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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 10

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Pernicious anemia is______________?

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Odontogenic keratocyst has the following feature:____________?

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Facial edema, cheilitis granulomatosa and a fissured tongue characterize which of the following syndromes ?

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Site specificity is seen in________________?

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Magenta tongue is found in the deficiency of the vitamin_____________?

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Which of the following deficiencies are associated with the disorders of hyperplasia of salivary gland and keratinisation of the salivary gland______________?

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The most common site for metastasis from carcinoma of cheek_____________?

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Caries, all are true except______________?

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Lactobacilli are numerous in caious lesions because they______________?

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The syndrome of geographic tongue should be treated by_____________?

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Hepatolenticular degeneration is seen with deposition of_____________?

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Primordial cyst develops:______________?

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Leutic glossitis can occur in connection with_____________?

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Deficiency of which of the following will cause enamel hypoplasia ?

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A deep pit lined by enamel seen in the lingual surface of Maxillary lateral incipor is most likely to be_______________?

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In a 2 year old child, a bluish dome shaped swelling on the inner side of the lip is mostly_____________?

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The most common congenital defect of the face and jaws is___________________?

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The reason why most patients suffering from recurrent herpes labialis rarely give a history of having acute form of the herpetic gingivastomatitis is because_____________?

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In children the most frequently missing permanent teeth are________________?

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Histological clefts in lichen planus are____________?

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Ghost (shadow) cells are seen in:___________?

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Radiographs of a 40 years old female revealed radiolucent areas around several of her mandibular teeth, all which tested vital on the electric pulp tester, These area represent ?

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Intraepithelial vacuolation with formation of vesicle or bulla intraepithelially above the basal layer is characteristically seen in:___________?

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Ramsay Hunt syndrome the cranial nerve involved is______________?

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Formation of multiple pinpoint bleeding spots on scratching the skin is characteristic of:__________?

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Which of the following is a pseudo cyst ?

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In Cleidorcranial dysostosis, sometimes the roots of the permanent teeth are_____________?

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Mottled enamel is due to______________?

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Anodontia affects the growth of________________?

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Which of the following is a true neoplasm of functional cementoblasts:

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Which of the following lesions are seen in van recklinghausen?s disease of skin______________?

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Koebner?s phenomenon is seen with_____________?

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Common oral change seen with nutritional anemia is_____________?

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Which of the following is inherited as a autosomal dominant triat?

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The most pronounced effect on the oral microflora of a reduction in rate of salivary flow is a_____________?

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Most common missing tooth in the permanent dentition is_____________?

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Hutchinson?s triad includes______________?

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Mutation in GNAS 1 gene is associated with________________?

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Which of the following is associated with HIV infection________________?

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Squamous cell carcinoma with best prognosis is_____________?

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Firbroma combined with glandular tissue is_______________?

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Multiple punched out lesion are seen in__________?

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The most reliable single histologic criterion for diagnosis of oral squamous cell carcinoma is____________?

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The main causative agent of Ludwig?s angina is:__________?

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Oral lesions on the tongue and other mucosal surfaces of the oral cavity is caused by the deficiency of_______________?

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In Radionucide imaging the most useful radio pharmaceutical for skeletal imaging is______________?

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Prodromal symptoms precede 1 to 2 days before the onset of disease in___________?

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The Sensitive period for tetracycline induced discolouration in the permanent maxillary mandibular incisors and canines is________________?

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Which of the following is unlikely to cause enamel hypoplasia ?

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Intestional absorption of calcium is decreased by________________?

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