1. Most common site for keratocanthoma is

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2. Streptococci adhere to the oral suraces and contribute to caries development as they

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3. Which of the following represents Vitamin D deficiency

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4. 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

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5. Ptyalism is seen in

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6. A 54-year-old African-American female presents to your clinic for an initial exam. She has a history of hypertension controlled with beta-blockers but no other contributory health findings. Your intraoral exam reveals a bilateral filmy opalescence of the buccal mucosa. When stretching out her cheeks, this white hue disappears. Your most likely diagnosis is:

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7. Nasoalveolar cyst is also known as

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8. 20% KOH used in the diagnosis of candida albicans. Its mechanism of action is

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9. APC gene is mutated in

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10. langerhans cell histiocytosis was previously known as

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11. A developmental defect characterized by an overgrowth of tissues NORMAL to the organ in which it arises is a:

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12. Hypoplasia of Parotid is seen in:

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13. Most common site for occurrence of sialolith is

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14. Koebner phenomenon is seen in

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15. which HLA is involved in Bechet syndrome

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16. nikolsky sign is not seen in

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17. Which of the following is not a feature of Hyperparathyroidism?

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18. Hepatitis C is associated with which of the following oral lesions

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19. Fothergill disease is:

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20. Laboratory examination of the blood of a patient with an acute bacterial infection would show

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