1.Multiple supernumerary teeth are most commonly found in?
 A. cherubism.
 B. cretinism.
 C. hypothyroidism.
 D. cleid...
189
5. In radiography, a parallel technique or right angle technique as
opposed to a bisecting angle technique will result...
189
3. A radicular cyst
 A. enlarges rapidly.
 B. infiltrates bone.
 C. contains fluid.
 D. cannot cause cortical bone...
190
2. A clinical finding common to alcoholism, poorly-controlled diabetes
mellitus, uremia and liver disease is
 A. smoo...
190
7. A patient with a white blood cell count of 34,000/mm3 has a differential of
lymphocytes 62%, lymphoblasts 4% and po...
190
8. A syphilitic gumma is most commonly found on the
 A. lip
 B. tongue.
 C. palate.
 D. buccal mucosa
 E. gingiva...
191
2. Radiographically, the anterior palatine foramen may be mistaken for
1. an incisive canal cyst.
2. a median alveolar...
191
3. Which of the following is/are NOT usually affected by hereditary ectodermal
dysplasia?
 A. Salivary glands.
 B. T...
191
7. Which one of the following would be of greatest value in determining the
etiology of an oral ulceration?
 A. Histo...
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Mohamed's oral pathology,medicine and radiography

  1. 1. 1.Multiple supernumerary teeth are most commonly found in?  A. cherubism.  B. cretinism.  C. hypothyroidism.  D. cleidocranial dysplasia.  E. Down's syndrome.   189
  2. 2. 189 5. In radiography, a parallel technique or right angle technique as opposed to a bisecting angle technique will result in 1. less gonadal radiation. 2. greater entrance dosage. 3. less dimensional distortion. 4. a more heterogenous beam of X-rays.  A. (1) (2) (4)  B. (2) and (3)  C. (2) and (4)  D. (1) and (3)  E. All of the above. White p 90
  3. 3. 189 3. A radicular cyst  A. enlarges rapidly.  B. infiltrates bone.  C. contains fluid.  D. cannot cause cortical bone expansion.  E. is associated with a vital tooth. .
  4. 4. 190 2. A clinical finding common to alcoholism, poorly-controlled diabetes mellitus, uremia and liver disease is  A. smooth tongue.  B. increased blood pressure.  C. coated tongue.  D. labial fissures.  E. halitosis.
  5. 5. 190 7. A patient with a white blood cell count of 34,000/mm3 has a differential of lymphocytes 62%, lymphoblasts 4% and polymorphonuclear leukocytes 34%. The most likely form of leukemia is  A. aleukemic.  B. granulocytic.  C. monocytic.  D. lymphocytic.  E. plasma cell.
  6. 6. 190 8. A syphilitic gumma is most commonly found on the  A. lip  B. tongue.  C. palate.  D. buccal mucosa  E. gingiva. Oral andmaxillofacial path p 190 Regizi p 29
  7. 7. 191 2. Radiographically, the anterior palatine foramen may be mistaken for 1. an incisive canal cyst. 2. a median alveolar cyst. 3. a radicular cyst. 4. a naso-alveolar cyst. 5. a globular maxillary cyst.  A. (1) and (3)  B. (2) and (4)  C. (2) and (5)  D. (2) and (3)  E. (1) and (5).
  8. 8. 191 3. Which of the following is/are NOT usually affected by hereditary ectodermal dysplasia?  A. Salivary glands.  B. Teeth.  C. Sweat glands.  D. Hair.  E. Fingernails.
  9. 9. 191 7. Which one of the following would be of greatest value in determining the etiology of an oral ulceration?  A. History of the oral lesion.  B. Cytological smear.  C. Systemic evaluation.  D. Laboratory tests.

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