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  1. the cribriform plate is a portion of which of the following bones
    ethmoid
  2. internal jugular vein empties in to the
    subclavian vein
  3. which contains the paranasal sinus
    sphenoid
  4. which of the muscles form the anterior tonsillar pillar
    palatoglossus
  5. which are suprahyoids anterior
    • ant. Dig my styling genie
    • mylohyoid
    • geniohyoid
    • diagastric belly (depress mand)
    • hyoid goes up when swallowing
  6. which are the inrahyoids
    • sternothyroid
    • sternohyoid
    • omohyoid throhyoid
  7. which nerve innervates teh buccinator muscle
    facial
  8. whcih trigeminal nerve consists of motor and sensory
    mandibular
  9. which of the following muscles inserts on the coronoid process of the mand
    messeter
  10. which arteries exists the formen aplical to the mand premolar
    mental
  11. which foreman is located on the medial aspect of the mand and had the inferior alveolar nerve entering it
    mand
  12. which suture separates the occupital bone from the paired pariental bones
    coronal
  13. which of the salivary glands is predominate serous in its secretory product
    poratid
  14. which cranial nerve provides sensory taste to the posterior one third of the tongue
    gossopharyngeal
  15. after mand injection, pt experiences paralysis of the muscles of facial expression on that side of the dace which of the following nerves was most likely anestetized
    VII facial
  16. which lymph nodes proved primary lymphatic drainage fro the mand incisors
    submental
  17. which of the following processes in the skull is located immediately anteroir to the mand fossa
    articular eminence
  18. what is the movement of the mand when the mand condyle moves forward on the articular eminence of the temporal bone
    protrusion
  19. which of the following glands lies immediately inferior to the curcumvallate papillae
    ebners
  20. which alveolar nerves innervates the mesiobuccal rooth of the max first molar
    middle superir
  21. which of the trigeminal nerve enters through the superior orbital fissue
    V1
  22. which is the factors that ensures the flow of lympth in one direction
    valves
  23. permanant tooth that isplays hypoplasia caused by trauma or infection during dev
    turners hypoplasia
  24. most common malignancy in the oral cavity
    epidermoid carcinoma
  25. an oval radiolucent area is discovered above the max central incisors. the teeth are vital, and the roots are not resorbed, pt most lileky has
    nasopalatine duct cyst
  26. cust that remains subsequent to extraction of a tooth is a
    residual
  27. odontogenic cyst having the highes recurrence rate is the
    keratocyst
  28. cotton-wool appearance of the skull radiographically is characteristic of
    paget disease
  29. radiolucent lesion on the apex of central and lateral incisors
    cementomas
  30. sialoliths are most commonly found at
    whartons duct
  31. non perforating internal resorption is best managed by
    rooth canal tx
  32. desquamation of which of the following papillae occurs in benign migratory glossitis
    filiform
  33. epulis fissurantum is most similar to
    irritantion fibroma
  34. which teeth most common for microdontia
    max lat incisors
  35. an unerupted mand third morlar with a 3 cm pericoronal rasiolucency, most likely
    dentiogerous cyst
  36. supernumerary teeth are a common feature of which of the followin syndromes
    sjogren
    cushin s
    ectodermal
    cleidocranial dysostosis
    cleidocranial dysostosis
  37. carcinoma that does not invade the connective tissie is referred to as
    carcinoma in situ
  38. virus for infectious mononucleosis
    epstein-barr
  39. pt with acromegaly
    macroglossia
  40. oral manifestation of addisons disease
    oral pigmentation
  41. coxsackie virys is responsible for
    herpangina
  42. swollen lymph nodes, red, painful oral lesion and high fever are symptoms of
    primary herpetic gingivostomatitis
  43. after infection with primary herpetic gingivostomatitis, herpes virus may remain dormant in the
    sensory ganglia
  44. the cyst that forms around the crown of an impacted tooth
    follicular
  45. primordial cyst is found
    in place of a tooth
  46. most common site for salivary gland tumors
    parotid gland
  47. if collections of ameloblast cease functioning during the apposition stage of tooth dev then a tooth could be formed that exhibits
    hypoplasia
  48. the first layer of the epidermis is
    stratum corneum
  49. the presence of epiphyseal line in a long bone indicates that bone
    has stopped growing
  50. what substance in bone contributes to its strength
    collegen
  51. depolarizing phase of nerve impulse is caused by a rush of
    sodium into the neuron
  52. which neurotransmitter is deficient in person with parkinsons disease
    dopamine
  53. which disorder is characterized ny excessive contraction of arterioles within the fingers and toes due to prolonged sumpathetic stimulation
    raynaud disease
  54. which are the symtoms of glaucoma
    blurried and distortion at the center of the visual field
  55. meissner corpuscles are sensory receptors for
    fine touch sensations
  56. equilibrium and the activities of muscles and joints are monitored by
    proprioceptors
  57. undersecretion of glucosteroids and aldosterone is the cause of which disorder of the endocrine system
    addisons disease
  58. carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by damage to which nerve
    brachial plexus
  59. sustained hyperglycemia may result in
    ketoacidosis
  60. fertilization occurs
    uterus
  61. muscle pain
    myalgia
  62. on which of the following bones is the pterygoid process, alandmark for the attachement of many muscles of mastication located?
    sphenoid
    temporal
    mand
    max
    sphenoid
  63. temporal and accipital bones each have notches that tyoghether form
    jugular foremen
  64. which plates is perforated to allow the passage og the alfactory nerves for teh sense of smell
    cribriform of the ethmoid bone
  65. which muscle when contracted make the client vestibule tight and shallow, thereby making it difficult to instriment the facial aspect of the mand and teeth
    mentalis
  66. which muscle insert into the lateral surface of the angle of the mand
    masseter
  67. where does the messeter muscle originate
    zygomatic arch
  68. which paired suprahyoid muscle unite medially to form the floor of the mouth
    mylohyoid
  69. the extrinsic muscles of the tongue are named for their
    origin
  70. which muscle is largely contained in the infratemporal fossa
    lateral pterygoid
  71. under which classification of basic tissues of the body the blood falls
    connective
  72. concentrated study of which artery and its branches is important in the field of dentistry and dental hygiene
    external carotid
  73. from which artery does the blood supply to the mand teeeth originate
    max
  74. where is the pterygoid plexus of veins lovated
    infratemporal fossa
  75. what type of gland is the parotid gland
    exocrine
  76. the mayority of the hard palate is directly vascularized by the
    greater palatine artery
  77. the infratemporal fossa houses all of the following except one.
    lateral ptergoid muscles
    max artery
    max vein
    temporalis muscle
    temporalis muscle
  78. if a nerve is afferent, it is a
    sensory nerve that travels to brain
  79. which nerve innervates the paratid salivary gland
    glossopharyngeal
  80. which affernt nerve exits the mand canal
    inferior alveolar
  81. chorda tympani is a branch of which nerve
    VII
  82. trrough where does the three division of the trigeminal nerve enters the head
    superior orbital fissure, foramen rotundum and foramen ovale
  83. when administering a local anesthetic agent to the maxillary posterior teeth the thecniqye of aspiration the syringe is used to avoid penetrating the
    pterygoid plexus
  84. into which sustem does the lymphatic system drain
    venous
  85. the paranasal sumuses drain through the
    nasal meatuses
  86. filled lesion usually less than 5 mm in its greates dimentions
    vesicle
  87. tooth clinical crowns with usually one rooth
    gemination
  88. condition with abnormal dentin
    dentiogenesis imperfecta
  89. dentinogenesis imperfecta characteristics radiographiclly
    absence of pulp chambers and canals
  90. which of the following cysts is frequently the oral manifestation of basal cell nevus syndrome
    odontogenic keratocyst
  91. increase in cell size
    hypertrophy
  92. an odontogenic tumor in which cells arise from the inner enamel epitheluym and demostrate locally incasice potential
    ameloblastoma
  93. most common intraoral soft tissue neoplasm
    fibroma
  94. neoplams of cells that produces myelin
    neurilemoma
  95. purplish red neoplasm, found on the forsum of the tongue
    hemangiona
  96. most likely origin of a leiomyoma neoplasm
    smooth muscles surriounding blood vessels
  97. all of the following are common salivary glands tymors found in the parotid except one.
    warthin's
    pleomorphic adenoma
    mixed
    monomorphic adenoma
    monomorphic adenoma
  98. which lesion is occasionally seen in patients wuth hyperparathyroidism
    central giant cell tumor
  99. inflammation of a salivary gland duct is
    sialadenitis
    sialodochitis
    sialolithiasis
    sialometaplasia
    sialodochitis
  100. etiology of necrotizing sialometaplasia is due to
    infarction of blood supply to that portion of the gland
  101. true or false
    tuberculosis may manifest oral ulcerations.
    these ulcerations heal as the disease becomes quiescent.
    t,t
  102. cutaneous manifestation of secondary syphilis
    pruritic rash
  103. sulfur granules may be a manifestation of a
    actinomycosis
  104. most frequent oral site of recurrent herpes
    hard palate
  105. which of the following disease may exhibit prodromal koplis spots
    rubeola
  106. periadenitis mucosa necrotica recurrent is known as
    major aphthae
  107. which of the following disease demostrates antibodies against desmosomes
    pemphigoid
    erythema multicorme
    lupus erythematosus
    pemphigus
    pemphigus
  108. whcih of the following bleeding disorders is a result of a deficiency of factor IX
    hemophilia A
    hemophilia B
    hemophilia C
    erythroblastosis fetalis
    erythroblastosis fetalis
  109. which disease may manifest bronzing of the skin
    addisons disease
  110. cancer of the glandular tissie is appropriately defined as
    adenocarcinoma
  111. cyst located in the midline apical to max central incisors would most likely be
    nasopalatine duct
  112. generalized opalescence of teh buccal mucosa is most likely
    leukoedema
  113. leokoedema is caused by a significant intercellular edema in which later of the stratified epi
    prickle
  114. bony hard asymptomatic area on the midline of the hard palate that apperars radiopaque on a radiograph is most lijeky and
    myxoma
    meduan palatal cyst
    torus palatinus
    torus palatinus
  115. where are mixed tumors most often round
    palate
  116. which of the following syst would create difficulty when swallowing
    thyroglossal
  117. which disease may have oral characterustucs similar to those found in necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
    leukemia
  118. definitive dental dx of soft tissue oral cancer is made by
    scalped biopsy
  119. which of the following is a rickettsial infection
    whmalaria
    rocky mountain spotted fever
    tularemia
    meningitisich of the following is a rickettsial infection
    rocky mountain spotted fever
  120. what providesthe most conclusive diagnostic evidence in distinguishing pemphigys from pemphigoid
    biopsy and histology report
  121. an isolated radiopaque area in the pdl space is observed on a pts xrays, most likely is
    cementicle
  122. sudden swelling in both sides of neck, which seems to be enlarging. most likely has
    ludwig angina
  123. gingival enlargement due to a calcium channel blocker
    nifedipine (procardia)
  124. which dx is most reliable and ensures the highest degree of accuracy when evaluating squamous cell carcinoma
    surgical
    microscopic
    therapeutic
    clinical
    microscopic
  125. pyrogenic granuloma is known to scar down to a
    fibrogranuloma
  126. after cyst removal, the histology report shows submaxillary salivary gland tissue and not lined with epitelium. it most likely a
    stoffer bone cyst
  127. triad of symtoms oral, eye and genitals
    behcet syndrome
  128. a platelet count of 150000 to 400,000 mm of blood and a normal bleeding time are not indicative of
    thrombocytopenia
    anemia
    leukemia
    nonthrombocytopenic purpura
    thrombocytopenia
  129. precocious puberty is most characteristic of which of the following
    jaffe syndrome
    monostotic fibrous
    cherubism
    mcCuune albright sybdrimne
    mcCuune albright sybdrimne
  130. achlorhydria, inability to absorb vit. B12 and burning, painful tongue are chracteristics of
    pernicious anemia
  131. bone marrow anoxia occurs in
    secundary polucythemia
  132. cooley anemia
    thalassemia
  133. which cyst is involve with non vital teeth
    radicular cyst
  134. epulus fissurata is caused by
    denture flange
  135. sickle cell anemia herediary origin and occurs primary
    african americans
  136. persin with achlorhydria is lacking
    hydrochloric acid
  137. person with leulopenia has a
    decrease of white blood cells

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