TEST PREVIEW

  1. What is the ADA’s standard for viewing and interpreting intraoral radiographic images?
  1. Structures that appear radiopaque on radiographic images _______________.
  1. What is the structure identified by the arrow on this periapical image?
    Radiograph for test question 3
  1. Which anatomical structure fits the description, thin vertical linear radiolucency?
  1. What is a common alternate name for the structure identified by the arrow on this periapical?
    Radiograph for test question 5
  1. What structure represents a depression in bone on the labial aspect of the maxilla?
  1. Which structure is the classic radiographic landmark of the maxillary canine-lateral region?
  1. What is the prominent radiolucent structure of the posterior maxilla?
  1. What is the structure identified by the arrow on this posterior periapical?
    Radiograph for test question 9
  1. What mandibular structure is recorded on maxillary molar periapicals?
  1. The hamular process is part of which structure?
  1. What term is an alternate name for the genial tubercle?
  1. What structure is identified by the arrow on this periapical image?
    Radiograph for test question 13
  1. What structure is clearly demonstrated on the lower third of this photograph?
    Radiograph for test question 14
  1. What structure is the primary landmark for the mandibular premolar area?
  1. Which anatomical landmark is recorded on this molar bitewing view?
    Radiograph for test question 16
  1. What is the structure identified by the arrow on this periapical image?
    Radiograph for test question 17
  1. Each of the following foramina are recorded on intraoral periapicals except one. Which is the exception?
  1. Which structure would match the description, tubular radiolucency with fine radiopaque borders?
  1. What structure is housed within the submandibular fossa?