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Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by docasrpa, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. docasrpa

    docasrpa 2+ Year Member

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    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS CORRECT regarding mastication of food?
    food is masticated
    1 primarily in border movement.
    2 lateral contacting movement,
    3 ideal occlusion is neccessary
    this is q19 pilot xm
     
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  3. SPT

    SPT 2+ Year Member

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    hi


    it should be in lateral contacting movt., donot get confused with border movt.

    as in border position like extreme lateral or protrusion or retrusion etc teeth are not in contact.........

    this lateral contacting position is within the enveolpe of border movt... but not same as border movt
     
  4. docasrpa

    docasrpa 2+ Year Member

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    GRANULATION TISSUE Ddoes not include..
    fibroblast
    pasma cell
    capillary bud
    endothelial cell
    newly formed collagen

    73 q pilot

    the ans is plasma cell..but kaplan says plasma cell is there.
     
  5. docasrpa

    docasrpa 2+ Year Member

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    semicritical items should be reprocessed by
    exposure to ethlene oxide
    spry wipe spray technique
    immersion in tuberoccidal disinfectant
    washing with chlorhexidine gluconate disinfectant
     
  6. docasrpa

    docasrpa 2+ Year Member

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    each of the following is a type of inflammatory exudate xcept

    serous
    fibrous
    purulent
    fibrinous
    pseudomembranous
     
  7. asdf84

    asdf84 5+ Year Member

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    Nov 18, 2006
    ans.fibrous
     
  8. asdf84

    asdf84 5+ Year Member

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    Nov 18, 2006
    ans is tuberocidal disinfectant
     
  9. nagdent

    nagdent 2+ Year Member

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    y not serous. as it is produced by salivary gland without response to inflamation
     

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