1. Which growth factor is not present in PRP

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2. Drug most effective in treatment of refractory periodontitis including localised juvenile Periodontitis

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3. An interdental crater has how many walls?

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4. Not true regarding decalcification of bone specimen:

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5. The interdental col is more prone to periodontal disease because it

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6. Working time of COE PACK is

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7. Which of the following cells produce anti- bodies?

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8. Stage III of gingivitis is diffrentiated from stage II by the presence of

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9. A compound PDL pocket is

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10. keyes technique refers to

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11. The greatest chance for success in covering denuded root surface is with a

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12. a child is having bone loss around molars and incisor region with pus discharge and calculus which cant be treated by medication is suffering from

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13. If crown deviated within 1 mm of its normal position, then the periotest value ranges from

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14. What is the primary etiologic factor for generalized aggressive periodontitis?

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15. the final evaluation of the root surface smoothness after root planning is done by

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16. Which of the following are antigen-presenting cells?

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17. Technique to evaluate new attachment and bone regeneration include all of the following except

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18. Prosthetic and restorative factor to be considered while deciding on periodontal prognosis is

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19. Sulcular epithelium is

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20. Bacteria associated with Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (ANUG):

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