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Dental hygiene- periodontal health
Lamina Dura
Attached Gingiva
Bruxism
Abfraction
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
Stress-induced, involuntary behavior of grinding the teeth to…
This is caused by bio mechanical forces on teeth, which cause…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Attached Gingiva
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
47 terms
Dental hygiene- periodontal health
Lamina Dura
Attached Gingiva
Bruxism
Abfraction
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
Stress-induced, involuntary behavior of grinding the teeth to…
This is caused by bio mechanical forces on teeth, which cause…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Attached Gingiva
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
30 terms
Dental Hygiene Process of Care- Patients with Periodontal Disease
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
What is the purpose NOT intended for?
What are the 5 phases?
What happens in the assessment phase?
To meet the individual needs of each patient
Meet clinical requirements... Meet daily goals
Assessment... DH diagnosis... Planning... Implementation... Evaluation
You gather all revenant patient information
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
To meet the individual needs of each patient
What is the purpose NOT intended for?
Meet clinical requirements... Meet daily goals
29 terms
Dental hygiene- periodontal health
Lamina Dura
Attached Gingiva
Bruxism
Abfraction
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
Stress-induced, involuntary behavior of grinding the teeth to…
This is caused by bio mechanical forces on teeth, which cause…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Attached Gingiva
This structure is covered with stratified squamous epithelium…
67 terms
Dental Hygiene Periodontal Assessment
periodontum
what holds tooth in place
BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY ALL STRUCTURES ON…
apical
gingiva, periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone. prot…
periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone
gingival margin, free gingiva, etc.
down towards the root
periodontum
gingiva, periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone. prot…
what holds tooth in place
periodontal ligaments, cementum, alveolar bone
29 terms
Dental Hygiene-Periodontal Health
Attached Gingiva
Lamina Dura
Bruxism
Abfraction
Covered with stratified squamous epithelium and this joins th…
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
Stress induced, involuntary behavior of grinding your teeth t…
Caused by biochemical forces on teeth, which cause tooth flex…
Attached Gingiva
Covered with stratified squamous epithelium and this joins th…
Lamina Dura
The lining of the tooth socket that provides attachment for p…
30 terms
Dental Hygiene Process of Care- Patients with Periodontal Disease ch 12
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
What is the purpose NOT intended for?
What are the 5 phases?
What happens in the assessment phase?
To meet the individual needs of each patient
Meet clinical requirements... Meet daily goals
Assessment... DH diagnosis... Planning... Implementation... Evaluation
You gather all revenant patient information
What is the purpose of the dental hygi…
To meet the individual needs of each patient
What is the purpose NOT intended for?
Meet clinical requirements... Meet daily goals
52 terms
Lasers in Dental Hygiene Periodontal Therapy
Define Laser
How are lasers different than other fo…
How are lasers different than other fo…
Electronmagnetic Spectrum:... 1) therefor…
light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation
because all of the photons emitted from the laser are... 1) cohe…
1) coherent, moving in the same direction and phase... 2) all of…
chromophore (tissue element) as an absorptive media for the u…
Define Laser
light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation
How are lasers different than other fo…
because all of the photons emitted from the laser are... 1) cohe…
7 terms
Periodontics for the Dental hygiene
Alveolar bone
Soft tissue
Periodontium
Gingiva
The bone that surrounds the roots of the teeth.
Body tissue except bone, teeth, nails, hair, and cartilage.
Functional system of tissues that surrounds the teeth and att…
The tissue that covers the cervical portions of the teeth and…
Alveolar bone
The bone that surrounds the roots of the teeth.
Soft tissue
Body tissue except bone, teeth, nails, hair, and cartilage.
58 terms
Dental Hygiene Periodontics Q2
Periodontal Ligament
Principal Fibers
Functions of the Periodontal Ligament
Cementum
The PDL connective tissue extends from cementum covering the…
The PDL is primarily composed of these dense fibrous collagen…
Supportive- suspends and maintains tooth in its socket... Sensor…
A thin layer of hard, mineralized connective tissue covering…
Periodontal Ligament
The PDL connective tissue extends from cementum covering the…
Principal Fibers
The PDL is primarily composed of these dense fibrous collagen…
20 terms
dental caries and periodontal disease
dental caries
bacteria that causes caries
acid that causes caries
what type of food comtains damaging or…
caused by bacteria demineralising the tooth and causing decay
streptococcus mutans ... lactobacilli
lactic acid ... citiric acid
carboyhydrates
dental caries
caused by bacteria demineralising the tooth and causing decay
bacteria that causes caries
streptococcus mutans ... lactobacilli
39 terms
Dental Procedure: Periodontal Disease
probing
gingivitis
periodontisit
calculus
measure pocket depth
inflammation of the gingiva
inflammation of the periodontis
calcified dental plaque
probing
measure pocket depth
gingivitis
inflammation of the gingiva
34 terms
Periodontal Disease and Dental Charting
Periodontitis
What is Periodontitis caused by?
Who gets periodontits?
What is tartar?
Disease of the periodontium (Includes gingiva, cementum, peri…
Accumulation of plaque
85% percent of dogs over 3
AKA Calculus; when bacteria absorb calcium from saliva and be…
Periodontitis
Disease of the periodontium (Includes gingiva, cementum, peri…
What is Periodontitis caused by?
Accumulation of plaque
39 terms
DENTAL CARIES AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES
DENTAL CARIES CAUSED BY
TYPES OF CARIES
FOUR FACTORS FOR DENTAL CARIES TO OCCUR
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
DEMINERALIZATION OF TOOTH STRUCTURE BY ACIDS PRODUCED DURING…
OCCLUSAL CARIES SMOOTH SURFACE CARIES INTERPROXIMAL CARIES AN…
SUSCEPTIBLE HOST MICROORGANISIMS SUBSTRATE AND TIME
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
DENTAL CARIES CAUSED BY
DEMINERALIZATION OF TOOTH STRUCTURE BY ACIDS PRODUCED DURING…
83 terms
Dental Infections-Periodontal Disease
What is "periodontal disease?"
What percent of the U.S. has periodont…
T or F periodontal disease is multifac…
What is the main "cause" of tissue des…
an inflammatory disease initiated by the accumulation of gram…
50%
True
Host Inflammatory Response
What is "periodontal disease?"
an inflammatory disease initiated by the accumulation of gram…
What percent of the U.S. has periodont…
50%
40 terms
Dental Hygiene II - Chapter 15 - Periodontal
w/in 2-4 days, WBC, increased flow of…
7-14 days, fluid: lymphoctes, neutroph…
Fluid & Leukocytes, plasma cells (w/ch…
SupraG. Bacteria enter sulcus and prov…
Initial Lesion (I)
Early Lesion (II)
Established Lesion (III)
Advanced Lesion (IV)
w/in 2-4 days, WBC, increased flow of…
Initial Lesion (I)
7-14 days, fluid: lymphoctes, neutroph…
Early Lesion (II)
Dental and Periodontal diseases - Enfermedades dentales y periodontales
Plaque
Teeth
Gum
Tooth roots
Sarro
Diente
Encía
Raíces
Plaque
Sarro
Teeth
Diente
Dental and Periodontal diseases - Enfermedades dentales y periodontales
Plaque
Teeth
Gum
Tooth roots
Sarro
Diente
Encía
Raíces
Plaque
Sarro
Teeth
Diente
18 terms
Microorganisms in dental caries and periodontal disease
Why chewing gum is good
Red complex organisms
Koch's postulates
Hypotheses
it stimulates from parotid gland, which produces a more water…
Porphyromonas gingivalis... Tannerella forsythia... Treponema denti…
The organism must be found in all cases of the disease... It mus…
a theory until proven false
Why chewing gum is good
it stimulates from parotid gland, which produces a more water…
Red complex organisms
Porphyromonas gingivalis... Tannerella forsythia... Treponema denti…
45 terms
Microbiology of Dental Infections- Periodontal Disease
periodontal disease
Periodontal disease pathogenesis
Non-specific Plaque Hypothesis
Experimental Gingivitis in Man 1965 Lo…
an inflammatory disease initiated by the accumulation of gram…
dental biofilms as instigator... pathway between host immune inf…
mixed infections... quantity is important... similarity between pai…
experiment that shows plaque formation ... Cocci 1-2 days... Rods a…
periodontal disease
an inflammatory disease initiated by the accumulation of gram…
Periodontal disease pathogenesis
dental biofilms as instigator... pathway between host immune inf…
16 terms
Dental Biofilm/Plaque and Periodontal Disease
List the 5 components of the periodont…
Function of the Apical, Oblique, and H…
Components of the Dentogingival junction
Junctional Epithelium, hemidesmosomes…
ALVEOLAR BONE- ... Spongy- increases and decreases response to p…
APICAL... Root apex to bone... Resist vertical forces... OBLIQUE... Root…
FREE GINGIVA... Circles tooth but is not attached to the cervica…
gingival sulcus attaches to the tooth at the coronal part of…
List the 5 components of the periodont…
ALVEOLAR BONE- ... Spongy- increases and decreases response to p…
Function of the Apical, Oblique, and H…
APICAL... Root apex to bone... Resist vertical forces... OBLIQUE... Root…
53 terms
DENTAL CARIES AND PERIODONTAL DISEASE EXAAM
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES CAUSED BY
FOUR TYPES OF CARIES
FOUR FACTORS FOR DENTAL CARIES TO OCCUR
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
DEMINERALIZATION OF TOOTH STRUCTURE BY ACIDS PRODUCED DURING…
OCCLUSAL CARIES SMOOTH CARIES INTERPROXIMAL CARIES AND ROOT C…
SUSCEPTIBLE HOST MICROORGANISMS SUBSTRATE AND TIME
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
WHAT IS DENTAL CARIES CAUSED BY
DEMINERALIZATION OF TOOTH STRUCTURE BY ACIDS PRODUCED DURING…
50 terms
Dental hygiene Ch.4 diseases
HIV
Incubation period for HIV
Communicable period of a disease
Communicable period for HIV
Aka aids, transmitted through blood, infected needles, sexual…
detectable antibodies: less than one month. ... Disease diagnosi…
When an infectious agent may be transferred directly or indir…
Asymptomatic through life.
HIV
Aka aids, transmitted through blood, infected needles, sexual…
Incubation period for HIV
detectable antibodies: less than one month. ... Disease diagnosi…
108 terms
Dental Hygiene II - Chapter 37 Non-Surgical Periodontal Instrumentation
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
Chronic... Aggressive... Other forms
1. To control the bacterial challenge…
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
What are the 3 Categories of Periodontitis?
What are the goals of NSPT?
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
108 terms
Dental Hygiene II - Chapter 37 Non-Surgical Periodontal Instrumentation
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
Chronic... Aggressive... Other forms
1. To control the bacterial challenge…
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
What are the 3 Categories of Periodontitis?
What are the goals of NSPT?
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
108 terms
Dental Hygiene II - Chapter 37 Non-Surgical Periodontal Instrumentation
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
Chronic... Aggressive... Other forms
1. To control the bacterial challenge…
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
What are the 3 Categories of Periodontitis?
What are the goals of NSPT?
Gingivitis and Periodontitis
Name 2 Categories of Periodontal Disease?
Plaque induced... Non-plaque induced
What are 2 Categories of Gingivitis?
27 terms
chapter 13 + 14 - DENTAL CARIES & PERIODONTAL DISEASE
caries
demineralization
remineralization
mutans strepococci
another name for tooth decay
loss of minerals from the tooth
replacement of minerals in the tooth
bacteria primarily responsible for caries
caries
another name for tooth decay
demineralization
loss of minerals from the tooth
10 terms
Dental and Periodontal diseases - Zahn- und Zahnwurzelerkrankungen
Plaque
Teeth
Gum
Tooth roots
der Zahnbelag
die Zähne
das Zahnfleisch
die Zahnwurzeln
Plaque
der Zahnbelag
Teeth
die Zähne
36 terms
VNT I: Periodontal Disease and Dental Instruments
What percents of dogs and cats are aff…
Pellicle
Plaque
Calculus
Dogs: 80%... Cats: 70%
- sticky, thick biofilm... - forms in 20 minutes
Thickened Pellicle... - anaerobic ... - colonization of biofilm ... -…
Tartar ... - forms in 7 days... -mechanical removal
What percents of dogs and cats are aff…
Dogs: 80%... Cats: 70%
Pellicle
- sticky, thick biofilm... - forms in 20 minutes
36 terms
MICROBIOLOGY week 15 Dental Caries & Periodontal Disease
Dental Caries = ... caused by?
Types of Caries:
Four Factors for Dental Caries to occur:
Susceptible Host
infectious disease... demineralization of tooth structure by ac…
Occlusal Caries... Smooth surface caries... Interproximal Caries…
- Susceptible Host... - Microorganisms... - Substrate... - Time
For dental caries to occur the person MUST be susceptible to…
Dental Caries = ... caused by?
infectious disease... demineralization of tooth structure by ac…
Types of Caries:
Occlusal Caries... Smooth surface caries... Interproximal Caries…
133 terms
Dental material, tobacco, pathogenesis of periodontal disease
How much money spent on tobacco ? did…
What are the diseases associated with…
Those who died before the age of (....…
What toxins are found in cigarets
Men are more at risk, prevalence decreased, 147 billion spent
BECHLS... 1) Bronchitis... 2) Emphysema... 3) Cancers of oral cavity,…
before the age of 70 lose 20 years ... Half of long term smoker…
1) Carbon monoxide... 2) Ammonia ... 3) Hydrogen cyanide ... 4) Formal…
How much money spent on tobacco ? did…
Men are more at risk, prevalence decreased, 147 billion spent
What are the diseases associated with…
BECHLS... 1) Bronchitis... 2) Emphysema... 3) Cancers of oral cavity,…
34 terms
Modern Dental Assisting Chapter 14: Periodontal Disease
Calculus
Gingivitis
Periodontal
Periodontitis
Calcium & phosphate salts in saliva that become mineralized &…
Inflammation of the gingival tissue.
Infectious disease process that involves inflammation.
Inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of the teeth.
Calculus
Calcium & phosphate salts in saliva that become mineralized &…
Gingivitis
Inflammation of the gingival tissue.
71 terms
Foundations of Patient Care: The Dental Biofilm: Periodontal Disease
Learning objectives
how many bacteria are in the human bod…
where are most of the human microbial…
T/F: The microflora of each surface is…
List the role of resident microflora in health.... Explain how t…
The bacterial population comprises 2 kg of the total body wei…
The majority are found on exposed surfaces of the body:... Skin,…
True
Learning objectives
List the role of resident microflora in health.... Explain how t…
how many bacteria are in the human bod…
The bacterial population comprises 2 kg of the total body wei…
15 terms
Dental Hygiene Procedure Codes: Preventative Services/Periodontal Terms
D0170
D0180
D0200
D1110
Re-evaluation- Limited Problem
Comprehensive Periodontal Evaluation-(New or established pati…
Radiographs
Adult Prophy
D0170
Re-evaluation- Limited Problem
D0180
Comprehensive Periodontal Evaluation-(New or established pati…
63 terms
Modern Dental assisting Ch. 14 Periodontal Disease
What is Periodontal Disease?
Periodontium is made of what Structures?
What does periodontal disease cause? (3)
What is the leading cause of tooth los…
An infectious disease process involving the inflammation of t…
Is made of structures that surround, support and attach to te…
A brake down of the periodontium, resulting in loss of attach…
Periodontal disease.
What is Periodontal Disease?
An infectious disease process involving the inflammation of t…
Periodontium is made of what Structures?
Is made of structures that surround, support and attach to te…
19 terms
Chapter 16 Intro to Dental Hygiene: disease development.
Cicatrix
Collagen
Collagenase
Desquamation
-the fibrous tissue lest after the healing of a wound; cicatr…
-white fibers of the connective tissue
-enzymes that catalyzes the degradation of collagen.
-shedding of the outer epithelial later of the stratified squ…
Cicatrix
-the fibrous tissue lest after the healing of a wound; cicatr…
Collagen
-white fibers of the connective tissue
63 terms
Intro to Dental Hygiene: chapter 4 disease transmission
Aerosol
Microbial aerosol
Anergy
Antibody
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
diminished reactivity to specific antigens; inability to reac…
a soluble protein molecule produced and secreted by body cell…
Aerosol
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
Microbial aerosol
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
63 terms
Intro to Dental Hygiene: chapter 4 disease transmission
Aerosol
Microbial aerosol
Anergy
Antibody
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
diminished reactivity to specific antigens; inability to reac…
a soluble protein molecule produced and secreted by body cell…
Aerosol
an artificially generated collection of particles suspended i…
Microbial aerosol
suspension of particles in the air that consists partially or…
29 terms
Dental Assisting 2 Periodontal Disease exam
Periodontal disease
PERIODONTIUM
gingivitis,periodontitis
Structures of the Periodontium
is an infectious disease that involves inflammation of the st…
The _____________ is made up of structures that Surround, Sup…
The term Periodontal Disease includes both ___________ and __…
Gingiva... Periodontal Ligament (PDL)... Cementum... Alveolar Bone
Periodontal disease
is an infectious disease that involves inflammation of the st…
PERIODONTIUM
The _____________ is made up of structures that Surround, Sup…
34 terms
Modern Dental Assisting Chapter 14: Periodontal Disease
Calculus
Gingivitis
Periodontal
Periodontitis
Calcium & phosphate salts in saliva that become mineralized &…
Inflammation of the gingival tissue.
Infectious disease process that involves inflammation.
Inflammatory disease of the supporting tissues of the teeth.
Calculus
Calcium & phosphate salts in saliva that become mineralized &…
Gingivitis
Inflammation of the gingival tissue.
68 terms
Periodontal Diseases (Chapter 14 Dental Education)
Periodontal is
The periodontium is made up of structu…
Periodontal disease causes a breakdown…
Periodontal diseases are the leading c…
a disease that involves inflammation of the structures of the…
support, surround, and are attached to the teeth
True
True
Periodontal is
a disease that involves inflammation of the structures of the…
The periodontium is made up of structu…
support, surround, and are attached to the teeth
9 terms
Vet practice anagement- periodontal disease and dental radiograph
Disease second only to periodontal whe…
term for the root becoming part of the…
Disease level with gingivitis but no a…
When to radiograph in relation to clea…
feline resorptive lesions
ankilosis
1
after, but before polish
Disease second only to periodontal whe…
feline resorptive lesions
term for the root becoming part of the…
ankilosis
53 terms
Dental Hygiene - Infection Control: Transmissible Diseases
Standard of care
Many of the salivary bacteria come fro…
Infectious process: chain of events re…
Aerosols
Protects DHCP and patients from pathogens that can be spread…
A
1. Infectious agent: the invading organism... 2. Reservoir: wher…
Classified as less than 50 micrometers in diameter - with nea…
Standard of care
Protects DHCP and patients from pathogens that can be spread…
Many of the salivary bacteria come fro…
A
19 terms
Chapter 16 Intro to Dental Hygiene: disease development.
Cicatrix
Collagen
Collagenase
Desquamation
-the fibrous tissue lest after the healing of a wound; cicatr…
-white fibers of the connective tissue
-enzymes that catalyzes the degradation of collagen.
-shedding of the outer epithelial later of the stratified squ…
Cicatrix
-the fibrous tissue lest after the healing of a wound; cicatr…
Collagen
-white fibers of the connective tissue
75 terms
Restorations, Dental Materials, Foreign Objects, Caries & Periodontal Disease
composite restorations, porcelain crown
porcelain crowns, porcelain fused to m…
acrylics, RL
porcelain, RP
the left two teeth are _____ and the right is a ____
the top three teeth are _____ and the bottom left two are ___…
_____ are the least dense non-metal restorations so more ____
_____ crowns are the most dense non-metal restorations so mor…
composite restorations, porcelain crown
the left two teeth are _____ and the right is a ____
porcelain crowns, porcelain fused to m…
the top three teeth are _____ and the bottom left two are ___…
44 terms
Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene-Prevention of Disease Transmission Part 1
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Occupational Safety & Health Administr…
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
Infection
Government agency whose mission is to promote health and qual…
Government agency whose missions to protect workers by ensuri…
Form containing data regarding the properties of a particular…
__________ = (virulence x dose of organisms) / host resistance
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Government agency whose mission is to promote health and qual…
Occupational Safety & Health Administr…
Government agency whose missions to protect workers by ensuri…
48 terms
Fundamentals of Dental Hygiene-Prevention of Disease Transmission Part 2
Engineering controls
Work practice controls
Disinfection
High
Devices or equipment that reduce or eliminate a hazard; ex. S…
Reduce the likelihood of exposure to bloodborne pathogens by…
Physical or chemical process; reduces or eliminates microorga…
_______ level disinfectants: EPA registered sporicides, can a…
Engineering controls
Devices or equipment that reduce or eliminate a hazard; ex. S…
Work practice controls
Reduce the likelihood of exposure to bloodborne pathogens by…
95 terms
Dental Hygiene III - Chapter 63 - The Patient With a Cardiovascular Disease
CVD
Perio Disease
1. Hereditary Genetic disorder (ex. Do…
Sac formed by the localized dilation o…
A link exists between __ and periodontal disease?
Persons with __? have a greater risk of incurring fatal CVD t…
Congenital Heart Disease is caused by?
Aneurysm
CVD
A link exists between __ and periodontal disease?
Perio Disease
Persons with __? have a greater risk of incurring fatal CVD t…
34 terms
Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist Ch. 19 Periodontal Disease Development
Name the factors for disease development
Etiologic factor
Risk factor
Predisposing factor
Etiologic... Predisposing... Contributing... Risk... May be local or syst…
Actual cause of disease/condition
Increases the probability that disease will occur
Renders a person susceptible to a disease or condition
Name the factors for disease development
Etiologic... Predisposing... Contributing... Risk... May be local or syst…
Etiologic factor
Actual cause of disease/condition
61 terms
Dental Hygiene III - Chapter 62 - The Patient with Respiratory Disease
compromise dental and dental hygiene c…
1. Respiratory diseases, ... 2. Medicatio…
1. asthma... 2. chronic obstructive pulmo…
1. emphysema... 2. chronic bronchitis
Respiratory diseases are common among the general population…
To properly manage respiratory disease patients it is importa…
The most frequently encountered respiratory diseases are __?
COPD encompasses which diseases?
compromise dental and dental hygiene c…
Respiratory diseases are common among the general population…
1. Respiratory diseases, ... 2. Medicatio…
To properly manage respiratory disease patients it is importa…
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