DH 1330 quiz 10 chap 9 anesthesia

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  1. Which of the following local anesthesia nerve blocks is usually NOT used bilaterally due to possible complications associated with swallowing and speech?

    Incisive nerve block
    Inferior alveolar nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Greater palatine nerve block
    Inferior alveolar nerve block
  2. As a result of a bicycle accident, a patient has suffered trauma to the upper lip and maxillary central incisors. Which of the following local anesthetic blocks may be used when treating the injured tissue?

    Anterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, and incisive nerve blocks

    Anterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, and nasopalatine nerve blocks

    Anterior superior alveolar, middle superior alveolar, and greater palatine nerve blocks

    Infraorbital, greater palatine, and Gow-Gates mandibular nerve blocks
    Anterior superior alveolar, infraorbital, and nasopalatine nerve blocks
  3. Which of the following local anesthetic nerve blocks uses the apex of the maxillary canine for a landmark during administration?

    Infraorbital nerve block
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Middle superior alveolar nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve block
  4. When administering a local anesthetic agent to a patient's teeth and their related dental structures, which three bones of the head and neck contain the landmarks essential for proper injection
    technique?

    Maxillae, mandible, and temporal bones
    Maxillae, mandible, and zygomatic bones
    Maxillae, mandible, and palatine bones
    Maxillae, mandible, and sphenoid bones
    Maxillae, mandible, and palatine bones
  5. Only one injection is necessary when
    anesthetizing BOTH the right and left  maxillary anterior palatal gingival tissue. Pressure anesthesia during the nasopalatine local anesthetic nerve block is NOT helpful with patient comfort.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second statement is false.
    The first statement is false; the second statement is true
    The first statement is true; the second statement is false.
  6. A patient is missing the mandibular right molars, and surgery is to be performed on the remaining mandibular teeth across the arch. Which combination of local anesthetic nerve blocks would MOST likely be administered and still be successful?

    Right mental and left inferior alveolar nerve blocks
    Left inferior alveolar and right incisive nerve blocks
    Right posterior superior alveolar and left inferior alveolar nerve blocks
    Right mental and left incisive nerve blocks
    Bilateral inferior alveolar nerve blocks
    Left inferior alveolar and right incisive nerve blocks
  7. Which local anesthetic nerve block would be necessary for a patient undergoing surgery on an edentulous mandibular left alveolar  process in the area of extracted molars?

    Left buccal nerve block
    Right buccal nerve block
    Left mental nerve block
    Right infraorbital nerve block
    Left buccal nerve block
  8. Which of the following local anesthetic nerve blocks anesthetizes the buccal gingival tissue of the maxillary first molar?

    Inferior alveolar nerve block
    Anterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Buccal nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
  9. Which of the following complications can result from a greater palatine local anesthetic nerve block?

    Cheek bite
    Anesthesia of the upper lip
    Stimulation of the gag reflex
    Hematoma in the infratemporal fossa
    Stimulation of the gag reflex
  10. Which of the following angulations of the needle MUST be followed during the administration of the posterior superior local anesthetic nerve block?

    Superiorly at 45 degrees and medially at 90 degrees to the occlusal plane

    Superiorly at 90 degrees and medially at 45 degrees to the occlusal plane

    Superiorly at 45 degrees and medially parallel to the occlusal plane

    Superiorly at 45 degrees and medially at 45 degrees to the occlusal plane
    Superiorly at 45 degrees and medially at 45 degrees to the occlusal plane
  11. Which of the following locations is the injection site for the inferior alveolar local anesthetic nerve block?

    Medial to the pterygomandibular fold
    Lateral to the pterygomandibular fold
    Superior to the pterygomandibular fold
    Inferior to the pterygomandibular fold
    Lateral to the pterygomandibular fold
  12. When administering the inferior alveolar local anesthetic nerve block, it is important to contact bone because this will decrease the risk of depositing a local anesthetic agent into the parotid salivary gland.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.
    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.
    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct.
    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.
  13. Which of the following ligaments can act as a barrier to the inferior alveolar nerve block if mandibular bone is NOT contacted during the injection?

    Sphenomandibular ligament
    Temporomandibular ligament
    Stylomandibular ligament
    Anterior cruciate ligament
    Sphenomandibular ligament
  14. Which of the following complications can occur during the administration of the inferior alveolar local anesthetic nerve block, resulting in inability to close the eyelid?

    Motor function of the abducens nerve
    Motor function of the facial nerve
    Motor function of the oculomotor nerve
    Sensory function of the facial nerve
    Motor function of the facial nerve
  15. Which of the following local anesthetic nerve blocks can be involved in the spread of  infection to the cavernous sinus?

    Anterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Inferior alveolar nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Infraorbital nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
  16. Which of the following local anesthetic nerve blocks MAINLY uses an extraoral landmark on the face when locating the injection site?

    Inferior alveolar nerve block
    Infraorbital nerve block
    Posterior superior alveolar nerve block
    Mental nerve block
    Infraorbital nerve block
  17. There MUST never be an injection through
    an area with an abscess, cellulitis, or  osteomyelitis so as to prevent the spread of dental infection.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.
    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.
    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.
  18. Less variation exists in the anatomy of the maxillae and palatine bones and associated nerves with respect to local anesthetic landmarks as compared with similar  mandibular structures, making the maxillary injections less routine, and usually with the need for any troubleshooting of failure cases.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct but NOT related.

    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.

    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.

    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
  19. Palatal anesthesia usually involves anesthesia of the soft and hard tissue of the  periodontium of the palatal area such as the gingival tissue, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone. Palatal anesthesia usually does NOT provide any pulpal anesthesia to the maxillary teeth or associated facial or buccal gingival tissue.

    Both statements are true.

    Both statements are false.

    The first statement is true; the second is false.

    The first statement is false; the second is true
    Both statements are true.
  20. ??????????

    The dental professional MUST know the location of certain adjacent soft tissue  structures, such as major blood vessels and glandular tissue, so as to make sure to allow for injecting these structures.

    Both the statement and the reason are correct and related.
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
    The statement is NOT correct, but the reason is correct.
    NEITHER the statement NOR the reason is correct
    The statement is correct, but the reason is NOT.
  21. There is ONLY one type of local anesthetic injection used commonly in dentistry, the nerve block. The type of injection used for a given dental procedure is determined by the type and length of the procedure.

    Both statements are true.
    Both statements are false.
    The first statement is true; the second is false.
    The first statement is false; the second is true.
    The first statement is false; the second is true.
  22. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of descriptions, select those that are factors involved in maxillary nerve anesthesia.

    Thinner facial surface bone over teeth
    Less variation exists in anatomy
    More variation exists in anatomy
    Thicker facial surface bone over teeth
    • Thinner facial surface bone over teeth
    • Less variation exists in anatomy
  23. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of complications involving the eyelid, nose, and upper lip, select the MOST common ones associated with the infraorbital nerve block.

    Hematoma
    Stimulationof the gag reflex
    Tingling
    Numbness
    • Tingling
    • Numbness
  24. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of descriptions, select those that can be COMMONLY used when describing paresthesia and its progression.

    Abnormal area sensation
    Burning or prickling
    Can occur after local anesthesia
    Can occur with infections
    Can occur with nonsurgical procedures
    • Abnormal area sensation
    • Burning or prickling
    • Can occur after local anesthesia
    • Can occur with infections
  25. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of landmarks, select those which are noted when administering the posterior superior alveolar nerve block by dental professionals.

    Mucobuccal fold
    Coronoid notch
    Maxillaryfirst molar
    Maxillary tuberosity
    • Mucobuccal fold
    • Maxillary tuberosity
  26. MULTIPLE ANSWERS

    From the following list of landmarks, select those which are noted by dental professionals when administering the inferior alveolar nerve block by dental professionals.

    Occlusal plane
    Maxillarytuberosity
    Pterygomandibular fold
    Coronoid notch
    Mandibular notch
    • Occlusal plane
    • Pterygomandibular fold
    • Coronoid notch
  27. Which of the following local anesthetic blocks has the SAME injection site as the incisive local anesthetic block?

    Nasoplalatine block
    Greater palatine block
    Infererior alveolar block
    Buccal block
    Mental block
    Nasoplalatine block
  28. Which of the following is an important landmark to locate before performing an inferior alveolar local anesthetic block?

    Coronoid notch
    Tongue
    Buccal fatpad
    Mental foramen
    Coronoid notch
  29. Which of the following nerves is NOT
    anesthetized during an IA local anesthetic block?

    Buccal nerve
    Lingual nerve
    Mental nerve
    Incisive nerve
    Buccal nerve
  30. If the mesiobuccal toor of the maxillary first molar is NOT anesthetized by a posterior superior alveolar local anesthetic block, the dental professional should administer a

    posterior superior alveolar block
    (long)buccal block
    middle superior alveolar block
    nasopalatine block
    middle superior alveolar block

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