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Part 2 Question, please answer these questions

Discussion in 'NBDE Exams & Licensure Exams' started by emmass, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. emmass


    Jan 25, 2007
    1. Which of the following is/are clinical signs of gingivitis?
    1. Loss of stippling
    2. Gingival hyperplasia
    3. Bleeding on probing
    4. Increased probing depth
    A. (1)(2)(3) B. (1) (3) C. (2) (4) D. (4) only E. All of the above

    2. Which cells migrate into the gingival sulcus in the lagest numbers in response to the accumulation of plague?
    A. Plasma cells and monocytes
    B. PMNs
    C. Macrophages
    D. Lymphocytes
    E. Mast cells

    3. Carious lesions are most likely to develop if a patient has
    A. a high lactobacillus count.
    B. Saliva with low buffering capacity.
    C. Plaque on his teeth
    D. Lactic acid in his mouth.

    4. With the development of gingivitis, the sulcus becomes predominantly populated by
    A. gram-positive organisms
    B. gram-negative organisms
    C. diplococcal organisms
    D. spirochtes.

    5. which of the following microorganisms are most frequently found in infected root casnal?
    A. Streptococcus viridans
    B. Staphylococcus aureus
    C. Lactobacilli
    D. Enterococci
    E. Staphylococcus albus
    6. The greatest single factor in reducing radiation exposure in dentistry is
    A. higher kVp
    B. proper fitration
    C. higj speed film
    D. collimation of the primary beam

    7. When a radiographic examination is warranted for a 10-years old child, the most effective way to decrease radiation exposure is to
    A. use a thyroid collar and lead apron
    B. apply a radiation protection badge
    C. use high speed film
    D. decrease the kilovoltage to 50kVp
    E. take a panoramic film only

    8. Root resorption of permanent teeth may be associated with
    1. excessive orthodontic forces
    2. periapical granuloma
    3. traumatic injury
    4. cementoma
    A. (1) (2) (3) B. (1) and (3) C. (2) and (4) D. (4) only E. All of the above

    9. Which gingival manifestation(s) would be expected in a patient with a blood dyscrasia?
    1. Enlargement 2. Bleeding 3. Ulceration 4. atrophy
    A. (1) (2) (3) B. (1) and (3) C. (2) and (4) D. (4) only E. All of the above
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  3. mesh

    mesh Junior Member 2+ Year Member

    May 28, 2006

    these questions are answered in the NBD PARt 2 thread
  4. Marling Espinos

    Marling Espinos Senior student 2+ Year Member

    Apr 10, 2007

    I'm almost taking part 2..., I'll appreciate if you post the answer of all of the questions that you were asking to. Thanks and God Bless..
    [email protected] :)
  5. ambitious

    ambitious 5+ Year Member

    Aug 29, 2006
    Here are the answers:
    1-B, 2-B, 3-C, 4-A, 5-A, 6-D, 7-A, 8-A, 9-A.

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