DH243 Rad final

  1. What is the relationship angle of the central ray to the film in the paralleling technique?
    90 degrees to the film and long axis of the tooth
  2. A film placed inside of the mouth
    intraoral film
  3. The lower jaw
  4. Without teeth
  5. To close or to bite
  6. A film used to examine a large area of the maxilla or mandible in one film
    occlusal film
  7. A film used to examine the crowns of the upper and lower teeth on a single film
    bite-wing film
  8. Describe the relationship of the film to the maxillary and mandibular teeth in the bite-wing technique
    the film and teeth are parallel to each other
  9. Bite-wing images must show closed or overlapping interproximal tooth surfaces to be considered diagnostic -  T or F
  10. The purpose of this type of intraoral
    radiographic examination is to examine the entire tooth  (crown and
    root) and the supporting bone.....
  11. right angle: formed by two parallel lines  -T or F
  12. Which of the following are examples of extraoral radiographic examinations
    Select one:
    a. panoramic
    b. lateral cephalometric
    c. transcranial
    d. tomographic
    e. posteroanterior
    f. Water’s technique
    g. lateral jaw
    h. submentovertex
    i. Reverse Towne
    j. all of the above
    All of above
  13. Which of the following is the correct vertical angulation used with the bite-wing technique?Select one:

    A.   +5 to +10 degrees
  14. Which of the
    following is correct concerning film placement? (1) anterior bite-wings
    may be placed horizontally; (2) anterior bite-wings may be placed
    vertically; (3) posterior bite-wings may be placed horizontally; (4)
    posterior bite-wings may be placed vertically
    Select one:
    a. 1, 2, 3
    b. 2, 3, 4
    c. 2, 3
    d. 1, 4
    2, 3, 4
  15. To be considered diagnostic, periapical
    radiographs must show the entire crowns and roots of the teeth being
    examined, as well as 4 to 5 mm beyond the root apices     T   or   F
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DH243 Rad final