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Intro to Dental Radiography Pro & Eval of Radiographs Extraoral Radiography Digital imaging Landmarks
100
Discoverer of x-rays
Who is Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen?
100
False
T or F ?
Only pregnant women need a lead apron during xrays ?
100
Container for extraoral radiographic film. Another word for film holder.
.What is a cassette ?
100
Computed tomography (CT scanning) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Two most commonly used systems?
100
Nasal Cavities
The two side-by-side openings of the nose.
200
Dr. C. Edmond Kells
Dentist who took the first intraoral radiograph ?
200
Bisecting and Paralleling
What are the intraoral techniques ?
200
Radiograph that shows the entire maxilla and mandible on one film
What is panoramic radiography ?
200
False
T or F
CT scanning isn't used for implant surgery
200
A radiopaque line that divides the nasal fossae
Nasal septum
300
Cell division in the sex cells
What is mitosis?
300
Periapical, bitewing and occlusal
what are the type of film exposures ?
300
Cephalometric radiograph
What type of radiograph is used to assess the patient's skeletal structure and profile?
300
True
T or F
Sensors for digital imaging can be thicker than x-ray film packets causing discomfort and possible gagging issues w the patient
300
Mandibular retromolar area
The area behind the last mandibular molar; it shows varying tissues in that triangular space.
400
False
T or F ?
Cathode is positive end
Anode is negative end
400
Exposure error caused by incorrect horizontal angulation
What is overlapping?
400
head holding device used to position the patients head when taking a cephalometric x-ray.
What is a cephalostat?
400
Direct digital imaging
Indirect digital imaging
What are the types of digital imaging?
400
Radiolucent area between the roots of the premolar
Mental foramen
500
High frequency - High energy
Low frequency - Low energy
Short wave lengths =
Long wave lengths =
500
Elongation
A vertical angulation error causes by too little angulation.
500
shows the imaging of one layer or section of the body while blurring images from the other areas.
What is tomography?
500
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Which technique is mainly used for diagnoses of TMJ disease ?
500
Periodontal ligament/space
A radiolucent area that surrounds the root(s) of the tooth




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