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2 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Dental Radiography II Final Review Game

3 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD JEOPARDY! Exposing Techniques Types of Radiographs Film Processing Patient Management Errors/ Interpretation Radiation Protection & Biology

4 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Daily Double Graphic and Sound Effect! DO NOT DELETE THIS SLIDE! Deleting it may cause the game links to work improperly. This slide is hidden during the game, and WILL not appear. In slide view mode, copy the above (red) graphic (click once to select; right click the border and choose “copy”). Locate the answer slide which you want to be the daily double Right-click and choose “paste”. If necessary, reposition the graphic so that it does not cover the answer text. Daily Double!!!

5 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Which technique satisfies more rules of the principles of shadow casting?

6 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Paralleling Technique

7 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: If an 8” PID and a 16” PID were both used on the same settings for the same patient, which film would have greater density?

8 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: 8” PID

9 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name at least one of the five intraoral conditions that warrants the use of the bisecting technique.

10 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Shallow palate, shallow floor of the mouth, large palatal or mandibular tori, short lingual frenum, or for endo radiographs

11 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: In which technique is no film bending allowed?

12 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Bisecting

13 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name an appropriate vertical angulation for the canine/lateral PA on the maxillary with the patient in the upright position.

14 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: +45 to +55

15 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What kind of radiograph is this image?

16 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Occlusal (maxillary)

17 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name two of the four uses of the BWX.

18 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: caries detection (interproximally), calculus detection, assessment of crestal bone height, and evaluation of restorations

19 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What is the light that is emitted from the phosphor in extraoral cassettes during radiographic exposure called?

20 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Fluorescence

21 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What type of radiograph gives a side view of the skull with a soft tissue outline of the patient’s profile?

22 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Cephalometric

23 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What is the area on the panoramic radiograph that has the sharpest image called?

24 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Focal trough or image layer

25 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What main step is eliminated from the manual processing procedure when using an automatic processor?

26 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: rinse

27 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question : Name one advantage and one disadvantage of automatic processing over manual processing.

28 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Adv: shortens processing time, produces consistently good results, less opportunity for operator error, requires less space and can have a daylight loader DA: way more maintenance

29 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question : At what temperature does an automatic processor typically run?

30 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: anywhere from deg F

31 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question : Name the two main causes of automatic processor breakdown.

32 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: failure to keep rollers clean and inadequate replenishing

33 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question : What ingredient is added to the developer to minimize the swelling of the emulsion for automatic processing?

34 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: sulfate

35 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question : What does ALARA stand for?

36 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: As Low As Reasonably Achievable

37 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What two pieces of radiographic protective equipment should be placed on all patients during radiographic exposure of intraoral radiographs

38 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: lead apron & thyroid collar

39 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name an item to be removed by the patient before an intraoral radiographic procedure.

40 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: intraoral piercings, eyeglasses, removable appliances

41 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name two techniques for dealing with gagging during radiographic exposure.

42 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Don’t discuss it ahead of time; start with anterior films; do as much before placing films as possible; have patient take deep breaths; distract; mildly anesthetize

43 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: What is the best way to deal with infection control of dental x-ray film packets?

44 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Barrier covers for film packets

45 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name this error.

46 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Double Exposure

47 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: The assistant forgot to ask the patient to remove her earrings. What are these white streaks called?

48 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Ghost images

49 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name one radiolucent condition. (Note: NOT normal radiographic anatomy)

50 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Answers can vary. Examples: caries, abscesses, fracture lines

51 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: Name this error.

52 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Developer cut-off

53 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: An abnormal condition that occurs when a lesion moves a structure is called?

54 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Displacement

55 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: When a non- reproductive body cell or tissue is affected by radiation, this is called a __________ ___________.

56 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: somatic effect

57 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: If a lead barrier wall is unavailable, the operator should stand at least 6 feet away from the patient and in an area that is ____ degrees to the primary beam.

58 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Anywhere from degrees

59 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: If an x-ray machine is operating at 65 kVp, what amount of aluminum filtration is required?

60 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: 1.5mm

61 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: The FDA and ADA created an article outlining when typical times are to take diagnostic radiographs. What is this called?

62 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Selection Criteria

63 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Question: When a high-energy photon collides with an inner orbiting electron and knocks it out of its orbit, an outer electron has to come down to take its place. This energy causes an x-ray photon to be released. What is this direct effect of radiation called?

64 Template by Modified by Bill Arcuri, WCSD Chad Vance, CCISD Answer: Photoelectric effect


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