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Journal September 2012 (Vol 33, No 9)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Dental Checkup: Oronasal Fistula: An Insidious Threat by Brent Wilson , RVT, VTS (Dentistry)

1. What do all oronasal fistulas have in common?
2. Which canine breed characteristic appears to predispose dogs to developing oronasal fistulas due to periodontal disease?
3. The most common reason for failure of surgical repair of oronasal fistulas is
4. During an initial single-flap repair of an oronasal fistula, the tissue required for covering the defect is obtained from
5. A cause(s) of oronasal fistulas is/are
6. For regional analgesia during surgical repair of an oronasal fistula, a local anesthetic should be administered into the
7. A common clinical sign of oronasal fistula is
8. Use of the double-flap technique should be considered when
9. Which statement is most accurate regarding regional analgesia before oronasal fistula repair?
10. Which of the following may not consistently be detected by visual examination of the oral cavity?
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