February RQS

February 8
1- tooth is intruded after trauma, what the result?
-pulp necrosis
-Internal resorption
2- Plaque indices primarily for:
-Patient motivation
-monitoring of gingival inflammation
-other options
3- the occlusogingival (effect or somthing like )of fixed prosthesis varies? – directly with cube of length of pontic
-Indirectly with the occlusogingival square of the pontic
-Directly with the occlusogingival cup of the pontic
-Directly with span width of the pontic
4-Questions about Systematic desensitization
5- Probing depth is 2 mm on the facial surface of tooth 30 and the distance from free gingival to mucgingival junction is 3mm, what is the width of attached gingiva?
-0 ,1, 2, 3 mm?( answer is 1 mm)
6- What is best and most accurate diagnostic to check extent of periapical lesion with deep Cavity ?
A- cbct
B- panoramic
C- occlusal review
7- Too opaque porcelain?
-Inadequet reduction preparation
-metal is so thick
8- Cyclic neutropenia :
– Absolute neutrofil count
-periodic CBC
-One CBC with differential
9- Probing depth= 6mm, recession on facial surface 6mm, free gingiva is 2mm beyond the CEJ , what is the Clinical attachment loss?
-2, 4, 6,8 ( 6 and 2= 8 MM)
10- Loss of fungiform papillae and macrocytic anemia, which vitamin deficiency ?
-A, B,C,D ( b12)
11- During preparation Class 2 when do the pulpal floor prepandicular with the axial wall , which tooth has the most pulpal exposure possibility?
-Max pemolar
-Mad premolar
-another tooth
-all have the same possibility
12- How does wheezing happen ?
So difficult options , know it well
13- Gingival hypertrophy: Amyldipine(ask 2 times)
14- Child has aggressive periodontitis, what are the teeth involved:
-permanet molars and incisors
-primary molars
15- Corrosion resistance:
-Nickl
-Chromium
16- What touch over extended max denture on the buccal flange with?
-Coronoid process
-Zygomatic process
17- Tooth fracture with little dentin involvment what type depend on Ellis classification( or something like that)?
-Type: 1,2,3,4 ( class 3)
18- What is the difference between perio classification 2017 and formal classification(I can’t remember exactly)?
-Methods to define attachment loss
-Relation with systemic diseases
19- What is the most common caries?
-Pit and fissures, root, proximal, smooth
20- What us the function of polymer?
21- in which occlusion the posterior teeth doesn’t occlude nor response to working and non working movements?
-Mutullay protected occlusion
-Lingualized Occlusion
-Group function
22- What is the least occlusal overload that affect on the implant?
-Bruxism
-flat occlusal surfaces
-interferences
-Cantilever
23- What can diagnosis from perapical radiograph?
-canal calcification
-pulp necrosis
-buccal curvature
24-What is the function of implant analage?
25-Skin nodules , multiple osteomas in the jaw, what is the diagnosis?
-Medullary carcinoma of the thyroid
-Basal cell carcinoma of the nose
-Another options
26-Keyway in casted post and core ?
-Increase surface area for good retention
-prevent rotation
27- Epinephrine primarily in ocal anesthetic ?
-Prevent hemostat
increase diffusion in the nerve fibers
– retards absorption to systemic circulation
28-Definition of combination clasp? ( retention arm wrought reciprocal – cast)
29-what is important in kenedy class 3 partial dentures? ( direct retainer and rest)

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Hey guys
These are my RQs. Sorry I could not make a file.
I hope it helps. I will keep them updating as n when I recollect. All d best to all d exam goers.

6th February Day 1
📛 definition of confidence interval
📛 discrimination based on caste creed- no justice in d options
📛 managing emergencies- again no justice in the options
📛if replacing mercury with composite- veracity
📛 if u r asking a young patient whether he will need assistance with getting into a dental chair or he will do it by himself – contract ACT n different acts in d options
📛risk of infection from OPIM – least to most ( I chose HIV hepatitis C, hepatitis B ) different sequence
📛 gardner n peutz jegher common – GI polyp
📛 not given in MI- epinephrine
📛 objective of treatment of hyperventilation – increase pCO2 in d blood
📛 lip swelling after dental impression- angioedema
📛 anaphylactic tretment- epi
📛 sever asthmaa- epi
📛 complication of ludwigs- swelling of epiglottis
📛histamine n epinephrine- physiologic antagonist
📛 around dental implant- epithelium is attached by hemidesmossome
📛distal step – class 2
📛 retromolar surgery – mostly damaged is lingual nerve
📛 picture of complicated fracture of crown ( involving pulp)
📛 2 Kennedy classifications
📛 hyperparathyroidism- browns tumor
📛 xerostomai – cervical caries
📛 prophylaxis needed in septal defect – yes
📛 palmer plantar keratosis description – papiilon lever syndrome
📛 width of attached gingiva
📛 width of kerarinised gingiva – attached gingiva +free gingiva
📛 bleeding points in gingivectomy- to guide placement of incision
📛gingivitis is defined by >10% BOP positive
📛 active infection – BOP positive
📛 2 LA calculations questions from Tuft pharmac
📛 one half life calculation question from Tuft pharmac 2 g drug every 4 hr half life, how much after 3rd dose- answer is 3.5
📛 in already exposed roots what not to do – crown leghthning
📛 weird question asking for Nikolskys positive n No pemphigus n erythema multiforme in d options
📛 over d counter desensitizer – potassium nitrate
📛 alcohol syndrome feature – mid face hypoplasia , cleft lip
📛 dangerous infection from face – cavernous asked twice
📛 reason for fracture of porcelain n metal – difference of thermal coefficient
📛 difference between cast n noble metal
📛 damage it FGG donor site- greater Palatine vessel
📛 most commonly seen in acute abscess – swelling
📛 Apex locator what it detects n what it does not detect 2 Qs – not used in curved n dilacerated.
📛 actinomycosis – filamentous bacteria
📛 root caries – GIC
📛 erythema – first degree burn
📛 HPV vaccination most effective – when given before being sexually active
📛 kissing lesion – candidiasis
📛 antianginal – propranolol
📛 antiarrythmic – quinidine
📛 LDD – minocycline in d options
📛 APF conc- 1.23%
📛neurological problem causing paralysis- cerebral palsy
📛 if nausea after NO2 – 100 % oxygen
📛cancellous bone graft – no structural integrity
📛 multiple skin nodule + pigmentation – neurofibromatosis
📛 fibrous tiberosity removal- v shaped incisions undermining d flaps
📛 systemic antifungal- ketoconazole
📛2 class cavities – prepare larger n restore smaller

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