Quiz: Feline Dentistry: 20-752933

Quiz: Feline Dentistry: 20-752933

20-752933
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Quiz

Fill in the blank: While there are typically _____ ‘tooth patients’ in a cat, the most common teeth to appear with tooth resorption are teeth numbers ______.(Required)
Which is NOT a feature of feline juvenile periodontitis?(Required)
The pattern of modified vertical bone loss with two ‘dips’ of alveolar bone loss at the mesial mandibular fourth premolar and first molar is always caused by periodontal disease.(Required)
Which of the following is NOT true regarding caudal stomatitis or feline chronic gingivostomatitis (FCGS)?(Required)
Buccal bone expansion is a large, bulbous alveolar enlargement due to chronic osseous changes (osteitis) typically accompanied by extruding maxillary canines in older cats.(Required)
Which of the following is diagnostic for oral neoplasia?(Required)
All cases of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) have osseous changes.(Required)
According to Liptak (Vet Comp Once June 2020), 83% of cats survived 2-years or more after maxillectomy for treatment of squamous cell carcinoma.(Required)
Cases of proliferative, sometimes ulcerated, gingival enlargement around the lower first molar of cats are always squamous cell carcinoma.(Required)
Which of the following is NOT true regarding Feline Oral Pain Syndrome (FOPS)?(Required)