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Oral Pathology and Medicine Quiz 8

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A girl suffering from browing of teeth, wearing of enamel but not cavitory, OPG shows obliteration of pulp with narrowing of canal & deposition of secondary dentin, she gave the history that out of her 4 brothers 2 are suffering from the same disease, She is suffering from_______________?

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Robinson?s classification of ameloblastoma does not include:___________?

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Trigeminal neuralgia_______________?

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Metastases from carinoma of tongue by blood stream is more likely when the carcinoma involves the__________?

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Most commonly submerged tooth is_______________?

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Most common cyst in oral region is:__________?

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Salivary duct calculi______________?

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Cooley?s anemia is also known as_____________?

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What could be the most appropriate provisional diagnosis for multiple nodular exophytic reddish lesions of oral mucosa in an AIDS patient ?

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Mixed tumour of the salivary glands are_______________?

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Thrush______________?

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A patient with ameloblastoma of the jaw can best be treated by:_____________?

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Which of the following ulcers are characteristically painless_______________?

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Eruption fails in this bone disease, as there is no bone resorption_______________?

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Forensic Identification utilizes_________________?

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PARULIS is an inflammatory enlargement seen in_______________?

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A patient showing brownish pigmentation and with normal laboratory findings may be suffering from______________?

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The most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is______________?

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Difference between epithelium of oral cavity and cavity lining of cyst is ___________-?

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Sunlight is one of the etiological causes of_______________?

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Static bone cyst is a cyst developing from______________?

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The term poikilokaryosis refers to______________?

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Pierre Robin syndrome is associated with______________?

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The causative agent for ?Oculoglandular syndrome of parinoud? is________________?

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In Treacher collin?s syndrome there is________________?

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Destructively invasive locally malignant with rare metastasis, the lesion is:

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The explosive and widespread form of secondary syphilis in immuno compromised individual is known as________________?

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Hodgkin?s disease is considered to be________________?

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The yeast which shows thick gelatinous capsule and positive for mucicarmine is_____________?

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Which of the following differentiates between condensing osteitis and benign cementoblastoma?

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An Inflammed capillary hemangioma of the oral cavity looks similar to a _____________?

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Small palpable mass elevated above the epithelial surface is_____________?

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Bruxism is characterized by_____________?

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Puetz-Jegher syndrome is characterised by_______________?

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Primary herpetic lesions involving the gingiva are most likely to occur during ages____________?

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Leiomyoma is a tumor of ______________ ?

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The most common bone cancer is______________?

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Dentigerous cyst is suspected if the follicular space is more than:

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A progressive increase in mandibular length and in mandibular interdental spacing in an adult patient is characteristic of_______________?

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Complications of Vincents angina is________________?

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Salivary gland aplasia is seen in_________________?

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Dense in dente is most commonly seen in______________?

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The red blood cells in beta thalassemia are typically____________?

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Mobility of teeth in carcinoma of Maxillary sinus is due to involvement by tumor of_________________?

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The lateral spread of dental caries is facilitated mostly by the_______________?

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Which of the following is carcinoma of the skin spreads by local invasion and has no tendency to metastasise ?

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Microdontia is most commonly seen affecting_______________?

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On biopsy report of CGCG on the basis of histologically & morphological similarities differential diagnosis is made between____________?

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During oral examination of a 57-year old man a large keratotic patch that covers the entire palate is noted some Red Spots are also seen in the patch The patient most likely is a____________?

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A dens in dente is usually caused by_______________?

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