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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 11

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In peutz-Jeghers syndrome, the oral lesions are_____________?

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Commonest site for carcinoma of tongue is_____________?

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Asymmetric widening of the periodontal ligament around two or more teeth is seen in_______________?

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Thrush refers to_____________?

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Coxsackie virus is implicated in____________?

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Splitted papule at corner of mouth______________?

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Hemophilia is associated with____________?

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Yellowish discolouration of oral mucous membrane, skin and sclera of eye is______________?

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Which of the following vitamin in associated with manifestations of neurological problem________________?

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Parotid fatty change is sign of_____________?

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Lupus erythematosus is:____________?

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Botryomycosis is a__________________ disease?

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Bohn?s nodules are______________?

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Warthins tumor is_____________?

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Heck?s disease is another name for_______________?

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Gumma occurs in______________?

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A patient shows inability to close the right corner of the mouth is most probably suffering form_______________?

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Dental cyst:_______________?

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Generalised thickening of cortical and cancellous bones is seen in_______________?

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Kveim Slitzbach test is usuful in the diagnosis of______________?

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The most common coagulation disorders haemophilia A and von Willebrand?s disease are due to______________?

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Most used selective medium for streptococcus mutans is:____________?

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The condition involved with an unerupted tooth or impacted tooth is _________________?

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Which among the following shows pesudo-epitheliometous hyperplasia_______________?

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Which of the following are seen in ectodermal dysplasia?

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Ammonia causes______________?

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A 4-year old child has a normal complemented of primary teeth but they are gray and exhibit extensive occlusal and incisal wear. Radiographic examination indicates extensive deposits of secondary dentin in these teeth. Most likely this condition is______________?

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Taurodontism is seen in ________________?

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Which of the following shows the presence of cholesterol crystals:___________?

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Acanthosis with intraepithelial vacuolation and hyperparakeratosis is seen in_____________?

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A child has marked difference of crown, root size, eruption pattern of left & right side of jaw. The condition is______________?

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Polydactyly, craniosynostosis, late closure of fontanelles is a feature of_______________?

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An abnormal resorption pattern in primary teeth, delayed eruption of permanent teeth and a large tongue are the feature of_____________?

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Disease characterized by insidious onset and by an absolute increased in number of circulating RBCs and in total blood volume ?

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Streptococcus mutans produces an adhesive polymer from sucrose, known as:__________?

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Lichenoid reactions are mainly due to:____________?

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Eruption cyst:______________?

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Which of the following diseases of the bone characteristically exhibits (in contrast to the other three conditions) a single lesion in a single bone ?

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The oral lesion called mucous patches is usually multiple grayish white plaque associated with_____________?

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Albera-Schonberg?s disease is______________?

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Endocarditis prophylaxis is recommended during following dental procedures except_____________?

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Rigidity of facial muscles Risus sardonicus is associated with______________?

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Swollen joint, anemic, loose teeth & dentin dysplasia are because of deficiency of___________?

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A condition of the mouth with increase the caries activity in the oral cavity is_________________?

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The common site of melanoma on the orofacial skin is_____________?

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The treatment for a child with cherubism is______________?

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In amyloidosis of the tongue, The amyloid is deposited primarily in the______________?

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Leisegang rings are found in:___________?

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The granulomatous tissue that is responsible for destruction of articular surfaces of TMJ in rheumatoid arthritis is known as________________?

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Enlargement of lip occured with in seconds to 24 hours is_______________?

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