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cleft lip and palate* hemangioma preauricular cyst malformation of ear
2. Most common type of cleft in males is: a. b. c. d. unilateral cleft lip alone unilateral cleft palate alone unilateral lip and palate* Bilateral cleft lip
3. A patient presents with small yellow spots, present bilaterally on buccal mucosa opposite to posterior teeth without any other associated complaint. Most probable diagnosis of the condition is: a. b. c. d. Koplik’s spot Fordyce’s granules* Melanotic macule White sponge nevus
4. A patient presented with asymptomatic, smooth, circumscribed red area in midline anterior to circumvallate papillae on the dorsum of tongue with microscopic evidence of epithelial hyperplasia. The most probable diagnosis of the condition is: a. b. c. d. geographic tongue hairy tongue median rhomboid glossitis* lingual thyroid
5. In hairy tongue, there is hypertrophy of: a. b. c. d. fungiform papillae filiform papillae* foliate papillae circumvallate papillae
scrofula lymphoma cervicofacial actinomycosis cervical lymphoepithelial cyst* 9. epithelium appears to be invading into connective tissue at deep leading margin of the tumor 10. Peutz-Jeghens syndrome* Albright syndrome Gardner syndrome Neurofibromatosis 8. Most characteristic histopathologic feature of keratoacanthoma is: a. A patient reported with an asympthomatic white patch on buccal mucosa which cannot be rubbed off. fluctuant swelling of the angle of mandible anterior to sternocleido-mastoid muscle which he stated to be present since his childhood days. Patient is a heavy cigarette smoker. Most probable diagnosis of the lesion is: a. Most probable diagnosis in the condition is: a. occasional dysplastic features d. b. d. hyperplastic squamous epithelium growing into underlying connective tissue c.6. Most likely diagnosis of the swelling is: a. c. A patient present with an asymptomatic soft. A 25-year al patient presents with an asymptomatic doughy soft. c. c. thyroglossal duct cyst salivary gland tumor branchial cleft cyst* follicular ameloblastoma 7. The patch was present for the last 3 months. b. d. Aspiration of swelling shows yellow-brown fluid. elevation of normal epithelium towards the central portion of the lesion with an abrupt change in normal epithelium as hyperplastic acanthotic epithelium is reached* b. Leukoplasia* Candidiasis Erythroplakia White sponge nevus 2 . d. b. c. Which of the following condition is characterized by generalized intestinal polyposis with pigmentation of face and oral mucosa: a. fluctuant swelling on lateral neck which was present for month but recently enlarged following an upper respiratory tract infection. d. Regional lymph nodes are nonpalpable with normal radiographic pictures of the area and normal blood and urine examination. b.
c. arms abdomen legs face* 15. b. The most likely diagnosis is: a. d. d. Epidermoid carcinoma Verrucous carcinoma Sebaceous cyst Basal cell carcinoma* 3 . Tongue Lips* Gingival Palate 16. Associated teeth were normal. Site most commonly affected by basal cell carcinoma is: a. b.11. Most probable diagnosis is: a. c. Most probable diagnosis of the lesion is: a. d. c. c. A patient with history of tobacco chewing presents with an asymptomatic. radicular cyst aneurysmal bone cyst* hemorrhagic bone cyst mid-palatal cyst 14. b. A 70-year old patient present with small. b. epidermoid carcinoma basal cell carcinoma papilloma verrucous carcinoma* 13. Excessive bleeding was encountered upon entering into the lesion. d. Radiographic examination of the area shows radiolucent area with honeycomb appearance. crusted lesion on right side of nose which he stated to be present for last several months and never quite heals. c. Skin lesions of the hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia are most common on: a. elevated. A patient present with tender swelling in the palatal area. buccal mucosa skin of palm and exposed surface of arms skin of upper back area skin of middle third of face* 12. d. b. c. d. Histologic examination of the lesion reveal marked epit helial proliferation without invasion into the connective tissue and parakeratin plugging. Characteristic hemorrhagic lesions of the hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia occurs most often on a. exophytic papillary growth on right buccal mucosa. b.
The patient should be suspected of having: a. An elderly anemic patient complains of back pain. c. b. neurofibromatosis lymphangioma* granular cell myoblastoma cystic fibrosis 4 . d. Basal cell carcinoma frequently involves normal tissues by spreading by way of: a. All of the following diseases has been associated with Epstein-Barr virus EXCEPT: a. b. c. b. elevated greyish-pink nodules some of which are fluid filled with rest of oral cavity being normal. c. d. Ewing’s sarcoma Thalassaemia Multiple myeloma* Malignant lymphoma 20. The most likely diagnosis is: a. submucosal mass with overlying epithelium exhibiting pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia is most likely a: a.17. c. Examination of a child shows enlargement of left side of tongue showing small. b. d. A benign neoplasm which appears as a non-painful slowly enlarging. c. c. d. b. Lichen planus Leukoplakia Leukoedema* White sponge nevus 18. Numerous punched out radiolucencies are evident on skull radiograph. Most likely diagnosis of the lesion is: a. d. b. lymphatics arteries nerve sheaths direct invasion* 21. A patient presents with a bilateral greyish white lesion on buccal mucosa which disappear when stretched. Burkitt’s lymphoma Malignant mixed tumor Oral hairy leukoplakia* Infectious mononucleosis 19. d. fibroma granular cell tumor* papilloma keratoacanthoma 22.
stomatitis.23. border of tongue shows stratified squamous epithelium covering loose connective tissue that contains many thin-walled engorged. osteosarcoma lymphoma* multiple myeloma adenocarcinoma 5 . d. xerostomia. Most common site of occurrence of salivary gland tumors is a. d. Biopsy of a smooth. d. Xerostomia* Rheumatoid arthritis SLE Scleroderma 27. conjunctivitis. b. xerostomia. stomatitis. c. d. Most likely diagnosis is: a. d. Patients affected by Sjogren’s syndrome shows increased incidence of development of: a. c. b. c. b. d. Triad of Sjogren’ syndrome consists of: a. c. d. osteoarthritis conjunctivitis. papilloma hemangioma* lymphangioma granular cell myoblastoma 24. c. Radiographic appearance of salivary glands in Sjogren’s syndrome is characteristically described as: a. vascular space. Primary Sjogren’s syndrome consists of keratoconjunctivitis sicca and: a. sun-ray appearance cherry-blossom or branchless fruit laden tree appearance* honeycomb appearance onion-peel appearance 29. b. urethritis 28. rheumatoid arthritis keratoconjunctivitis. b. red. c. neurofibromas* neurolemmomas hemangiomas griant cell tumors 25. b. rherumatoid arthritis* keratoconjunctivitis. protruding lesion at lateral. parotid gland* sub-maxillary gland sub-lingual gland minor salivary gland 26. c. b. Multiple lesions seen in patients suffering from von Recklinghaussen’s disease of skin are: a.
c. b. Hodgkin’s lymphoma Burkitt’s lymphoma Non-hodgkin lymphoma of B-cell origin* Non-hodgkin lymphoma of T-cell origin 31. pleomorphic adenoma squamous cell carcinoma necrotizing sialometaplasia* adenoid cystic carcinoma 35. b. b. c. d. c. Differential diagnosis will include all of the following EXCEPT: a. c. c. d. trauma infection ischaemia* neoplastic changes 33.30. The common site of occurrence of adenoid cystic carcinoma is: a. b. parotid gland* palatal mucosa upper lip sub-mandibular gland 32. adenoid cystic carcinoma pleomorphic adenoma* mucoepidermoid carcinoma malignant mixed tumor 6 . Which of the following salivary gland neoplasm is least likely to be found in minor salivary glands a. d. Majority of lymphomas developed in patients of Sjogen’s syndrome are of: a. b. papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum* adenoid cycstic carcinoma mucoepidermoid carcinoma pleomorphic adenoma 34. Most likely diagnosis is: a. Most suggested etiology of necrotizing sialometaplasia is: a. There is small ulceration of skin overlying the mass with distortion of left facial region when patient speaks. d. A 40-year old woman reports the development of painful crater like ulcer on mucosa of left hard palate within one week following the extraction of maxillary left second premolar. An elderly woman present with swelling of lateral aspect of left side of neck which was present for last ten months but start increasing in size for the last two months and is now painful. d. d. c. b.
b. sore throat and ulceration of fascial pillars. “Sulfur granules” are of diagnostic value is suspected cases of: a. Candidiasis* Actinomycosis Histoplasmosis Blastomycosis 41. Candidiasis Tuberculosis Actinomycosis* Histoplasmosis 42. Blastomycosis Candidiasis* Herpes simplex infection Syphilis 40. d. lymphatics blood streams* saliva pulmonary fluid 38. c. d. b. Reiter syndrome Herpangina* Herpetis gingivostomatitis Recurrent rhomboid glossitis 39. d. b. most probable diagnosis is: a. c. A patient on antibiotic therapy for scarlet fever develops white plaques on his oral mucosa which when scraped with tongue blade leaves a painful bleeding surface. Which of the following is most opportunistic infection? a. b. In miliary tuberculosis. A patient presents with slightly painful white lesions of oral mucosa which when wiped off shows the red surface underneath. d. b. The patient is on penicillin therapy for last 12 weeks. c. Actinomycosis Candidiasis* Lichen planus Leukoplakia 7 . c. A patient presents with mild fever. c. The most likely diagnosis of lesion is: a. first day illness second or third day of illness* fifth to seventh day of illness one week after appearance of other clinical signs and symptoms 37. Toxin produced by streptococci which is responsible for causing scarlet fever is: a. d. c. Most likely diagnosis is: a. dissemination of microorganism occur usually via: a. b.36. b. d. posterior pharyngeal wall and soft palate. c. d.
presence of characteristic “sulfur granules” 44. Most likely diagnosis of the lesion is: a. demonstration of mycelia and spores on histologic examination of scrapings* c. b. b. A middle age patient presents swelling in the left maxillary area with mild pain on palpation. orbital infection and meningoencephalitis most probably has: a. bluish swelling present in floor of mouth on right side. c. Overlying skin and other teeth were normal. left maxillary first molar was missing and patient gives the history of traumatic extraction of the tooth about 10 year ago in which one of the root was displaced in the maxillary sinus which was then removed via Caldwell-Luc operation.* Neisseria sp Pheumococcus sp. 46. b. Intraorally a dome-shaped. The organism most commonly implicated as causative agents in cases of cellulites is: a. A patient presents with swelling in neck near the angle of mandible on right side which disappear on applying pressure to it. Candidiasis Actinomycosis Mucormycosis* Histoplasmosis 45.43. response to vitamin B12 therapy b. c. b. surgical ciliated cyst of maxilla* maxillary sinusitis carcinoma of maxillary antrum retention cyst of maxillary sinus 47. On examination. d. Streptococcus sp. A patient with severe mycotic infection of head and neck characterized by triad of uncontrolled diabetes. Most probable diagnosis of the condition is: a. d. d. Staphylococcus sp. X-ray examination shows a radiolucent are in left maxilla which was separated from left maxillary sinus anatomically. d. sun-ray arrangement of fungal hyphae d. c. Clinical diagnosis of candidiasis is confirmed by: a. mucocele dermoid cyst branchial cyst ranula* 8 . c.
Sialoliths are mainly composed of: a. c. Which of the following cells are most radioresistant? a. The most probable diagnosis is: a. d. c. Crouzon’s syndrome Apert syndrome* Treacher Collin’s syndrome Eranceschetti syndrome 52. d. calcium phosphate* calcium oxide calcium carbonate calcium suphate 49. b. b. parrot’s beak nose.48. c. mandibulofacial dysostosis craniofacial dysostosis* Pierre Robin syndrome Cleidocranial dysostosis 53. granulocyte muscle cell lymphocyte epithelial cell* 50. b. hypertelorism and prognathic mandible are features of: a. c. d. b. c. b. osteoarthritis rheumatoid arthritis myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome* traumatic arthritis 54. Which of the following groups of lymph nodes is first to exhibit lymphadenopathy in cases of infection monocucleous? a. Triangular frontal defect. Results of palpation and radiographic examination are negative. Which of the following tissue is mot sensitive to radiation induced carcinogenesis? a. Clicking sounds were present in right temporomandibular joint. axillary cervical* inguinal mediastinal 9 . A female patient complains of pain in right ear radiating towards the angle of mandible. d. c. d. Thyroid* liver salivary gland brain 51. b. d. Craniofacial dysostosis with syndactyly is also known as: a. c. d. b.
Hemophilia A is caused to deficiency of: a. bleeding time is normal. PT is prolonged. The most likely diagnosis is: a. An early oral manifestation of infectious mononucleosis is. plasma thromboplastin time (PTT) is normal b. b. d. infectious mononucleosis agranulocytosis* cyclic neutropenia leukaemia 10 . PTT is normal 61. c. clotting time is prolonged Both bleeding and clotting time are prolonged Bleeding time is prolonged. Factor IX c. Factor VIII* b. In hemophilia A: a. eosinophils 2% and basophils 0%.55. PT is normal. On laboratory examination. “Philadelphia chromosome” is characteristically seen in: a. RBC count was normal but WBC count was 2. A patient presents with spontaneous necrotizing ulcers of oral cavity. b.000 with lymphocytes 65% neutrophils 5%. Factor V d. palatal petechiae* oral ulceration inflammation of mucous membrane edema of soft palate and uvula 56. PTT is prolonged c. d. Factor X 60. c. acute lymphocytic leukaemia* chronic myeloid leukaemia acute monocytic leukaemia chronic lymphocytic leukaemia 58. c. d. In thrombocytopenic purpura: a. clotting time is normal* Both bleeding time and clotting time are norma 59. monocytes 28%. PTT is prolonged* d. b. PT is prolonged. b. d. b. d. Most common form of leukaemia in children is: a. Prothrombine time (PT) is normal. c. acute lymphocytic leukaemia acute monocytic leukaemia chronic lymphocytic leukaemia chronic myeloid leukaemia* 57. c. a.
surface keratosis with vacuolation of cells of basal cell layer with cellular inflammatory infiltrate localized to subepithelial connective tissue. d. b. Reiter’s syndrome Behcet’s syndrome Erythema multiforme* Pemphigus 65. A middle-aged patient complains of periodic burning of her buccal mucosa. On examination. A patient presents with an asymptomatic white corrugated patch present bilaterally on his buccal mucosa. Most likely diagnosis is: a. d. and itching on one side of face. c. b. d. An elderly patient complains of burning. c. Blood examination shows platelet count of 30. He also reports the occurrence of same kind of lesion in his mother and younger brother. d. hemophilia infectious mononucleosis thrombocytopenic purpura* anemia 63. paresthesia. RBC. Oral examination shows slightly raised.62. Biopsy of the lesion shows acanthosis. Most likely diagnosis is: a. TLC are normal. grayish-white plaque on buccal mucosa. d. linear. c.000/mm3 with increase in bleeding time and clot retraction time. Most probable diagnosis is: a. Lichen planus* Leokoedema Luekoplakia Pemphigoid 64. aching pain. Sphenopalalatine neuralgia Bell’s palsy Auriculotemporal syndrome Post-herpetic neuralgia* 11 . b. Most likely diagnosis is: a. Pemphigus Leukoedema Candidiasis White sponge nevus* 66. small white scars are seen in preauricular region. c. A patient presents with petechiae on oral mucosa with gingival bleeding. wheal-like lesions on oral mucosa which progress to form thin-walled vesicles which ruptures to form ulceration covered by yellowish-white membrane suggests a diagnosis of: a. b. c. Sudden development of intensely red. b.
lymphangioma granular cell myoblastoma* hemangioma lingual thyroid 69. c. acute herpetic stomatitis diphtheria oral thrush* herpangina 12 . c. d. d. b. serum alkaline phosphatase levels are increased? a. Dysphagia. b. c. The most likely diagnosis of the condition is: a.67. sore throat. pharyngeal pain which occurs due to elongated styloid process exerting pressure on pharyngeal wall is known as: a. The white patches could be stripped off leaving a raw. red surface. Pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia was also present. b. In which of the following condition. d. c. Trotter’s syndrome Eagle’s syndrome* Glossopharyngeal neuralgia Orofacial dyskinesia 68.s disease* Osteogenesis imperfecta Osteopetrosis Cherubism 70. it shows cells with extremely granular eosinophillic cytoplasm. Paget. A patient presents with an asymptomatic submucosal lump in his tongue. Diffuse white lesions are seen in the mouth of a 6-month old child who is on antibiotic therapy for the cystic fibrosis. d. b. On histopathologic examination. Most likely diagnosis of the lesion is: a.