1. A patient has multiple epidermoid cysts intestinal hamartomas,Osteomas of skull and multiple impacted teeth.he is most probably suffering from

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2. Gardeners syndrome does not include

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3. Starry sky effect is the histological feature

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4. Which of the following has been implicated due to sunlight

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5. Riga fede disease is associated with

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6. Which of the following is absent in Crest Syndrome

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7. antinuclear antibody is found in

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8. On streching the cheek the lesion disappears in

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9. 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

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10. a mother came with her child complaining of abdominal cramps,hypersalivation,fever and rashes on skin.On examination ,there were rashes on skin of palms and soles of feet along with generalized gingival inflammation and multiple oral ulcers.The child may be suffering from

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11. 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

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12. Encephalo trigeminal angiomatosis is also known as

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13. Lateral periodontal cyst has maximum occurrence in

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14. shell teeth are associated with

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15. Presence of verrucay bodies and having predilection for occurrence in the tongue are seen in

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16. Osteopetrosis is

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17. Most common carcinoma occuring in lip

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18. Ptyalism is seen in

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19. A 65-year-old man presents to your clinic in regards to upper dentures. When getting his health history, you ask about history of infectious diseases. He mentions that a year ago, his eldest son died and later he broke out in blisters on only half of his back. He says he doesn't remember what the doctor called it, but he remembers the physician saying it "stopped at the midline." What is the most likely diagnosis?

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20. An overgrowth of normal tissue in a place where that tissue is not normally found is referred to as

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