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1

Long target film distance

Image sharper and less magnification

2

Paralleling technique

Long target image receptor destabt 12 inch to 16 inch PID

3

Bicuspid technique

The shorter 8 inch PID
Come and save the lack of parallel is him between the long axis of the bottom tooth and the plan of the image receptor

4

Foreshortened

When the vertical angulation is excessive (greater then perpendicular to the imaginary bisector) of the image will be foreshortened

5

I've had way too much to drink I need to be cut off

Decrease intake, use technique to correct foreshortened

6

How to correct for shortening?

Decrease the vertical angulation

7

Elongated

When the vertical angulation is in adequate (less than perpendicular to the imaginary bisector), the image will be elongated

8

I have a long night of drinking ahead of me I need to catch up

Used to correct elongation

9

How to correct elongation errors

Increase the vertical angulation

10

Which film is preferred on bite wings emanations

Number two

11

What are the disadvantages and advantages of using number three on bitewings

Advantages-One film is needed on each side
Disadvantages it can cause overlapping and his mirror and cannot reveal all the crestal bone level

12

Occlusal examination

Is to show the entire maxillary and mandible arch or positions there of on a single film
Used when large areas of the Maxilla or the mandible must be visible

13

Orientation of the image receptor occlusal technique

White side facing the arch that is being exposed
Receptor is placed in the mouth between the occlusal surface of the maxillary mandibul teeth
Receptor is stabilizing the patient gently bite on the surface receptor

14

Occlusal radiographs

2 pediatric 4adults

15

Topographic projections

Used to examine the pallet in the anterior teeth

16

Lateral projections

Used to examine the pallet of roots of molar teeth. And maybe I'll see you to book a foreign bodies or lesions in the posterior maxilla

17

Pediatric projections

Used to them in the anterior teeth of the maxilla and is recommended for children under five

18

Bitewing radiographs

And Inzer oral radiograph it shows a crowns of both the upper and lower teeth

19

Cone cut error

It term used to describe a tech nique air and went to center beam is not directed toward the center of the image receptor, resulting in a blank area and I'm part of the radiographs that was not reached by radiation.. To fix move towards the cone

20

Horizontal angulation

Direction of central beam in a horizontal plane encourage horizontal angulation results and overlapping the proximal structures

21

Paralleling technique

And her oral technique that place is the image receptor position parallel to the long axis of the teeth want to center beam radiation is directed perpendicularly a right angle towards both the Teeth and image receptor

22

Which of these is not an answer or a radiograph

Panoramic

23

Which radio graph is used most often to the tech proximal surface dental decay

Bitewing

24

Where's enter oral technique satisfies more Shadowcasting principles

Paralleling

25

Which intraoral technique is based on the rule of iso symmetry

Bisecting

26

Are are correct except
A)object and interceptors should be perpendicular to each other
B) object and image receptor should be as close as possible to each other
C) object should be as far as practical from the target source of radiation
D) radiation should strike the object an image receptor perpendicularly

A

27

What is the minimal image receptor requirement for an adult full mouth series of periapical radiographs

14

28

How many size to image receptors are required by most healthcare practices for the exposure of posterior Rady agar fee of a full mouth series

8

29

Lining the image receptor up behind the right and left central lateral incisors to include them mesial half of the right and left canine describe the image receptor placement of which of the following periapical radiographs

Central incisors

30

Anterior. Apical an injury such as our place in the oral cavity. Posterior periapical image receptors are placed in the oral cavity

Vertically and horizontally