Flashcards in MOD 110 Week 2 Review Deck (25)
What is the term for towards the midline, furthest from the midline?
Distal- furthest from
What organ system provides protection, produces secretions, and regulates the passage of materials across it?
What are the components of the digestive system?
Esophagus, stomach, small/large intestines
Where are the platelets formed and what do they do?
Formed in the red bone marrow, they aid in clotting
What are the 3 layers of the integumentary system and which layer allows for detection of touch, temperature, and pain?
Epidermis, Dermis, Subcutaneous fat
What is the study of prenatal development?
The 3 stages of prenatal development are?
Pre-implantation, embryonic, fetal
During pre-natal development, when does the face begin to look human and the primary dentition begins to form?
What are examples of a teratogen?
Infections, drugs, exposure to radiation, drugs, alcohol, prescription drugs
What is the term for the process of tooth formation?
Odontogenesis (divided into 3 primary periods: growth, calcification, eruption)
If the hyoid arch failed to completely form, what will the baby be born without the ability to do? What branchial arch is affected?
Without facial expression
2nd branchial arch will be affected
Define mixed dentition and when it starts
Mixture of permanent and primary teeth
Occurs until all primary are lost between ages 6-12
What are quadrants of the mouth?
When maxillary and mandibular arches are each divided into halves
What are the names and functions of the canines?
Designed for cutting/tearing foods that require force
When using the Angles classification system if occlusion and malocclusion, what are the teeth used as a reference point?
Permenal maxillary primary molars
When using the ISO numbering system, what is the first number and second number used for?
First number used to indicate quadrant
Second number used to indicate the tooth within the quadrant (with numbering from midline to posterior)
What are the upper and lower jaw bones called?
Maxillary arch- upper
What is the term used for the standard for normal occlusion?
Which teeth are most varied in form compared to all others in the mouth?
Maxillary, leteral, incisors, 3rd molars
Which are the smallest teeth in the permanent dentition?
Central and lateral incisors
Which teeth do the permanent premolars replace?
How are the primary teeth numbered for the Universal Numbering System?
A-T (baby teeth)
What is the name of the "wisdom teeth"?
Define a marginal ridge
Medial and distal portion of interior