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  1. what is used to examine large areas of the upper or lower jaw?
    occlusal technique
  2. ____ technique is used to examine large areas of the upper and lower _____
    • occlusal
    • jaw
  3. the chewing surfaces of the posterior teeth
    occlusal surfaces
  4. type of intraoral radiographi examination used to inspect large areas of the maxilla or mandible in one film
    occlusal examination
  5. the method used to expose a film in the occlusal examination
    occlusal technique
  6. what film size is used for an occlusal film?
    size 4 intraoral filim
  7. what size film is used for the occlusal technique in a child
    size 2 film
  8. the occlusal technique is a _______ radiographic technique used in conjunction with _____ or _____ radiographs
    • supplementary
    • periapical
    • bitewing
  9. when is the occlusal radiograph used?
    when the area of interest is larger than a PAX
  10. the occlusal radiograph is used to locate _____ _____ of extracted teeth, locate supranumerary, unerupted or ______ teeth, locate _____ _____ in the maxilla or mandible, locate _____ _____ in the duct of the submandibular gland, locate and evaluate the extent of ______ (cyst, tumor) in maxilla or mandible, evaluate boundries of the maxillary _____, evaluate fractures of the _____ or _____, aid in examination of pt that _____ open their mouths, examine area of the _____ palate and measure changes in ____ and ____ of the maxilla or mandible.
    • retained roots
    • impacted teeth
    • foreign bodies
    • salivary stone
    • lesions
    • sinus
    • mandible or maxilla
    • cannot
    • cleft
    • shape
    • size
  11. what is the step by step procedures for patient preparation for the occlusal film?
    • infection control
    • prepare treatment area and supplies
    • seat pt
    • explain procedure
    • adjust headrest
    • place lead apron and thyroid collar
    • remove all objects
  12. what is the position of the patients head for a maxillary occlusal shot?
    upper arch parallel to the floor
  13. what is the patient headrest position for a mandibular occlusal film?
    pt head reclined with occlusal plane perpendicular to the floor
  14. what are the maxillary occlusal projections (3)?
    • topographical
    • lateral projection
    • pediatric projection
  15. which maxillary occlusal projection is used to examine the palate and anterior teeth of maxilla?
    topographical projection
  16. what maxillary occlusal projection is used to examine palatal roots of molar teeth and locate foreign bodies or lesions on the posterior maxilla?
    lateral (right or left) projection
  17. what maxillary occlusal projection is used to examine the anterior teeth of maxilla and is recommended for use in children 5 years old or younger?
    pediatric projection
  18. which maxillary occlusal projection is recommended for children 5 years or younger
    pedicatric projection
  19. what is the vertical angulation for the maxillary topographic projection?
    +65
  20. which occlusal projection has the vertical angulation of +65?
    maxillary topographic
  21. what is the vertical angulation for the maxillary lateral projection?
    +60
  22. what is the maxillary pediatric projection vertical angulation?
    +60
  23. which occlusal projection has a vertical angulation of +60
    • maxillary lateral projection
    • maxillary pediatric
  24. which occlusal projection has a vertical angulation of -55
    mandibular topographic and pediatric
  25. what is the vertical angulation for the mandibular topographic?
    -55
  26. what is the vertical angulation of the mandibular cross sectional projection?
    90
  27. what is the vertical angulation for the mandibular pediatric?
    -55
  28. which occlusal projection has a vertical angulation of 90
    mandibular cross sectional projection
  29. what are the mandibular occlusal projections?
    • topographic projection
    • cross-sectional projection
    • pediatric projection
  30. which mandibular occlusal projection is used to examine the anterior teeth of the mandible?
    topographic projection
  31. which mandibular occlusal projection is used to exmine the buccal and lingula aspects of the mandible, also locate foreign bodies or salivary stones in the floor of the mouth?
    cross-sectional projection
  32. what mandibular occlusal projection is used to examine anterior teeth of the mandible and is recommended on children 5 years old or younger
    pediatric projection
  33. you are taking a maxillary topographic occlusal projection. How is the film placed in their mouth and how do you aim the PID?
    • film in mouth with white side facing the maxilla and long edge is side to side, placing the film posterior
    • the PID is at +65 and the PID is placed between the eyebrows and bridge of the nose
  34. which occlusal film would you be taking if the film is placed with the white side towards the maxilla and shift to the left or right? where would the PID be placed with this radiograph?
    • Maxillary lateral projection
    • the PID through the contact areas of hte intended interest at a +60 degree near the top edge of the corner of the eyebrow.
  35. what size film would you be using for a pediatric occlusal projection and how would you place it in there mouth? where would you place the PID?
    • size 2 film
    • placed side to side in mouth
    • the PID would be at +60 with the ray directed through the eyebrows and bridge of nose
  36. what film would you be taking if the white side of the film was facing the mandible and the long edge was side to side near the posterior? what would you be doing with your PID for this shot?
    • mandibular topographic occlusal projection
    • the PID is directed throught the midline of the arch centered on the film, at a -55 degree angle
  37. where would the film be placed for a mandibluar cross sectional occlusal projection and what would you do with the PID?
    • film is placed with the white side facing the mandible and the long edge is side to side
    • the PID is at a 90 degree angle and is centered on the chin
  38. what film would you be taking if you were using a size two film and the PID was directed center on the chin? what angle would the PID be at?
    • mandibular pediatric occlusal projection
    • -55
  39. t/f the patient needs to bite down hard on the occlusal film to hold it in place
    false! Bite gently dont eat it!

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