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1

Which arch is less dense but more vascular?

Maxillary

2

What disease is commonly called brittle bone disease?

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

3

Osteogenesis Imperfecta is a _______ disease resulting from a _________ of the _____.

hereditary
hypoplasia (under development)
mesoderm

4

What disease is characterized by babies being born with multiple fractures?

Osteogenesis Imperfecta

5

Sometimes a person with Osteogenesis Imperfecta will have a ______ tint to their sclera?

bluish

6

Osteogenesis Imperfecta may occur along with what other disease?

Dentinogenesis Imperfecta

7

What is the disease characterized by obliterated pulp chambers and violet colored teeth?

Dentinogenesis Imperfecta

8

Someone with Osteogenesis Imperfecta will sometimes present with ______ _____radiographically

short roots

9

What is the opposite of Osteogenesis Imperfecta?

Osteopetrosis

10

Osteopetrosis is also called?

Albers-Schoenbergs

11

Osteopetrosis is a ____ disease that is very _____

hereditary
rare

12

The _______ is most commonly affected in Osteopetrosis because of its lack of ____ ____

Mandible
blood flow

13

Radiographically the bones will appear _____ ______ in Osteopetrosis?

equally opaque (white)

14

Someone with Osteopetrosis may present with ______ _______ seen Clinically?

pyogenous exudate (pus pushing out of skin)

15

_______ is the term used to describe things that cause birth defects?

Taratogens

16

Cleft Palate occurs in _/ ____ births?

1 / 2,500

17

Cleft Lip occurs in __/_____ births?

1 / 600

18

What is the least severe type of cleft palate?

Bifud Uvula

19

What 3 processes combine to form the palate?

2- lateral processes
1- globular process (pre-maxilla)

20

What gets in the way during the palate formation that is a common cause of cleft palate?

tongue

21

Other than the tongue, what else can cause cleft palate?

mothers nutrition
mother taking drugs

22

What do doctors use for babies with cleft palate so they can eat out of a bottle?

Obturator (acrylic retainer)

23

Cleidocranial Dysostosis is a ____-______ disease?

autosomal dominant

24

Gemination is when there are _____ roots and ____ crowns?

1 root
2 crowns

25

Concresecense is when the ___ of the roots is ____?

cementum
entwined

26

Clinically a person with _______ disease can touch their shoulders together?

Cleidocranial Dysostosis

27

Someone with Cleidocranial Dysostosis has a delay in?

eruption and shedding of teeth

28

Radiographically someone with Cleiodcranial Dysostosis may have?

Gemination and Concrescence

29

What disease has an unknown etiology but may have something to do with circulatory malformation?

Pagets

30

Pagets Disease is also called what 2 names?

Osteitis Deformans
Osteodystrophia Deformans