Introduction to Dental Medicine
Week 6 quiz
Which of these may contribute to the axis 1 component of a pain experience?
The axis 1 component of pain deals specifically with the purely biological and pathological components that lead to disease and disorder. Therefore, it does not deal with the personal factors such as emotional state or psychological disorders that may play a large role in many patients’ experiences.
Which of the following is a rehabilitation method accepted in the biopsychosocial/biobehavioral model of disease?
The biopsychoscial/biobehavioral model of disease posits that disease experience is based on the interplay between biological factors and emotional state and past experience and pays close attention to the role of axis 2 components in disease. Therefore, in treating, this model recommends rehabilitation methods as opposed to active treatment, which may include cognitive behavior training, relaxation training, and other strategies to manage instead of to cure.
Which of the following is true of TMJ disc displacement “with reduction”?
Which of the following is not true of trigeminal neuralgia?
Trigeminal neuralgia typically presents with a patient complaining of short bouts of shooting, electric-like pain. This pain is typically brought on by stimulation of trigger points, either extra-orally or intra-orally, and episodes are typically limited to one side of the head or face
Which of the following is true of a facial pain disorder?