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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Johnson, Orlen N., Thomson, Evelyn M.
Part I: Historical Perspective and Radiation Basics Chapter 1 History of Dental Radiology Chapter 2 Characteristics of Radiation Chapter 3 The Dental X-ray Machine: Components and Functions Chapter 4 Producing Quality Radiographs PART II: Biological Effects of Radiation and Radiation Protection Chapter 5 Effects of Radiation Exposure Chapter 6 Radiation Protection PART III: Dental X-ray Film and Processing Techniques Chapter 7 Dental X-ray Film Chapter 8 Dental X-ray Film Processing PART IV: Dental Radiographer Fundamentals Chapter 9 Infection Control Chapter 10 Legal and Ethical Responsibilities Chapter 11 Patient Relations and Education PART V: Intraoral Techniques Chapter 12 Intraoral Radiographic Procedures Chapter 13 The Periapical Examination Chapter 14 The Bitewing Examination Chapter 15 The Occlusal Examination PART VI Radiographic Pitfalls and Quality Assurance Chapter 16 Identifying and Correcting Undiagnostic Radiographs Chapter 17 Quality Assurance in Dental Radiography PART VII: Mounting and Viewing Dental Radiographs Chapter 18 Mounting and Introduction to Interpretation Chapter 19 Recognizing Normal Radiographic Anatomy Chapter 20 Recognizing Deviations from Normal Radiographic Anatomy Chapter 21 The Use of Radiographs in the Detection of Dental Caries Chapter 22 The Use of Radiographs in the Evaluation of Periodontal Diseases PART VIII: Patient Management and Supplemental Techniques Chapter 23 Radiographic Techniques for Children Chapter 24 Managing Patients wJohnson, Orlen N. is the author of 'Essentials of Dental Radiography for Dental Assistants And Hygienists ', published 2006 under ISBN 9780131710085 and ISBN 0131710087.
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