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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 14

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Mucocutaneous circumoral pigmentation is found in_____________?

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An acute apical abscess is usually a result of:__________?

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In a patient with reduced salivary flow the carious incidence is_______________?

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A 40 year old woman report with the complaint of burning sensation in the mouth. Clinical examination reveals lesions consisting of radiating white striations in a retiform arrangement affecting buccal mucosa, tongue, lips & gingiva bilaterally. An incisional biopsy is suggestive of lichen planus. The following are different clinical forms of lichen planus except:

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Inflammation of the dorsal root ganglion and vesicular eruption of the skin and mucous membrane in area supplied by a sensory nerve that is affected in characteristic of_____________?

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Intra-epithelial bulla are found in:__________?

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A 60 year old has got severe bulla and target lesion Which erythema around halo and genital lesions:_____________?

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Steroids are indicated in all of the following conditions except______________?

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Which of the following may be a feature of acromegaly ?

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The cyst which is found within the bone at the junction of teh globular process, the lateral nasal process & maxillary process is______________?

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Leukoplakia with the worst prognosis is seen on the_____________?

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The corrct order of microscopic zones of dentinal caries starting from the D.E junction is_______________?

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The tissue of which lesion has been described as resembling a blood sponge with large pores_____________?

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The attachment of the Actinomyces species to the tooth surface is facilitated by____________?

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The histopathology of osteopetrosis shows_______________?

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Which of the following is not a type of leukoplakia______________?

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Which of the following is the most likely (among them) to turn malignant ?

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The inheritance pattern of dentinogensis imperfecta is______________?

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Which of the following is related to an enzyme deficiency and involves periodontal destruction around primary teeth______________?

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Bismuth intoxication is manifested as______________?

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Eighty percent of all salivary stones occur in___________?

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Normal serum, Ca nd alkaline PO4 are in________________?

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Petechial hemorrhage is seen in________________?

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Hairy tongue is characterized by____________?

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The earliest response of pulpitis is:__________?

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A patient complains of loss of visual acuity, deafness and enlargement of maxilla_______________?

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Low grade infection which leads to localized periosteal reaction is:____________?

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Trigeminal heuralgia (tic doulourex) is characterized by______________?

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All of the following malignancies metastasize except____________?

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Erythroblastosis fetalis can be prevented if the mother is injected at parturition, with an antibody called_____________?

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Macrodontia is associated with______________?

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Sialolith in the excretory duct, will result in______________?

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Which tooth in the permanent dentition is the most susceptible to dental caries ?

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A hair on end appearance of the skull is seen in all of the following except_____________?

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Steven-Johnson syndrome involves:____________?

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Primary lesion in lichen planus is:___________?

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Precancerous potential in plummer-vinson?s syndrome may be due to change in the epithelium like_____________?

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Precocious puberty is most characteristic of which of the following ?

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Chediak- Higashi syndrome is inherited as_________________?

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Increased incidence of squamous cell carcinoma of the skin is due to all except____________?

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On clinical examination a 60 years old female had a tumor in the right buccal mucosa. The size of the tumor was about 2 cm in diameter. There was no involvement of regional lymph nodes and also had no distant metastasis The TNM stage of the tumor is____________?

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Osteosclerosis of bone occurs due to______________?

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The most common bone tumor that occurs in children is_____________?

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Aplastic anaemia is common with_____________?

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Xeroderma pigmentosum is characterized by:___________?

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Most common tumor of parotid gland is______________?

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A 20yr old patient reports with multiple swelling of the jaws. Clinical examination reveals multiple hard swellings involving the jaws and intra orally several missing teeth are noticed. Panoramic radiograph reveals multiple radio opaque lesions in the maxilla and the mandible with multiple impacted teeth and supernumerary teeth indicative of Gardeners syndrome: The above mentioned condition is______________?

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Antischkow cells are present in all of the following conditions except_____________?

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Grinspan syndrome is associated with:___________?

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Compound odontoma shows:______________?

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