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AIPG 2011 Dental Questions

AIPG 2011 Dental Questions

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AIPG 2011 Dental Questions Recall
 1. 'indifferent' fibers area. elastic fibersb. oxytalan fibersc. collagen fibersd. None of the above2. Apical migration of epithelial attachmentwith corresponding recession of marginalgingiva results ina.Shallow sulcusb. gingival pocket formationc. infrabony pocket formationd. periodontal pocket formation3. Gingival clefts may be formed bya. occlusal disharmoniesb. faulty tooth brushingc. normal frenum attachmentd. use of dental floss4. Tobacco chewing is thought to becontributing / predisposing factor in whichcondition ?a. desquamative gingivitisb. ANUGc.juvenile periodontitisd. erythema multiforme5. ADH froma. pre opticb. supra opticc. para venticulard. post optic6. blood coagualation defect not seen?a. after taking brufenb. thalasamiac. VWF defieciend.7. attached gingiva isa. always stippledb. non keratinizedc. resistant to masticatory stress and forcesd. resistant to inflammatory changes8. Type of bone present in interradicular areaa. corticalb. cancellousc. osteophyticd. exophyric9. type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth- cortical- cancellous- exophytic- osteophytic10. most common cause of drymouth in adults- tarnquilizers- anti-histaminics- insulin- birth control pills11. most common clinical sign of occlusaltrauma -wear facetstooth mobilityenamel crackscuspal fracture12. probable etiology of gingivosis ishigh progesterone levelsdef of estrogen and testosteronepregnancyaldosterone deficiency13. supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time.plaque mass decreasesplaque microflora becomes more grampositiveplaque microflora becomes more gramnegativeplaque microflora becomes predominantlyspirochetal14. difference between sub and supragingivalcalculus is related topH of salivadeath of leukocytes
 
hemolysis of erythrocytesall of the above15. which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingivalplaque in humansmotile bacteria are predominantspirochetes are evident microscopicallygram negative bacteria are predominantbacterial composition is altered by dietarysugar consumption16. delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediatedimmune reactions occur in patients withperiodontal diseases because they often have-IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterialantigens-T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterialantigens-soluble immune complexes within involvesgingival tissues-all of the above17. which of the following is most useful indiffentiating an acute periodontal abscess frompa abscess-type of exhudate--nature of swelling-intensity of pain-result of periodontal probing18. which index would u use to access theseverity of periodontitis in epidemiologicalstudiesof a large population.-pma index-gingival index-periodontal index-sulcus bleeding index19. which of the following plaque indices doesnot use disclosing agent-plaque component of periodontal diseaseindex-debris component of Simplified Oral HygieneIndex-modified Quingley Hein plaque index-all of the above20. following plaque index divides each toothsurface into 9 areas-php index-plaue index by silness and loe- modified Navy plaque index- glass criteria for scoring debris21. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins isconsistent with increased number of -fibroblases-neutrophils-lymphocytes-plasma cells22. teeth that are least affected by periodontaldisease are-lower first molars and upper anteriors-lower premolars and upper canines-lower first molars and upper incisors andpremolars-lower centrals, laterals and upper molarsQ23. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by1 bacteria2 fungi3 virus4 bacteria superadded on virusQ24. Coeliac plexus is located:1. Anterolateral & around the aorta2. Posterolateral & around the aorta3. Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain4. Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chainQ25. hypercapnia causeslow blood pHhigh blood phno changenoneQ26. Radiograph alone can diagnose:1. Periodontal pocket2. Periodontal abscess3. Anatomic root length
 
4. Bifurcation involvementQ27. When pins are used in amalgam, strengthof amalgam:1. Deceases2. Increases3. Remains same4. May increase or decreaseQ28. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is:1. Trauma2. Development disturbances3. Infection4. AtrophyQ29. parenteral nutrion which is not givenfibremicronutrientcarbohydratefatQ30. a young boy had a radio opaque areafound at the apex of a permant tooth wid deepcaries !!!condensing osteitisapical periodontitischronic periodontitis???????????????Q31. 'indifferent' fibers area. elastic fibers@@@@@@@@@@@b. oxytalan fibersc. collagen fibersd. None of the aboveD ans for dis s COLLAGEN FIBERS ONLYref - carranza 9th ed pg no. 38, its also givenin glickmann's clinicalperiodontology..............Both d book states- In addition to these fiberstypes i.e. principal collagen, oxytalan neluanin, SMALL COLLAGEN FIBERSASSOCIATED WITH THE LARGE PRINCIPALCOLLAGEN FIBERS HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED.THESE FIBERS RUN IN ALL DIRECTIONS FROMA PLEXUS CALLED THE '' INDIFFERENT FIBERPLEXUS''.Q32. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulinsis consistent with increased number of fibroblasesneutrophilslymphocytesplasma cellsQ33. Gingival clefts may be formed byocclusal disharmoniesfaulty tooth brushingnormal frenum attachmentuse of dental flossQ34. In short which of the following is not andeffect of increased prolactin level,..a. Visual field defectsb. Gonadal dysfunctionc. Headached. Exccessive lactationQ35. Mother donated one kidney to herdaughter, what type of graft is it?Allo.......XenoAutoIsoQ36. high viscocity saliva related to increasecaries in childrena. really trueb. partially truec. partially falsed. really falseQ37. 'not sensory to palate?a. facial nb , glossopharyngeal nc. asending pharyngeal nd. vagusQ38. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by1 bacteria2 fungi

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