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  1. If the foundation of an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan are a comprehensive medical and dental history, a thorough clinical examination, and diagnostic radiographs, the most difficult to obtain is _______________.
  1. A parent's resistance to the use of radiographs may be reduced by _______________.
  1. Radiographs are necessary because _______________.
  1. According to guidelines issued by various dental associations, _______________.
  1. If a parent refuses to have their child undergo radiographic examination, _______________.
  1. For a new patient in the primary dentition, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a new patient in the transitional dentition, the prescription of radiographs for assessment of dental disease should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a new patient with a permanent dentition, the prescription of radiographs for the assessment of dental disease should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the primary dentition exhibiting clinical caries or high risk factors for caries, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the transitional dentition exhibiting clinical caries or high risk factors, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the permanent dentition exhibiting clinical caries or high risk factors for caries, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the primary dentition exhibiting no clinical caries or no risk factors for caries, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the transitional dentition exhibiting no clinical caries or no risk factors for caries, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. For a recall patient in the permanent dentition exhibiting no clinical caries or no risk factors for caries, the prescription of radiographs should be limited to _______________.
  1. Which of the following is not true of CBCT?
  1. If a patient is uncooperative, which of the following is NOT performed?
  1. Which of the following is effective in reducing hyper gag reflex problems in children while taking radiographs?
  1. Starting with an anterior radiograph is an example of ____________.
  1. The "Lollipop Radiographic Technique" is an example of ____________.
  1. In the "Reverse Radiograph Technique" the exposure time is ____________.