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  1. A section of the posterior lobe of the hypophysis contains mainly
    1. Follicles
    2. Alpha and beta cells
    3. Chromophobes and chromophils
    4. Unmyelinated nerve fibers
    4. Unmyelinated nerve fibers
  2. The artery most commonly involved in stroke is the 
    1. Lenticulostriate
    2. Anterior cerebral
    3. Posterior cerebral
    4. Middle meningeal
    1. Lenticulostriate
  3. The fiber group in the periodontal ligament that constitutes the main support of the tooth against masticatory forces is the
    1. Apical
    2. oblique
    3. Transverse
    4. Horizontal
    5. Transseptal
    2. oblique
  4. Non articulate surfaces of the temporomandibular joint are covered with
    1. Periosteum
    2. Fibricartilage
    3. Elastic cartilage
    4. Hyaline cartilage
    1. Periosteum
  5. Which of the following elements are present during development and growth of the alveolar process?
    1. Osteoblasts, osteoclasts, osteoid
    2. Osteoblasts, osteoid, megakaryocytes
    3. Perichondrium, osteoblasts, Periosteal bud
    4. Periosteum, epiphyseal ossification centers, osteoblasts
    1. Osteoblasts, osteoclasts, osteoid
  6. Which of the following structures may be found within the posterior mediastinum?
    1. Heart
    2. Phrenic nerve
    3. Thoracic duct
    4. Arch of the aorta
    5. Recurrent laryngeal nerve
    3. Thoracic duct
  7. The epithelial root sheath (Hertwig) is essential to development of the root of a tooth because it
    1. Remains as an essential constituent of the periodontal ligament 
    2. Gives rise to cementoblasts that produce cementum to the root
    3. Gives raise to odontoblast that lay down dentin of the root
    4. Molds the shape of the root and stimulates differentiation of odontoblasts
    4. Molds the shape of the root and stimulates differentiation of odontoblasts
  8. In skeletal muscle, a triad consists of
    1. A "T" tubule associated mitochondria
    2. A "T" tubule and invagination of the sarcolemma
    3. A zone of attachment between adjacent cells
    4. Terminal cisternae and sarcoplasmic reticulum
    5. Terminal cisternae and a fingerlike invagination of the sarcolemma
    5. Terminal cisternae and a fingerlike invagination of the sarcolemma
  9. The arterial supply of the submandibular gland is from which branch of the external carotid artery?
    1. Ascending pharyngeal
    2. Superior hyoid
    3. Maxillary
    4. Facial
    4. Facial
  10. The cytoplasm of osteoblasts stains intensely with basic dyes. This is caused by the
    1. High Ribonucleic acid content
    2. High content of potassium ions
    3. Increased number of mitochondria
    4. Presence of acidophilus substances
    1. High Ribonucleic acid content
  11. Which of the following structures crosses the masseter muscle and pierces the buccinator muscle?
    1. Parotid duct
    2. Masseteric nerve
    3. Transverse facial artery 
    4. Zygomatic muscle branch of the facial nerve
    1. Parotid duct
  12. In the pain gate theory, a controller System modulates sensory input so that there is a selective and integrative action ocurring before impulses reach the first synapse for onward transmission.  The gate controller in this system is the
    1. T-cell
    2. Large A fiber
    3. Small C fiber
    4. Central control
    5. Substantia gelatinosa
    5. Substantia gelatinosa
  13. Which of the following adult salivary glands are entirely serous? 
    1. Ebner's and palatal
    2. Ebner's and parotid
    3. Ebner's and sublingual
    4. Parotid and submandibular
    2. Ebner's and parotid
  14. Which of the following arteries is most concerned with the blood supply to the upper lip?
    1. Facial
    2. Maxillary
    3. External nasal
    4. Greater palatine
    5. Anterior superior alveolar
    1. Facial
  15. The alternate loosing and tightening of a primary tooth that is about to be shed results from
    1. Lack of a developing permanent succesor
    2. Labial movement of the developing permanent tooth
    3. Alternate resorption and apposition of cementum and bone
    4. Alternate softening and hardening of alveolar bone proper
    3. Alternate resorption and apposition of cementum and bone
  16. Which of the following structures can be palpated by way of the external acoustic meatus?
    1. Zygomatic arch
    2. Mandibular notch
    3. Lateral pterygoid muscle
    4. Posterior aspect of the mandibular condyle
    4. Posterior aspect of the mandibular condyle
  17. Of the structures seen on a ground section of a permanent lateral incisor, which of the following was formed first?
    1. Perykimata
    2. Enamel spindles 
    3. Gnarled enamel
    4. Granular layer of Tomes
    2. Enamel spindles
  18. Colloid in the usual thyroid follicle stains 
    1. Basophilic 
    2. Acidophilic
    3. Positive for DNA
    4. Positive for steroids
    2. Acidophilic
  19. In the photomicrograph of the interface of dental pulp and dentin, predentin is indicated with the letter

    1.A
    2. B
    3. C
    4. D
    3. C
  20. The middle cranial fossa is separated from the posterior cranial fossa primarily by the
    1. Crista galli
    2. groove for the transverse sinus
    3. Lesser wing of the sphenoid bone 
    4. Petrous part of the temporal bone
    4. Petrous part of the temporal bone
  21. The normoblast is a developmental stage of the
    1. Monocyte
    2. Lymphocyte
    3. Eosinophil
    4. Erythrocyte
    4. Erythrocyte
  22. When a tendon or a ligament is attached to bone, the attaching fibers are
    1. Tome's fibers
    2. Principal fibers
    3. Haversian fibers
    4. Sharpey's fibers
    5. Interstitial fibers
    4. Sharpey's fibers
  23. The middle cerebral artery is distributed on the
    1. Ventral surface of the brain stem
    2. Ventral surface of the cerebral hemisphere
    3. Lateral surface of the cerebral hemisphere
    4. Anterior region of the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere 
    5. Posterior region of the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere
    3. Lateral surface of the cerebral hemisphere
  24. The fate of Meckel's  Cartilage is believed to be
    1. Dissolution without contribution to ossification
    2. Dissolution with minor contribution to ossification
    3. An active role in ossification of the mandibular body
    4. An active role in ossification of the alveolar process
    2. Dissolution with minor contribution to ossification
  25. The long axis of mandibular condyles intersect at the foramen magnum indicating that these axes are directed
    1. Transversely
    2. Anteroposteriorly
    3. Anteromedially
    4. Posteromedially
    5. None of the above
    4. Posteromedially
  26. Which of the following has no lymph sinuses and is surrounded partly by connective tissue and partly by epithelium, the latter forming deep infoldings?
    1. Thymus
    2. Peyer's patch
    3. Lingual tonsil
    4. Palatine tonsil
    5. Pharyngeal tonsil
    5. Pharyngeal tonsil
  27. In a relaxed state, transitional epithelium can be distinguished from stratified squamous epithelium because transitional epithelium contains
    1. Stratum corneum
    2. Flattened superficial cells
    3. Dome-shaped superficial cells
    4. More visible ground substance
    3. Dome-shaped superficial cells
  28. The free gingival groove is related to the
    1. Alveolar crest
    2. Probe-depth measurement
    3. Base of the histologic sulcus
    4. Degree of periodontal health
    5. Arrangement of supraalveolar fibers
    5. Arrangement of supraalveolar fibers
  29. In the human embryo, during the third week of development, the first branchial arch divides to form the mandibular process and the
    1. Hyoid arch
    2. Thyrohyoid arch
    3. Branchial pouch
    4. Maxillary process
    5. Frontonasal process
    4. Maxillary process
  30. The sphenomandibular ligament is attached to the 
    1. Lesser wing of the sphenoid bone and the neck of the mandible
    2. Spine of the sphenoid bone and lingual of the mandible
    3. spine of the sphenoid bone and the angle of the mandible
    4. None of the above
    2. Spine of the sphenoid bone and lingual of the mandible
  31. After exertion, an athlete is puffing. Which of the following paired muscles helps maintain a wide airway through the larynx?
    1. Cricothyroid
    2. Aryepiglotic
    3. Thyroarytenod
    4. Posterior cricoarytenoid
    4. Posterior cricoarytenoid
  32. Which of the following layers is totally lacking in the skin
    1. Stratum basale
    2. Stratum lucidum
    3. Stratum spinosum
    4. Stratum corneum
    5. Stratum granulosum
    2. Stratum lucidum
  33. Accessory root canals can be formed by
    1. Retention of the Stellate reticulum
    2. Adherence of the root sheath to the dentinal surface
    3. A break in the root sheath before formation of dentin
    4. An epithelial rest that lies in contact with the dentin of the root
    3. A break in the root sheath before formation of dentin
  34. The arrow in the sketch below points to the

    1. Abductees nucleus
    2. Oculomotor nucleus
    3. Motor nucleus of the trigeminal nerve
    4. Motor nucleus of the hypoglossal nerve
    4. Motor nucleus of the hypoglossal nerve
  35. Gingiva is different for alveolar mucosa in that gingiva has
    1. Elastic fibers
    2. Simple epithelium
    3. Muscular is mucosa
    4. Stratified epithelium
    5. High connective tissue papillae
    5. High connective tissue papillae
  36. Cyclic DNA has been found in or associated with which of the following organelles?
    1. Centriole
    2. Mitochondrion
    3. Golgi apparatus
    4. Rough endoplasmic reticulum
    5. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
    2. Mitochondrion
  37. Bifid tongue is a result of lack of fusion of the
    1. Copula
    2. valleculae
    3. Tuberculin impar
    4. Lateral swellings
    5. None of the above
    4. Lateral swellings
  38. The greater peritoneal sac communicates with the lesser peritoneal sac by means of the
    1. Aortic-hiatus
    2. Inguinal canal
    3. Epiploic foramen 
    4. Lesser pelvic aperture
    5. Superior pelvic aperture
    3. Epiploic foramen
  39. Right subclavian and right common carotid arteries arise from the
    1. Thoracic aorta
    2. Ascending aorta
    3. Arch of the aorta
    4. Pulmonary artery
    5. Brachiocephalic artery
    5. Brachiocephalic artery
  40. Which of the following is the embryonic precursor of cementoblasts?
    1. Dental sac
    2. Dental papilla
    3. Inner enamel epithelium
    4. Outer enamel epithelium
    5. Epithelial root sheath (Hertwig)
    1. Dental sac
  41. The medial (internal) pterygoid muscle is attached to the
    1. Pterygoid hamulus
    2. Lateral surface of the lateral pterygoid plate
    3. Medial surface of the lateral pterygoid plate
    4. Medial surface of the medial pterygoid plate
    5. Lateral surface of the greater wing of the sphenoid
    3. Medial surface of the lateral pterygoid plate
  42. Schwann's cells arise from
    1. Glial cells
    2. Spongioblasts
    3. Neural crest cells
    4. Neuroepithelial cells of the ependymal zone
    3. Neural crest cells
  43. which of the following describes the manner in which tissue fluid reaches the epithelium of the skin?
    1. Arterioles are directly involved on tissue fluid exchange with the epithelium 
    2. Capillaries are directly involved in tissue fluid exchange with the epithelium
    3. Tissue fluid is obtained through the ground substance of connective tissue from arterioles
    4. Tissue fluid is obtained through the ground substance of connective tissue from capillaries
    4. Tissue fluid is obtained through the ground substance of connective tissue from capillaries
  44. In the condition of hypersecretion of growth hormone, which of the following determines wether gigantism or acromegaly results?
    1. The genetic make-up of the individual
    2. The nutritional state of the individual
    3. Whether epiphyses of the long bones are fused
    4. Whether there is a concomitant excess of thyroxine
    3. Whether epiphyses of the long bones are fused
  45. Which of the following muscles serves as the prime extensor of the forearm?
    1. Biceps brachii
    2. Triceps brachii
    3. Brachioradialis
    4. Latissimus dorsi
    5. Extensor digitorium communis
    2. Triceps brachii
  46. The circulatory system of the near term fetus differs from that of an adult in that, in the fetus, the
    1. Ductus venous carries un oxygenated blood
    2. Ductus arteriosus carries fully oxygenated blood
    3. Foramen ovale allows blood to pass primarily from the right atrium to the left atrium
    3. Foramen ovale allows blood to pass primarily from the right atrium to the left atrium
  47. Inorganic crystals in enamel have their long axes parallel to the rods in the 
    1. Centers of the bodies of the rods only. 
    2. Periphery of the bodies of the rods only
    3. Bodies of the rods and deviating increasingly in the tails
    4. Tails of the rods and deviating increasingly from the centers of the bodies to the periphery
    5. Tails of the rods and deviating increasingly from the periphery of the bodies to the centers
    3. Bodies of the rods and deviating increasingly in the tails
  48. During deep inspiration, the diaphragm behaves in which of the following ways?
    1. It relaxes
    2. It moves inferiorly
    3. It moves superiorly
    4. It does not change position
    5. It compresses thoracic viscera
    2. It moves inferiorly
  49. Which of the following structures passes through the foramen rotundum?
    1. Maxillary nerve 
    2. Zygomatic nerve
    3. Lacrimal artery
    4. Maxillary artery
    1. Maxillary nerve
  50. Peripherally located nuclei are found in which of the following types of adult muscle cells?
    1. Smooth only
    2. Cardiac only
    3. Skeletal only
    4. Smooth and cardiac
    5. Cardiac and skeletal
    3. Skeletal only
  51. The sphenoid-occipital synchro dross in the midline of the cranial base of a newborn consists of
    1. Hyaline cartilage
    2. Elastic cartilage
    3. Fibrous cartilage
    4. Fibrous connective tissue
    1. Hyaline cartilage
  52. The papillary layer of the dermis differs from the reticular layer in that the papillary layer
    1.  contains larger blood vessels than the reticular layer 
    2. Has a few elastic fibers, whereas the reticular layer has no elastic fibers
    3. Is composed of a coarse collagenous fibers, whereas the reticular layer is composed of predominately fine collagenous fibers
    4. Is more finely constructed, whereas the reticular layer contains coarser collagenous fibers as a component
    4. Is more finely constructed, whereas the reticular layer contains coarser collagenous fibers as a component
  53. In an adult, cerebrospinal fluid can be aspirated most safely by inserting the needle between third and fourth lumbar vertebrae because
    1. The spinal cord does not extend below lumbar 2
    2. The subarachnoid space does not extend below lumbar 4
    3. There is more space between laminae of these vertebrae
    4. There are no important nerves in this part of the vertebral Canal
    5. there is little danger of entering the internal vertebral plexus at this level
    1. The spinal cord does not extend below lumbar 2
  54. Ependymal cells constitute the tissue that 
    1. Lines the ventricles of the brain
    2. Lines the ventricles of the heart
    3. Forms a part of the peripheral neuroglia
    4. Covers nerve cell bodies Ina a ganglion
    1. Lines the ventricles of the brain
  55. The oral mucosa of the cheek differs from the skin covering the outer surface of the lip by possessing 
    1. Sweat glands in the submucosa
    2. Groups of sebaceous glands associated with hair follicles
    3. Dense, collagenous fibers that immovably fix it to the orbicularis oris muscle
    4. A stratified, squamous, keratinized epithelium  with a thicker lamina propria
    5. A stratified, squamous, nonkeratinized epithelium with a thinner lamina propria
    5. A stratified, squamous, nonkeratinized epithelium with a thinner lamina propria
  56. Long bones of the skeleton increase in length because of
    1. Mitotic division of osteocytes
    2. Mitotic division of osteoblasts
    3. Resorption of primary bone by osteoclasts
    4. Apposition all growth on the cartilaginous epiphyseal plate
    5. Interstitial growth in the cartilaginous epiphyseal plate
    5. Interstitial growth in the cartilaginous epiphyseal plate
  57. Which of the following cells aid in the immunologic defense of the body?
    1. Mast cells
    2. Giant cells
    3. Neutrophils
    4. Plasma cells
    4. Plasma cells
  58. The upper five or six anterior intercostal arteries are branches of the
    1. Thoracic aorta
    2. Musculophrenic arteries
    3. Pericardiacophrenic arteries
    4. Internal thoracic arteries
    5. Superior epigastric arteries
    4. Internal thoracic arteries
  59. Which of the following cells contains a large amount of rough surfaced endoplasmic reticulum?
    1. Lymphocyte
    2. Eosinophil
    3. Plasma cell
    4. Skeletal muscle cell
    5. Reticuloendothelial cell
    3. Plasma cell
  60. The facial process indicated with the letter A in
    the sketch below of the head and neck region of a human embryo gives rise to the
     
    1. Nasal septum
    2. Nasal conchae
    3. Primary palate
    4. Secondary palate
    4. Secondary palate
  61. Polymerization of amino acids to form procollagen filaments occurs
    1. On ribosomes
    2. In the Golgi apparatus
    3. On the fibroblast surface
    4. In rough, endoplasmic reticulum
    5. After cleavage of the registration peptide
    2. In the Golgi apparatus
  62. In salivary glands, folds of the Basal portion of the cell membrane containing mitochondria are characteristic of the
    1. Cells composing demilunes
    2. Cells of the striated ducts
    3. Cells of the intercalated ducts
    4. Serous cells of the parotid gland
    2. Cells of the striated ducts
  63. The cell body of a somatic afferent neuron is found in the
    1. Dorsal horn of the spinal cord
    2. Ventral horn of the spinal cord
    3. Dorsal root ganglion of a spinal nerve
    4. Ventral root ganglion of a spinal nerve
    5. Ganglion of the autonomic nervous system
    3. Dorsal root ganglion of a spinal nerve
  64. The cores of intestinal villi consist of
    1. Loose connective tissue and folds of muscularis externa
    2. Folds of submucosa that contain blood vessels and Meissner's  plexus
    3. A lamina propria that contains blood vessels, nerves and lacteals
    4. Connective tissue and two fairly substantial layers of smooth muscle
    3. A lamina propria that contains blood vessels, nerves and lacteals
  65. During growth of the mandible, resting lines are seen in the cortical bone.  This phenomenon is a result of 
    1. Bone apposition 
    2. Internal stress in bone
    3. Calcification of cartilage
    4. Eruption of permanent teeth
    5. Endochondral bone resorption
    1. Bone apposition
  66. The mylohyoid muscle functions to
    1. Depress the hyoid bone
    2. Raise the floor of the mouth
    3. Approximate faucial pillars
    4. Close the opening to the nasopharynx
    5. Prevent food rom entering the larynx
    2. Raise the floor of the mouth
  67. Infections or neoplasms that spread by lymphatics from the skin of the angle of the mouth pass to the
    1. Parotid nodes
    2. Cavernous sinus
    3. Pterygoid plexus
    4. Submandibular nodes
    5. Anterior auricular nodes
    4. Submandibular nodes
  68. Multiple root formation in a tooth follows unequal proliferation of the
    1. Dental sac
    2. Dental papilla
    3. Epithelial rests
    4. Epithelial diaphragm
    4. Epithelial diaphragm
  69. To expose the submandibular duct by an intramural approach, one must cut through
    1. Mucous membrane only
    2. Mucous membrane and the genioglossus muscle
    3. Mucous membrane and the buccinator muscle
    4. Mucous membrane and the geniohyoid muscle
    1. Mucous membrane only
  70. In which of the following glands is the blood supply most isolated from the parenchyma?1.Thymus
    2. Spleen
    3. Lymph node
    4. Peyer's patch
    5. Pharyngeal tonsil
    1.Thymus
  71. The pterygoid plexus and its tributaries are the venous parallel of the
    1. Facial artery
    2. Maxillary artery
    3. Internal carotid artery
    4. Superficial temporal artery
    2. Maxillary artery
  72. Reversion of valves of atrioventricular orifices of the heart is prevented by papillary muscles and
    1. The terminal crest
    2. The Ligamentum teres
    3. The Ligamentum venosum
    4. Chordae tendinae cordis
    5. Trabeculae carnage cordis
    4. Chordae tendinae cordis
  73. A lymph node is characterized by 
    1. Containing medullary cords
    2. Lacking afferent lymphatics
    3. Having crypts lined with stratified squamous epithelium
    4. Heaving efferent lymphatics leaving at multiple sites from the capsule
    1. Containing medullary cords
  74. An organ with a retroperitoneal location that can be approached surgically without violating the community if the peritoneum is the 
    1. Ovary
    2. Kidney
    3. Spleen
    4. Gallbladder
    2. Kidney
  75. The component of bone tissue that gives bone tensile strength is the
    1. Elastic fibers
    2. Calcified ground substance
    3. Interconnecting canaliculi
    4. Periosteal connective tissue
    5. Collagenous fibrils of matrix
    5. Collagenous fibrils of matrix
  76. Which of the following epithelial surface variations serve primarily to increase the functional surface area?
    1. cilia
    2. Flagella
    3. Microvilli
    4. All of the above
    3. Microvilli
  77. Articular surfaces of most diarthrodial joint are covered by
    1. Fibrocartilage
    2. Hyaline cartilage 
    3. Elastic cartilage
    4. Articular disks
    2. Hyaline cartilage
  78. Blood vessels in interdental papillae anastomose freely with 
    1. Periodontal vessels only
    2. Interalveolar vessels only
    3. Both periodontal and interalveolar vessels
    4. None of the above
    3. Both periodontal and interalveolar vessels
  79. A major tract connecting right and left cerebral hemispheres is the
    1. Cingulum
    2. Corpus callosum
    3. Internal capsule
    4. Superior occipitofrontal bundle
    2. Corpus callosum
  80. Considering number and location, the parathyroid glands are usually
    1. Single and dorsal to the thyroid gland
    2. Single and embedded in the dorsal of the thyroid gland 
    3. Multiple and embedded in the dorsal of the thyroid gland
    4. Multiple and just superior to the thyroid gland
    5. Not related to the thyroid gland
    3. Multiple and embedded in the dorsal of the thyroid gland
  81. Which of the following is found in the curve of the duodenum?
    1. Spleen
    2. Cystic duct
    3. Left kidney
    4. Head of pancreas
    5. Fund us of the stomach
    4. Head of pancreas
  82. Maxillary teeth are developed from which of the following embryonic structures?
    a) Arch I
    b) Arch II
    c) globular process
    d) lateral nasal process
    • a) Arch I
    • c) globular process
  83. A sinusoidal arrangement of blood vessels is found in the
    a) hypophysis
    b) spleen
    c) kidney
    d) liver
    • a) hypophysis
    • b) spleen
    • d) liver
  84. Which of the following organs have the closest anatomic  relationship to the right kidney?
    a) colon 
    b) liver
    c) spleen
    d) stomach
    e) duodenum
    f) pancreas
    • a) colon 
    • b) liver
    • e) duodenum
  85. Which of the following organelles have a double unit membrane?
    a) nucleus
    b) lysosome
    c) Golgi complex
    d) mitochondrion
    e) rough endoplasmic reticulum
    • a) nucleus
    • d) mitochondrion
  86. The fate of the epithelial rests of Malassez is that they may
    a) undergo calcification
    b) form into cementicles
    c) become fibrous
    d) form cartilaginous nodules
    • a) undergo calcification
    • b) form into cementicles
  87. Neonatal lines are found in which of the following?
    a) enamel of primary incisors
    b) enamel of permanent canines
    c) enamel of permanent first molars
    d) dentin of permanent mandibular incisors
    e) dentin of permanent first molars
    f) all of the above
    f) all of the above
  88. Which of the following articulate directly with the body of the sternum?
    a) clavicle 
    b) eleventh rib
    c) manubrium
    d) first rib
    e) xiphoid process
    • c) manubrium
    • e) xiphoid process
  89. Ligamentum remnants of the fetal circulatory system persisting in the adult include
    a) Ligamentum nuchae
    b) Ligamentum venosum
    c) Ligamentum arteriosum
    d) Ligamentum teres of the liver
    e) Ligamentum teres of the uterus
    • b) Ligamentum venosum
    • c) Ligamentum arteriosum
    • d) Ligamentum teres of the liver
  90. Which of the following structures of the infratemporal fossa is NOT found between medial and lateral pterygoid muscles?
    1. Lingual nerve
    2. Inferior alveolar nerve
    3. Inferior alveolar artery
    4. Nerve to the masseter muscle
    4. Nerve to the masseter muscle
  91. All of the following structures are concerned with development of the tongue EXCEPT the
    1. Copula
    2. Macula
    3. Tuberculum impar
    4. Second branchial arch
    5. Third branchial arch
    2. Macula
  92. All of the following structures lie superficial to the hyoglossus muscle EXCEPT the
    1. Lingual nerve
    2. Lingual artery
    3. Hypoglossal nerve
    4. Submandibular duct
    2. Lingual artery
  93. The secretion of which of the following endocrine glands is NOT essential to life?
    1. Parathyroids
    2. Adrenal cortex
    3. Adrenal medulla
    4. Anterior pituitary
    5. Pancreatic isles (Langerhans)
    3. Adrenal medulla
  94. All of the following structures may be found in dentin EXCEPT
    1. Globular dentin
    2. The neonatal line
    3. Striae of Retzius
    4. Contour lines of Owen
    5. Odontoblastic processes
    3. Striae of Retzius
  95. Epithelium of which of the following structures 
    Of the respiratory system does NOT normally have cilia?
    1. Trachea
    2. Bronchioles
    3. Alveolar ducts
    4. Primary bronchus
    3. Alveolar ducts
  96. Which of the following is NOT a "principal" collagenous fiber group of the periodontal ligament?
    1. apical
    2. Oblique
    3. Horizontal
    4. Gingivodental
    4. Gingivodental
  97. Which of the following structures is NOT found in the substance of the parotid gland?
    1. Facial vein
    2. Facial nerve
    3. External carotid artery
    4. Superficial temporal artery
    5. A branch of the great auricular nerve
    1. Facial vein
  98. Submental lymph nodes receive lymphatic vessels from all of the following EXCEPT
    1. Mandibular molars
    2. The tip of the tongue
    3. The middle of the lower lip
    4. Mandibular lateral incisors
    5. Mandibular central incisors
    1. Mandibular molars

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