MCQ and Short Notes
Time Allowed 2 hours (9-11 AM)
Saturday, May 27, 2006
1. The goal of the surgical treatment of an odontogenic infection is:
2. The straight elevator should be grasped in the fingers and forced down the periodontal membrane at an angle of ___________degrees to the long axis of the root.
3. No: ________________ is the most commonly used scalpel blade in oral surgical procedures
4. Side effects of NSAIDs include the following
5. The following statement is true regarding Reye's syndrome
6. One of the following is not an indication for the use of antibiotics in odontogenic infections:
b) Compromised host defense.
c) Fascial space involvement.
e) None of the above.
7. Aspiration of a golden yellow fluid which will coagulate on standing, suggests:
c) traumatic (solitary) bone cyst.
d) dermoid cyst.
e) all of the above.
f) non of the above.
8. Crepitation and egg-shell crackling could be a sign of:
a) large cystic lesions.
b) malignant tumors.
c) benign tumors.
d) all of the above.
e) non of the above.
f) a and c.
9. The base of the surgical flap should be the__________ portion to maintain proper circulation.
10. High speed contra-angle handpieces are not used for cutting bone as they can cause _________ in an open surgical flap.
11. The lateral rectus muscle of the eye is supplied by
12. Complicated mandibular fracture means
13. Ill-defined borders of an intrabony lesion seen radiographically, may indicate:
b) primary malignant tumors.
c) metastatic tumors.
14. The most aggressive odontogenic cyst is:
15. Arterial bleeding is ________________in nature.
16. ________ is a type of commonly used oral anticoagulant drug.
17. The following can be used in fixation of mandibular fractures
18. During use of antibiotics in treatment of odontogenic infections, one of the following guide lines is wrong:
b) Use the broad-spectrum antibiotic.
c) Use the one with the lowest toxicity and side effects.
d) Use bactericidal, if possible.
19. In management of severe oro-facial infection, one of the following procedures is the most important:
a) Medical support of the patient.
b) Proper antibiotic administration.
c) Incision and drainage.
d) Maintenance of a patent airway.
20. The central unicystic ameloblastoma could be treated with:
21. Sings of mandibular fracture may include the following except
22. Hess chart can be used to assess
23. The role of chemotherapy in oral cancer treatment is:
24. Etiology of oroantral communication include the following
25. Water's view is an occipitomental radiograph taken at
26. Signs and symptoms of tumor of the maxillary sinus may include the following
27. The surgery as a primary modality for treatment of oral cancer should be:
b) associated with radical neck dissection.
f) a and d.
g) b and c.
28. The midface include the following except
29. The ostium of the maxillary sinus opens into
30. Caldwell Luc approaches is performed through
1. What is the name and contents of the local anaesthesia that you used in the clinic and how many cc in each cartridge?
2. Write two different prescriptions of antibiotics you will give to the patient if he has dental infection.
3. What steps you will do before extracting a tooth to a diabetic patient?
4. Write two different prescriptions of a pain medication.
5. The material from which dental implant is made of is ____________
6. Mention a few indications for carrying out Trans-alveolar Extractions.
7. The differential diagnosis of a lateral neck swelling may include:
8. Mention the types of few suturing techniques used in oral surgery.
9. Postoperative hemorrhage may be one of the following types:
11. List four procedures which can be done to maintain patency of the airway
12. List four radiographs that can be used to help in the diagnosis of mandibular fractures
13. The clinical signs and symptoms of an oral cancer may include the following:
14. Stage IV oral cancer means:
15. The differential diagnosis of a soft to firm swelling of the floor of the mouth of 20 years old adult patient may include the following: