Oral Diagnosis Test

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Oral Diagnosis Test

 

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

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

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

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Regarding to abrasion, it is most commonly seen on the

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

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Which of the following is the hardest?

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

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The following are vital sign EXCEPT.

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Which of the following in not abnormality of function

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

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Which of the following are vital signs?

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The tissue which cannot be seen on dental radiographs is

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A full thickness loss of surface epithelium with exposure of underlying connective tissue is call

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

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Which of the following mucosae is normally keratinized?

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

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The effects of tooth removal in healthy individuals can show as

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What would not cause an airway obstruction?

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

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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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Radiographically, the lamina dura is a

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Which one of the following statements is FALSE?

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The cardinal signs of inflammation are

1 redness.

2. pain.

3. swelling.

4. heat

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

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Abrasion is most commonly seen on the

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The earliest radiographic sign of occlusion trauma is:

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Granulation tissue which extends coronally from the pulp of a carious tooth is known as

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Which of the following are possible causes of Bell’s Palsy?

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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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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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The redness of inflamed gingiva is due to

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Transillumination is used to**

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Migration of teeth may be associated with

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The BEST treatment for alveolar abscess

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Electrical pulp testing is least useful in :

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A patient with bruxism is likely to demonstrate ?

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which statement is false regarding to thyroid glands:

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How can a periodontal pocket be recognized

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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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The following are the indications for biopsy EXCEPT for :

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Regarding to cherubism, with statement is false?

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

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Which of the following is/ are symptoms of swelling ?

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

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Which of the following conditions may result from cross-brushing the teeth?

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Which of the following is true regarding to HYPERTRICHOSIS ?

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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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Which of the following is not characteristic of periodontitis?

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

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Transillumination is used to

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

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Ankyloglossia is caused by

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Which of the following is not true regarding necrotic pulp :

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An acute periapical abscess must be associated with:

1/ pain

2/ sensitivity to percussion

3/ non-vital tooth

4/periapicalradiolucency

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Which of the following is not useful for apical infection

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Enlargement of thyroid gland can be caused by

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Which of the following is not true regarding excisional biopsy ?

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151. Which of the following are characteristic symptoms of acute suppurative pulpitis? 1. Spontaneous throbbing pain. 2. Prolonged pain initiated by heat. 3. Increased pain while lying down. 4. Increased pain by cold.

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