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DA 160

Chapters 17 & 18

QuestionAnswer
Parallel Moving or laying in the same plane; separate by the same distance
Paralleling technique Intraoral radiographic technique used with periapical receptors. XCP's
Perpendicular Intersecting at or forming right angles
Film holder Like a beam alignment device; holds film for xrays
Film placement How to place film in correct position to get film
Palate Roof of the mouth
Torus Boney like protrusion on the mandibular under tongue
Rule of Isometry Geometric principle that states that two triangles are squalid they have two equal angles and share a common side
Bisect Dividing into 2 equal parts
Imaginary bisector Visualizing the bisecting lines
Finger holding method Having the patient hold the film in place
Angulation Alignment of the central dray beam in the horizontal and vertical planes
Created by: cadengel