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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 7

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Which of the following medications shortens the recovery period of primary Herpetic gingivostomatitis ?

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A neuralgia with trigger zones in the oropharynx and pain in the ear pharynx, nasopharynx, tonsils and posterior tongue is most likely_______________?

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Hypopigmentation, gray streaks of hair, degranulation defect of neutrophils and neuropathy are seen in_____________?

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Most common site of oral leukoplakia is______________?

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Which of the following is not associated with gingival lesions ?

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Pioneer bacteria in dental caries are in_____________?

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Which of the following oral structures are not effected in leprosy_______________?

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Which is a degeneration disorder characterized by atrophic changes of the deeper structures (e.g fat, muscle, cartilage & bone) involving one side of the face:

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Miller put forth the acidogenic theory of dental caries in the year______________?

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Intro nuclear inclusions detected during the course of herpes simplex virus infection are called______________?

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In which of the following disorders a circulating antibody directed to intercellular cementing substance of stratified squamous epithelium is observed:_________?

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White raised painless areas when on peeling exhibit painful erythematous areas in case of________________?

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The pigment associated with hemochromatosis is_______________?

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A painful crater like 1.5 cm ulcer develops within one week on the hard palate mucosa of a 40 year old female The most likely diagnosis is_______________?

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A 60 year old male presents with a 2 day history of a severe left ear ache with a burning sensation in the ear and loss of taste. There is left sided weakness of both upper and lower facial muscles. Facial sensation is normal. A few vesicles are seen in the pharynx. What is the most likely diagnosis ?

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Features characteristic of leukoplakia include all except_____________?

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65 year old man who is anaemic, complaints of back pain multiple radiolucencies in panaromic view______________?

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Delayed eruption of at least part of the dentition is a recognized feature of all of the following EXCEPT____________?

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Multiple bilateral dentigerous cysts are seen in:___________?

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Phelogmon is a:__________?

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Mucocutaneous lesions associated with neoplasia____________?

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In which of the following conditions pulsations or murmur may be detected ______________?

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Oral manifestations of infectious mononucleosis is most commonly______________?

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Streptococcus mutans is considered to be principle etiologic agent of caries because it produces organic acids and it ________________?

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Fordyce?s spots are________________?

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Most common primary malignant bone tumor is_______________?

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Intitation of dental caries depends upon_______________?

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Chemical mumps? is synonymous with_____________?

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Silver tatoo is due to_____________?

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Grinspan syndrome is associated with:_________?

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The most common complication of mumps is______________?

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Cafe-au-lait spots on the skin are characteristic of____________?

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The virus which causes Herpes zoster is same as that which causes______________?

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In a middle ? aged man the radiograph shows cotton-wool appearance and blood investigation reveal an elevated alkaline phosphatase levels. The tentative diagnosis is____________?

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Which of the following Orofacial pain is not associated with vascular origin ?

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Secondary syphilis occurs after___________________?

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Clear cells are seen in__________________?

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Osteogenesis imperfecta_____________?

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Which of the following dental sequel is likely in child with a history of generalized growth failure (failure to thrive) in the first 6 month of life_______________?

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L.E Cell phenomenon in peripheral blood is seen in:__________?

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The extra ? cellular polysaccharide sythesized by cariogenic streptococci in the presence of excess sucrose are best described as_______________?

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Naso Labial cyst is thought to arise from_______________?

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Hyperpigmentation is seen in all except______________?

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Cafe au lait macules are seen in:___________?

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Monospot test is used to diagnose_______________?

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Pleomorphic adenoma arises from______________?

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An etiological factor for macroglossia is_____________________?

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The gelatinous deposit adherent on the tooth surface is called as:__________?

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Adamantinoma is:_____________?

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Which of the following is seen in idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura_____________?

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