VTNE: Dentistry

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VTNE: Dentistry
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  1. Abrasion
    pathologic wear from foreign material
  2. Attrition
    pathologic wear from other teeth
  3. Anodontia
    absence of teeth
  4. Anterior crossbite
    mandibular incisor(s) are labial to the opposing maxillary incisor teeth when the mouth is closed
  5. Posterior crossbite
    Mandibular cheek teeth are buccal to the opposing maxillary teeth when the mouth is closed
  6. Cementum
    the bonelike connective tissue that attaches the periodontal ligament to the tooth
  7. Dentin
    comprises most of the bulk of the tooth
  8. Floating
    creating a level occlusal surface
  9. Prognathism
    Protrusion of the upper or lower jaw
  10. Ulcerative eosinophilic stomatitis is a disease unique to what breed?
    King Charles Spaniel
  11. Cranial mandibular osteodystrophy occurs primarily in what breed?
    West highland white terriers
  12. Purple discoloration indicates ______ in the tooth
    hemorrhage
  13. Root planning
    removal of calculus and cementum from the root surface
  14. Carnassial tooth
    upper P4, lower M1
  15. Puppy dentition
    2(3/3i,1/1c,3/3p)
  16. Adult canine dentition
    2(3/3I,1/1C,4/4P,2/3M)
  17. Kitten dentition
    2(3/3i,1/1c,3/2p)
  18. Adult feline dentition
    2(3/3I,1/1C,3/2P,1/1M)
  19. Equine dentition
    2(3/3I,0/0C,3/3P,0/0M)
  20. Bovine dentition
    2(0/4I,0/0C,3/3P,3/3M)
  21. Ovine dentition
    2(0/4I,0/0C,3/3P,3/3M)
  22. Swine dentition
    2(3/3I,1/1I,4/4P,3/3M)
  23. At what age do the deciduous teeth erupt in a canine?
    • I-3-4 weeks
    • C-3 weeks
    • Primary PM-4-12 weeks
  24. At what age to the permanent teeth erupt in the canine?
    • I-3-5 months
    • C/PM-4-6 months
    • M-5-7 months
  25. At what age to the deciduous teeth erupt in the feline??
    • I-2-3 weeks
    • C-3-4 weeks
    • PM-3-6 weeks
  26. At what age do the permanent teeth erupt in the feline?
    • I-3-4 months
    • C- 4-5 months
    • P-4-6 months
    • M-4-5 months
  27. Area where the two jaws join in the oral cavity is called the _______ _________ _____.
    lateral palentine folds
  28. The tooth held in place in the alveolus, or socket by the ___________ ________.
    periodontal ligament
  29. How many permanent teeth do rats, mice and gerbils have?
    • 16
    • dentition: 1/1,0/0,0/0,3/3
  30. How many permanent teeth do guinea pigs have?
    20
  31. How many permanent teeth do hamsters have?
    20-24
  32. The focal spot size is important to image quality, a small spot leads to ______ clarity.
    greater clarity; reduced tube life
  33. anechoic
    shows as black, no echoes are shown; usually fluid.
  34. attenuation
    reduced intensity because of absorption by tissue
  35. hyperechoic
    brighter than surrounding tissue
  36. hypoechoic
    shows as grey

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