1. The sublingual gland is located in the oral cavity between the mucosa of the oral cavity and the:

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2. A child with severe retrognathia and Bilateral TMJ ankylosis has restricted mouth opening. Which type of intubation is considered best here:

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3. Most upper third molar teeth luxate in a:

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4. Berger flap procedure is used for

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5. Infraorbital nerve loss of sensation seen in which fracture:

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6. Local anesthetic agent used in a patient with a history of allergy to LA agents is

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7. Gate control theory was given by

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8. Von Rehrmann flap is used for:

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9. Trap door anomaly is seen in fracture of:

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10. Dean's technique is:

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11. Management of ecchymosis following oral surgery includes

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12. The facial space that is divided by the styloid process in to an anterior and posterior compartment is

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13. A 5 cm suspicious looking Lesion of oral mucosa should be

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14. In which of the following fracture increase in lower facial height is seen

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15. In gillies approach where is the forceps inserted

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16. The proper use of an elevator dictates that the fulcrum be:

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17. Reactionary hemorrhage is hemorrhage after surgery that occurs

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18. A child with bilateral TMJ ankylosis and retrognathia will suffer from:

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19. Partsch operation is:

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20. The maxillary first molar is innervated by the:

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