Chapter 10: Epithelial Pathology
#1. Human papillomavirus (HPV) comprises a large group of double-stranded DNA viruses, belonging to the family Papillomaviridae. What are four factors assocaited with increased prevalence of oral ...
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Chapter 15: Adrenal Insufficiency
#1. Which endocrine glands are located bilaterally at the superior pole of each kidney? - The adrenal glands are small (6–8 g) endocrine glands located bilaterally at the superior pole of each ki...
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Chapter 4: Mechanics of Mandibular Movement
#1. What two types of movement occur in the TMJ? - rotational and translational #2. Rotational moment of mandible the occurs within the (...) cavity of the joint between the superior surface of the...
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Chapter 19: Allergy
#1. An abnormal or hypersensitive response of the immune system to a substance introduced into the body. - allergy #2. Allergic reactions account for about 6% to 10% of all adverse drug reactions...
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Chapter 11: Salivary Gland Pathology
#1. Clinical Features more frequent in males than females (2 : 1) agenesis of major salivary glands normal facial appearance severe xerostomia dry, leathery tongue increase risk ...
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Chapter 2: Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics
#1. One prime factor involved in the termination of action of local anesthetics used for pain control is their redistribution from the nerve fiber into the (...). - cardiovascular system (CVS) #2...
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fundamentals 108 infection control
CHAPTER 5 & 6 INFECTION CONTROL
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#1. Alveolar Process - The bone that surrounds and supports the teeth #2. Alveolus - The bony socket in which the tooth is held #3. Anatomic Crown - That portion of the tooth that is covered with e...
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Chapter 1: Neurophysiology
#1. Local anesthesia has been defined as (...) in a circumscribed area of the body caused by (...) in nerve endings or (...) in peripheral nerves. - loss of sensation depression of excitation ...
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Dentistry and Law
#1. statutory law - law enacted by legislation through U.S. Congress, state legislature, or local legislative bodies #2. felony - a major crime, such as fraud or drug buse. Conviction can result in ...
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Effective Health Communication (Cultural Considerations)
#1. negative health and poor clinical outcomes - What is the consequence of ignoring cultural difference? #2. Beliefs and behaviors related to health and healing, preceptions of illnesses, diseases, ...
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Infection Control Test 2
Infectious Diseases of Dental Concern
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