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Oral Diagnosis Preparation (Pr. Tuy Tel)

 

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1) A larger circumscribed elevated area is call

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2) A patient presents with apparent paralysis of one side of the face which appeared the day before. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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3) 153. Which of the following radiographic findings are attributable to trauma from occlusion? 1. Widening of the periodontal ligament space. 2. Vertical destruction of the interdental septum. 3. Widening of the lamina dura. 4. Narrowing in width of the periodontal ligament space.

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4) Which of the following is not diagnosis aids in Dentistry?:

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5) Which of the following agents is most effective in cold testing?

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6) A patient presents with a 3 week history of prolonged tooth pain to hot and cold. Three days ago the symptoms changed to moderate pain on biting combined with a dull, spontaneous ache relieved by cold. The most likely diagnosis is

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7) Percussion of a tooth is used to evaluate

1.ankylosis.

2.pain.

3.mobility.

4. vitality.

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8) Which of the following are salivary glands, EXCEPT

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9) Which of the muscles of mastication is associated with the condylar head and the articular disc?

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10) Which of the following are vital signs?

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11) The effects of tooth removal in healthy individuals can show as

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12) A genetic disorder that causes prominence in the lower portion in the face is called:

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13) Swelling after RCT is mainly caused by

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14) The following are the indications for biopsy EXCEPT for :

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15) Which of the following is one of the principle jaw-opening muscles?

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16) Which of the following parnasal sinuses is/ are accessible to clinical examination ? 1 Maxillary sinuses 2. Frontal sinuses 3. Ethmoidal sinuses 4. sphenoidal sinuses

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17) Which of the following are symptoms of secondary Sjogren’s syndrome?

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18) A patient suffering from periodontal disease may complain of

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19) The most prominent feature of acute apical periodontitis is

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20) “spoon-shaped” nails (koilonychia) may be seen in ?

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21) The earliest radiographic sign of occlusal trauma is

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22) Severe throbbing tooth pain which temporary relieve with heat is a symptom of

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23) How can a periodontal pocket be recognized

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24) which one of the largest sinuses ?

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25) Which of the following tests is useful in the diagnosis of anemia?

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26) Abrasion is most commonly seen on the

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27) The white appearance of the oral mucosa seen following extended local application of aspirin is the result of

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28) The muscle primarily responsible for moving the mandible to a lateral position is the

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29) Among the salivary glands , which of the following had multiple ducts?

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30) which statement is false regarding to thyroid glands:

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31) Patient registration number Useful for:

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32) When lateral deviation on opening the mouth ( e.g  right side) causes pain; the pain is toward :

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33) Sterilization of carious dentin without pulp injury is assured by the application of

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34) Which of the following is not useful for apical infection

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35) All of the following are abnormal structure EXCEPT for :

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36) An acute lateral periodontal abscess can be differentiated from an acute abscess of pulpal origin by the

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37) Which one of the following, is asymptomatic?

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38) Which of the following is/are mandibular nerve ? 1/ Frontal nerve 2/ lingual nerve 3/ lachrymal nerve 4/ Inferior alveolar nerve

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39) The electric pulp tester has not value in determining whether

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40) Which of the following is not characteristic of periodontitis?

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41) Which of the following are vital signs?

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42) Which of the following is /are abnormal functions ? 1. Difficulty walking 2. Inability to open mouth 3. Dysphonia ( difficulty speaking ) 4. Dysphagia ( difficulty swallowing )

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43) What would cause an airway obstruction

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44) Lateral mandibular motion ranges from:

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45) Function(s) of the dental pulp include(s)

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46) A patient with bruxism is likely to demonstrate ?

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47) Tooth mobility may be due to

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48) The normal range of mouth opening for a male patient is ?

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49) Under normal conditions, the most definitive test to confirm the loss of pulp vitality is

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50) The electric pulp tester might be of some value in determining whether the pulp is

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51) What would not cause an airway obstruction?

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52) The redness of inflamed gingiva is due to

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53) The muscles responsible for protrusion of the mandible are the

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54) Pathologic migration of teeth is due

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55) Enlargement of thyroid gland can be caused by

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56) Which one of the following the periodontal pocket can be recognized ?

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57) The success of indirect pulp capping is dependent upon

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58) Which muscle originated from temporal lines on the parietal bone of the skull ?

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59) Which of the following is/are mandibular nerve?

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60) Which of the following is not true regarding necrotic pulp :

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61) In Dentistry, the most chief complaint of the patient is:

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62) Which one of the following teeth is most frequently impacted?

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63) On inspection of lateral boarder of the tongue at the base, which structure would you expect to find

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64) Granulation tissue is composed of

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65) Which of the following foods is LEAST cariogenic?

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66) The BEST treatment for alveolar abscess

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67) The following are signs of congenital heart disease EXCEPT

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68) A patient presents with a 3 week history of prolonged tooth pain to hot and cold. Three days ago the symptoms changed to moderate pain on biting combined with a dull, spontaneous ache relieved by cold. The most likely diagnosis is Chronic apical abscess. ?

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69) An acute periapical abscess must be associated with:

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70) Which of the following radiographic findings are attributable to trauma from occlusion?

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71) Which of the following is /are the indications for biopsy ? 1/ Any lesion that persists for more than 2 weeks with no apparent etiology 2/Any inflammatory lesion that does not respond to local treatment after 10-14 days 3/ Persistent hyperkeratotic changes in surface tissues 4/ Any lesion that regress after removal its cause

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72) The microscopic study of cells scraped from the surface of a lesion is called:

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73) Which of the following is/ are ducts of sublingual gland?

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74) Which of the following, if left untreated, is most likely to result in a periapical lesion?

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75) Which of the following is not true regarding to medical history

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76) All of the following are the locations of minor salivary glands EXCEPT?

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77) Exophthalmia may be a sign of

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78) A patient has an asymptomatic, white patch on the oral mucosa. Which of the following methods of examination is most likely to lead to a diagnosis?

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79) Regarding to cherubism, with statement is false?

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80) Tooth mobility may be due to

  1. excessive occlusal force.
  2.  decreased osseous support.
  3. periodontal abscess.
  4. gingival inflammation.

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81) To view the pillars of the fauces, tonsils, uvula and oropharynx by:

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82) “Tic douloureux” is synonymous with

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83) Regarding to draining fistula ,which of the following conditions is associated with it ?

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84) The electric pulp tester has not value in determining whether 1. the pulp is hyperemic or hyperplastic. 2. there is a partial necrosis of the pulp. 3. there is a partial or total pulpitis. 4. the pulp is vital or nonvital.

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85) The etiology of erosion of the teeth is?

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86) A smooth, elevated, red patch devoid of filiform papillae, located in the midline of the dorsum of the tongue immediately anterior to the circumvallate papillae is indicative of

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87) The cardinal signs of inflammation are

1 redness.

2. pain.

3. swelling.

4. heat

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88) An elevated area containing pus is call

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89) Whith of the following nodes drain the scalp ?

1/ Pre auricular nodes (Parotid)

2/ Post auricular nodes (mastoid)

3/ Occipital nodes

4/Sub mental nodes

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90) Which of the following is false

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91) The area of the tooth that is most sensitive during cavity preparation is

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92) An acute periapical abscess must be associated with:

1/ pain

2/ sensitivity to percussion

3/ non-vital tooth

4/periapicalradiolucency

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93) The masseter muscle originates from the

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94) Swelling related to increased tissue fluid is called

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95) An acute pain is described as :

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96) Which of the following lingual papillae have taste buds ?

1/ circumvallate papillae

2/ foliate papillae

3/ filliforme papillae

4/ fungiforme papillae

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97) A cold stimulus applied to a tooth will produce a hypersensitive response if the tooth

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98) Which of the following is duct of parotid gland?

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99) Which of the following is duct of submandibular gland?

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100) Enlargement of lymph node is characteristic sing of : 1/ Acute infection 2/ Chronic infection 3/ Metastatic cancer 4/ Tooth wear

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101) A circumscribed accumulation of fluid within or below epithelium,larger than 5mm in diameter is call

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102) The muscle primarily responsible for moving the mandible to a lateral position is the

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103) Which of the following is/are symptoms : 1. Pain 2. Burning sensation 3. Numbness 4 Dry mouth

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104) A clenching habit may be a factor in

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105) Radiography is used to detect the following conditions EXCEPT for:

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106) Which of the following is/ are symptoms of swelling ?

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107) Which of the following is the hardest?

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108) What clinical evidence would support a diagnosis of acute dento-alveolar abscess?                                                                                                1.  A negative reaction to the electric vitality tester.

2.  A positive reaction of short duration to cold.

3.  A positive reaction to percussion.

4.  Presence of a draining fistula

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109) What clinical evidence would support a diagnosis of acute dento-alveolar abscess?

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110) Migration of teeth may be associated with

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111) which of the following are trues regarding patient history ?

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112) Areas of isolated gingival recession are most frequently seen on teeth that are:

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113) Which of the following oral epithelium is/are non keratinized? 1.Buccal mucosa 2. Soft palatal epithelium 3. Floor of the mouth 4. Alveolar mucosa

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114) Which of the following statements is correct?.

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115) In Bell’s Palsy,the significant signs and symptoms of misrouting of facial nerve fibers is/are : 1/ A post-paralytic hemi spasm (spontaneous clonic spasms) 2/ Eyelid closure is always respected 3/ Reduced lacrimation 4/ Syndrome of crocodile tears

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116) The following are the characteristic signs and symptoms of Bell’sPalsy EXCEPT for:

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117) Radiographically, the lamina dura is a

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118) Name of patient is used :

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119) Which of the following cells are characteristic of chronic inflammation of the dental pulp?

  1. Neutrophils.
  2. Eosinophils.
  3. Lymphocytes.
  4.  Macrophages.
  5. Plasma cells

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120) How would you diagnose a periapical abscess

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121) Which of the following is/are the nature of pain : 1. Throbbing 2. Squeezing 3. Dull 4.Severe pain

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122) The following are vital sign EXCEPT.

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123) The following are the component of the external auditory meatus EXCEPT of:

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124) Which one of the following the radiography is not used to detect ?

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125) A risk factor for gingival recession is

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126) Gingival hyperplasia may be

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127) Severe throbbing tooth pain which increases when the patient lies down is a symptom of

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128) The physiologic wear of hard dental tissue resulting from mastication is known as

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129) Which of the following muscles passes obliquely across the side of the neck.?

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130) Regarding to oral mucosae, which one of the following is normally keratinized?

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131) The following diseases are presented in adult and older patientsEXCEPT;

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132) In health, attached gingiva

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133) The apical region of a non-vital tooth with a deep carious lesion may radiographically show

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134) Which of the following is the most powerful jaw-closing muscle?

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135) The electric pulp tester might be of some value in determining whether the pulp is                                                                                              1. Hyperemic or hyperplastic.

2. There is a partial necrosis of the pulp.

3. There is a partial or total pulpitis.

4. The pulp is vital or non-vital.

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136) The following are features of acute apical periodontitis EXCEPT for:

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137) Regarding to the lingual papillae , which one of the following had not taste buds ?

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138) Transillumination is used to

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139) Denture stomatitis can be associated with

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140) Date of examination is useful for:

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141) Condensing osteitis in the periapical region is indicative of a/an

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142) Which of the following is the hardest?

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143) 152. Function(s) of the dental pulp include(s) 1. defensive. 2. sensory. 3. circulatory. 4. dentin repair.

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144) The following are the nature of pain EXCEPT:

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145) In teeth with complete pulp necrosis, the periapical area is involved if

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146) Caries which is close to the pulp chamber; on x rays you find dent in dent; the right treatment is

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147) The normal range of mouth opening for a male patient is :

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148) Enlargement of the thyroid gland can be caused by

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149) The following are the component of the external auditory meatus EXCEPT of:

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150) Which of the following is true regarding to HYPERTRICHOSIS ?

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151) All of the following are the locations of minor salivary glands EXCEPT

1’/Labial and buccal mucosa

2/ Tongue and floor of the mouth

3/Soff palate and 2/3 posterior of hard palate

4/Gingiva and 1/3 anterior of hard palate

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152) Which of the following may be caused the migration of teeth 1. lip habits 2. tongue habits. 3. Bruxism 4. periodontitis.

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153) Which drug is specific for Trigeminal Neuralgia

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154) The following are possible causes of Bell’s Palsy EXCEPT

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155) The following are sign and symptom in Ehlers-Danlos syndrome Except for:

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156) Percussion of a tooth is used to evaluate ?

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157) Which of the following are possible causes of Bell’s Palsy? 1. Incorrect injection technique. 2. Viral infection. 3. Inflammation of the facial nerve. 4. Surgical trauma.

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158) For an exophthalmia, the Schirmer’s test which is wetting of the paper in 5minutes, the result is:

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159) Which one of the following is not symptoms of secondary Sjogren’s syndrome?

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160) Which of the following may affect the results of electric pulp testing?

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161) Regarding to abrasion, it is most commonly seen on the

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162) A cusp fracture can be detected by

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163) During   examination  of the temporomandibular joint , we have to do all of the following except

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164) Which of the following mucosae is normally keratinized?

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165) Which of the following cells are characteristic of chronic inflammation of the dental pulp?

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166) The most common acute pain complaints in the orofacial region is:

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167) Which of the following is not true regarding thyroid gland ?

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168) A small circumscribed elevated area is call

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169) A common clinical sign of occlusal traumatism is

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170) The apical region of a non-vital tooth with a deep carious lesion may radiographically show

  1. Widening of the periodontal space.
  2.  Loss of lamina dura.
  3. A circumscribed radiolucency.
  4. Calcification of the periodontal membrane.

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171) Which of the following are characteristic symptoms of acute suppurative pulpitis?

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172) Tooth under occlusal trauma shows

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173) The following statements are true regarding to parotid gland EXCEPT of :

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174) Which of the following is LEAST likely to cause pain?

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175) The most chief complaint of patient in Dentistry is:

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176) The medical term for excessive hair growth that affect any gender is called :

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177) Which of the following are symptoms of  secondary Sjogren’s syndrome?

1/ Dry eyes  (Xerophthalmia)

2/ Dry mouth (Xerostomia)

3/ Hyper elasticity of the skin

4/ Rheumatoid arthritis

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178) Which one of the following is not sign and symptom of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

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179) Which of the following irreversible pulpitis can present as the asymptomatic conditions? 1/ Acute pulpitis 2/ Acute suppurative pulpitis 3/ Hyperplastic pulpitis (pulp polyp) 4/ Pulpal necrosis

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180) All of the following are symptoms EXCEPT:

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181) Which of the following are vital signs?

  1. Blood pressure.
  2. Body temperature
  3.  Pulse rate and respiration.
  4. Pupil size.

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182) The earliest clinical sign of gingivitis is :

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183) How can a periodontal pocket be recognized

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184) Whith of the following nodes drain the scalp ?

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185) The papillae that are few in number associated with most taste buds,and associated with Von Ebner’s glands are:

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186) The second branch of trigeminal nerve is called:

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187) Joint deformity and swelling will indicate

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188) On inspection of lateral border of the tongue at the base, which structure would you expect to find?

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189) The following are abnormal functions EXCEPT for :

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190) Which of the following conditions is most likely to be associated with a draining fistula?

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191) The cardinal signs of inflammation are?

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192) Which of the following are the functions of Eustachian tube EXCEPT for:

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193) Which one of the following statements is FALSE?

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194) A patient is not able to close her left eye, wrinkle her forehead or smile on the left side. The most likely diagnosis is

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195) Which of the following is not true regarding excisional biopsy ?

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196) Palpable node characteristics:

1/Acute infection

2/Chronic infection

3/ Metastatic cancer

4/ Tooth wear

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197) Which of the following lingual papillae have taste buds?

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198) The physiologic wear of hard dental tissue resulting from tooth brushing is known as

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199) Which of the following is NOT a sign of congenital heart disease?

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200) Excessive formation of scar tissue beyond the wound margin is called

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201) which one of masticatory muscles is broad, fan-shaped, and situated along the side of the head,

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202) A 2cm discrete, white lesion of the buccal mucosa has not result after elimination of all local irritations. The most appropriate management would be to:

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203) Ankyloglossia is caused by

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204) A child has sustained a traumatic exposure of primary central incisor, he presents to you for treatment two days after the injury. Which of the following should be considered

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205) The normal pulse rate for an adult is around

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206) Transillumination is used to**

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207) All of the following are keratinised EXCEPT of

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208) A small circumscribed non elevated area of discoloration is call

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209) Which of the following irreversible pulpitis can present as the asymptomatic conditions?