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Oral Microbiology Preparation (Dr. Hem Sopheak)

 

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1) The most common bacteria that are always presence in mouth as a normal flora, which proposition is inexact?

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2) The most common bacterium that is responsible for tonsillitis and pharyngitis is:?

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3) Principal Cocci Gram positive bacteria found in oral cavity:?

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4) Analytical techniques for monitoring biofilms by β€œIndirect detection” πŸ˜•

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5) Analytical techniques for monitoring biofilms by β€œDirect detection” πŸ˜•

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6) Principal Rods Gram negative bacteria found in oral cavity:?

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7) Bacteria usually cause Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis?

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8) Strategy to control of biofilm pH in oral biofilm:?

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9) Strategy to control of nutrients in oral biofilm:?

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10) Principal Cocci Gram negative bacteria found in oral cavity:?

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11) Major bacteria cause chronic periodontitis:?

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12) Major bacteria usually cause dental caries:?

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13) The comment bacterium causes dental caries:?

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14) Among 4 phases of biofilm formation, the phase that is done immediately about 4 hours is:?

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15) Infection in oral cavity by oral flora, which proposition is inexact?

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16) Strategy to control of rendox potential in oral biofilm:?

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17) A bacterium that spread from lung infection and cause oral lesions with clinical sign include fever, chills, fatigue and malaise, weight loss, and persistent cough πŸ˜•

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18) Steps in order for biofilm formation:?

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19) Which bacteria that is not always presence in saliva:?

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20) Microorganisms in oral tissue can cause πŸ˜•

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21) Major bacteria cause periodontitis πŸ˜•

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22) Factor that does not influence to dental caries?

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23) Principal Rods Gram positive bacteria found in oral cavity:?

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24) On tooth surface, bacteria that participate actively in adhesion of primary colonizers?

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25) In dental caries, the protective factor is πŸ˜•

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26) Diseases are always found in oral cavity, except πŸ˜•

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27) In dental caries, the pathogenic factor is πŸ˜•

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28) Steps in order to perform bacteriological diagnostic of oral microbiology:?

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29) Major bacteria cause aggressive periodontitis?

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30) Which bacteria that is not presence in buccal mucosa?

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31) Pathway in order of pathogenesis of oral infection:?

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32) A major bacteria that is responsible in facilitating adhesion by other bacteria is:?

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33) Infections of the mucosa are more usually associated with transient oral bacteria, which one is incorrect?

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34) A bacterium from buccal mucosa that can cause lung infection in chronic obstructive pulmonary infections in cystic fibrosis patients is:?

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35) Dental caries, which answer is incorrect?

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36) A bacterium that never found in tooth surface:?

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37) Oral opportunistic infection happens when:?

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38) Bacteria usually cause Pericoronitis?

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39) Specificity of Anaerobic bacteria, except:?

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40) Among 4 phases of biofilm formation, the phase that is done the longest, about 7-14 days is:?

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41) Antimicrobial against Porphyromonas gingivalis is πŸ˜•

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42) A bacterium that is usually found in tongue πŸ˜•

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43) Antibiotic which is common use to treat anaerobic bacteria πŸ˜•

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44) Biofilm infection is usually found in sites of primary and secondary infection except:?

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