radiography 25,28,29

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radiography 25,28,29
2015-11-19 10:44:25

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  1. each of the following may be determined from a dental radiograph except one
    pocket depth
  2. which of theĀ  following terms describes bone loss that occurs in a plane parallel to the CEJ of adjacent teeth
  3. significant bone loss that results in a radiolucency observed in the area between the roots of multirooted teeth is called
    furcation involvement
  4. radiographs may help to locate each of the following local contributing factors except one
    deep pocket
  5. excessive occlusal force may result in a widening of the pdl space
    widening of the pdl space is called furcation involvment
    the first statement is true. the second is false
  6. dental radiographs are important because the document the location and depths of perio pockets
    dental radiographs may serve as a baseline and as a means for evaluating the outcomes of perio treatment
    the first statement is false, the second is true
  7. which of the following would be best for imaging a slight , but generalized periodontal status
    posterior and anterior vertical bitewing radiographs
  8. correct horizontal angulation is needed to accuratly image interdental bone levels.
    altering the horizontal angulation can reveal additonal information regarding interdental bone levels
    both are true
  9. alveolar crests pointed in the anterior refion and a radiopaque flat, smooth lamina dura 1.5 to 2.0 mm below the CEJ in posterior region describes
    case type I: gingivitis
  10. radiolucent changes observed on a radiograph such as a fuzzy, cupping out of the crestal bone and a blunted appearance of the lamina dura in the anterior region describes
    case type II : slight chronic periodontitis