anudoc

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1) Coagulase production by staphylococcus aureaua is important in pathogenicity because it
a helps to establish the typical abscess lesion
b helps to establish typical cellulitis lesion.
c allows the organism to adhere tightly to tissue
d provides polysaccharide capsule to inhibit phagocytosis.
e non specifically binds to Fc portion of IgG molecule

2) Staphylococcus aureus most commonly causes
a pyoderma
b septicemia
c chronic infection
d exogenous infection

3) which of the following represents most obvious difference between primary maxillary second molar and permanent maxillary first molar?
a the primary tooth has three roots
b the primary tooth has much narrow measure at cej compared to its contact area.
c the permanent tooth has a trait of carabelli or fifth cusp
d the perrmanent tooth has a rhomboid occlusal outline

4) which of the following primary grooves uniting in the distal pit on the occlusal surface of mandibular second molar represents the one that normally has no counterpart in the distal pit of first molar?
a distolingual
b DF triangular
c DL triangular
d distal marginal
e distal portion of central

5) the distolingual cusp of maxillary second molar in protrusive movement has potential to oppose which morphologic entity of which molar?

Morphologic entity Mandibular molar
a mesial portion third
b central fossa second
c mesial marginal ridge second
d distal transverse ridge second

6)The H occlusal groove pattern is characteristic of which pre molar?
a maxillary first
b mandibular first
c mandibular second with two cusps
d mandibular second with three cusps

7) Which of the following represents the groove on occlusal surface of maxillary pre molars that originates in the mesial pit and extends toward mesiobuccal line angle?
a central
b MB secondary
c MB triangular
d ML triangular
e Mesial marginal
 

doc76

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7+ Year Member
May 10, 2007
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1) Coagulase production by staphylococcus aureaua is important in pathogenicity because it
a helps to establish the typical abscess lesion
b helps to establish typical cellulitis lesion.
c allows the organism to adhere tightly to tissue
d provides polysaccharide capsule to inhibit phagocytosis.
e non specifically binds to Fc portion of IgG molecule

2) Staphylococcus aureus most commonly causes
a pyoderma
b septicemia
c chronic infection
d exogenous infection

3) which of the following represents most obvious difference between primary maxillary second molar and permanent maxillary first molar?
a the primary tooth has three roots
b the primary tooth has much narrow measure at cej compared to its contact area.
c the permanent tooth has a trait of carabelli or fifth cusp
d the perrmanent tooth has a rhomboid occlusal outline

4) which of the following primary grooves uniting in the distal pit on the occlusal surface of mandibular second molar represents the one that normally has no counterpart in the distal pit of first molar?
a distolingual
b DF triangular
c DL triangular
d distal marginal
e distal portion of central

5) the distolingual cusp of maxillary second molar in protrusive movement has potential to oppose which morphologic entity of which molar?

Morphologic entity Mandibular molar
a mesial portion third
b central fossa second
c mesial marginal ridge second
d distal transverse ridge second

6)The H occlusal groove pattern is characteristic of which pre molar?
a maxillary first
b mandibular first
c mandibular second with two cusps
d mandibular second with three cusps

7) Which of the following represents the groove on occlusal surface of maxillary pre molars that originates in the mesial pit and extends toward mesiobuccal line angle?
a central
b MB secondary
c MB triangular
d ML triangular
e Mesial marginal
ans
1......c
2......b
 

shuntyman

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1) Coagulase production by staphylococcus aureaua is important in pathogenicity because it
a helps to establish the typical abscess lesion
b helps to establish typical cellulitis lesion.
c allows the organism to adhere tightly to tissue
d provides polysaccharide capsule to inhibit phagocytosis.
e non specifically binds to Fc portion of IgG molecule

2) Staphylococcus aureus most commonly causes
a pyoderma
b septicemia
c chronic infection
d exogenous infection

3) which of the following represents most obvious difference between primary maxillary second molar and permanent maxillary first molar?
a the primary tooth has three roots
b the primary tooth has much narrow measure at cej compared to its contact area.
c the permanent tooth has a trait of carabelli or fifth cusp
d the perrmanent tooth has a rhomboid occlusal outline

4) which of the following primary grooves uniting in the distal pit on the occlusal surface of mandibular second molar represents the one that normally has no counterpart in the distal pit of first molar?
a distolingual
b DF triangular
c DL triangular
d distal marginal
e distal portion of central

5) the distolingual cusp of maxillary second molar in protrusive movement has potential to oppose which morphologic entity of which molar?

Morphologic entity Mandibular molar
a mesial portion third
b central fossa second
c mesial marginal ridge second
d distal transverse ridge second

6)The H occlusal groove pattern is characteristic of which pre molar?
a maxillary first
b mandibular first
c mandibular second with two cusps
d mandibular second with three cusps

7) Which of the following represents the groove on occlusal surface of maxillary pre molars that originates in the mesial pit and extends toward mesiobuccal line angle?
a central
b MB secondary
c MB triangular
d ML triangular
e Mesial marginal