MANDIBULAR & MAXILLARY MOLARS

  1. which of the following grooves radiate out from the central fossa in a mandibular second molar?

    -central
    -MB
    -DB
    -lingual
    -buccal
    -central

    -lingual 

    -buccal
  2. which cusp is the largest and longest on a mandibular second molar?

    -MB
    -DB
    -ML
    -DL
    -distal
    -ML
  3. which cusp may be absent on a mandibular first molar?

    -MB
    -DB
    -ML
    -DL
    -distal
    • -distal
  4. when distal cusp is absent, which groove(s) wouldn't be present?

    -buccal
    -lingual
    -MB
    -DB
    • -MB
    • -DB
  5. which fossa are found on a mandibular first molar?

    -mesial triangular
    -distal triangular
    -buccal
    -lingual
    -central
    • -mesial triangular
    • -distal triangular
    • -central
  6. which developmental groove connects with the lingual groove running in the same direction on a mandibular second molar?

    -MB
    -DB
    -buccal
    -ML
    -DL
    -buccal
  7. from which view is only one root visible on a mandibular first molar?

    -mesial
    -buccal
    -lingual
    -distal 
    -apical
    -mesial 
  8. which root may occasionally be divided or bifurcated on a mandibular first molar?

    -buccal
    -lingual
    -meisal
    -distal
    -MB
    -mesial
  9. on a five-cusped molar, which cusp does not have a triangular ridge that forms part of a transverse ridge?

    -triangular ridge of MB cusp
    -triangular ridge of ML cusp
    -mesial marginal ridge
    -buccal cusp ridge of MB cusp
    -lingual cusp ridge of ML cusp
    • -triangular ridge of MB cusp
    • -triangular ridge of ML cusp
    • -mesial marginal ridge 
  10. which two pairs of cusp triangular ridges make up or join to form the two transverse ridges on a mandibular second molar?
    • -MB/ML
    • -DB/DL
  11. list in sequential order the longest to shortest cusps on the mandibular first molar

    -ML, DL, MB, DB, D
    -MB, DB, ML, DL, D
    -D, L, MB, ML, DL, DB
    -ML, DL, MB, DB, D
Author
bmmp46
ID
353925
Card Set
MANDIBULAR & MAXILLARY MOLARS
Description
review questions for molars characteristics
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