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mesh

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1)Which of the following has the BEST survival rate?
* Squamous cell carcinoma
* Adenocarcinoma
* Osteosarcoma
2)Onion Peel look on the radiograph is characteristic of what?
3)Air/ Water Syringe after endo, what happens from debris into sulcus
4) What has the least root surface area in mm squared?
* Mx Lateral
* Mx Central
* Mnd 1st PM
5) Upright a Mnd 1st Molar with lingual and omega loop? What happens?
6) What is the biggest problem that causes no air into lungs?
# Airway obstruction
# Did not pinch the noseetc etc
7)Pulpectomy and filling a Mnd Molar, where would you most likely perforate?
8)Which fluoride causes the most staining?
9)Small white lesion on the tooth the patient's whole life. What caused it?
* Hypercalcification during the first 6-12 months
* Hypercalcification during natal
* Hypercalcification during the primary tooth
10)Which of the following is least likely to cause progressive perio problems?
Soft tissue injury
# Ill- fitting margins
# Rough margins
# Within Biologic width
11)When dealing with furcation, Guided tissue regeneration best used with Osseointegrated bone graft. Prognosis of tooth with GTR is better in Mx molar than with Mnd molar.
# True or False of each statement
12)Which is the least likely to cause bacterial endocarditis?
# Extraction
# Scaling and Root Planing
# Probing
# Adult Prophy
# Root Canal Therapy
13)Which space would cause infection in the Mediastinum?
14) What does the Weight and height stand for in recordings?
* Ordinal
* Nominal
15) When do you fill the tooth with CaOH?
* 1st week into splinting
* After 14 days splinting
* Resorption
16)Best instrument for SRP of Distal Mandibular tooth?
# Gracey 1/2
# Gracey 9/10
# Universal 13/14
# Gracey 13/14
17) The exact mechanism of Caries dyes (detectors) in effected and affected lesions.
18) Patient presents to clinic with a palatal constriction of 3mm. Would the cross bite be:
* a. Shifted to the affected side
* b. Shifted to the unaffected side
* c. Bilateral
19) Which cyst is most like to become neoplastic:
* dentigerous
* residual
* radicular
20) Which cyst is in the center line
* epidermoid
* thyrolingual??
21) Anterior Triangle of the face infection has the most danger of going to:
* Cavernous sinus
* Cervical lymph nodes
22)How do you transfer a patient in a wheelchair?
23) What asthma drug causes oral fungal infection?
24) Why do you give Hydralazine with Chloral hydrate patients?
25) Why do you replace faulty amalgam with Cast gold restoration?
26) * Debris was displaced into the hole where you place the die pin, and not noticed during PFM fabrication. What happens after fabrication intraorally? (What happens when the PFM is placed in the mouth at try-in?)
* occlusion too high
* laterotrusive obstruction
* nothing
27)Clearance for occlusal rest is determined how?
28)Best characteristic of high noble alloy?
 

seb

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2)Onion Peel look on the radiograph is characteristic of what?
-fibrous dysplasia

4) What has the least root surface area in mm squared?
* Mx Lateral. want 2 know mm squared? read proffit.

6) What is the biggest problem that causes no air into lungs?
# Airway obstruction

8)Which fluoride causes the most staining?
-stannous

9)Small white lesion on the tooth the patient’s whole life. What caused it?
* Hypercalcification during natal

18) Patient presents to clinic with a palatal constriction of 3mm. Would the cross bite be:
* a. Shifted to the affected side

20) Which cyst is in the center line
* thyrolingual??

correct me if i'm wrong...
 

mrswinidm

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May 30, 2006
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1)Which of the following has the BEST survival rate?
* Squamous cell carcinoma
* Adenocarcinoma
* Osteosarcoma
2)Onion Peel look on the radiograph is characteristic of what? Ewing sarcoma but it really is due to periostel reaction
3)Air/ Water Syringe after endo, what happens from debris into sulcus
4) What has the least root surface area in mm squared?
* Mx Lateral
* Mx Central
* Mnd 1st PM
5) Upright a Mnd 1st Molar with lingual and omega loop? What happens?
6) What is the biggest problem that causes no air into lungs?
# Airway obstruction
# Did not pinch the noseetc etc
7)Pulpectomy and filling a Mnd Molar, where would you most likely perforate?
8)Which fluoride causes the most staining?
9)Small white lesion on the tooth the patient’s whole life. What caused it?
* Hypercalcification during the first 6-12 months
* Hypercalcification during natal
* Hypercalcification during the primary tooth
10)Which of the following is least likely to cause progressive perio problems?
Soft tissue injury
# Ill- fitting margins
# Rough margins
# Within Biologic width
11)When dealing with furcation, Guided tissue regeneration best used with Osseointegrated bone graft. Prognosis of tooth with GTR is better in Mx molar than with Mnd molar.
# True or False of each statement
12)Which is the least likely to cause bacterial endocarditis?
# Extraction
# Scaling and Root Planing
# Probing
# Adult Prophy
# Root Canal Therapy
13)Which space would cause infection in the Mediastinum?
14) What does the Weight and height stand for in recordings?
* Ordinal
* Nominal
15) When do you fill the tooth with CaOH?
* 1st week into splinting
* After 14 days splinting
* Resorption
16)Best instrument for SRP of Distal Mandibular tooth?
# Gracey 1/2
# Gracey 9/10
# Universal 13/14
# Gracey 13/14
17) The exact mechanism of Caries dyes (detectors) in effected and affected lesions.
18) Patient presents to clinic with a palatal constriction of 3mm. Would the cross bite be:
* a. Shifted to the affected side
* b. Shifted to the unaffected side
* c. Bilateral
19) Which cyst is most like to become neoplastic:
* dentigerous
* residual
* radicular
20) Which cyst is in the center line
* epidermoid
* thyrolingual??
21) Anterior Triangle of the face infection has the most danger of going to:
* Cavernous sinus
* Cervical lymph nodes
22)How do you transfer a patient in a wheelchair?
23) What asthma drug causes oral fungal infection?
24) Why do you give Hydralazine with Chloral hydrate patients?
25) Why do you replace faulty amalgam with Cast gold restoration?
26) * Debris was displaced into the hole where you place the die pin, and not noticed during PFM fabrication. What happens after fabrication intraorally? (What happens when the PFM is placed in the mouth at try-in?)
* occlusion too high
* laterotrusive obstruction
* nothing
27)Clearance for occlusal rest is determined how?
28)Best characteristic of high noble alloy?
 
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