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When you see the mandibular molars from facial view which embrasures u can see
Facial and occlusal,
Facial and cervical,
cervical and lingual,
cervical and incisal
Teeth present with maximum inclination to plane of occlusion?
 

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1)Facial and occlusal

2)Mandibular first premolar

I think so,not sure.What are the answers given?
 
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When you see the mandibular molars from facial view which embrasures u can see
Facial and occlusal,
Facial and cervical,
cervical and lingual,
cervical and incisal
Teeth present with maximum inclination to plane of occlusion?
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1.Facial & Occlusal
2.Max Central Incisor
 

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The largest embrasure in the anterior teeth is found Between:

Max central insisor
Max central and lateral
Max lateral and canine
 

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When you see the mandibular molars from facial view which embrasures u can see
Facial and occlusal,
Facial and cervical,
cervical and lingual,
cervical and incisal
Teeth present with maximum inclination to plane of occlusion?
pls confirm the answer again .....why cant it be facial & cervical ?
 

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The largest embrasure in the anterior teeth is found Between:

Max central insisor
Max central and lateral
Max lateral and canine
i know its max central incisor from books wher did u get max canine as answer too, pls quote the source
 

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When you see the mandibular molars from facial view which embrasures u can see
Facial and occlusal,
Facial and cervical,
cervical and lingual,
cervical and incisal
Teeth present with maximum inclination to plane of occlusion?

Facial and cervical,
it will be facial and cervical sa we can't see the occlusal embrasure from facial view.


Max CI has maximum inclination facially
from the sagittal view to the plane of occlusion.
 

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nerve supply of the floor of the mouth???


nerve of mylohoid muscle
lingal n
 

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nerve supply of the floor of the mouth???


nerve of mylohoid muscle
lingal n
Floor of the mouth constitutes the Mylohyoid and Geniohyoid muscles, therefore, Nerve to the Mylohyoid off the IA. Carries sensory and motor fibers. C1 ventral rami to geniohyoid muscle.
 

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nerve supply of the floor of the mouth???


nerve of mylohoid muscle
lingal n


what r the other options?
mylohyiod nerve supply tot he maylohyoid and anter digastric
lingual to anterior third
 
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3) Keratinised epithelium in relation to mandibular first premolar is seen on

a) attached gingival
b) free gingival
c) junctional epithelium
d) sulcular epithelium

Attrition changes on the maxillary canine are seen on the

a) Cingulum?
b) Mesial marginal ridge
c) Distal marginal ridge
d) Lingual ridge

which area is anesthetized by GA
a) Cerebellum
b) Cerebrum
c) Limbic system
d) Medulla
 

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Osmolarity is highest in

a) Inner layer of medulla
b) Outer layer of medulla
c) Renal papilla
d) Cortex

may be in proximal
 

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Osmolarity is highest in

a) Inner layer of medulla---------ANSWER
b) Outer layer of medulla
c) Renal papilla
d) Corte
 

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Keratinised epithelium in relation to mandibular first premolar is seen on

a) attached gingival----ANSWER
b) free gingival
c) junctional epithelium
d) sulcular epithelium



which area is anesthetized by GA
a) Cerebellum
b) Cerebrum-----ANSWER
c) Limbic system
d) Medulla
 

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When you see the mandibular molars from facial view which embrasures u can see
Facial and occlusal,
Facial and cervical,
cervical and lingual,
cervical and incisal
Teeth present with maximum inclination to plane of occlusion?
1. facial and cervical

2.max CI
 

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what volume of the fully mineralised enamel is comprised of the organic matrix
1.2%
2.7%
3.10%
4.20%
5.50%
 

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main route of excretion of the calcium
1.urine
2.feces
3.sweat
4.tears
 

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direct precursor of urea in the urea cycle
arginine
arginosuccinate
citrulline
glutamate
 
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direct precursor of urea in the urea cycle
arginine ------------ANSWER
arginosuccinate
citrulline
glutamate
 

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what volume of the fully mineralised enamel is comprised of the organic matrix
1.2%---ANSWER
2.7%
3.10%
4.20%
5.50%

IN ENAMEL----inorganic---96%;water 2-3%;organic---1-2%
 

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what volume of the fully mineralised enamel is comprised of the organic matrix
1.2%---ANSWER
2.7%
3.10%
4.20%
5.50%

IN ENAMEL----inorganic---96%;water 2-3%;organic---1-2%
sorryYes its 2%
 

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Osmolarity is highest in

a) Inner layer of medulla
b) Outer layer of medulla--------answer
c) Renal papilla
d) Cortex

may be in proximal

because thick ascending is in the outer zone
correct me if i am wrong.
 

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guys please tell the source of the reference so that it is useful to refer back
 

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can someone explain or give the reference for the cellular tropism of virus
 

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The most important mediator of delayed type hypersensitivity in TB is:
A. IFN-gamma
B. IL-2
C. lymphotoxin
D. IL-12
E. TNF-2

which of the following is mostly to give rise to a lymphoma in the oral cavity:
A. pharynx and palate
B. tonsils and floor of mouth
C. nasopharynx and tonsil
D. nasal cavity and maxillary sinus
E. maxillary sinus and nasopharynx
 

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why scratching sensation is slow?
recuintion
summition
someone please explain this q
mouth rinse contains 0.05 % F . Which represent conc in ppm

5
500
5000
50
please explain

Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures.

18.. As the mouth is opened widely, the articular disk moves in what direction in relation to the articular eminence?
A Laterally
B. Anteriorly
C. Posteriorly
D. Medially
E. Superiorly
On the occlusal surface of a maxillary molar, the groove that representt the working path of the distofacial cusp of the mandibular molar is the
1. central groove.
2. facial groove.
3. lingual groove.
4. distal oblique groove.
 
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The most important mediator of delayed type hypersensitivity in TB is:
A. IFN-gamma--answer
B. IL-2
C. lymphotoxin
D. IL-12
E. TNF-2

which of the following is mostly to give rise to a lymphoma in the oral cavity:
A. pharynx and palate
B. tonsils and floor of mouth-------answer not sure
C. nasopharynx and tonsil
D. nasal cavity and maxillary sinus
E. maxillary sinus and nasopharynx



post the answers
 
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i dont have the ans i think it should be the c . for the second q
 

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why scratching sensation is slow?
recuintion
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someone please explain this q
mouth rinse contains 0.05 % F . Which represent conc in ppm

5
500
5000
50
please explain

Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures. ------ans

18.. As the mouth is opened widely, the articular disk moves in what direction in relation to the articular eminence?
A Laterally
B. Anteriorly
C. Posteriorly
D. Medially
E. Superiorly

anteromedially
On the occlusal surface of a maxillary molar, the groove that representt the working path of the distofacial cusp of the mandibular molar is the
1. central groove.---ans
2. facial groove.
3. lingual groove.
4. distal oblique groove.


not sure with the answers
 

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s i alos think the same ans
but what about the first q .i could find any source for finding the ans
 

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why scratching sensation is slow?
recuintion
summition
someone please explain this q


mouth rinse contains 0.05 % F . Which represent conc in ppm

5
500
5000
50
please explain

its a percentage based question..
0.05% of F in 100
? in 1000000
=0.05x1000000/100
=500

Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures.

18.. As the mouth is opened widely, the articular disk moves in what direction in relation to the articular eminence?
A Laterally
B. Anteriorly
C. Posteriorly
D. Medially
E. Superiorly

articular disc moves anteromedially as the lat pt moves in tht direction..



On the occlusal surface of a maxillary molar, the groove that representt the working path of the distofacial cusp of the mandibular molar is the
1. central groove.
2. facial groove.
3. lingual groove.
4. distal oblique groove.

remember this mandi moves in distofacial direction during lat working side movement...n maxillary teeth moves in mesiolingual direction...
 

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thank u .but what about the first q
nobody is answering it
 

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Q6] Each of the following root surface on a mandibular normally exhibits a longitidinal groove EXCEPT one. Which one is the EXCEPTION?
a] Mesial(surface) Mesial(root)
b] Distal(surface) Mesial(root)
c] Mesial(surface) distal(root)
d] Distal(surface) distal(root

i saw in some pic and model it look like the answer C ,,,,,,,,if you have a difrent answer , let me know the sorce ...Thanks
 

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Q6] Each of the following root surface on a mandibular normally exhibits a longitidinal groove EXCEPT one. Which one is the EXCEPTION?
a] Mesial(surface) Mesial(root)
b] Distal(surface) Mesial(root)
c] Mesial(surface) distal(root)
d] Distal(surface) distal(root
 

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4.which is the first group of the following pairs likely to be located on the surface of globular protein than the second group

a.CONH2 -COOH
B.CH2 CH(CH3)2
C.CH2OH NH4
D.CH3 CH2OH
E.CH2SH COO
 

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.Best describes G proteins

a.important components of steriod hormone signal transduction.
b.they are self inactivating
c.catalyze rtn that produces DAG
d.tightly bound to adenyl cyclase
e.usually inactivate protein kinase C

.each of the following polymers are correctly paired with activated precusor of polymer expect one.

a.sucrose-dextran
b.glucose-glycogen
c.sucrose-mutan
d.UDP-glucose-glycogen
e.sucrose-levan

3.bone lesion with radiopaque structures radiating from periphery suggests which?
a.osteoblastoma
b.osteosarcoma
c.multiple myeloma
d.giant cell tumor
e.osteitis deformans
 
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.Best describes G proteins

a.important components of steriod hormone signal transduction.
b.they are self inactivating
c.catalyze rtn that produces DAG
d.tightly bound to adenyl cyclase
e.usually inactivate protein kinase C

.each of the following polymers are correctly paired with activated precusor of polymer expect one.

a.sucrose-dextran
b.glucose-glycogen
c.sucrose-mutan
d.UDP-glucose-glycogen
e.sucrose-levan

3.bone lesion with radiopaque structures radiating from periphery suggests which?
a.osteoblastoma
b.osteosarcoma
c.multiple myeloma
d.giant cell tumor
e.osteitis deformans
 

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the ans to the q 3.why not osteosarcoma

for the 2.q is the ans e sucrose -levan
please somebody clear it
 

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the ans to the q 3.why not osteosarcoma

for the 2.q is the ans e sucrose -levan
please somebody clear it

The answer is osteosarcoma​

Disrupted and disorganised periosteum may appear "hair on end " or "sunburst"
 

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I found this Aswer ((10% of lymphomas occur in areas such as Waldeyer's ring(tonsil ,nasopharynx, base of tongue), paranasal sinuses, nasal cavity, larynx, oral cavity, salivary glands(parotid), thyroid, and orbit ))
 

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hey can u explain the ans

Q6] Each of the following root surface on a mandibular normally exhibits a longitidinal groove EXCEPT one. Which one is the EXCEPTION?
a] Mesial(surface) Mesial(root)
b] Distal(surface) Mesial(root)
c] Mesial(surface) distal(root)
d] Distal(surface) distal(root
 
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