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1. postoperative

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pain

A.
B.<>
C.
D.
2.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
3.
electric

pulp test
false positive

A.
B.
C.<>
D.
4. electronic

apex locator

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
5. nerve
A. central

fiber

zone
pulp proper AC

B. cell-rich

zone

C.<> cell-free

zone

D. dentinoblastodontoblastzone
6.

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A.
B.<>
C. anachoresis

teeth
7. acute apical periodontitis

D. cracked

A.
B. non-epitheliazed
C.<> neutrophils
D.

Torabinejad Symptomatic Apical Periodontitis

8.

A.<>
B.
C.

E2PGE2

E2PGE2

50%cholesterol clefts

Leukotriene B4LTB4
9.
D.

A. urea

hydrogen peroxide

B. hydrogen

peroxide

C. Carbamide

peroxide
D.<> urea
10. NiTi

alloy

A. superelasticity
B. martensitic

transformation

C. austenite
D.<>
11. post
A. parallel

posttapered postretention

B. wedging

effect

C. apex
D.<> tensile
12.

forceshear force

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A.<> parallel

projection

B. bisecting

angle projection

C. bitewing

projection

D. panoramic

radiographs)
13.
A. defectpattern
B.
C. EPT
D.<> mobility

test

14. defect
A.
B.
C. prognosis
D.<> horizontal

resorption

15.
A.
B.
C.
D.<> sclerotic

dentin

16.
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
17. inflammatory
A. mast

resorption

cells

B. neutrophil

cells

C.<> multinucleated
D. Langerhans

giant cells

cells

18.

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A. 0.5

mm
B. 1 mm
C.<> 2

mm

D. 3

mm
19. collagen
A.<> fibroblasts
B. odontoblast
C.
D.
20. symptomatic

apical periodontitis

mediators
A. P

substance P

B.<> prostaglandins
C. bradykinin
D. serotonin
21.

odontoblast layercell-rich zonepulp proper


cell-free zone
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
22. internal

resorption

A.<> multinucleated
B. pulp

giant cells

test

C. external

resorption

D.
23. interappointment

flare-up

A.
B.<> regional
C.
D.

flare-up

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temporary pares

hypochlorite
periradicular tissues

24. sodium

A.
B.
C.
D.<>
25.
A. epinephrine
B. ferric

pellet

sulfateepinephrine

C.<> ferric
D. ferric

sulfate

sulfate

26. portals

of exit

A.<> enamel
B. bone
C. cementum
D. dentin
27. tensile
A. 20

MPa3000 PSI

B.<> 40
C. 60

strength

MPa6000 PSI

MPa9000 PSI

D. 120

MPa18000 PSI
28.
A.
B.<>
C.
D.
29. caries

activitypredictor

A.
B.
C.

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D.<>
30.
A. diameter

of dentin tubule

B. dryness
C.<> area

of intertubular dentin

of dentin tubule
31. Urgent phase
Control phase Reevaluation phase Definitive
phase Maintenance phaseactive disease

D. permeability

A. Urgent

phase

B.<> Control

phase

phase
D. Definitive phase

C. Reevaluation

32.
A. 99

inch

B. 77

inch

C.<> 55

inch

D. 33

inch
33.
A.
B.
C.<> sticky

wax

D. punch
34.
A. 1/2

inch12.6 mm

B.<> 1/4
C. 1/8

BC

inch6.3 mm

inch3.15 mm

D. 1/16

nch1.58 mm
35. polymerization

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A. 100~150

nm
B. 240~360 nm
C.<> 460~480 nm
D. 600~650

nm
36. proximal box
bevel
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
37. secondary

mechanical retention

A. groove
B. slot
C.<> retentive

pin

D. dovetail
38. trituration
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
39. overcontouring

A.<> natural

tooth

B. food

impaction

C. bone

loss

D.
40. enamel

rod

A.
B.<>
C.

4m

D.

8m

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41.

A.
B.
C.<>
D.
42.
A. HF
B. silane

coupling agent

C.<> resin

primer

bonding agent
43. soft-start light-curing
D. resin

A.
B.
C.<>
D.
44. compensation
A.<> precure
B. self
C. C-factor

curingadaptation

D. plastic

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deformation

45. gold

standard

contingency table D D area

A. true

positive

B. false

positive

C. false

negative

D.<> true

negative

46.
A.
B.
C.<> incomplete
D.
47. spoon

excavatorsharpening

A.
B.
C.
D.<>
48. glass

ionomer restorative materials

A.<>
B.
C.
D.

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fr

49. axiogingival

line angleaxioincisal line angleretention groove


cove
A. 330

B.<> 1/4
C. 245

D. 169L

50. CAD/CAM
A. metal
B.<> ceramics
C. composites

ionomers
51.
D. glass

A.
B. filler
C.
D.<> increment
52. gold

3 mm

inlay or onlay

retention
A. circumference
B.
parallelconvergence
C.<> longer
D. gingival

walls

wallpinholes

53. keratohyalin

bodieskeratin

A. stratum

corneum

B.<> stratum
C. stratum

toward occlusal

granulosum

spinosum

basale
54.
D. stratum

A.

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B.<>
C.
D.

Periodontal Index for


Treatment NeedsCPITN

55. Community

x
2

4
1

3
3

A.
B.
C.
D.<>
56.
A.
B.
C.<>

1981 Waerhaug tip of the papilla 2

mm
60%
57.
D.

A.
B.
C.
D.<>
58. hemiseptum
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
59.

A. adaptation

stage0-4 days
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stage4-21 days

B.<> proliferation

C. attachment

stage27-28 days

stage 2-3
60. EmdogainTM
D. maturation

A. PDGFplatelet
B. BMPbone

derivative growth factor

morphogenetic proteins

C.<> amelogenin
D. EGFepithelial

growth factor
61. Gingivectomy
A. 0.25

mm

B.<> 0.50
C. 0.75

mm

mm

D. 1.0

mm
62. maintenance
A.
B.<> phase
C. phase

I therapy

II therapy

III therapy
63. infective endocarditis
D. phase

A. Streptococcus

viridansLactobacillus species

B.

amoxicillin 2g

actinomycetemcomitans amox
tetracycline

C.<> A.

D.

chlorohexidine

64. extrinsic

A. bleeding

time
B.<> prothrombin time
C. thrombin

clotting time
D. partial thromboplastin time

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pathway

65. osteoblast
A. titanium
B. hydroxyapatite
C. titanium

alloy

D.<> /cobalt/chrome

mucosacollagen
fibroblast collagenfibroblast
nonattached

66. periimplant

A.
B.
C.<>
D.
67. col
A.
B.<>
C.
D.

Cortellini supportive
periodontal carerisk

68.

A. 1
B. 5
C. 10
D.<> 50
69. TH3

cell cytokineTGF-
switch

A.<> IgA
B. IgE
C. IgG
D. IgM

35

70.

A.
B.

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C.<>
D.
71. root

concavity

A.

mesiobuccal root

B.<>
C.

distobuccal root

mesial root

D.

1964 Silness Le plaque index

72.

A. 1
B. 2
C.<> 3
D. 4
73. periodontalendodontic

A. X

B.<> pulp
C.
D.
74.
A. early
B.

stage of gingivitis lymphocytic cells T-cells

advanced gingivitis plasma cells

C.<> Th

Tc 1:2 1:1 AIDS 2:1

B-cells
75. chlorhexidine
D.

A.<>
B.

chlorhexidine acetate

C.

chlorhexidine

D.
76.

A.

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B.<>
C.
D.
77.
A.<> apically
B. subgingival

positioned flap

curettage

C. modified

Widman flap

positioned flap
78.
D. laterally

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
79. SPT

A.<>
B.

6 12 36

6 1 5

C.

D.

80.

A. 1.5

B.<> 2.8
C. 3.4

D. 6.8

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