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Give an account on:
1- Give an account on Peritubular dentin. 2- Give an account on Interglobular dentin. 3- Give an account on Granular layer of Tomes'. 4- Give an account on the dentinal tubules. 5- Give full account on the theories of pain transmission through dentine. 6- Give an account on the formative cells of the periodontal ligament. 7- Give an account on the dental pulp with reference to age changes 8- Give full account on the age changes of cementum. 9- Give an account on the structure of the blood vessels. 10- Give an account on the osteoblast cell. 11- Give short account on three of the following: a) True and false denticles. b) Cellular elements of the pulp. c) Calcification of the pulp. d) Dead tracts and sclerotic dentine. e) Incremental lines of dentine and cementum. 12- Give an account on four of the following: a) Age changes of the pulp. b) Odontoblastic processes & dentinal tubules. c) Secondary dentine. d) Cellular cementum. e) Odontoblast. f) Cementoblast. g) Accessory root canals. 13- Give an account on the plexus of Raschkow. 14- Give an account on dentin incremental lines. 15- Give an account on dentine innervations.

16- Give an account on dentine mineralization. 17- Give an account on accessory root canals. 18- Give an account on transparent (Sclerotic Dentin). 19- Give an account on dead tracts. 20- Give short account on the functions of cementum. 21- Give short account on the intermediate cementum. 22- Give short account on Afibrillar Cementum. 23- Give an account on the function of dental pulp. 24- Give full account on synthetic cells of the pulp. 25- Give full account on interglobular dentin & Tomes' granular layer. 26- Give an account on synthetic cells of the periodontal ligament. 27- Give an account on resorptive cells of the periodontal ligament. 28- Give an account on defensive cells of the periodontal ligament. 29- Give an account on principal fibers of the periodontal ligament. 30- Give an account on blood & nerve supply of the periodontal ligament. 31- Give an account on functions of the periodontal ligament. 32- Give an account on age changes of the periodontal ligament. 33- Give an account on development of the periodontal ligament. 34- Give an account on histological structures of the periodontal ligament. 35- Give short notes on the difference between Mantle & Circumpulpal dentin. 36- Give short notes on the types of dentin. 37- Give short notes on the types of cementum. 38- Write short notes on hypercementosis. 39- Write short notes on life cycle of odontoblast. 40- Give short notes on life history of odontoblast. 41- Give short notes on cementogenesis. 42- Give short notes on age changes of cementum. 43- Give short notes on defensive cells of the pulp. 44- Give short notes on functions of the pulp. 45- Give short notes on age changes of the pulp. 46- Give short notes on pulp stones.

47- Give short notes on cause of formation of accessory root canals. 48- Give short account on: a) Development of the central nervous system. b) Structure and anatomy of the first bronchial arch. c) Derivatives of the first branchial arch. d) Development of the face. e) Development of secondary palate. f) Development of the 2/3 of the tongue. 49- Give an account on the different types of tongue papillae and the distribution of taste sensation. 50- Give an account on the gingival ligament. 51- Give an account on active and passive eruption. 52- Give full account on interglobular dentin and tome's granular layer. 53- Give short account on enamel spindle. 54- Give short account intertubular dentin. 55- Perikymata (short account). 56- Give an account on synthetic cells of the periodontal ligament. 57- Give an account on true and false denticles 58- Give short accounts on the incremental line of dentin and cementum. 59- Give full account on synthetic cells of the pulp. 60- Give full account on dentinal tubules. 61- Give an account on the functions of the dental pulp. 62- Write short accounts on: a) Bone cells. b) Osteoclasts. c) Bone Resorption.

d) Bone matrix components. e) Compact bone. f) Incremental lines of bone (cement lines). g) Non lamellated bone. 63- Give short account on: a) The Tempro mandibular joint. (Illustrate your answer with labeled diagram). b) The Condyle. c) The glenoid fossa and articular eminence. d) The intra-articular Disk. (Illustrate your answer with labeled diagram). e) The synovial membrane. f) Innervation of the joint. g) TMJ Function. 64- Give short account on: a) Myoepithelial cells. b) Oncocytes. c) Intercalated Ducts. d) Blood Supply of salivary glands. e) Minor salivary glands. f) Functions of salivary glands. g) Age changes of salivary glands. 65- Give an account on the pulp cells and age changes. 66- Give an account on the function of the pulp. 67- Give an account on the acellular cementum. 68- Give an account on the functions of periodontal ligament. 69- Give an account on the cellular elements of periodontal ligament and its age changes.

Discuss:
1- Discuss incremental lines of dentin. 2- Discuss dentin enervation. 3- Discuss pulp cells. 4- Discuss the functions of the pulp. 5- Discuss this statement: The relation between cementum & enamel at the cervical region of the teeth is variable. 6- Discuss function of the periodontal ligament. 7- Discuss the age changes of dentine. 8- Discuss :Theories of pain transmission through dentin. 9- Discuss the histology of the soft palate. 10- Discuss the histology of the dento-gingival junction. 11- Discuss odland body in keratinized and non keratinized epithelium. 12- Discuss the functions of the P.L. 13- Discuss the eruptive movements during the eruptive stage.

Compare:
1- Compare between sclerotic dentin & dead tracts. 2- Compare between mantle dentin & circumpulpal dentin. 3- Compare between true & false denticles. 4- Compare between secondary & tertiary dentin. 5- Compare between pulp stones & cementicles. 6- Compare between functions of the pulp & functions of the periodontal ligaments. 7- Compare between Tomes' granular layer & Interglobular dentin. 8- Compare between the reparative dentin & irregular secondary dentin. 9- Compare between the regular and irregular secondary dentin. 10- Compare between the cellular and acellular cementum. 11- Compare between peritubular dentine and intertubular dentine 12- Compare between incremental lines of Von Ebner and incremental lines of Salter 13- Compare between reticular atrophy and pulp calcifications 14- Compare between true and false pulp stones 15- Compare between sclerotic dentin and dead tracts. 16- Compare between mantle dentin and circum pulpal dentin. 17- Compare between true and false denticles. 18- Compare between secondary and tertiary dentin. 19- Compare between regular and irregular secondary dentin: 20- Compare between mantle dentin and circum pulpal dentin. 21- Compare between tome's granular layer and interglobular D. 22- Compare and contrast between Tom's granular layer and interglobular dentin.

Describe:
1- Describe the histology of human dental pulp. 2- Describe the function of human dental pulp. 3- Describe the histogenesis of intermediate & afibrillar cementum. 4- Describe the defensive cells of the pulp. 5- Describe the histogenesis of intermediate and afibriller cementum. 6- Describe the defensive cells of the pulp.

Give reason for the following statements:
1- The mouth opens at once upon pressure. 2- Blood vessels of the periodontal ligament does not collapse upon pressure. 3- Lamellar bone is so termed. 4- The increased radiopacity of the bundle bone. 5- Mucous acini appear pale. 6- The collagen fibers show alternating dark and light bands when viewed in polarized light. 7- About two-thirds of the glycosaminoglycan of the disc is chondroitin sulphate. 8- Cells in the intra-articular disk exhibit considerable quantities of vimentin intermediate filaments.

Define:
1- Bone. 2- Osteocytes. 3- Interstitial lamellae. 4- The Endosteum. 5- The alveolar process. 6- The Tempro mandibular joint. 7- Development of the joint.

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