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From the Horse's Mouth — The First Premolar Teeth CE Article #1

1. Lower wolf teeth are reported to
2. Which of the following has been associated with the presence of unerupted upper wolf teeth?
3. Which statement regarding wolf teeth in horses is correct?
4. Upper wolf teeth usually erupt
5. Unerupted upper wolf teeth are also called
6. Abnormal bitting behavior associated with the presence of wolf teeth in some horses includes
7. According to the modified Triadan system of dental nomenclature for horses, the first premolar of the left maxillary dental arcade is designated Triadan
8. A veterinarian detects a firm, nodular, submucosal enlargement in the interdental space of the right side of the maxilla during examination of a 3-year-old Thoroughbred mare with bitting problems. The enlargement is 2 cm rostral to the first cheek tooth (Triadan 106). Which statement(s) is/are correct?
9. Lower wolf teeth (Triadan 305 and Triadan 405) may be
10. During eruption of the permanent second premolar, some
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