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Radiology

1-Jolene

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1. Why is it important to barrier wrap electrical items instead of disinfecting them with sprays? 1. ~Risk of shock~
2. What PPE is required for the operator when exposing FMS? 2. ~mask, gloves, eyewear, lab coat~
3. What is the appropriate method for opening film in the darkroom? 3. ~while isolating contaminants onto plastic in the darkroom, open film packet aseptically, keeping film clean - feed into processor with clean hands~
4. What type of film is appropriate for use with a daylight processor? 4. ~barrier envelope film (KODAK Clinisept~
5. Which dimension is missing from the radiograph that is part of a tooth? 5. ~depth~
6. What percentage of information is gained from a radiograph towards making a diagnosis? 6. ~60 - 100%~
7. If the dentist cannot see the condition in the mouth and there are no symptoms, is it possible that a radiograph could be the only method for evaluating the condition? 7. ~yes~
8. What is the term for an image that appears on top of another image on a radiograph? 8. ~superimposed~
9. What are the three intraoral radiographs? 9. ~bitewings, periapicals, occlusals~
10. Which radiograph is best for showing caries? 10. ~bitewings~
11. Which radiograph is best for evaluating bone level? 11. ~bitewings~
12. Which radiograph is best for viewing calculus? 12. ~bitewings~
13. Which radiograph enables the operator to view the entire tooth on a single film and offers excellent detail of the apical area? 13. ~periapicals~
14. Which intraoral radiograph should be selected if the entire mouth is to be viewed on a single film? 14. ~occlusals~
15. Which intraoral radiographs make up the full mouth series? 15. ~periapicals and bitewings~
16. What is the purpose of the overglove when processing radiographs? 16. ~keep surfaces from being contaminated by patient fluids~
17. What is the purpose of the cup when processing radiographs? 17. ~contain contaminated films~
18. What will happen to the shadow image when the flashlight angle is changed? 18. ~it will change~
19. Does a bitewing film enable viewing of the apical areas of the teeth? 19. ~no~
20. What is the long axis of the tooth? 20. ~imaginary line or plane from biting surface to apex through the center of the tooth~
21. What direction does the PID move when changing horizontal angle? 21. ~side to side~
22. What direction does the PID move when changing vertical angle? ~up and down~
Created by: Sandys