Oral Radiology Practice Examination

15 Questions  I  By Mupparapu on December 6, 2008
This quiz will test the dental student's understanding and knowledge of radiation physics and fundamentals of radiographic interpretation.

  
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1.  An example of particulate radiation is
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2.  Name the following intraoral radiograph
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3.  The cathode and anode are parts of an x-ray tube. The anode is negatively charged.
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4.  One of the following types of radiation has high Linear Energy Transfer (LET) and hence the potential for more radiation related tissue damage
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5.  Identify the intraoral radiograph shown
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6.  The radiograph shown here is a
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7.  In the construction of an  x-ray tube, the function of a step- down transformer is to
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8.  In the radiographic principle, "SLOB rule, "same side movement of the object is ______ and the oppsite side movement of the object is ______. What are the missing words in the same sequence.
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9.  70 kilovolts equals
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10.  The "rotating anode" design in an x-ray tube limits the amount of
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11.  An example of an electro-magnetic radiation is
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12.  The sharpness of the image is determined to a large extent by the
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13.  The radiograph shown here is frequently used in Orthodontics for study of the growth and development of the head. Name the radiograph
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14.  The "p" in kVp stands for
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15.  "Gray" is to rad as _______ is to rem
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