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13 Cards in this Set

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Amalgam and a full metal crown can be distinguished from each other radiographically by their?

a. degree of radiopacity

b. shape and margins

c. Location in the mouth

d. use of retention pins

B. Shape and margins

Which of these dental restorative materials appears more radiopaque?

a. amalgam

b. Porcelain

c. Silicate

d. Acrylic resin

A. Amalgam

Which of these dental restorative materials is most likely to mimic decay radiographically?

a. Gold

b. stainless steel

c. Amalgam

d. Composite

D. Composite

Dens in dente appears radiographically as a?

a. Tiny Tooth

b. Large tooth

c. Twin Tooth

d. Tooth within a tooth?

D. Tooth within a tooth

A sharp bend in the tooth root is called?

a. Taurodontia

b. hyercementosis

c. dilaceration

d. exostosis

C. Dilaceration

Radiographically, it is not possible to accurately differentiate between a periapical abscess, a granuloma, and a cyst

Radiographically is is not possile to accurately differentiate btween carcinoma and sacroma?

Both Statements are true

Which of these appears radiolucent on a radiograph?

a. Sialolith

b. Abscess

c. Torus

d. Odontoma

B. Abscess

A large radiolucency surrounding the crown only of an unerupted tooth is most likely what type of cyst?

a. dentigerous

b. Radicular

c. Residual

d. Periapical

A. Dentigerous

The evidence of resporption that appears to shorten the tooth root is called?

a. Internal resorption

b. External resorption

c. Primary resorption

d. Secondary resorption

B. External Resorption

The radiographic appearance of a small ovoid radiopacity within the pulp chamber of the tooth is called a?

a. Rhinolith

b. phlebolith

c. pulp stone

d. Pulp cap

C. Pulp Stone

Which of the following appears radiolucent in its early stages and as a radiopaque mass in later stages?

a. condensing ostetitis

b. Periapical granuloma

c. Osteosclerosis

d. Periapical cemented dysplasia (PCD)

D. Periapical Cemented Dysplasia (PCD)

Which of the following tumors appear radiolucent radiographically/

a. Torus palatinus

b. Odontoma

c. Sacroma

C. Sacroma

Radiographic evidence of a bone fracture appears as a radiolucent line that may resemble a?

a. Nutrient canal

b. Cyst

c. Tumor

d. Retained root tip

A. Nutrient Canal