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Dental Radiology (29-71)
The white or light gray areas of a rad…
List three examples of dental structur…
List two examples of dental structures…
What periapical radiograph is most lik…
Radiopaque
bone, enamel, and dentin +amalgam/metal restoration
pulp and periodontal diseases
maxillary molar region or premolar
The white or light gray areas of a rad…
Radiopaque
List three examples of dental structur…
bone, enamel, and dentin +amalgam/metal restoration
Men in the History of Dental Radiology
Who discovered x-rays?
First to expose a dental radiograph?
First dental x-ray in the United States?
Introduced the hot cathode ray?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Dr. Otto Walkhoff
Dr. William James Morton, Dr. William Herbert Rollins, Edmund…
Dr. William David Coolidge
Who discovered x-rays?
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
First to expose a dental radiograph?
Dr. Otto Walkhoff
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Dental Assisting Radiology
Whilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Otto Walkoff
Dr C. Edmund Kells
Electromagnetic Energy
Father of x-rays discovered in 1895. Used his wife and a shot…
The first to take a Dental Radiograph. Just 2 weeks after the…
A New Orleans dentist obtained the first intra-oral radiograp…
A type of radiation.
Whilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Father of x-rays discovered in 1895. Used his wife and a shot…
Otto Walkoff
The first to take a Dental Radiograph. Just 2 weeks after the…
90 terms
Dental radiology board review
Which radiology innovator is known as…
What is the source of electrons used f…
Where does the generation of xrays in…
Which theory best describes the free r…
Willhelm Roentgen
Tungsten filament
Tungsten target
Indirect theory
Which radiology innovator is known as…
Willhelm Roentgen
What is the source of electrons used f…
Tungsten filament
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Dental Radiology NBDHE
Radiation History
Who discovered the x-ray?
How did ___ discover the x-ray?
Ionization
Wilhelm Roentgen discovered the x-ray in 1895... He discovered x…
Wilhelm Roentgen
Wilhelm Roentgen; discovered it while experimenting with a ca…
The production of ions
Radiation History
Wilhelm Roentgen discovered the x-ray in 1895... He discovered x…
Who discovered the x-ray?
Wilhelm Roentgen
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Dental Hygiene Radiology Board Review
The head is twisted.
The head is turned to one side, causin…
The patient's chin is too high, causin…
The cervical spine is slumped, appeari…
The head is twisted.
The head is turned to one side, causin…
63 terms
Dental Assistant Radiology
Radiology
Radiation
Radiograh
X-Radiation (X-Ray)
Science of radiation as used in medicine
Electromagnetic rays that travel as waves of energy through s…
Image produced on photosensitive film by exposing film to x-r…
High energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation
Radiology
Science of radiation as used in medicine
Radiation
Electromagnetic rays that travel as waves of energy through s…
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Dental Radiology 2b dental assist
Patient preperation
Exposure Techniques
Paralleling technique
what will you NEVER do while performin…
remove removable objects, sit up straight, and covered with a…
Paralleling and bisecting angle technique
primary beam projected at a right angle to the PSP plate/sens…
hold the PSP for patient and stand in the path of the primary…
Patient preperation
remove removable objects, sit up straight, and covered with a…
Exposure Techniques
Paralleling and bisecting angle technique
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Dental Hygiene Radiology
Radiation
X-Radiation
x-ray
radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high-energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation produced by…
a beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
the study of radiation as used in medicine
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X-Radiation
A high-energy ionizing electromagnetic radiation produced by…
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dental radiology Ch. 2
protons
neutron
nucleus
electrons
positive charged particles
particles with no charge
dense core of the atom
tiny negatively charged particles that have very little mass,…
protons
positive charged particles
neutron
particles with no charge
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Dental Radiology - Radiological Interpretation I
1. Why is it difficult to see early ap…
2. How does cervical burnout occur?
3. How can you distinguish cervical bu…
4. Why is it difficult to differentiat…
Early caries - May be hidden by overlaying enamel ... Occlusal…
An increased radiolucency in the mesial and distal cervical r…
Cervical burnout is only found in cervical region, which is u…
Due to superimposition of the densities of normal tooth struc…
1. Why is it difficult to see early ap…
Early caries - May be hidden by overlaying enamel ... Occlusal…
2. How does cervical burnout occur?
An increased radiolucency in the mesial and distal cervical r…
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Dental Radiology Chapter 11
Information found on dental images
Knowledge and skill requirements of th…
Duties and Responsibilities of the Den…
Professional Goals
Missing teeth... Extra teeth... Impacted teeth... Dental caries... Period…
Background knowledge of:... Dental imaging... Radiation history... Rad…
Positioning and exposure of dental x-ray imaging receptors... Pr…
Have pride in his or her work... Strive for professional improve…
Information found on dental images
Missing teeth... Extra teeth... Impacted teeth... Dental caries... Period…
Knowledge and skill requirements of th…
Background knowledge of:... Dental imaging... Radiation history... Rad…
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Dental Radiology and Diagnosis - Koenig
Resolution in CBCT imaging is most dep…
When the head of the condyle is fractu…
MRI is used in dentistry to image the…
In nuclear medicine, the patient becom…
d) voxel size
d) downward, forward, medially
b) can image soft tissues
b) gamma rays
Resolution in CBCT imaging is most dep…
d) voxel size
When the head of the condyle is fractu…
d) downward, forward, medially
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Dental Radiology Chapter 7
Image Receptors:
Receptor:
Film Composition:
Film Base:
The dental x-ray film serves as a recording medium or image r…
Something that responds to a stimulus.
1.) Film Base.... 2.) Adhesive Layer.... 3.) Film Emulsion.... 4.)…
Flexible piece of plastic (0.2mm 200 microns.) thick construc…
Image Receptors:
The dental x-ray film serves as a recording medium or image r…
Receptor:
Something that responds to a stimulus.
28 terms
Dental Radiology Chapter 1
Radiation
X-radiation
X-ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
A high-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine, a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
X-radiation
A high-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
90 terms
Dental radiology board review
Which radiology innovator is known as…
What is the source of electrons used f…
Where does the generation of xrays in…
Which theory best describes the free r…
Willhelm Roentgen
Tungsten filament
Tungsten target
Indirect theory
Which radiology innovator is known as…
Willhelm Roentgen
What is the source of electrons used f…
Tungsten filament
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Dental Radiology - Equipment & Film
What are the two types of x-ray machin…
Part of intraoral machine that contain…
Part of intraoral machine that suspend…
Part of intraoral machine that contain…
intraoral... extraoral
Tube Head
Extension arm
Control Panel
What are the two types of x-ray machin…
intraoral... extraoral
Part of intraoral machine that contain…
Tube Head
38 terms
Dental Radiology Chapter 15
Rationale for Infection Control
Pathogen
Pathogens present in oral or respirato…
Routes of Disease Transmission:
Primary purpose is to prevent the transmission of infectious…
A microorganism capable of causing disease
Cold and flu viruses and bacteria... Cytomegalovirus (CMV) ... Hepa…
1.) Direct contact (airborne) ... 2.) Indirect contact... 3.) Direc…
Rationale for Infection Control
Primary purpose is to prevent the transmission of infectious…
Pathogen
A microorganism capable of causing disease
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Dental Radiology Chapter 10
Long Axis of a Tooth
LCP; Long Cone Paralleling Technique
Bisector Line
Bisecting Angle Technique
imaginary line that divides the crown of a tooth into 2 halves
relationship b/t the long axis of a tooth & the plane of the…
imaginary line that divides an angle into 2 equal halves
the long axis of the tooth & the plane of the film intersect…
Long Axis of a Tooth
imaginary line that divides the crown of a tooth into 2 halves
LCP; Long Cone Paralleling Technique
relationship b/t the long axis of a tooth & the plane of the…
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Dental Radiology Chapter 1
Radiation
X-Radiation
X-ray
Radiology
Energy carried by waves or streams of particles
High-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam of…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; A bran…
Radiation
Energy carried by waves or streams of particles
X-Radiation
High-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam of…
29 terms
Dental Radiology - Chapter One
Radiation
X-ray
Radiology
Radiograph
Energy carried by waves or streams of particles
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
A picture (visible photographic record) on film produced by t…
Radiation
Energy carried by waves or streams of particles
X-ray
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
22 terms
Dental radiology history
William Conrad Roentogen
X-ray discovery
RADIOGRAPH
Dr. Otto Walkoff
First to discover x-rays, November 8th, 1895
Experiment in Bavaria Germany, Vacuum tube called Crookes Tub…
X = unknown Similar to radio waves Similar to photographic ne…
German physicist, 1st to expose a prototype of a dental radio…
William Conrad Roentogen
First to discover x-rays, November 8th, 1895
X-ray discovery
Experiment in Bavaria Germany, Vacuum tube called Crookes Tub…
229 terms
Dental Radiology Test 2
Radiolucent
Radiopaque
Density
Contrast
Portion of the image that is dark or black
Portion of the image that is light or white
Degree of darkness or image blackening
Refers to the many shades of gray that separate the dark and…
Radiolucent
Portion of the image that is dark or black
Radiopaque
Portion of the image that is light or white
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Dental Radiology Chapter 6
Tubehead
Extension Arm
Control Pad
Control Devices
Contains the x-ray tube that produces dental x-rays.
Suspends the x-ray tubehead, houses the electrical wires and…
Allows the dental radiographer to regulate the x-ray beam, is…
Regulate the x-ray beam and include the timer and the kilovol…
Tubehead
Contains the x-ray tube that produces dental x-rays.
Extension Arm
Suspends the x-ray tubehead, houses the electrical wires and…
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Dental Radiology Final
Which of the following statements is t…
Which component of x-ray film provides…
The film base is a flexible piece of
The film base if transparent with a sl…
The film is placed to the lingual of the teeth
Film Base
polyester plastic
blue
Which of the following statements is t…
The film is placed to the lingual of the teeth
Which component of x-ray film provides…
Film Base
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Dental Radiology Chapter 14
Self-determination
Information provided to the patient sh…
Disclosure
Liability
Persons have the legal right to make choices about the care r…
Purpose and potential benefits to the images... Person responsib…
The process of informing the patient about the particulars of…
Dentists are legally accountable or liable to supervise the p…
Self-determination
Persons have the legal right to make choices about the care r…
Information provided to the patient sh…
Purpose and potential benefits to the images... Person responsib…
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Dental Radiology Chapter 12
Interpersonal Skills
Facilitation Skills
Patient Relations
The excessive use of technical words m…
Skills that promote good relationships between individuals.... *…
Interpersonal skills used to ease communication and develop t…
Refers to the relationship between the patient ad the dental…
Confuse the patient and result in miscommunication.
Interpersonal Skills
Skills that promote good relationships between individuals.... *…
Facilitation Skills
Interpersonal skills used to ease communication and develop t…
Dental Radiology Final
Radiation is defined as
A Radiograph is defined as
The x-ray was discovered by
Which are the following statements tru…
A form of energy carried by waves or streams particles.
A picture on film produced by the passage of x-rays through a…
Wilhelm Roentgen
The K shell is the closest to the nucleus and has the highest…
Radiation is defined as
A form of energy carried by waves or streams particles.
A Radiograph is defined as
A picture on film produced by the passage of x-rays through a…
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Dental Radiology Final Exam
When taking a bitewing series on an ad…
What size should the film be when taki…
A periapical view shows the tooth from…
What is the order that the film goes t…
4, horizontal
4
approximately 2 to 3 mm beyond the apex
Developer, fixer, water, drying compartment
When taking a bitewing series on an ad…
4, horizontal
What size should the film be when taki…
4
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Dental Radiology Test Three
What do the silver halide crystals sus…
What is the protective coating of the…
What are the five things emulsion are…
What is the invisible image that is st…
Emulsion
Gelatin
1. Light... 2. Radiation... 3. Heat ... 4. Chemical fumes... 5. Bending
Latent image
What do the silver halide crystals sus…
Emulsion
What is the protective coating of the…
Gelatin
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Dental Radiology Final Exam
Tissue damage from exposure to x-rays…
What is the kVp range?
What is used to insulate the tubehead?
Improper central ray entry causes?
Ionization
65-100
oil
cone cutting
Tissue damage from exposure to x-rays…
Ionization
What is the kVp range?
65-100
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Dental Radiology terms
Radiation
X- radiation
X- ray
Radiology
form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
high- energy radiation produced by collision of a beam of ele…
a beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a branch o…
Radiation
form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X- radiation
high- energy radiation produced by collision of a beam of ele…
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Dental Radiology Terms: 1
ALARA
Collimator
Dosimeter
Primary Beam
"As Low As Reasonably Achievable."
helps eliminate peripheral radiation
a device that measures cumulative radiation
the main flow of x-rays from the x-ray machine
ALARA
"As Low As Reasonably Achievable."
Collimator
helps eliminate peripheral radiation
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chapter 8 dental radiology
is a series of steps that converts the…
is produced when the x ray photons are…
What are the basic steps of processing…
the role of the _________solution is t…
film processing (manually or automatic)
Latent (hidden) image
1.developing... 2.rinsing(automatic processors often omit this s…
developer (initial stage)
is a series of steps that converts the…
film processing (manually or automatic)
is produced when the x ray photons are…
Latent (hidden) image
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Dental Radiology Final Exam
ionization
penumbra
filtration
lead apron
the production of ions, the process of converting an atom int…
fuzzy border of an object as imaged radiographically
the use of absorbing materials (ex. aluminum) for removing th…
a flexible lead shield used to protect the patients reproduct…
ionization
the production of ions, the process of converting an atom int…
penumbra
fuzzy border of an object as imaged radiographically
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Dental Radiology Ch 16
bitetab
Bitewing radiograph
Contact point
embrasure
An extension, made out of heavy paper or plastic, that is att…
An intraoral radiograph that shows the crowns of both the upp…
The area of a tooth surface that touches another tooth. This…
The space between the sloping proximal surfaces of the teeth.…
bitetab
An extension, made out of heavy paper or plastic, that is att…
Bitewing radiograph
An intraoral radiograph that shows the crowns of both the upp…
50 terms
Dental Radiology Ch 8
acidifier
activator
automatic processor
darkroom
a chemical (acetic acid) in the fixer solution that neutraliz…
a chemical (usually sodium carbonate) in the developer soluti…
a machine that develops, fixes, washes, and dries radiographi…
a light-tight rom with special safelighting where x-ray film…
acidifier
a chemical (acetic acid) in the fixer solution that neutraliz…
activator
a chemical (usually sodium carbonate) in the developer soluti…
44 terms
Dental radiology image
Unexposed film
Exposed to light
Overexposed
Underexposed
Unexposed film
Exposed to light
40 terms
Dental Radiology Chap 7
Which of these is NOT a component of d…
Which of these is NOT a component of t…
Each of the following statements regar…
Which of the following radiographs get…
c. Phosphor crystals
d. Aluminum foil
a. E-speed film is the fastest film speed currently available.
b. Periapical
Which of these is NOT a component of d…
c. Phosphor crystals
Which of these is NOT a component of t…
d. Aluminum foil
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Dental Radiology NBDHE
Wilhelm Roentgen
ionization
ion pair
ionizing radiation
discovered the x-ray in 1895... he discovered x-rays while exper…
the production of ions (an atom that gains or loses an electr…
when an electron is removed from an atom in the ionization pr…
radiation that is capable of producing ions by removing or ad…
Wilhelm Roentgen
discovered the x-ray in 1895... he discovered x-rays while exper…
ionization
the production of ions (an atom that gains or loses an electr…
66 terms
Dental Radiology Midterm
Who discovered x-rays?
Who took the first dental radiograph?
Who invented and used an intraoral flu…
Who was the first to make dental radio…
Roetgen
Walkoff made first dental radiograph of himself
Rollins
Edmund Kells Jr.
Who discovered x-rays?
Roetgen
Who took the first dental radiograph?
Walkoff made first dental radiograph of himself
13 terms
Dental Radiology Ch 21
anatomical order
diagnosis
film mount
film mounting
The order in which teeth are arranged in the dental arches
The act of differentiating and determining the nature of a pr…
Plastic or cardboard holder with frames or windows that displ…
The placement of dental radiographs in a film mont for viewin…
anatomical order
The order in which teeth are arranged in the dental arches
diagnosis
The act of differentiating and determining the nature of a pr…
57 terms
dental radiology test 2
what is alara?
what is the consumer patient radiation…
what are the Protection Measures for t…
what percentage of kinetic energy is h…
As Low As Reasonably Achievable
-standardizes performance of x-ray machines... -requiring states…
-Time (minimal time near x-ray machine, Avoid standing in dir…
99% heat... 1% x-rays
what is alara?
As Low As Reasonably Achievable
what is the consumer patient radiation…
-standardizes performance of x-ray machines... -requiring states…
65 terms
Dental radiology chapter 4
Threshold
Threshold dose
Nonthreshold
What radiation dose is safe?
Point at which a stimulus first produces a sensation or tissu…
A dose of radiation given to a person below which a person ha…
Means that any radiation dose will produce a biologic effect
None
Threshold
Point at which a stimulus first produces a sensation or tissu…
Threshold dose
A dose of radiation given to a person below which a person ha…
37 terms
Radiology Dental anomolies
hyperdontia
hypodontia
oligodontia
anodontia
This picture is an example of..
What do you call the failure of teeth to develop?
If a client has many missing teeth, what are they diagnosed w…
If a client has a complete absence of teeth, what are they di…
hyperdontia
This picture is an example of..
hypodontia
What do you call the failure of teeth to develop?
41 terms
Dental Radiology terms
Radiation
X- radiation
X- ray
Radiology
form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
high- energy radiation produced by collision of a beam of ele…
a beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a branch o…
Radiation
form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X- radiation
high- energy radiation produced by collision of a beam of ele…
157 terms
Dental Radiology Final Exam
If you increase distance, what happens…
If you decrease distance, what happens…
What does kVp stand for?
What type of contrast is black and whi…
The intensity decreases so increase exposure time by four
The intensity increases so decrease exposure time by four
Kilovoltage potential
high contrast (short scale)
If you increase distance, what happens…
The intensity decreases so increase exposure time by four
If you decrease distance, what happens…
The intensity increases so decrease exposure time by four
157 terms
Dental Radiology Final Exam
If you increase distance, what happens…
If you decrease distance, what happens…
What does kVp stand for?
What type of contrast is black and whi…
The intensity decreases so increase exposure time by four
The intensity increases so decrease exposure time by four
Kilovoltage potential
high contrast (short scale)
If you increase distance, what happens…
The intensity decreases so increase exposure time by four
If you decrease distance, what happens…
The intensity increases so decrease exposure time by four
37 terms
Radiology Dental anomolies
hyperdontia
hypodontia
oligodontia
anodontia
This picture is an example of..
What do you call the failure of teeth to develop?
If a client has many missing teeth, what are they diagnosed w…
If a client has a complete absence of teeth, what are they di…
hyperdontia
This picture is an example of..
hypodontia
What do you call the failure of teeth to develop?
16 terms
Dental Radiology Chapter 13
Importance of Patient Education
Methods of Patient Education
Are Dental x-ray images really necessa…
How often do I need Dental x-ray Images?
Patient education concerning dental imaging is likely to resu…
Oral Presentation ... Video ... Printed literature... Or a combination.
Yes. Many diseases and conditions such as tooth decay, gum di…
Decisions about the number, type and frequency of dental x-ra…
Importance of Patient Education
Patient education concerning dental imaging is likely to resu…
Methods of Patient Education
Oral Presentation ... Video ... Printed literature... Or a combination.
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