1. which of the following feature is not seen in crouzon syndrome
2. Air on aspiration is seen in
3. An ovoid radiolucency found located in the inferior border of posterior mandible region, which contains salivary gland tissue is
4. all are tumor suppressor genes in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma except
5. Nasoalveolar cyst is also known as
6. Most premalignant lesion amongst the following is:
7. A dental surgeon has recovered from hepatitis B by 3 months rest. His lab findings are normal but he is not allowed to attend to patients as per medical board as he is
8. Which of the following is true about Crohn's disease
9. If histologic slide and contents of canal space could be obtained the most likely finding in the region of radiolucency in a case of internal Resorption would be
10. Encephalo trigeminal angiomatosis is also known as
11. The most common oral lesion in HIV infected patient is
12. A 5 year old child developed a fibrous verrucous growth on the lower lip which was non mobile,pedunculated,hyperkeratotic and exophytic.The histologic examination showed finger like projections of epithelium running deep into the connective tissue.The xamination of the hands of the child revealed papillomatous growth on his left thumb which was larger than the right thumb.What could be the probable diagnosis
13. Heart shaped radiolucency along the incisive canal is most probably:
14. vanishing bone is seen in
15. A large encapsulated fluid-filled tumour is removed from the hard palate. The most appropriate method of determining the nature of this lesion is to
16. Most common site for keratocanthoma is
17. ehler danlos syndrome is
18. An abnormal decrease in the flow of saliva is
19. A patient complaints of multiple episodes of blood stained vomits .On examination, he has a saddle nose and typical strawberry gingivitis. what is the probable diagnosis?
20. 36 year old woman reported with history of exposed bone in the posterior alveolus with history of multiple myeloma probably has
21. differential white blood cells count in the laboratory are useful in the diagnosis of
22. The term applied to a low white blood cell count is
23. Most common site for occurrence of sialolith is
24. Cyst derived from stellate reticulum and grows in place of the affected tooth is called
25. Herpangina is caused by
26. Most common carcinoma occuring in lip
27. gene mutation that causes ectodermal dysplasia with cleft lip and palate
28. The most likely diagnosis of a proliferative lesion found at a denture periphery is a/an
29. With age, which cells increase in number in salivary gland:
30. KLK4 Gene mutation is associated with which type of amelogenesis imperfect
31. True about Aneurysmal bone cyst
32. When collecting oral tissues by scraping for diagnosis of oral cancer,all of the following are considered true except
33. Condition in which toungue is attached to the floor of the mouth by a small frenum is called
34. Patient complaints of burning mouth. On examination tongue was red ,bald and filiform papillae were absent. Patient also provide history of long term antibiotic use. What is probable etiology
35. A differential diagnosis for gingival hyperplasia should include which of area.It was diagnosed as ameloblastoma.histopathological picture will show the following conditions?
36. Taurodontism occurs because of
37. Chance of malignancy maximum in
38. all of the following are seen in cleidocranial dysostosis except
39. A patient comes to office with generalised oral ulcerations and fever after using a new tooth paste last night.On microscopic examination the buccal mucosa shows microabcess formation,exudates and intensive neytrophilic infiltration.Treatment of choice is
40. CBFA-lgene anomaly is seen in:
41. Which of these is a type of scleroderma:
42. A patient with end-stage renal disease has several multilocular radiolucent lesions associated with vital mandibular teeth. A histopathologic analysis reveals the presence of multinucleated giant cells. The most appropriate management for this patient is to
43. Which of the following originates from all three germ layers namely ectoderm mesoderm and endoderm
44. "Fleur de lys" term is used for
45. Riga fede disease is associated with
46. Periapical cyst can be differentiated from periapical granuloma by
47. which of the following is caused due to an immune reaction to an organism
48. Granular cell ameloblastoma is characterized by granules which are composed of:
49. which of the type of leukaemia commonly shows oral and dermal lesions
50. A 36 year old female had swelling of mandible in lower right molar
51. Osteogenesis imperfecta is manifested by
52. House Brackman scale is used for evaluation of which nerve function
53. Which of the following is not a feature of Hyperparathyroidism?
54. nikolsky sign is not seen in
55. Multiple OKC seen in:
56. Leontiasis ossea is characteristic of:
57. Which index correlates the maturational status of a tooth to its developmental stage:
58. A patient has multiple epidermoid cysts intestinal hamartomas,Osteomas of skull and multiple impacted teeth.he is most probably suffering from
59. difference between epithelial lining of cyst and oral cavity is
60. green discoloration of tongue is due to which of the drug
61. Acrodermatitis enteropathica is a multi-organ failure due to deficiency of
62. Asthmatic patients using corticosteroid inhalers may develop candidiasis on the dorsal surface of the tongue because of
63. Dentinogenesis imperfecta is inherited as
64. calcification of brain is seen in which one of the following
65. in skull radiograph beaten metal appearance is seen in
66. The characteristic multiple punched out lesions are seen in
67. Changes in size color and texture of gingiva are seen in which stage of gingivitis
68. The most common site for necrotizing sialometaplasia is
69. In brush biopsy ,brush is
70. Squamous cell carcinomas of the lip occur most frequently on the
71. Thinning of lamina dura in thickening of space between diploe is seen in the skull radiograph in
72. oral lichenoid reaction differs from oral lichen planus
73. shell teeth are associated with
74. Most common tumor of parotid gland is
75. Ptyalism is seen in
76. a patient with unilateral ptosis of eyelid shows elevation of lid upon movement of jaw to opposite side.he may be suffering from
77. Cobble stone appearance of oral mucosa
78. Koebner phenomenon is seen in
79. Which of the following has a non odontogenic origin
80. Verruciform xanthoma is caused by
81. Which of the following is not responsible for the endogenous staining of teeth during development
82. which HLA is involved in Bechet syndrome
83. Which of the following condition has malignant potential
84. Which of the following represents Vitamin D deficiency
85. all are true about systemic lupus erythematosus except
86. Alarm clock headache is:
87. In a patient with angular chelitis,the biologic examination of a smear from the lesion would most probably reveal
88. Taurodontitis is usually seen with
89. A patient presents with apparent paralysis of one side of the face which appeared the day before. What is the most likely diagnosis?
90. syndrome associated with lip pits and cleft lip/palate
91. Bilaterally symmetrical, yellow spots on the buccal mucosa is suggestive of:
92. Liesegang rings in Pindborg tumor when stained by Congo red and examined under polarised light appear
93. A pleomorphic adenoma is characterized by
94. Mother of a 3 yr old child is worried about small yellowish eruptions along the mid palatine raphe that have formed in the child's mouth.The child is normal and does not seem to have any adverse signs or symptoms.what is the possible diagnosis
95. Hyper extensibility of tongue is seen in
96. in a patient with cerebral palsy all are seen except
97. Which of the following is not a true cyst:
98. Most aggressive form (high malignant potential) of Basal Cell carcinoma is:
99. scaphocephaly is caused by premature fusion of
100. Laboratory examination of the blood of a patient with an acute bacterial infection would show