1. Best approach to condyle for management of TMJ ankylosis is:

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2. Le Clerc procedure is used for management of:

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3. Temperature becomes subnormal in:

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4. BEST method of intubation in patient undergoing Rx for oral surgery

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5. In which of the following conditions mandible will deviate towards the unaffected side on opening?

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6. Radiographic projection used to diagnose horizontally favorable / unfavorable fracture of mandible is

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7. In a patient of TMJ ankylosis requiring gap arthroplasty surgery, which type of tube is indicated for intubation:

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8. Min value on Glasgow Coma Scale is

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9. Your 60-year-old patient presents with congestive heart failure. They note cardiac symptoms with mild activity but are asymptomatic at rest. What is the functional classification of heart failure in your patient?

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10. The following principles should be adhered to when performing alveoplasties after extractions

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11. Most common side effect of long-term heavy dose of carbamazepine:

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12. Type III fracture zygoma (Canniesburn classification) will present with

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13. Following a local anesthetic injection, anesthetic effects will disappear and reappear in a definite order. Arrange the following sensations in increasing order of resistance to conduction. 1. Touch, 2. Warm, 3. deep pressure, 4. Pain, 5. Cold, 6. Motor

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14. The optimum site for IV sedation for an outpatient is the:

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15. Radiographic projection used to diagnose horizontally favorable / unfavorable fracture of mandible is

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16. Of the following Local anesthetics, which has intrinsic vasoconstrictive action?

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17. IMF with Zygomatic suspension is adequate for management of:

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18. Genioplasty procedure is used:

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19. Most common cause of paralysis of Infraorbital Nerve is:

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20. Which is the most potent topical anesthetic:

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