DH 1330 quiz 6 chap 5 temporomandibular joint

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  1. The temporal bone and mandible come
    together to form the temporomandibular joint BECAUSE a joint is defined as a junction or union between two or more bones.

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  2. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is
    innervated by the maxillary nerve (division) of the fifth cranial or trigeminal nerve. The blood supply to the joint is from branches of the external carotid artery.

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  3. What is another term used for articular fossa of the temporomandibular joint?

    Temporal
    Glenoid
    Pterygoid
    Submandibular
    Glenoid
  4. What is the depression located between the condyle and coronoid process of the temporomandibular joint?

    Sublingual fossa
    temporal space
    Mandibular notch
    Supraorbital notch
    Mandibular notch
  5. The disc of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a fibrous disc located between the temporal bone and the coronoid process of the mandible on each side. This disc conforms to the shape of the bones and is related to normal joint movement.

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  6. Including examination of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) during the extraoral examination is important to detect changes such as disc perforation BECAUSE disc perforation is commonly found in females and males during puberty.

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  7. Which of the following ligaments is NOT
    associated with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) ?

    Temporomandibular joint ligament
    Stylohyoid ligament
    Sphenomandibular ligament
    Stylomandibular ligament
    Stylohyoid ligament
  8. Which ligament associated with the
    temporomandibular joint (TMJ) prevents excessive retraction or moving backward
    of the mandible?

    Sphenomandibular ligament
    stylomandibular ligament
    Temporomandibular joint ligament
    Stylohyoid ligament
    Temporomandibular joint ligament
  9. Which ligament associated with the
    temporomandibular joint is a landmark for the administration of inferior alveolar local anesthetic nerve block?

    Stylohyoid ligament
    Sphenomandibular ligament
    Temporomandibular joint ligament
    Stylomandibular ligament
    Sphenomandibular ligament
  10. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) allows for movement of the mandible during speech and mastication. Two basic types of movement are performed by the joint and its associated muscles: a gliding movement and a rotational movement.

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  11. The gliding movement of the
    temporomandibular joint allows the lower jaw to move forward or backward. What movement of the mandible is involved when the lower jaw moves forward?

    Elevation
    Depression
    Retraction
    Protrusion
    Protrusion
  12. What movement of the temporomandibular
    joint (TMJ) occurs MAINLY between the disc and the condyle of the mandible in the lower synovial cavity?

    Protrusion
    Rotation
    Gliding
    Retraction
    Rotation
  13. Opening the jaws during speech and
    mastication involves BOTH elevation and retraction of the mandible. When the jaws close, this involves BOTH depression and protrusion of the mandible.

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  14. What type of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) movement(s) occur during lateral deviation of the mandible or shifting of the lower jaw to one side?

    Rotational movement on both sides
    Gliding movement on both sides
    Gliding movement on one side and rotational movement on the other side
    Gliding movement on one side and no movement on the other side
    Gliding movement on one side and rotational movement on the other side
  15. The rest position of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is NOT with the teeth biting together BECAUSE as we observe during mastication of food, the mandible returns to the center.

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  16. The dental professional plays an important role in the recognition, treatment, and maintenance of patients with temporomandibular disorder (TMD). All signs and symptoms related to TMD need to be recorded by the dental professional, as well as any parafunctional habits and related systematic diseases.

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  17. When examining the joint, joint sounds may be heard because of disc derangement. Joint sounds are a reliable indicator of temporomandibular disorder (TMD).

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  18. What occurs with the dislocation of BOTH the temporomandibular joints on a patient?

    Paresthesia
    Subluxation
    Cellulitis
    Thrombus
    sublaxation
  19. What is the fossa located on the temporal bone that articulates with the mandible?

    Ptergopalatine fossa
    Glenoid fossa
    Temporal fossa
    Infratemporal fossa
    Glenoid fossa
  20. The disc of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is attached to the lateral and medial poles of the mandibular condyle. The disc is fully attached to the temporal bone to all sides of the bone.

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  21. As a person ages or undergoes trauma to the area, the disc of the temporomandibular joint can become thicker or even perforated. Perforation can lead to clinical problems.

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  22. The sphenomandibular ligament is a landmark for the administration of (long) buccal nerve block and is also involved in troubleshooting the injection due to its location.

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  23. The base of this triangular ligament is attached to the zygomatic process of the temporal bone and the articular tubercle; its apex is fixed to the lateral side of the neck of the mandible. This ligament prevents the excessive protrusion or moving forward for the mandible, a situation that might lead to problems with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).

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  24. The resting position of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) can be noted with the teeth _____ to allow a physiologic rest for the mandible.

    resting together
    apart at 6 to 10 mm
    apart at 2 to 4 mm
    biting together
    apart at 2 to 4 mm
  25. When considering temporomandibular disorders (TMD), MOST symptoms seem to originate from the nerve surrounding the joint. In addition, MOST recent studies support the role of TMD in directly causing headaches, neck or back pain, or instability.

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  26. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of actions involving the temporomandibular joint, select those that are DIRECTLY associated with lateral deviation of the joint.

    Both lateral pterygoid muscle contractions
    Rotational movement
    Gliding movement
    Single lateral pterygoid muscle contraction
    Rotational movement, Gliding movement
  27. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of actions, select the usual procedures in the examination of the temporomandibular joint.

    Patient biting on wax impression
    Ausculation of the joint
    Bilateral palpation of all joint movements
    Digital palpation of external acoustic meatus
    Extraoral radiography of the joint regioN
    Ausculation of the joint, Bilateral palpation of all joint movements, Digital palpation of external acoustic meatus, Extraoral radiography of the joint regioN
  28. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of situations, select those situations that can occur with the aging of the disc of the temporamandibular joint.

    Hypermobile
    Perforated
    Dislocated
    Thinner
    Thicker
    Perforated, Dislocated
  29. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of descriptions, select those descriptions that can be applied to the joint capsule of the temporomandibular joint.

    Wraps around articular eminence and fossa
    Wraps around the condyle circumference
    Wraps around only the inferior part
    Wraps around only the superior part
    Wraps around the coronoid process circumference
    Wraps around articular eminence and fossa, Wraps around the condyle circumference
  30. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER

    From the following list of descriptions, select those descriptions that can be applied to the
    stylomandibular ligament of the temporomandibular joint.

    Become taut with mandibular protrusion
    Formed from sphenomandibular ligament
    extension
    Formed from thickened area cervical fascia
    Variable ligament anatomically
    Consistent ligament anatomically
    • Become taut with mandibular protrusion
    • Formed from thickened area cervical fascia
    • Variable ligament anatomically
  31. The pterygomandibular raphe is the junction between the buccinator and  _______________.

    Inferior Pharyngeal Constrictor
    Middle Pharyngeal Constrictor
    Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
    Stylopharyngeus
    Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor
  32. If you contract only the RIGHT Lateral Pterygoid Muscle, which way will your jaw move?

    deviate to the left
    Retract
    elevate
    deviate to the right
    deviate to the left

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