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The coronoid process is visible on what film
Max. molar
The anterior nasal spine is visible on what film?
Max central-lateral
The nasolabial fold is visible on which film?
Max. canine
The lingual foramen is visible on which film?
Mand. central-lateral
The coronoid process is (radio-opaque, radiolucent)
RO
The internal oblique ridge is located on the (mandible/maxilla) and is also known as what?
mandible, mylohyoid ridge
The mandibular canal (or inferior alveolar canal) stretches from mandibular foramen to what?
mental foramen
The mandibular canal contains what vessels?
inferior alveolar A, N and V
What is the name for the RO structure that is superior to the mylohyoid ridge and is located on the external surface of the mandible?
external oblique ridge
The mental fossa is (above/below) the mental ridge and is a depression on the (internal/external) surface of the mandible
above, external
The mental foramen is a (RO/RL) structure between the canine and what other tooth in the (mandible/maxilla)?
RL, 2nd premolar, mandible
True or False, the inferior border of the mandible is seen when a radiograph is correctly angulated
False, only seen with excessive vertical angulation
The lingual foramen is a (RO/RL) structure located within what?
RL, mental spine (or genial tubercle)
What is pneumatization of the maxillary sinus?
Downward extention of floor of max sinus due to LOSS OF TEETH or AGING
What structure in the maxilla is often mistaken for pathology?
Lateral fossa (or incisive fossa)
The "inverted Y" on a canine film is made by what two RO structures?
lateral wall of nasal fossa and anterior border of max. sinus
The floor of the nasal fossa is also what other structure?
hard palate
The anterior mandible bone pattern is as follows: (geometric/round) bone marrow spaces, and trabeculae forming a (coarse, smooth) pattern
round, coarse
The posterior mandible bone pattern is as follows: (small/large) bone marrow spaces, (vertically/horizontally) oriented trabeculae, area just below roots of (incisors/canines/premolars/molars) may not have trabeculae
large, horizontal, molar
The posterior maxilla is similar radiographically to the anterior maxilla except that it has (smaller/larger) bone marrow spaces
larger
The anterior maxilla has (thin/thick) and (many/few) trabeculae, forming a fine, round, and (dense/spaced) pattern with (small/large) bone marrow spaces
thin, many, dense, small
What is indicated by the white arrows?
cervical burnout
The white arrows are pointing to what structures in both pictures?
apical foramen
What is indicated by the red, green, and blue boxes?
green - developing root (#31)
blue - developing premolar (#29)
red - Primary tooth (T) with resorbing roots
What RO structure is indicated by the red box?, RL structure by the green box?
red - lamina dura
green - pdl
The red boxes indicate what type of bone?
Alveolar crestal bone
The white arrows are pointing to what RL structure?
Nasopalatine foramen OR incisive foramen
The white arrows are pointing to what RO structures?
Lateral walls of nasopalatine canal
The black arrows are pointing to what RL structures?
Superior foramina of the nasopalatine canal
The arrows in both pictures are pointing to what structure?
Intermaxillary suture OR median suture OR mid-palatal suture
The red and blue box are pointing to what two structures?
red - anterior nasal spine
blue - intermaxillary suture (or median suture/mid-palatal suture)
What 2 structures are indicated by the blue and red box?
blue - nasal fossa
red - anterior nasal spine
The white arrows indicate what structure?
floor of nasal fossa (or hard palate)
What RL structure is indicated by the white arrows?
Lateral or Incisive Fossa
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
blue - lateral wall of nasal fossa
red - anterior border of max. sinus
What structure is indicated by the white arrows?
floor of max sinus (or inferior border of max sinus)
What structure is indicated by the colored boxes?
red - malar process
blue - septum
green - floor of max sinus
What structure is indicated by the green box?
septum
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
green - zygomatic process of max
red - septum
blue - floor of max sinus
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
blue - coronoid process
red - zygomatic process of the maxilla
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
blue - pterygoid plates
green - hamular notch
red - hamular process
What structure is indicated by the white and black arrows? (same structure)
zygomatic process of maxilla (malar process)
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes
green - zyg process of max
orange - floor of max sinus
What structure is indicated by the white arrow (left) and black arrows (right)? (same structure)
nasolacrimal canal
What structure is indicated by the black arrows?
nasolabial fold
What structure is indicated by the black arrows?
soft tissue of nose
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
purple - floor of max sinus
orange - malar
green - coronoid process
red - max tuberosity
What structure is indicated by the white arrow?
Coronoid process
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
yellow - tip of nose
purple - lip line
What structure is indicated by the black arrows?
inferior border of mandible
True or False, these two radiographs are the same structure. (Then, identify what they are)
True. mental spine (or genial tubercle)
What RL structure is indicated by the white arrow?
lingual foramen
What structures are indicated by the colored boxes?
purple - lip line (or tongue shadow)
orange - mental ridge
blue - lower border of mandible
What structure is indicated by the massive amount of white arrows?
mental fossa
What RL structure is indicated by the white arrow?
mental foramen
What thin RL structures are indicated by the black arrows?
nutrient canals
What RO structure is indicated by the black arrows?
external oblique ridge
What structure is indicated by the 3 white arrows?
mylohyoid ridge (internal oblique ridge)
What slightly RL structure is surrounded by the white arrows?
Mandibular canal (inferior alveolar canal)
What RL area is indicated by the white arrows?
submandibular fossa
What RO structure is indicated by the black arrows?
Coronoid process