Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 12
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Commonly involved lymph nodes during metastasis from carcinomas of oral cavity is______________?
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Arecanut chewing is aetiological factor in______________?
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Which of the following disease is known as the Kissing disease______________?
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Clinical features of which of the following include conjunctivitis, urethritis muco-cutaneous lesions and arthritis ?
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Which one of the following is the cause of dilacerations ?
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Which of the following is not a type of lichen planus?
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Cyst without lining is______________?
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TENS therapy is useful in ______________?
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Most common site for melanotic neuroectodermal tumour of infancy is (MNTI)_______________?
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Lesions of oral tuberculosis are associated with all the following except_______________?
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The enzyme glucosyl transferase secreted by Streptococcus mutans sythesizes glucans from_____________?
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Ground glass appearance in bone is seen in_____________?
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Acute non-suppurative sialdenitis is seen in______________?
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All of the following are seen in lead poisoning except_____________?
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Abtropfing affect is seen in_____________?
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The most ideal expianation for recurrence of odontogenic keratocyst is:____________?
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Leutic glossitis is an intra-oral manifestation caused by_____________?
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Mumps is caused by______________?
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A fluid filled elevated lesion of skin is called___________?
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Which of the following is not associated with haemorrhage ?
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A 7-year old child having yellowish discoloured spot of maxillary central incisor. His mother presents a history of injury to deciduous tooth 3 years back with recurrent infection & swelling. The diagnosis is_______________?
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The recurrence of pleomorphic adenoma is attributed to____________?
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Plaque microflora can-split carbohydrates. What does it means?
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Bence- Jones are laboratory finding of____________?
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The cells most frequently found in a granuloma are:___________?
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Lesion of facial nerve at level of stylomastoid foramen leads to____________?
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Internal resorption is characterised by_____________?
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Horner?s syndrome Does NOT include_____________?
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Reilly bodies are inclusion bodies seen in hurler?s disease within___________?
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Mikulicz?s disease is____________?
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The microorganism most commonly cultured from a chronic bilateral ulcer at the corner of mouth____________?
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Which of the following produces osteoblastic secondaries_____________?
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A non-neoplastic hereditary bone lesion, histologically similar to central giant cell granuloma affects children and shows, a bilateral involvement of the jaws with eye to heaven appearance clinically is_______________?
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Corticosteroids are useful in treatment of TMJ arthritis because they have_____________?
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Which tumour does not occur in minor salivary gland ?
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Which of the following is a non-destructive method of age estimation in adults ?
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Hemosiderin pricticles are seen histologically in case of______________?
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Smooth surface caries is characterized by spread of caries in enamel and dentin as cones. These alignment in enamel and dentin is____________?
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Cavity formation in a tooth, due to dental caries is due to______________?
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Which of the following statement is false in relation to myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome ?
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Which of the following statements is true for MEN type ?
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White patch is seen on the buccal mucosa consisting of pseudomycelium and chalmydospores with desquamated epithelium adjacent to it, the patient is suffering from epithelium adjacent to it, the patient is suffering from_____________?
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Transformation into osteosarcoma is seen with________________?
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Prolonged use of antibiotics in children can result in_________________?
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A 15-year old boy shows an inverted pear shaped radiolucency between the upper central incisors. The teeth are normal in all aspects The most likely diagnosis is________________?
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Multiple odontogenic keratocyst are associated with:____________?
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Differential diagnosis of hypercementosis includes all of these EXCEPT ?
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Cardiac condition requiring Antibiotic prophylaxis for infective Endocarditis ?
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Etiology of multiple neurofibromatosis is_______________?
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