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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 19

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In Xerostomia the salivary pH is_______________?

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A 15 years old boy reports with a rapidly growing swelling of the mandible with intermittent pain patient history is that the swelling occurred after an episode of trauma Radiographs reveal formation of new subperiosteal bone producing Onion skin appearance The patient also has lip paresthesia elevated white blood cell count Based on the clinical and radiographic picture, one of the following condition could be considered in the provisional diagnosis_________________?

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A bacterial disease with oral manifestations is_____________________?

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A median round lesion in front of circumvallate papilae, with epithelial hyperplasia diagnosis is___________?

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A patient with carinoma cheek has tumor of 2.5 cms located close to and involving the lower alveolus. A single mobile homolateral node measuring node measuring 6 cm is palpable. Based on these clinical findings TNM stage of the tumor is______________?

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Herpangina is caused by______________?

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Bacteria responsible for initiation of caries is _________________?

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Median rhomboid glossitis is due to____________?

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Hair-on-end appearance in a skull roentgenogram is seen in_______________?

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Bleeding time is prolonged in_____________?

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Immunoflourescence test is positive in:____________?

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Bifid tongue a congenital anomaly occurs due to non-fusion of____________?

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Mosaic pattern of bone is seen in radiographic features of_____________?

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Carbamazepine has been utilized to successfully diminish attacks in trigeminal neuralgia. During this therapy which of the following is indicated ?

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Paget?s disease of bone is a chronic disease of the________________?

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The following lesion is a doubtful premalignant lesion for oral malignancy________________?

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A lesion composed of microscopic vessels is called as ______________?

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Diabetes insipidus, bone lesions lesions and exophthalmos is seen in________________?

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Which of the following tooth structure during formation is most effected due to Vit ? A deficiency_____________?

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Botryoid odontogenic cyst is a variant of:___________?

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For primary herpes simplex, the diagnosis is made by which gene______________?

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Osteosarcoma presents a radiographic picture resembling____________?

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The deficiency of which of the following vitamins does not effect on tooth development______________?

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Oral ulcers that are painless are associated with________________?

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For extraction in a leukemic patient________________?

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White-lesion with definite precancerous potential __________________?

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Diffuse erythema (pinpoint petechiae) and white patches in smoker?s palate occur due to________________?

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Osteomyelitis begins as an inflammation of:__________?

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Plasma cell tumour of bones with B-lymphocytic origin is ______________?

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The most common precancerous lesion for oral malignancy is____________?

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A patient is having severe mycotic infection diabetes mellitus and cellulitis is suffering with______________?

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Fish Net pattern is pemphigus vulgaris is seen in which of the following tests?

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Which of the following would be seen in late HIV cases ?

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Frey?s syndrome results from surgery of the ______________?

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The prbable reasons for a high incidence of dental caries in the teenage population relates most directly to______________?

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Which is best for diagnosis of primary herpes simplex infection ?

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Oral ulcers which occurs in groups, persist for about 6 weeks and leave scars on healing are______________?

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Turner?s hypoplasia most commonly affects________________?

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Herpes simplex is seen in______________?

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The tooth most commonly involved in chronic focal sclerosing osteomyelitis is:___________?

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Which of the following diseases of the skin is the most likely to be associated with partial anodontia?

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

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All of the following statement about thrush are true EXCEPT_____________?

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Sturge Weber syndrome is characterized by all EXCEPT_________________?

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The characteristic alarm clock headache is a feature of_______________?

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Bifid ribs, multiple radiolucent lesions of the jaws multiple basal cell nevi and flax cerebri calcification are found in:_____________?

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Dentinal union of two embryologically developing teeth is referred as______________?

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The primary causative factor for myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome of the TMJ is_______________?

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Darlings disease is________________?

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Immunoflourescence is seen at basement membrane as patchy distribution in:___________?

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