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2000 AS questions...please help :)

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  1. cheer_up

    cheer_up Senior Member
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    40. Wihich of the following nerves if located directly on the lateral surface of the medial pterygoid muscle?

    a. Facial
    b. Lingual (answer?)
    c. Masseteric
    d. Long buccal
    e. Auricolotemporal

    47. The nerves of the anterior abdominal wall lie immediately deep to which layer of the wall?

    a. External oblique muscle
    b. Internal oblique muscle (Answer?)
    c. Transverse abdominis
    d. Tranversalis fascia
    e. Peritoneum

    49. The sublingual caruncles are elevations that:

    a. are also called the sublingual folds
    b. are located on both sides of the lingual frenum (Answer?)
    c. are caused by the underlying deep lingual veins.
    d. contain the openings for all of the sublingual ducts
    e. are related to the posterior aspect of the sublingual glands


    64. Touch receptors are MOST numerous per unit area in the mucosa of which of the following?

    a. Uvula
    b. Hard palate (Answer?)
    c. Attached gingiva
    d. Tip of the tongue
    e. Buccal/Labial vestibule

    76. An apical abscess of a mandibular second molar can reach the floor of the mouth by contiguous spread due to the lingual attachment of which of the following muscles?

    a. Platysma
    b. Genioglossus
    c. Buccinator
    d. Geniohyoid
    e. Mylohyoid (Answer?)

    82. Enamel rods converge as they pass from teh dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the

    a. cervical line of the permanent teeth (Answer?)
    b. cervical line of primary teeth
    c. incisal edges
    d. fissures

    Thanks a lot in advance :)
     
  2. fido!

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    ur answers!
     
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    Thanks, Prady. Appreciate your help :)
     
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    Why not "D"-the tip of the tongue?

     
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    Hi

    From what I found in Ten Cate (Oral Histology book) it said that "Touch sensation is most acute in the anterior part of the tongue and hard palate". From this I gathered that "hard palate" is the more correct answer than "tip of tongue" because I think that "anterior part of the tongue does not necessarily mean or include "tip of tongue".

    What does everybody else think about this question???
     
  6. mekha

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    u can get the answer ur self , feel the incisor tips or any surface with the tip of the tongue
    tip of the tongue is more sensitive

    ans ---tip of the tongue 100% sure .
     

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