AIPG 2011 Dental Questions Recall

c. resistant to masticatory stress and forces d. resistant to inflammatory changes 8. Type of bone present in interradicular area a. cortical b. cancellous c. osteophytic d. exophyric 9. type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth - cortical - cancellous - exophytic - osteophytic 10. most common cause of drymouth in adults - tarnquilizers - anti-histaminics - insulin - birth control pills 11. most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma wear facets tooth mobility enamel cracks cuspal fracture 12. probable etiology of gingivosis is high progesterone levels def of estrogen and testosterone pregnancy aldosterone deficiency 13. supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time. plaque mass decreases plaque microflora becomes more gram positive plaque microflora becomes more gram negative plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal 14. difference between sub and supragingival calculus is related to pH of saliva death of leukocytes

1. 'indifferent' fibers are a. elastic fibers b. oxytalan fibers c. collagen fibers d. None of the above 2. Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in a.Shallow sulcus b. gingival pocket formation c. infrabony pocket formation d. periodontal pocket formation 3. Gingival clefts may be formed by a. occlusal disharmonies b. faulty tooth brushing c. normal frenum attachment d. use of dental floss 4. Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ? a. desquamative gingivitis b. ANUG c.juvenile periodontitis d. erythema multiforme 5. ADH from a. pre optic b. supra optic c. para venticular d. post optic 6. blood coagualation defect not seen? a. after taking brufen b. thalasamia c. VWF defiecien d. 7. attached gingiva is a. always stippled b. non keratinized

hemolysis of erythrocytes all of the above 15. which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans motile bacteria are predominant spirochetes are evident microscopically gram negative bacteria are predominant bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption 16. delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues -all of the above 17. which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess -type of exhudate-nature of swelling -intensity of pain -result of periodontal probing 18. which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population. -pma index -gingival index -periodontal index -sulcus bleeding index 19. which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent -plaque component of periodontal disease index -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index -modified Quingley Hein plaque index -all of the above

20. following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas -php index -plaue index by silness and loe - modified Navy plaque index - glass criteria for scoring debris 21. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of -fibroblases -neutrophils -lymphocytes -plasma cells 22. teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are -lower first molars and upper anteriors -lower premolars and upper canines -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars Q23. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by 1 bacteria 2 fungi 3 virus 4 bacteria superadded on virus Q24. Coeliac plexus is located: 1. 2. 3. 4. Anterolateral & around the aorta Posterolateral & around the aorta Anteromedial to lumbar sympathetic chain Posterolateral to lumbar sympathetic chain

Q25. hypercapnia causes low blood pH high blood ph no change none Q26. Radiograph alone can diagnose: 1. Periodontal pocket 2. Periodontal abscess 3. Anatomic root length

4. Bifurcation involvement Q27. When pins are used in amalgam, strength of amalgam: 1. 2. 3. 4. Deceases Increases Remains same May increase or decrease

A PLEXUS CALLED THE '' INDIFFERENT FIBER PLEXUS''. Q32. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of fibroblases neutrophils lymphocytes plasma cells Q33. Gingival clefts may be formed by occlusal disharmonies faulty tooth brushing normal frenum attachment use of dental floss Q34. In short which of the following is not and effect of increased prolactin level,.. a. Visual field defects b. Gonadal dysfunction c. Headache d. Exccessive lactation Q35. Mother donated one kidney to her daughter, what type of graft is it? Allo....... Xeno Auto Iso Q36. high viscocity saliva related to increase caries in children a. really true b. partially true c. partially false d. really false Q37. 'not sensory to palate? a. facial n b , glossopharyngeal n c. asending pharyngeal n d. vagus Q38. dengue hemorrhagic fever caused by 1 bacteria 2 fungi

Q28. Most common cause of TMJ ankylosis is: 1. 2. 3. 4. Trauma Development disturbances Infection Atrophy

Q29. parenteral nutrion which is not given fibre micronutrient carbohydrate fat Q30. a young boy had a radio opaque area found at the apex of a permant tooth wid deep caries !!! condensing osteitis apical periodontitis chronic periodontitis ??????????????? Q31. 'indifferent' fibers are a. elastic fibers@@@@@@@@@@@ b. oxytalan fibers c. collagen fibers d. None of the above D ans for dis s COLLAGEN FIBERS ONLY ref - carranza 9th ed pg no. 38, its also given in glickmann's clinical periodontology.............. Both d book states- In addition to these fibers types i.e. principal collagen, oxytalan n eluanin, SMALL COLLAGEN FIBERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LARGE PRINCIPAL COLLAGEN FIBERS HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED. THESE FIBERS RUN IN ALL DIRECTIONS FROM

3 virus 4 bacteria superadded on virus Q39. involuntary movement of eye ball by a. visual cortex b. cerebellum c.? d. ? Q40. 'ant ethmoidal n suplies all except? a. ethmoidal air cells b. maxillary sinus c, dural sheath of ant cranial fossa d. interior of nasal cavity Q41. 'nitrates are not used in a. CCF b. esophageal spasm c. renal colic d. cyanide poisoning Q42. whch 1 not converted to an active metabolite? a. quinapril b. fosinapril c. benzopril d. lisnopril Few other questions

b. c. d.letrozol 5.both CMI and HUMORAL IMMUNITY are best elicted by? a.polysacchride Ag b.protein Ag c. d.lipid Ag 6.which of these drugs interacts with warfarin but doesnt increase INR a. OCP b.metoclopramide c. d.erythromycin time for interferon therapy a. when virus enters cell b.DNA/RNA replication c.protein replication d.uncoating of virus 8. common occupational disease a.lung ca ca @@@@ c.liver ca d.leukemia 9. all cause secondary polycythemia except a.high altitude b.hemangioblastoma c.myeloproliferative disorder pheochromocytoma 10. decrased metbolic rate is seen in a.obesity @@@@ b.hyperthyrodism c.feeding d.exercise 11. which of the following tests is not used for detection for specic aneuploidy? a.FISH b.RT-PCR c.lQF-PCR d.microarray@@@@@@@2 12. all cause secondary polycythemia except a.high altitude b.hemangioblastoma c.myeloproliferative disorder @@@@??????? pheochromocytoma 13. not carrying parasympathetic fibres? a.trochlear @@@@@@@2 b.facial c.occulomotor

1.not an occupational disease a.lung ca ca c.liver ca d.leukemia 2.all are STD except a.herpes b.scabies c.candida d.mycobacterium leprae 3.minimum score of GCS a.1 b.3@@ c.7 d. 4.all are used in pitutary adenoma except a.orlistat

d, glossopharyngeal 14. sensory supply of soft palate facial vagus glossopharyngeal maxillary 15. all of true relation to scrub typhus except? a.mites act as reservior b.tetra is the drug of choice c.transmitted when aduld mites feed on hosts @@@@@@ d, 16. fulmiative hepatitis in pregnant woman by a.hep C b.HEP B c.HEP D d, HEP E Q17. india aims to eliminate which of the following diseases by 2015? a.malaria b.filariasis @@@@ c.kala azar d,TB 18. interdental col is prone to inflammation bcz epithelium is non keratinized plaque accumulates is difficult to clean all of d above 19. sulcular membrane acts as semipermeable membrane through which bacterial products pass thru saliva fluid from gingiva seeps into saliva both none 20. attached gingiva is always stippled non keratinized resistant to masticatory forces resistant to inflammatory changes 21. m/c cause of dry mouth in adults tranquillizers anti histaminics insulin birth control pills 22. m/c clinical sign of trauma occlusal trauma wear facet tooth mobility

enamel fracture cusp fracture 23. probable etiology of gingivitis high progesterone deficiency of estrogen n testosterone preganancy aldosterone 24. supragingival plaque undergoes which of d foll changes wid time plaque microflora bcms more g-ve plaque microflora bcms more g+ve 25. difference betwn color of supragingival n sub gingival calculus ph death of wbc haemolysis of rbc all of d above 26. in multiple myeloma [ bence jones ] which 1 of the following is seen? a.alpha heavy chain disease b.gamma heavy chain disease heavy chain disease@@@@@@ d,epsilon heavy chain disease 27. mass chemoprophylaxis is endemic area recommended for all the following except?? a.yaws b.filariasis c.leprosy@@@@@@@@@@@ d,trachoma 28. The following are true about tetanus acquired through traumatic wound: a. Clostridium tetani travels via the nerves to the anterior horn cells in the spinal cord b. the tetanospasmin component of the exotoxin acts on the post-synaptic neurones and prevents impulse transmission. c. the patient should be given antitoxin intravenously d. the presence of Clostridium tetani in the wound can be identified by a positive Nagler reaction

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