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Challenge Richard E. Walton, William T. Johnson, Lisa R. Wilcox CHAPTER 1: 1. a. b. c. d. DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES Anesthetic testing is most effective in localizing pain to which of the following? Specific tooth Mandible or maxilla Across the midline of the face Posterior tooth 2. Areas of rarefaction are evident on radiographic examination in which of the following? a. b. c. d. 3. a. b. c. d. When the tooth is responsive to cold When the tooth is responsive to percussion When a tooth fracture
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  Challenge Richard E. Walton, William T. Johnson, Lisa R. Wilcox CHAPTER 1: DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES 1. Anesthetic testing is most effective in localizing pain to which of the following?a. Specific toothb. Mandible or maxillac. Across the midline of the faced. Posterior tooth2. Areas of rarefaction are evident on radiographic examination in which of thefollowing?a. When the tooth is responsive to coldb. When the tooth is responsive to percussionc. When a tooth fracture has been identifiedd. When the cortical layer of bone has been eroded3. Irreversible pulpitis is often defined by which of the following?a. Moderate response to percussionb. Painful, lingering response to coldc. Short, painful response to coldd. Short, painful response to heat4. The majority of patients with symptoms of severe odontogenic pain have adiagnosis of which of the following?a. Periodontal abscessb. Irreversible pulpitis  c. Acute apical periodontitisd. Acute apical abscess5. Medical history of coronary heart disease is significant for which of the followingreasons?a. It contraindicates endodontic treatment.b. Many heart medications impact dental treatment.c. It indicates the need for premedication with antibiotics.d. It contraindicates local anesthetic with epinephrine.6. The best approach for diagnosis of odontogenic pain is which of the following?a. Radiographic examinationb. Percussionc. Visual examinationd. A step-by-step, sequenced examination and testing approach7. Of the following, which is the most likely to have referred pain?a. Irreversible pulpitisb. Reversible pulpitisc. Acute apical periodontitisd. Phoenix abscess8. A sinus tract that drains out on the face (through skin) is mostly likely from whichof the following?a. Nonodontogenic pathosisb. A periodontal abscessc. Periradicular (i.e., endodontic) pathosisd. Pericoronitis of a mandibular, third molar  9. Which of the following statements regarding a test cavity is accurate?a. It is the first test in diagnostic sequence.b. It often results in a dull-pain response.c. It is used when all other test findings are equivocal.d. It should be performed with local anesthetic.10. Percussion of a tooth is a test for which of the following?a. Pulpal inflammationb. Pulpal necrosisc. Acute periradicular inflammationd. Chronic periradicular inflammation11. Pulp stones are consistent indicators of which of the following?a. Periodontal inflammation impacting the pulpb. Pulpal inflammationc. Older patientd. Pulp that has been injured in the past but has recoverede. None of the above12. Radiographically, which of the following statements regarding acute apicalabscess is most accurate?a. It is generally of larger size than other lesions.b. It has more diffuse margins than other lesions.c. It often contains radiopacities (i.e., calcification).d. It may not be evident.13. In which of the following may a false-negative response to the pulp tester occur?  a. Primarily in anterior teethb. In a patient with a history of traumac. Most often in teenagersd. In the presence of periodontal disease14. The lateral periodontal abscess is best differentiated from the acute apical abscessby which of the following?a. Pulp testingb. Radiographic appearancec. Location of swellingd. Probing patterns15. The acute apical abscess is best differentiated from the acute apical periodontitisby which of the following?a. Pulp testingb. Radiographic appearancec. Presence of swellingd. Degree of mobility16. Chronic apical periodontitis is best differentiated from acute apical periodontitisby which of the following?a. Pulp testing and radiographic appearanceb. Pulp testing and nature of symptomsc. Radiographic appearance and nature of symptomsd. Pulp testing, radiographic appearance, and nature of symptoms17. The abrupt change ( arrow ) in radiographic appearance in the followingillustration probably indicates which of the following?
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