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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 15

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A twenty-one-year-old woman complains that regular, gentle brushing of her teeth is painful besides causing profuse bleeding. Oral examination reveals the loss of epithelium from the attached gingival of both arches. Which of the following dermatological problems is this patient most likely to have?

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A 9 year old child has increased horizontal anterior bone loss, cementum and on test shows excretion of phophoethanolamine in the urine. The child is suffering from________________?

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Turners tooth is seen in_____________?

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Which of the following is not a feature of torus mandibularis ?

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Brown tumours are seen in_____________?

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Oral diagnostic features of scleroderma include all of the following, except:__________?

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Clear cells are commonly seen in which of the following lesions?

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Paul Bunnell test is positive in______________?

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Magenta tongue and cracks at corner of mouth are seen is deficiency of______________?

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Adenoid cystic carcinoma is also known as_______________?

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Down?s syndrome is associated with all except__________________?

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Fusion of teeth is more common in_______________?

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Premature exfoliation of deciduous teeth is seen in_____________?

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Wernick?s encephalopathy is caused by deficiency of______________?

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Normal serum calcium level is______________?

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Which on of the following is a connective tissue tumour _______________?

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Hypogonadism developmental delay, loss of taste and smell is due to deficiency of_______________?

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Commonest site of carcinoma of tongue____________?

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A deficiency of which of the following cell can predispose to candidiasis______________?

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Beefy red and painful tongue is characteristic of_______________?

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Peripheral giant cell granuloma occurs most commonly on the_______________?

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White rough pedunculated lesion on palate is most likely_______________?

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Multinucleated giant cells are least likely to be found in which of the following disorders ?

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The dietary carbohydrate most likely involved in etiology of dental caries in man is____________?

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Rubeola refers to________________?

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The most common supernumerary tooth form is______________?

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Which of the following is most common development cyst________________?

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If a patient with Raynaud?s disease puts his hand in cold water, the hand appears_______________?

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The following are the high grade salivary gland malignancies, EXCEPT______________?

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Hyperparathyroidism radiological features seen are_____________?

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Green discoloration of teeth is seen in_______________?

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Which of the following is most likely to be fatal ?

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Granular cell myoblastoma of tongue is____________?

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Taurodontism is characterized by_____________?

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Abscess formation is particularly characteristic of infections with which of the following microorganisms:_____________?

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Progression of dental caries caries on pit and fissure occurs from:

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Which of the following is not a finding in classical hemophilia (hemophilia A)_______________?

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Which of the following dentitions shows the highest frequency of ocurrence of supernumerary teeth ?

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Which of the following does not have a viral etiology ?

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Burning Mouth Syndrome describes pain associated with_____________?

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Which of the following conditions is characterized by abnormally large pulp chambers ?

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Constant feature associated with a radicular cyst

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Histopathologically reversal lines are seen in_____________?

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A radiograph of the mandibular anterior teeth in a patient reveals radiolucencies above the apices of right lateral and central incisors. No restorations or cavities are present There is no pain or swelling and the pulps are vital. The diagnosis is_________________?

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Primary antibody deficiencies are characterized by_____________?

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Easy fatigability of muscles seen in______________?

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Psoriasis is associated with:____________?

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A tooth with a 3 month history of pain, which was worse when hot liquid were in mouth. After extraction, the tooth was split open. The pulp chamber was completely filled with pus. A few remnants of pulp tissue were found in apical end. The condition is:__________?

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A man who had suffered from displaced fracture of mandible complains of pain in-old fracture site near mental foramen. There is a movable tender mass on palpation in the area The best preoperative diagnosis is_______________?

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Lesions associated with vital tooth?

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