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1.superior orbital fissure


A.pterygoid hamulus
B.spinous foramen
C.oval foramen
D.round foramen
2.infratemporal fossa
A.
B.
C.
D.
3.
A.external oblique line
B.fornix vestibuli
C.mentalis muscle
D.mandibular foramen
4.
A.disuse atrophy
B.body
C.residual bony ridge
configuration
D.shrinkage of the arch

5.levator labii superiorisquadratusmuscle

A.
B.
C.
D.
6.lateral pterygoid muscle
A.depression
B.elevation
C.depression
D.elevation
7.

A.buccinator
B.medial pterygoid muscle
C.mylohyoid muscle
D.hyoglossus muscle
8.
A.
B.
C.
D.
9.sphenomandibular ligament
A.angular spine of sphenoid bone
B.posterior border of ramus
C.dislocation
D.Meckelsremnant
10.
A.
B.
C.
D.postmental groove

11.

A.1zygomatic major muscle


B.2parotid duct
C.3platysma
D.4submandibular gland
12.
A.
B.
C.
D.
13.
A.
B.
C.
D.
14.anterior branches of external carotid artery
A.superior thyroid artery
B.lingual artery
C.facial artery
D.ascending pharyngeal artery
15.


A.1carotid artery
B.2external jugular vein
C.3transverse cervical artery
D.4subclavian artery
16.

A.4middle meningeal artery


B.5buccal artery
C.11mental artery
D.12angular artery
17.
A.submental lymph node
B.submandibular lymph node
C.anterior superior deep cervical lymph node
D.retropharyngeal lymph node
18.
A.buccal artery
B.lingual artery
C.sublingual artery
D.facial artery
19.ophthalmic nerve
A.nasociliary nerve
B.frontal nerve
C.lacrimal nerve
D.infraorbital nerve
20.trigeminal nervesphenoid bone

A.superior orbital fissure
B.foramen rotundum
C.foramen ovale
D.jugular foramen
21.buccal nerve
A.maxillary nerve
B.mandibular nerve
C.facial nerve
D.glossopharyngeal nerve
22.stylomastoid foramen
A.trigeminal nerve
B.facial nerve
C.stylomastoid nerve
D.acoustic nerve
23.Palmer
A.12
B.23
C.
D.63
24.
A.
B.
C.
D.
25.
A.
B.cusp ridge
C.cusp ridge
D.cusp ridge
26.
A.
B.
C.
D.
27.
A.buccal viewbulging
shoulders & angular outline
B.occlusal viewoval outline
C.proximal viewbuccal cusp
lingual cusp
D.21
28.palatal canal

A.1/3
B.1/3
C.1/3
D.1/3
29.dens in dente
A.enamel organ
B.
C.
D.
30.Universal Numbering System
A.1
B.6
C.14
D.16
31.perikymata
A.
B.
C.
D.
32.
A.
B.
C.
D.
33.
A.
B.
C.
D.cervical ridge
34.
A.narrower
B.
C.buccolingual width1/3occlusal
third
D.bifurcation2~3 mm
35.
A.muscle relaxants
B.pain medication
C.
D.
36.
A.articular fossa
B.
C.
D.
37.
A.mesioincisal angle
B.distoincisal angle
C.mesioincisal angle
D.distoincisal angle
38.incisal edgetwist
A.
B.
C.
D.
39.mesial marginal ridge

A.80
B.90
C.100
D.110
40.cusp
A.
B.
C.
D.
41.2transverse ridge?
A.
B.
C.
D.
42.pulp horn
A.
B.
C.
D.
43.
A.22
B.12
C.
D.
44.
A.3
B.4
C.
D.2
45. buccopharyngeal membrane

A.1
B.2
C.3
D.4
46.Meckels cartilage

A.
B.
C.
D.
47.ameloblast
A.ectoderm
B.mesoderm
C.endoderm
D.mesodermendoderm
48. dental lamina
A.
B.Malassez
C.
D.
49.
A.
B.
C.
D.
50. perikymata
A.striae of Retzius
B.
C.lamellae
D.enamel tufts
51.intertubular dentincollagen fibrils
A.
B.
C.
D.
52. reparative dentin
A.dental follicle cells
B.
C.
D.
53.dendritic cell
A.
B.foreign antigenB
C.process
D.15%
54. dentin sensitivity
A.direct innervation of dentin
B.odontoblasts as the receptors
C.hydrodynamic theory
D.chemomediator theory
55.cellular cementumacellular cementum

A.
B.cementoid
C.
D.phenotype
56.
A.
B.
C.
D.
57.

A.25%
B.50%
C.75%
D.100%
58.Birbeck granules
A.Merkel cell
B.Langerhans cell
C.melanocyte
D.granular cell
59.

A.
B.
C.
D.
60.atrophicfriable

A.filiform papilla
B.Langerhans cells
C.Fordyce's spots
D.lamina propriacollagen
61.minor salivary glands
A.epithelium
B.lamina propria
C.submucosa
D.connective tissue papilla
62. ductprimary saliva
electrolyte modification
A.striated duct
B.intercalated duct
C.intralobular excretory duct
D.interlobular excretory duct
63.pattern of shedding
A.
B.
C.
D.
64.

shedding


A.
B.
C.
D.
65.autocrineparacrine
chondrocytic differentiation and proliferation
A.PTHrP
B.JNK
C.NF-B
D.c-Fos
66.
A.fibrous joint
B.cartilaginous joint
C.fibrocartilaginous joint
D.synovial joint
67.
A.electrostatic interaction
B.hydrophobic interaction
C.hydrogen bond
D.disulfide bond
68.fluidityfatty acids
proteins carbohydrates cholesterol
A.
B.
C.
D.
69.TCA cycle
A.1NADH3FADH21GTP
B.2NADH2FADH21GTP
C.2NADH2FADH22GTP
D.3NADH1FADH21GTP
70.Scatchard plotreceptorligandaffinity

A.X
B.Y
C.
D.
71.
A.glycogenglucose
B.
C.glycogen
D.
72. IMPAMP
A.ATP
B.GMP
C.AMP
D.GTP
73.heme
A.
B.bilirubin
C.bilirubinglucuronic acidconjugation

D.bilirubinglucuronic acidconjugation
jaundice
74.Aspartate transcarbamoylasepyrimidine nucleotides

A.ATP
B.GTP
C.CTP
D.UTP
75.DNAlagging strandRNADNA
A.topoisomerase
B.DNA polymerase I
C.DNA ligase
D.primase (DnaG)
76.E. coli DNA polymerase IIIDNA
A.5 3
B.3 5
C.3 55 3
D.DNA
77. DNA
A.LysArg
B.GluAsp
C.GlyVal
D.SerThr
78.cloning vector
A.replication origin
B.selectable marker
C.cloning sites
D.enhancer element
79.leucine zipper
A.DNA
B.6leucine
C.dimerDNA
D.basic region
80.BacteriophageDNAbacteriophage
A.integrase
B.integration host factor
C.RecA
D.RecBCD