TEST PREVIEW

  1. The prescription of the need, type and frequency of a radiographic examination should be determined by the _______________.
  1. Each of the following is necessary to complete prior to prescription of a radiographic examination EXCEPT which one?
  1. Which selection is an example of a positive clinical sign or symptom?
  1. Which type of radiographic examination is not addressed in the current guidelines?
  1. Legal consent requires each of the following EXCEPT?
  1. If no radiographs are recommended for the new child patient with a primary dentition, what would be the basis for that decision?
  1. For the new adolescent patient, what evidence would suggest that a full mouth radiographic examination is indicated?
  1. The radiographic imaging prescription for the new adult edentulous patient should be determined by _______________.
  1. The only time-based type of radiographic examination recommended in the guidelines is _______________.
  1. What is the recommended bitewing interval for the recall patient with a transitional dentition who presents with clinical caries?
  1. What type of radiographic examination is recommended for the recall adult dentate patient at low risk for caries?
  1. For the recall patient with evidence of localized areas of active periodontal disease, the most likely recommended radiographic examination would be _______________.
  1. Which radiographic survey would be indicated to assess growth and development of the third molar teeth in the new or recall adolescent patient?
  1. What is the primary basis to determine the appropriate radiographic examination to evaluate the need and type of imaging to assess dental and skeletal relationships?
  1. Review and consider patient scenario 1. Each of the following indicators suggest that David is at an increased risk of caries EXCEPT which one?
  1. Review and consider patient scenario 3. Which radiographic examination is recommended given the patient information presented in this case?
  1. The primary reason rectangular x-ray beam collimation is recommended for intraoral imaging is because it_______________.
  1. Which patient safety measure should be employed regardless of age or gender for intraoral radiographic procedures?
  1. The use of personal dosimeter monitoring is indicated if the radiation worker _______________.
  1. What is the annual dose limit for occupational whole-body radiation exposure?