Abe oral Board Study Guide Topic List



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ABE Oral Board Study Guide

Topic List:

1. Tooth Morphology

2. Radiographic Exam

3. Subjective / Objective Exam

4. Medically Compromised

5. NS RCT

6. Procedural Errors

7. Emergency TX / Flare-ups

8 Infections

9. ReTX


10. S RCT

11. Trauma

12. Anesthesia

13. Endo-Perio

14. Endo-Pedo

15. Endo-Ortho

16. Resorption

17. Bleaching

18. Materials

19. Restoration

20. Pulpal Pathosis

21. Periapical Pathosis

22. Anatomy

23. Microbiology

24. Inflammation

25. Immunology

26. Pain

27. Pharmacology

28. Prognosis / Outcomes

29. Regenerative Endodontics




TOOTH

CANALS

CONFIGURATION

AUTHOR

Max. Central Incisor




Type I: 100%

Vertucci (Dye)

Max. Lateral Incisor

Dens in Dente: .04-10%

52% DB dilaceration






Hovland

Chohayeb

Max. Canine










Max. 1st Premolar

1 canal - 9%

2 canals – 85%

3 canals – 6%
(2 roots – 57% / 3 roots - 6%)





Carns & Skidmore (resin casts)

Max. 2nd Premolar

1 canal – 48%

2 canals – 51%

3 canals – 1%


At the Apex:

1 canal - 75%

2 canals – 24%

3 canals – 1%



Vertucci (Dye)

Max. Molars

MB2 located 1.8mm L MB2:

Hand inst.: 54%

Burs: 31%

Microscope: 10%


Located MB2: 73% 1st molars

51% 2nd Molars


85% >10 deg curvature P root
5% incidence of C shaped (Chinese)

MB2:

type I: 5%

type II: 49%

type III: 46%



Kulild & Peters

Stropko

Bone & Moule
Yang & Yang

Mand. Incisors

2 canals: 41%

type I: 59%

type II: 40%

type III: 1%


Benjamin & Dawson (radiographic study)

Mand. Canine

2 canals: 22%

type I: 78%

type II: 16%

type III: 6%


Vertucci (Dye)

Mand. 1st Premolar




type I: 76%

type IV: 24%

(14% C-shaped)


Baisden, Kulild & Weller

Mand. 2nd Premolar




type I: 97.5%

type IV: 2.5% (2-3X ↑ Af. Americans)



Vertucci (Dye)

Trope, Elfenbein & Tronstad

Mand. 1st Molar

2 canals: 7% 3 roots: 2%

3 canals: 64%

4 canals: 29%
Chinese pop. with 3 roots: 15%


M root: D root:

type II: 40% 60%

type III: 60% 40%


Skidmore & Bjorndal (resin casts)

Walker

Mand. 2nd Molar

1 canal: 1% 1 root: 4%

2 canals: 4%

3 canals: 81%

4 canals: 11%


8% C-shaped

M root: D root:

type I: 4% 85%

type II: 52% 9%

type III: 40% 1%


type I – continuous

type II – semicolon

type III – 2 or more distinct canals



Weine (radiographic)

Weine / Cooke & Cox
Melton, Krell & Fuller
Morphology Overview
Discuss the types and incidence of lateral / accessory canals?

DeDeus – 27% found most often in the apical area

Lateral – found in the main body of the root canal

Secondary – extends from the main canal to the PDL in the apical region

Accessory – from the secondary canal branching off to the PDL


What is the incidence of furcation canals?

Gutmann – 28%; only 10% extend to the PDL
Discuss canal classification?

Weine: Type I – one canal; Type II – 2 canals, one foramen; Type III – 2 canals, 2 foramina; Type IV – 1 canal, 2 foramina
Who discussed the anatomy of the pulpal floor?

Vigouroux & Bossan – discussed subpulpal grooves & dentinal cornice

Krasner & Rankow

Law of Centricity: pulpal floor is located in the tooth center at the CEJ level

Law of Concentricity: walls of the pulp chamber are concentric to external suface

Law of CEJ: landmark pulp chamber location
Law of Symmetry: Except Max molars, orifi are equidistant & perpendicular from M-D line drawn through center of pulpal floor;

Law of Color Change: pulpal floor is darker than walls

Law of Orifice Location: orifi are located at the junction of the floor and walls
Discuss the apical constriction?

Stein & Corcoran – Width of the CEJ was avg. .189mm (size 20 file)

Dummer – 4 types of apical constriction: single constriction 46%; tapering 30%; multiconstricted 19%; parallel 5%; 6% were completely blocked
Discuss Abnomalities of the Teeth:
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