Prevalence of TR( tooth resorption) in healthy cats:
a) 28,5 - 67 %
b) 20,3 -80 %
c) 10 %
d) 0 %
e) 10 – 51,5%
How many cats get a TR during her life?
a) almost 50 %
b) – 60%
c ) almost 75 %
d) almost 95 %
Which are the mostly involved teeth in cats?
a) 207, 107
b) 308 , 408
c) 307, 407
d) 108, 208
e) 304, 404
There are different types of tooth resorption in cats (which answer is true)
a) Type 2 is: a focal or multifocal radiolucency of the tooth, with normal radiopacity and ligament space.
b) Type 1: generalised decrease in radiopacity of the root that is consistent with replacement of root structure.
c) Type 3 : the same like type 1, but more increased
d) Type 3 : both type 1 and type 2 features presented in one tooth
e) Type 2: both type 1 and type 3 features presented in one tooth
factors not associated with tooth resorption:
a) - chronic oral inflammation;- gingivitis
b) - periodontal disease; - metabolic and endocrine disease- local hypoxia; - low urinary specific gravity; -
c) systemic acidosis;- vitamin D signaling pathway;- calcium regulation;
d) viral disease; - anatomicalabnormalities; -mechanical trauma; - dry or wet food;- age
e) – multiple jaw fractures and repair
Has gingivitis or chronical inflammation an influence of TR? Which answer is not true?
a) Both have no influence on TR
b) Gingivitis plays a big role in development of TR.
c) Local inflammation plays a big role in the increase of TR.
d) Only gingivitis or chronical inflammation have the same risk.
e) Both have an influence on TR
Is there a difference between the age of cats with TR type 1 or type 2 ?
a) Cats with type 1 TR are younger than cats with type 2 TR.
b) Cats with type 1 TR are older than cats with type 2 TR.
c) Cats with type 1 TR have the some age as cats with type 2 TR.
d) Cats with type 1 or type2 TR do‘nt show differences in age.
e) Cats with tye 1 TR have no type 2 TR.
Which types of TR can be found without gingivitis?
a) type 1, type 2 and type 3
b) only type1
c) no TR
d) mostly found type 2
e) mostly found type3
Is the age a risk of TR?
a) the age has no influence in the risk of TR
b) TR is not increasing with age
c) age shows a strong association to TR. The variation of TR is in older cats greater associated with metabolic, endocrine disease
d) age shows not a strong association to TR. The variation of TR is in older cats greater associated with metabolic, endocrine disease
e) age shows not a strong association to TR. The variation of TR is in younger cats greater "