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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 13

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Which of the following is an oral manifestation of lichen planus?

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Wickham?s striae are seen in:__________?

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The most common site of metastasis from the mandibular sarcoma is________________?

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Ameloblastoma most frequently occurs in:___________?

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The epithelium of a dentigerous cyst is:___________?

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Class III malocclussion is seen in all of the following except___________________?

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Onion Skin appearance of radiographs is seen in______________?

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squamous cell carcinoma on tongue most common site is_____________?

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Biopsy of a clinically suspicious lesion is negative. The most appropriate treatment is_______________?

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The most striking haematological finding in agranulocytosis is______________?

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Enzymes which play an important role in calcification are______________?

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Which is T cell tumor ?

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All the following are TRUE in Immune thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) EXCEPT_____________?

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Which type of candidiasis is associated with leukoplakia is______________?

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A patient 18 years of age with sebaceous cysts on the scalp and back of the neck an osteroma on the right mandible: Radiographs reveal multiple impacted supernumerary teeth in both jaws. These findings suggest_______________?

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Candidiasis associated with Dentures is_______________?

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Clavicle is absent is______________?

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The histological appearance of ?lava following around boulders in dentin dysplasia suggests_______________?

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Preauricular pain, grating sensation and partial trismus are the symptons of______________?

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Drug used to treat oral thrush_______________?

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Tiny linear or arc-shaped bodied, amorphous, brittle and eosinophilic in reaction found in association with some odontogenic cysts, are called:___________?

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Increase in height of mandible with increase in interdental spaces in elderly man______________?

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Which of the following lesions does not give blood on aspiration_______________?

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Fordyce granules mostly occurs in all of the following area EXCEPT________________?

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Syphilis becomes seropositive in___________________?

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Dentigerous cyst is likely to cause which neoplasia?

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Taurodontism is usually seen in_________________?

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Biochemical abnormality associated with osteogenesis imperfecta is increase in______________?

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Koplik spots______________?

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Amber coloured tooth traslucency, blue sclerae and bone fragility and a history of pervious bone fractures are characteristic findings in_____________?

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Apthous like ulcers are seen in_______________?

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Infectious mononucleosis has______________?

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Pain, muscle tenderness, clicking or popping noise in T.M joint and limitation of jaw motion are the four cardinal signs and symptoms of_____________?

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Best way to differentiate a periapical cyst and a perapical granuloma is:__________?

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Which of the following is the diagnostic characteristic of peripheral giant cell granuloma ?

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Among pre-malignant oral lesions ______________?

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Clinical diagnosis of candidiasis is confirmed by_____________?

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Which of the following represents soluble polysaccharide found in dental plaque and is formed from the fructose moiety of sucrose?

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Cancer which most commonly metastasizes to jaw bone is______________?

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Unicentric, non-functional, anatomically benign, clinically persistent tumor is:___________?

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Which of the following is not hereditary________________?

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A histologic evidence of widespread formation of globular hypocalcified dentin and pulp horns reaching the dentinoenamel junction, absence of lamina dura around the tooth in radiograph are the characteristic features of_____________?

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Which of the following salivary gland tumors has highest rate of malignant transformation?

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Focal sclerosing osteomyelitis is:__________?

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Virus responsible for infectious mononucleosis is_____________?

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Pleomorphic adenoma is______________?

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Facial paralysis is tested by_______________?

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Reed-sternberg cells are characteristically seen in______________?

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Patient reports with discolored teeth bearing brown stains. The teeth glow fluorescent in UV light. The most likely diagnosis is____________?

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Prolonged administrator of broad spectrum antibiotics results in the formation of_______________?

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