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  1. krasnodar

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    Common airborne fungi that cause opportunistic infections in debilitated individuals include all of the following EXCEPT:

    a. candida
    b. rhizopus
    c. aspergillus
    d. cryptococcus

    Jaundice is characteristic of all of the following conditions except:

    a. aplastic anemia
    b. liver cell damage
    c. excessive hemolysis
    d. bile duct obstruction
    e. carcinoma of the head of the pancreas

    touch receptors are most numerous per unit area in the mucosa of which of the following?
    a. uvula
    b. hard palate
    c. attached gingiva
    d. tip of tongue
    e. buccal/labial vestibule

    an athelete muscles contain more of which fibres....wihte/red
     
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    each of the following polymers is correctly paired with an activated precursor of the polymer except one. which one is the exception?
    a. sucrose-dextran
    b. glucose-glycogen
    c. sucrose-mutan
    d. udp glucose-glycogen
    e. sucrose-levan

    is it B

    which acid is essential for collagen of bone
    proline or Ascorbic Acid
     
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    Common airborne fungi that cause opportunistic infections in debilitated individuals include all of the following EXCEPT:

    a. candida
    b. rhizopus
    c. aspergillus
    d. cryptococcus

    Jaundice is characteristic of all of the following conditions except:

    a. aplastic anemia
    b. liver cell damage
    c. excessive hemolysis
    d. bile duct obstruction
    e. carcinoma of the head of the pancreas

    touch receptors are most numerous per unit area in the mucosa of which of the following?
    a. uvula
    b. hard palate
    c. attached gingiva
    d. tip of tongue
    e. buccal/labial vestibule

    an athelete muscles contain more of which fibres
    Red

    correct me if i m wrong...
     
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    ans. 1. candida

    2. aplastic anemia

    3.Most numesous in sk muscle of athelite..Red

    4. Ascorbic acid more imp.. proline not an acid..
     
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    hi ..why its tip of tg??? plz explain
     
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    If anticodon on tRNA is 5ACG3 then which of the foll is the corresponding codon on mRNA
    .3 CGU 5
    .5 CGU 3
    .3UGC5
    5UGC3
     
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    which of the foll.represents the correct size and characteristic of the nerve fibres that conduct sensory input of pain from the orofacial region
    a.large diameter,myelinated
    b.small diameter,myelinated
    c.large diameter,UMyelinated
    d.small diameter,UMyelinated

    .sterilization of dental burs is effectively accomplished without corrosion by using which of the foll
    a.unsaturated chemical vapour
    b.ultrasonic cleaning
    c.autoclaving
    d.iodophors
    .muscle not involved in the mastication
    ant.digastric,
    mylohyoid

    Is there anybody Have some dental ethic Q we can discuss :idea:
     
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    as these ques are all remembered and unreleased ,it is illegal to discuss these in this forum'
    ada will void our results
    be carefull
     
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    which of the foll.represents the correct size and characteristic of the nerve fibres that conduct sensory input of pain from the orofacial region
    a.large diameter,myelinated
    b.small diameter,myelinated
    c.large diameter,UMyelinated
    d.small diameter,UMyelinated


    ... pain fibers r both c and A delta . c are large diameter and unmylinated and a delta are small diameter and mylinated .... and i suppose they both are seen in orofacial region ..... so which is the rt answer:confused:
     
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    .sterilization of dental burs is effectively accomplished without corrosion by using which of the foll
    a.unsaturated chemical vapour
    b.ultrasonic cleaning
    c.autoclaving
    d.iodophors

    ans a....???
     
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    muscle not involved in the mastication
    ant.digastric,
    mylohyoid

    ans mylohyoid.... plz correct me if i am wrong
     
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    which type of necrosis is most common in alcoholic?
     
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    s i think u r right
     
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    but both r involved in the opening of the jaw
    then what could be the answers?
     
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    mesencephalic nucleus of the V nerve contains cell bodies for
    1.pain
    2.taste
    3.proprioception
    4.crude touch
    5.discriminatory touch

    all are found in the epidermis except
    1.eleidin
    2.desmosomes
    3.capilllaries
    4.mitotic cells
    5.free nerve endings

    pharyngeal tonsil is lined by
    1.simple columnar
    2.keratinised str.squamous
    3.ciliated pseudo str.sq uamous
    4.non keratinised str squamous

    apical granules in the parenchymal cells of the salivary gland represents
    1.pigment
    2.complex lipids
    3.lysosomes
    4 large mito chondria
    5.secretion products
     
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    mesencephalic nucleus of the V nerve contains cell bodies for
    1.pain
    2.taste
    3.proprioception
    4.crude touch
    5.discriminatory touch

    all are found in the epidermis except
    1.eleidin
    2.desmosomes
    3.capilllaries
    4.mitotic cells
    5.free nerve endings

    capillaries r pr in dermis

    pharyngeal tonsil is lined by
    1.simple columnar
    2.keratinised str.squamous
    3.ciliated pseudo str.sq uamous
    4.non keratinised str squamous

    apical granules in the parenchymal cells of the salivary gland represents
    1.pigment
    2.complex lipids
    3.lysosomes
    4 large mito chondria
    5.secretion products (not sure with this ans)
     
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    the pain fibers are small unmyelinated in the orofacial region.

    and for those asking these are released questions that i have seen over and over again from tests ranging from 1981 to the packet that was released with information in 2006
     
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    small diameter,UMyelinated
     
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    ant digastric helps to open the mouth so it play a subsidiary role in mastication but mylohyoid helps to elevate the hyoid bone and so helps in raising floor of mouth for swallowing.
     
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    if we see the direction of 5'ACG3' on tRNA ......mRNA will read it as 3'UGC5'
    but we read that on 5'3'direction so the correct answer is
    5'CGU3'.
     
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    Vasodilatation & increased vasopermeability lasting for several days in an area of inflammation indicate which of the following?
    1.thrombosis
    2.release of histamine
    3.Hageman factor activation
    4.formation of granulation tissue
    5.endothelial cell damage & disruption
     
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    atropine prevents the secretion of the saliva resulting fro the stimulation of the chorda tympani because it
    1.prevents the action of the acetyl choline on th e secretory cells
    2.prevents the release of the acetyl choline from the parasympathetic post ganglionic fibres
    3.prevents the release of Ach from the pre ganglionic fibres
    4 prevents the release of the Ach from the autonomic ganglion

    action potential initiated at the midpoint along the lenth of the axon will
    1.not propogate
    2.propogate towards the soma
    3,propogate towards the nerve ending
    4.propogate towards the nerve ending and the soma
     
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    ...answer not sure
     
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    the primary first molars which portion of the crown is shorter occlusogingivally
    distal
    mesial
    distal midfacial
    midlingual
     
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    midlingual .
    please post the ans
     
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    2when a brief period of hysterical hyperventillation causes respiratory alkalosis ,tetany might be caused by sudden decrease in the following kind of calcium
    a]total serum
    b ionised calcium ans
    c]citrate bound
    d]serum protien bound

    please correct me
     
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    atropine prevents the secretion of the saliva resulting fro the stimulation of the chorda tympani because it
    1.prevents the action of the acetyl choline on th e secretory cells
    2.prevents the release of the acetyl choline from the parasympathetic post ganglionic fibres
    3.prevents the release of Ach from the pre ganglionic fibres
    4 prevents the release of the Ach from the autonomic ganglion

    action potential initiated at the midpoint along the lenth of the axon will
    1.not propogate
    2.propogate towards the soma
    3,propogate towards the nerve ending
    4.propogate towards the nerve ending and the soma
     
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    the primary first molars which portion of the crown is shorter occlusogingivally
    distal
    mesial
    distal midfacial
    midlingual

    i thnk its shold b distal..not sure though..
     
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    Vasodilatation & increased vasopermeability lasting for several days in an area of inflammation indicate which of the following?
    1.thrombosis
    2.release of histamine
    3.Hageman factor activation
    4.formation of granulation tissue
    5.endothelial cell damage & disruption
     
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    the answe is 2
     
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    Vasodilatation & increased vasopermeability lasting for several days in an area of inflammation indicate which of the following?
    1.thrombosis
    2.release of histamine
    3.Hageman factor activation
    4.formation of granulation tissue
    5.endothelial cell damage & disruption

    the answe is 2

    the question says for several days...histamine release is an immediate reaction...so tht cannot b the ans.
    it has to b due to endothelial cell damage
     
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    O.K thanks

    .enamel rods converge as they pass from DEJ towards the surface in the area of the
    a.cervical line of perm. teeth
    b.cervical line of primary teeth
    c.incisal edges
    d .fissures

    Every time i have differant answer,,,,,,,,,,,
     
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    fissures
     
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    there is a lot of confusion on this q
    few ans were hageman factor activation .now it is different
    somebody please clear it please
     
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    location of crypts of Lieberkuhn gland
    mucosa
    submucosa
    lamina propira
    lamina externa
     
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    which of the following is the distinguishing characteristic of the mand lateral incisor
    1.incisal edge is lingual to the root bisector
    2.cervical line curvature is greater on the distal than on the mesial
    3.the incisal edge follow the arch curvature in relation to faciolingual axis
    4.the mesiodistal dimension o f the facial surface is narrower than that of the mandi central incisor
     
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    in the protrusive movement teh contacting surface of the incisor are
    1.lingual of the mandi and teh incisal edge of the maxi
    2.facial of the maxi and incisal edge of the mandi
    3facial of the mandi and the incisal edge of the maxi
    4.lingual of the maxi and the incisal edge of the mandi
     
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    answer 1, ,,,,,,3 may be if the mesidestal axis not facioligual axiis
     
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    4 for sure
     
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    a mother of a 20 ye old childwith trisomy 21 ( who is under mothers care ) says she want the dentist to replace her son's amalgum fillings,but the patient strongly objects
    the dentist should

    listen to the mother since he has Down S
    listen to the father
    listen to the patient Since its just replace a filling ( filling in good condition)
    call a pediatrist dentist
     
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    listen to the mother since he has downs syndrome
     
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    ******ed growth of portion of single tooth germ or proliferation of segmnet of odontogenic epithelium into dental papilla results in
    - a fusion
    b bifurcation
    c dialceration
    d concresce
    e dens in dente
    :scared:
     
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    I would saye) Dens in dente
     
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    What mostly affects cusp heights
    a-Horizontal overlap
    b-Vertical overlap
    c-Curve of spee
    d-Inter condylar distance
     
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    glucose is retain in cell by what enzyme?

    when is DNA conc inside a cell lowest?
    1) I phase
    2) bet G -S phase
    3)M phase
     
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    its confirmed lamina propria of SI

    wht abt brunner's glands ?
     
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    curve pf spee , i guess
    since a , b , are related to anteriors
    pls post answers
     

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