radiology

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radiology
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  1. t/f the area of the oral cavity that is most likely to elicit the gag reflex when stimulated is the anterior third of the tongue
    • false
    • soft palate
    • posterior third of tongue
  2. t/f breathing takes place simultaneously with gag reflex
    false
  3. t/f psychogenic and tactile stimuli are precipitating factors for gag reflex
    true
  4. t/f lack of operator confidence may act as a psychogenic stimulus and contribute to the gag reflex
    true
  5. t/f the longer a film stays in the mouth the more likely the patient is to gag
    true
  6. t/f exposure sequence does not play a role in preventing a gag reflex
    false
  7. t/f posterior periapical films are always exposed before anterior periapical films
    false
  8. t/f the mandibular molar periapical film is most likely to elicit the gag reflex
    • false
    • maxillary molar pa
  9. t/f a film that is dragged along the palatal tissues may stimulate the gag reflex
    true
  10. t/f the dental radiographer should ask the patient, "are you a gagger?"
    false
  11. t/f if a patient gags the dental radiographer should remove the film as quickly as possible and reassure the patient
    true
  12. t/f if a patient is breathing during film placement and exposure the gag reflex will not occur
    true
  13. t/f distracting the patient often helps to suppress the gag reflex
    true
  14. t/f increasing tactile stimuli helps to prevent the gag reflex
    false
  15. t/f the patient with a hypersensitive gag reflex should be instructed to inhale during the application of topical anesthetic spray
    false
  16. t/f it is appropriate for the dental radiographer to gesture to another person in the presence of a person who is blind
    false
  17. t/f it is appropriate for the dental radiographer to hold a film during xray exposure for a person with a disability
    false
  18. t/f if the dental radiographer determines that a person cannot tolerate intraoral film exposure, no intraoral films should be exposed
    true
  19. t/f it is appropriate for the dental radiographer to question a patient about a disability
    false
  20. t/f the dental radiographer should talk to the caregiver of a patient with a disability instead of talking directly to the patient
    false
  21. t/f with a pediatric patient the dental radiographer does not need to alter patient management techniques
    false
  22. t/f the xray examination should be performed on the pediatric patient regardless of the cooperation of the patient
    false
  23. t/f during a root canal procedure film placement is difficult because of the poor visibility of the tooth
    true
  24. t/f the bisecting technique is recommended for endodontic patient
    false
  25. t/f the panoramic examination is the radiographic examination most often used in edentulous patients
    true

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