Dental Radiology Review Quiz

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Welcome to the Happy Times Radiology Review Quiz! Questions are RANDOM and cover a whole lot of material. . . Stuff you maybe haven't learned yet either? It's meant to be a nice study guide and as a quick learning tool to help some of these things stick a lot better. Radiology is all about memorization, so the more things pop up, the more likely you are to remember them and identify them on spot tests and exams. SPELLING IS IMPORTANT! Dr. Packota will take marks off for incorrect spellings! The test depends on proper spelling and proper phrases i. E. "floor of nasal sinus" all needs to be written out to get the answer correct.

  
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  • 1. 

    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrow)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrow)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (black arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY (white arrows)

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    IDENTIFY THE CONDITION

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    WHAT IS THE MOST LIKELY CAUSE FOR THE ANOMALY AT THE WHITE ARROW?

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

  • 43. 
    Radiographs that are TOO DARK are the result of what common causes (choose all that apply):
    • A. 

      Underdeveloped (temp too low or time too short)

    • B. 

      Overdeveloped (temp too high or time too long)

    • C. 

      Excessive fixation

    • D. 

      Inadequate fixation

    • E. 

      Accidental exposure to light

    • F. 

      Patient movement

    • G. 

      Underexposed (mA, kVp or exposure time too low)

    • H. 

      Overexposed (mA, kVp or exposure time too high)

    • I. 

      Depleted/diluted/contaminated developer solution


  • 44. 
    Radiographs that are TOO LIGHT are the result of what common causes (choose all that apply):
    • A. 

      Underdeveloped (temp too low or time too short)

    • B. 

      Overdeveloped (temp too high or time too long)

    • C. 

      Excessive fixation

    • D. 

      Inadequate fixation

    • E. 

      Accidental exposure to light

    • F. 

      Patient movement

    • G. 

      Underexposed (mA, kVp or exposure time too low)

    • H. 

      Overexposed (mA, kVp or exposure time too high)

    • I. 

      Depleted/diluted/contaminated developer solution


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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT HAVE?

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    WHAT CONDITION DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE?

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY:

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY:

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    WHAT IS OCCURING HERE?

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    WHAT IS THE ANOMALY OCCURING IN SEVERAL TEETH BELOW?

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    WHAT IS THE ANOMALY OCCURING IN SEVERAL TEETH BELOW?

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    WHAT IS THE ANOMALY IN THE PULP CHAMBER OF THIS TOOTH?

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    IDENTIFY THE GENERALIZED CONDITION OF THESE TEETH

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE STRUCTURE (arrow):

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    WHAT PASSES THROUGH THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURE:

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION (black arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION (black arrow):

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION

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    IDENTIFY THE LESION

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY (not the caries)

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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    IDENTIFY THE ANOMALY

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