 mg BID
    Pilocarpine 10 mg BID
    Pilocarpine 5 mg TID
    Pilocarpine 5 mg TID, improves mouth moisture in about 70% of patients
  14. what are the conditions that cause caution for using pilocarpine to relieve radiation xerostomia?
    • Pts with:
    • bradycardia
    • heart block
    • meds that slow HR or conduction
  15. why is the mandible and associated teeth more susceptible to radiation compared to the maxilla?
    mandible is more dense bone to absorb more radiation and has less blood flow
  16. What teeth should be removed before radiation therapy?
    teeth with apical pathosis or periodontally involved

    those in mandible in direct path of 6000 or greater radiation
  17. ideally how long of time should be given post extractions before starting radiation therapy
    at least 21 days
  18. A patient undergoing radiation therapy presents with pain and acute apical abcess # 30. What is the best treatment?


    Extract
    Endo with IND, Ab
    endo tx and Incision and drain, antibiotics, once rad therapy has started must avoid invasive methods of treatment
  19. what is the "golden window"
    the 4 months after radiation tx when you may do extractions and other definitive care without requiring hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

    tissues have recovered from acute hyperemia but inflammation hasn't yet started the 3 H tissue associated with non healing (hypovascular, hypocellular, hypoxic)
  20. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves giving 100 percent oxygen to a patient in an environment of pressure equal to that of being ____ feet below sea water
    45 (oxygen given at 2.4 atmospheres of pressure)
  21. The 3H tissue that begins at 30 percent of normal vascularity can be expected to realize an increase to ___ percent of normal vascularity
    75 percent
  22. What types of cells are responsible in stimulating the revascularizationn process during HOT? what do they secrete?
    macrophages secrete VEGF
  23. Prior to surgery, what is the protocol for hyperbaric oxygen therapy

    10 sessions at 2.4 ATA for 30 minutes
    20 sessions at 2.4 ATA for 90 minutes
    10 sessions at 2.4ATA for 90 minutes
    20 sessions at 2.4 ATA for 30 minutes
    20 sessions at 2.4 ATA for 90 minutes prior to surgery
  24. how many sessions of HBO therapy at 2.4 ata for 90 minutes should there be after surgery?
    10 sessions
  25. at what frequency should HBO therapy occur?
    5-6 times per week
  26. Name 5 relative contraindications for HBO tx

    U
    S D
    E
    H F
    Hx of surgery for O
    C Sph
    Hx of O N
    • URI and chronic sinusitis
    • seizure disorder
    • emphysema with co2 retention
    • high fever
    • history of surgery for Otosclerosis
    • congenital Sherocytosis
    • History of Optic Neuritis
  27. name the 3 types of ORN

    E
    S
    L
    • early trauma induced
    • spontaneous
    • late trauma induced
  28. You have extracted a symptomatic tooth during a period of radiation therapy for a patient. what kindof ORN could result
    early trauma induced
  29. spontaneous ORN occurs when dosage is above _____ cGy or more

    6000
    6600
    7200
    7800
    7200 (6000 was risk level for radiation caries)
  30. a patient received rad tx 10 years ago w/ no complications, except caries and dry mouth. you extract a tooth without HBO tx and the socket fails to heal, and bone exposure continues with pain and an osteolytic process.

    What occurred?
    late trauma induced ORN
  31. The HBO protocol for pre surgery was 20 sessions at 2.4 ATA for 90 minutes.
    What is the protocol for HBO tx for ORN?
    30 sessions at 2.4 ata for 90 minutes , followed by 10 sessions after an assessment or surgery.

    remember, the focus of HBO is not the dead bone, but the rad injured bone not yet dead
  32. Stage III treatment of ORN includes stage II non responders and those that present with:

    P F
    O F
    O to I
    • pathologic fracture
    • orocutaneous fistula
    • osteolysis to inferior border of mandible
  33. a patient is considered a stage I non responder if exposed bone is unchanged after ___ HBO sessions
    30

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