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Unit 3 163 Pima

Oral rad PIMA

The maxillary tuberosity is a radiopaque landmark of an x-ray taken of the maxillary... molar region
the anatomical landmarks of the lingual foramen, mental protruberance and inferior border identifies the x-ray region as that of the... mandibular incisor
the radiolucent landmark in the mandibular bicuspid area which usually apperars between and inferior to the root apices is called the... mental foramen
the anatomical landmarks of the external oblique line or ridge, mylohyoid line or ridge, and the mandibular canal identifies the x-ray region as that of the... molar region (mandibular)
In which of the following x-ray regions would the hamulus process be seen maxillary molar area
between the root of the tooth and the lamina dura is the ligamentous attachment of the tooth to the bone; it is called... periodontal ligament
the anatomical landmarks of the incisive foramen, mid-palatine suture, and the nasal fossa identifies the x-ray region of the... maxillary central lateral incisor
which of the following would appear radiopaque nasal septum and genial tubercles
the coronoid process is part of the mandible that is seen in a periapical radiograph of the... maxillary molar area
an increase in the width of the periodontal membrane space indicates... occlusal stress (trauma) to the tooth or tooth movement
the anatomical landmark "Y" formation is seen in which periapical radiograph... cuspid region of the maxilla
the radiolucent anatomical landmark that could be mistaken for an apical lesion (abscess) in the mandibular bicuspid region is the... mental foramen
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