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Cadaver January 2016 Species: Feline FELINE FULL MOUTH RADIOGRAPHIC SERIES Breed: Domestic Age: Unknown Right Left Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 104 Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 204 Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, 106,107,108,109 Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, 206,207,208,209 Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 101,102,103,201,202,203 Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 301,302,303,304,401,402,403,404 Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 304 Intraoral Parallel Technique, 307,308,309 Intraoral Parallel Technique, 407,408,409 Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 404 Rostral + Near Parallel Technique: The sensor is placed at an angle extending from the palatal aspect of the contralateral maxillary premolars and molar to the lingual side of the ipsilateral mandibular premolars and molar with the patient in lateral recumbency. The arcade that is being imaged is away from the table and parallel to the table top. The tube head is centered over the teeth to be imaged and angled nearly parallel to the sensor. The image produced will avoid the superimposition of the zygomatic arch over the tooth roots. Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, mesial root separation 108 Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, mesial root separation 208

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  • Cadaver January 2016Species: Feline FELINE FULL MOUTH RADIOGRAPHIC SERIESBreed: DomesticAge: Unknown

    Right Left

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 104

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 204Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+,

    106,107,108,109

    Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+,

    206,207,208,209

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 101,102,103,201,202,203

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 301,302,303,304,401,402,403,404

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 304

    Intraoral Parallel Technique, 307,308,309

    Intraoral Parallel Technique,407,408,409

    Intraoral Bisecting Angle, 404

    Rostral

    + Near Parallel Technique: The sensor is placed at an angle extending from the palatal aspect of the contralateral maxillary premolars and molar to the lingual side of the ipsilateral mandibular premolars and molar with the patient in lateral recumbency. The arcade that is being imaged is away from the table and parallel to the table top. The tube head is centered over the teeth to be imaged and angled nearly parallel to the sensor. The image produced will avoid the superimposition of the zygomatic arch over the tooth roots.

    Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, mesial root separation 108

    Intraoral Near Parallel Technique+, mesial root separation 208