Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 17

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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 17

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Nikolsky?s sign in positive in:_____________?

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Addison?s disease is related to________________?

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Chronic periostitis in children is known as__________?

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A 3-year old patient has extensive vesicles on lip, tongue, oral mucous membrane, After 2-4 days vesicles rupture at followed by pseudomembrane formation and also some dermal lesions seen what will be the diagnosis?

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In which one of the following perineural invasion in head and neck cancer is most commonly seen ?

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Characteristic Tram- line calcifications in skull radiographs is observed in________________?

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A 4 year old child with one tooth less than the normal dentition shows large tooth with two crowns and two root canals, the anamoly is______________?

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A patient with emotional problems, increased salivation; pallor of oral mucosa and a grayish blue discoloration of the gingiva. These findings are most consistent with a clinical impression of____________?

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Bell?s Palsy is characterized by_____________?

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Osteosarcoma characteristically may develop in some causes of______________?

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Bone pain, bone, cyst, fractures and renal stones are characteristics of_____________?

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Which of the following is a virus induced eipthelial hyperplasia ?

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Shell teeth are more common in this variant of dentinogenesis imperfecta________________?

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In TNM classification T3 stands for tumour size _______________?

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Dinesh, a 24-year old male, complains of loose teeth in a single quardrant. His radiograph shows irregular bone loss and histopathology reveals eosinophils and histiocytes. The most probable diagnosis is______________?

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Hemophilia B is due to______________?

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Clinical evidence of dentinogenesis imperfecta is______________?

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Reactivation of varicella virus in a posterior root ganglion results in______________?

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The common site for narcotizing sialometaplasia____________?

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A 4-year old child has less number of teeth and lateral incisors with bifurcated roots with two root canals is called_____________?

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Crohn?s disease___________________?

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The number of dentinal zones in dentinal caries is_____________?

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Hypoplastic defects in permanent central and lateral incisors are likely to result due to severe illness or other factors during_______________?

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Loss of tooth surface because of chemomechanical action is known as________________?

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Radiographic finding in pindborg tumour is:___________?

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Which of the following is most malignant ?

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Erosive lichen planus resembles which of the following:

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Drug used in case of Herpetic lesions_______________?

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Geographic tongue is of red colour because of________________?

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Phleboliths are seen in___________________?

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A disease which only affects the formation and eruption of tooth but does not cause hypoplasia is______________?

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ll of the following statements about idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura are true EXCEPT________________?

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Dental anomaly of teeth associated with defective bone formation is seen in_______________?

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All of the following are inherited disorders of connective tissue EXCEPT:

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sOsteomalacia is______________?

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Which of the following is a painfull ulcer ?

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Oral thrush develops in infants at______________?

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Histopathological study of lichen planus shows:___________?

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Which of the following has been implicated due to sunlight_____________?

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Lateral skull view of palatal tori is used to know______________?

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The most reliable criteria in Gustafson?s method of identification is______________?

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Multiple osteomas, multiple polyposis, supernumerary teeth are found in _______ syndrome?

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In herpes primary lesion is_______________?

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Cyst arising from dental lamina:___________________?

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An asymptomatic tooth has deep has deep caries on occlusal surface. Radiograph shows radiopaque mass at apex of the tooth: this mass is most likely to be:____________?

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Reversible pulpitis change to irreversible pulpitis primarily because of:__________?

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Christmas disease is due to deficiency of_______________?

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Pindborg tumor arises from:_________?

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Which of the following may be a feature of acromegaly ?

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Glossodynia is_____________?

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