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how is (in class 1) each maxi tooth situated w.r.t mandi tooth-
facial n distal or facial n mesial-


ridge extending from DI angle to cingulum is – DMR or distal lingual ridge

on mandi 1st molar, facial cusp ridge of ML cusp originates at the cusp tip and terminates-half way down the facial surface, mesial portion of central groove.

nerve supply of thumb-radial or medial.

inclination of palatal root of maxi 2nd molar- DL ?



When a prong is stuck agaisnt a patients mastoid process, he can sense the vibrations, but cannot hear the sound, this is due to-middle ear problem or inner ear problem, CN 1x damage.....?
 

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1.how is (in class 1) each maxi tooth situated w.r.t mandi tooth-
facial n distal or facial n mesial------answer facial n distal


2.ridge extending from DI angle to cingulum is --answer-- distal lingual ridge

3.on mandi 1st molar, facial cusp ridge of ML cusp originates at the cusp tip and terminates-answer--- mesial portion of central groove.

4. nerve supply of thumb----answer---median nerve

5.inclination of palatal root of maxi 2nd molar- DL ?--right



When a prong is stuck agaisnt a patients mastoid process, he can sense the vibrations, but cannot hear the sound, this is due to-answer--middle ear problem(damage to ear ossicles)
 

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) A patient has an extremely wide, notched tooth in the mandibular left central incisor position. Clinical and radiographic examinations reveal 28 teeth have erupted, but four third molars have not erupted. Which of the following conditions exists?

A Fusion
B. Dens in dente
C. Concrescence
D. Dilaceration
E. Gemination
 
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how is (in class 1) each maxi tooth situated w.r.t mandi tooth-
facial n distal or facial n mesial-


ridge extending from DI angle to cingulum is – DMR or distal lingual ridge
DMR

on mandi 1st molar, facial cusp ridge of ML cusp originates at the cusp tip and terminates-half way down the facial surface, mesial portion of central groove.

nerve supply of thumb-radial or medial.[on palmer side]

inclination of palatal root of maxi 2nd molar- DL ?
buccal and distal


When a prong is stuck agaisnt a patients mastoid process, he can sense the vibrations, but cannot hear the sound, this is due to-middle ear problem or inner ear problem, CN 1x damage.....?
it should be cranial nerve damage as person cant listen but can feel vibrations



pls. correct me if i am wrong
 
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