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1. True or false: Every anatomical landmark is evident on the radiograph upon which it should be evident. false
2. What is the appearance of the pulp chamber? radiolucent; dark on a radiograph
3. What is the appearance of a pulp stone? radiopaque; light on a radiograph
4. What is the appearance of decay? radiolucent
5. What is the appearance of the maxillary sinus? radiolucent
6. What is the appearance of the floor of the maxillary sinus? radiopaque
7. Where would you expect to find the mental foramen? near the mandibular premolar apical area
8. Where would you expect to find the incisive foramen? between the roots of the maxillary central incisors
9. Where would you expect to find the lingual foramen? on the midline, near the apical areas of the mandibular central incisors
10. What is the appearance of amalgam on a radiograph? radiopaque
11. What is the appearance of gold on a radiograph? radiopaque with very distinctly sharp outline - more radiopaque than amalgam
12. Which radiographs show the maxillary tuberosity? maxillary molar PA and panoramic
13. Which radiographs show the mandibular canal? mandibular posterior PAs and panoramic
14. Which radiographs show the external oblique ridge? mandibular molar PA and panoramic
15. Which radiographs show the nasolabial fold? maxillary premolar PA and premolar BW
16. What is the appearance of an apical abscess on a radiograph? radiolucent well-defined circle exactly at the apex of a root
17. What is the inverted Y? junction of the maxillary sinus and the nasal fossa
Created by: Sandys
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