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Widest tooth mesio-distally Mandibular first molarWidest anterior tooth mesio-distally Maxillary centralOnly tooth with pulp wider mesa-distally than face-buccally Maxillary centralWidest tooth facio-lingually Maxillary first molarWidest anterior tooth facio-lingually Maxillary canineOnly tooth more narrow facially than lingually Maxillary first molarTallest two teeth inciso-gingivally Maxillary canine then mandibular canineTop three teeth with the tallest crown Mandibular canine, maxillary central, maxillary canineWhich tooth has the longest root inciso-gingivally Maxillary canineWhich tooth is the smallest Mandibu...

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Penn Foster Vet Tech Anatomy & Physiology

The nervous system is the body’s control centerThe central nervous system consists of brain and spinal cord and their associated structuresthe peripheral nervous system is comprised of the nerves traveling from the brain or spinal cord to the target organs and backthe somatic nervous system carries out conscious activities, such as walking, eating and so onthe autonomic nervous system perfroms functions that don’t require conscious thought, such as breathing, blood pressure, and heart ratethe basic structural and functional unit of the nervous system is the neuron, or nerve cell2 important types of neurons are sensory neu...

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Anatomy: Chapter 4 Tissues

The role of brown fat is to warm the body; whereas, the role of white fat is to store nutrients. TrueHealing of a surgical incision through the body wall will tend to increase the amount of areolar tissue. FalseThe wall of the alveolus (air sac) in the lung is composed of which type of epithelium? simple squamous epitheliumThe proximal tubule of the nephron (kidney tubule) in the kidney is composed of which type of epithelium? simple cuboidal epitheliumThe epithelium of the esophagus is composed of which type of epithelial tissue? stratified squamous epitheliumWhich part of the neuron (a specialized nerve cell) receives signals from other ...

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Anatomy of Local Anesthesia

Compare local infiltration with nerve block local anesthesia. Local infiltration is only on terminal nerve endings and is used for soft tissue only; gingival surgery. Nerve block anesthetize close to a nerve trunkCompare the effectiveness of maxillary anesthesia with the effectiveness of mandibular anesthesia. maxillary anesthesia is more effective because its the bone is thinner in the anterior portion and there is less anatomical variances in it.How effective is local infiltration in the maxillary? More effective then mandiblePSA block; Area anesthetized? Pulpal anesthesia in the maxillary 1st, 2nd, and 3rd molars Tissue Anesthetized: Maxillary mol...

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18 – Anatomy and Spinal Anesthesia

Where is LA injected in spinal anesthesia? -CSF contained within the subarachnoid (intrathecal) spaceWhere is LA injected in epidural anesthesia? -the space that lies within the vertebral canal but outside or superficial to the dural sacDoes caudal anesthesia represent a type of spinal or epidural anesthesia? -special type of pidural anesthesia in which LA solution is injected into the caudal epidural space through a needle introduced through the saral hiatus.Advantages of spinal anesthesia over epidural: -takes less time to perform -causes less discomfort during placement -requires less local anesthetic -produces more intense sensory and motor block ...

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Chapter 9 Anatomy of Local Anesthesia

Type of injection that anesthetize a a small area-one or two teeth and associated structures-when the local anesthetic agent is deposited near the terminal nerve endings Local infiltrationWhich is more successful injections, mandibular or maxillary? MaxillaryType of injection that anesthetizes a larger area than the local infiltration because the local anesthetic agent is deposited near large nerve trunks Nerve blockAbnormal sensation from an area such as burning or pricking ParesthesiaWhat nerve provides sensory information for the teeth and associated tissue Fifth cranial or trigeminal nerveTwo types of local anesthetic injections that a...

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ch 9: anatomy of local anesthesia

Compare local infiltration with nerve block local anesthesia. type of injection used determined by type and length of procedure –local infiltration or nerve blocklocal infiltration anesthetizes a small area, including one or two teeth and associated tissue, by injection near their apices –near terminal nerve endings –varying degrees of successnerve block affects a larger area than local infiltration and thus, more teeth –agent deposited near large nerve trunks –higher degree of success than infiltrationCompare the effectiveness of maxillary anesthesia with mandibular anesthesia. less variation in anatomy of maxillae and p...

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Anatomy of dental anesthesia injection sites

types of dental injections supraperiosteal (infiltration) injections block injectionsanterior superior alveolar nerve injection site just boave root tip of canineanterior superior alveolar nerve area anesthetized incisors and canineMiddle superior alveolar nerve injection site above root tips of the first premolarmiddle superior alveolar nerve area anesthetized? premolars and anterior root of 1stmolarposterior superior alveolar nerve injection site above root tips of 3rd molarposterior superior alveolar nerve area anesthetized 2nd and 3rd molars and posterior roots of 1st molarmaxillary arch block injections infraorbital maxill...

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Anatomy: Nervous System & Local Anesthesia Ch 8&9

v1 ophthalmic, lacrimal, trigeminal, greater petrosal, facial the nerves that allow us to cry are _______________ and __________________ nerve from the _________________ nerve and the ______________ ________________ nerve from the ____________ nerve.auriculotemporal nerve of trigeminal and lesser petrosal nerve of glossopharyngeal what cranial nerves innervate the parotid gland?chorda tympani nerve of facial and lingual nerve of trigeminal which cranial nerves innervate the submandibular and sublingual salivary glands?greater petrosal, facial the ___________ _____________ nerve of the _____________ nerve innervates the minor salivary glands -associate...

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Anatomy & Physiology – Body Temp Fluctuations Essay Sample

Anatomy & Physiology – Body Temp Fluctuations Essay Sample A young hiker has been on a long walk. He is now sitting in front of a small campfire, drinking a hot cup of soup. It is dark and a frost is beginning to form on his tent. Explain the hiker’s heat gains and losses, and what mechanisms would come into effect to keep his temperature at the desired 37ºC. Humans are subject to vast changes in environmental temperatures, but our complex biochemical systems have a major limitation in that enzymes only operate within a relatively narrow temperature range. Accordingly the human body have anatomical and physiological mechanisms that keep body temperatures within acceptable limits, regardless of environmental conditions. This homeostatic process is called

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