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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 3

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Tumors metastatic to the jaw bones are most likely to be found in the _________________?

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The following site is the common involvement in case of Myositis ossificans_______________?

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Subepithelial vesicles are characteristic all of the following EXCEPT:

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Which of the following is NOT a clinical feature of Pierre-Robin syndrome ?

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Which of the following is an odontogenic tumor?

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The most common malignant tumor of the gingiva is _____________?

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Hairy Tongue is a condition in which certain structures become enlarged_______________?

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Oral submucous fibrosis is diagnosed by____________?

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Keratocanthoma is found most commonly on ?

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Least cariogenic among these______________?

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Commonest site for ectopic salivary gland tumour is____________________?

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Chemotherapy can be successful during treatment of_____________?

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Break up time (BUT) test is done in_______________?

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Alveolitis sicca dolorosa is otherwise known as____________?

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Acquired, symmetric hyper pigmentation of the sun exposed skin of the face & neck which is strongly associated with pregnancy & use of oral contraceptives is called as_______________?

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A 36 year old man with an asymptomatic swelling in the body of the mandible with radiographic features of radiolucency with radiopaque flecks in suffering from:

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Ectodermal dysplasia is:___________?

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The most common intraoral location for a pigmented nevi is the_______________?

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Tumor represented T2 N2 M0 is classified as_______________?

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Tumour that doesn?t show spontaneous regression______________?

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Liquefaction foci of Miller is a histopathological observation in:

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Large pulp chambers are characteristic of all the following conditions except_______________?

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The primary cause of acantholysis in pemphigus vulgaris is___________?

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A 3-year old patient reports of painless progressive bilateral facial swellings. The tentative diagnosis is______________?

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True about caries, all except:

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Garre?s chronic non suppurative sclerosing osteomyelitis is characterized clinically by:____________?

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Which of the following is false regarding measles ?

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Gingiva is most commonly affected by deficiency of_____________?

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megaloblastic anaemia occurs due to________________?

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Lingual tonsils arise___________________?

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A boy complains of bleeding gums, swollen, joints with hemorrhage into joints His paternal and maternal uncle complains of same problem It is due to deficiency of factor________________?

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Oral lesions of secondary syphilis includes all EXCEPT______________?

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Swelling and redness of the orifices of minor salivary glands of the palate occurs in_________?

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Anti-convulsants frequently used in management of trigeminal neuralgia are_______________?

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An epithelial lining is typically found in all of the following except_______________?

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Oral foci of miller?s are seen in_______________?

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Oral candidiasis is divided into primary and_____________?

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Estesin pearls are cysts that arise from_________________?

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Hamartoma is _____________?

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Port wine stain in characteristic feature of __________________?

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A patient aged 50 years presented with a history of jaw expansion and enlargement of maxilla_____________?

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A 40 year old woman has meloblastoma, the histomorphologic features will be:___________?

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Pigmentation occurs in oral cavity and skin in all of the following except_______________?

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Acanthosis is_____________?

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Chronic granulocytic leukemia is due to______________?

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Immature bony trabeculae are found in_____________?

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Most common site of tuberculous lesion in the oral cavity is______________?

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Pain due to acute irreversible pulpitis is:____________?

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A 10-years-old child presents with anemia and recurrent fractures. The X-ray shows diffuse hyper density of bone The diagnosis is most likely to be______________?

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A 40-year old lady presents with unilateral demotonic distribution of veslcular eruptions. associated with severe pain. The most likely diagnosis is____________________?

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