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 1.
1. Hanau
 
2. Frush and Fisher
 
3. J Leon Williams
 
4. Schiffman
 
 
 
 2.
1. Maxillary anteriors
 
2. Mandibular anteriors
 
3. Mandibular posteriors
 
4. Maxillary premolars
 
 
 
 3.
1. Berg and Caputo
 
2. Kratochvil
 
3. Krol
 
4. McDowell
 
 
 
 4.
1. 10-20m
 
2. 20-40m
 
3. 30-60um
 
4. 25-50m
 
 
 
 5.
1. 30
 
2. 31
 
3. 32
 
4. 33
 
 
 
 6.
1. Well rounded ridges
 
2. Knife edged ridges
 
3. Recently extracted tooth sockets
 
4. Flat ridges
 
 
 
 7.
1. Extraoral graphic tracings
 
2. Intraoral graphic tracings
 
3. Cephalometric tracings
 
4. Determining focal forms
 
 
 
 8.
1. Marginal integrity
 
2. Structural durability
 
3. Retention and resistance forms
 
4. To improve the geometry of tooth surface
 
 
 
 9.
1. Bothe and Coworkers
 
2. Green field
 
3. Strock
 
4. Branemark
 
 
 
 10.
1. 110mm
 
2. 120mm
 
3. 115mm
 
4. 140mm
 
 
 
 11.
1. Tofflemire
 
2. Steele's siqveland
 
3. Ivory no.1
 
4. Ivory no.8
 
 
 
 12.
1. EDTA
 
2. EDTA and urea peroxide
 
3. EDTA and carbamide peroxide
 
4. EDTA and Cetavlon
 
 
 
 13.
1. Simultaneously etch and prime dentin and enamel
 
2. Etches enamel only
 
3. Only bonds to enamel
 
4. Only removes smear layer
 
 
 
 14.
1. Submerge in 5% solution of NaOCI
 
2. Submerge in ethyl alcohol
 
3. Submerge in 5% NaOCI and rinse with ethyl alcohol
 
4. Rinse with 3% hydrogen peroxide
 
 
 
 15.
1. A rule governing gold inlay cavity preparation
 
2. A mechanical rapid tooth separator
 
3. An encircling band of metal that increase fractures resistance of the tooth
 
4. An electronic measuring device for determination of the length of tooth during root canal treatment
 
 
 
 16.
1. 468MPa
 
2. 162MPa
 
3. 350MPa
 
4. 266MPa
 
 
 
 17.
1. Superoxol
 
2. Anesthetic ether and hydrochloric acid
 
3. Sodium bicarbonate
 
4. Carbamide peroxide
 
 
 
 18.
1. Made by a combination of chemical precipitation and atomization
 
2. Made by electrolytic precipitation
 
3. Made by beating pure gold at high temperatures
 
4. Made by milling pure gold ingots
 
 
 
 19.
1. Used to contour matrix bands
 
2. Used to hold the silver point
 
3. Used to remove roots during hemisection
 
4. Used to place rubber dam clamp on the tooth
 
 
 
 20.
1. Sodium hypochloride
 
2. EDTA
 
3. Hydrogen peroxide
 
4. Chlorhexidine
 
 
 
 21.
1. 474nm
 
2. 470nm
 
3. 460nm
 
4. 464nm
 
 
 
 22.
1. 20-30 degree
 
2. 30-40 degree
 
3. 40-50 degree
 
4. More than 50 degree
 
 
 
 23.
1. Haemorrhage from the exposure site is easily controlled
 
2. The exposure site is small, less than 0.5 mm in diameter
 
3. Exposure site is the consequence of infected dentin extending into the pulp
 
4. Exposure occurred in a clean uncontaminated filed
 
 
 
 24.
1. No 50 file at Do
 
2. No 40 file at Do
 
3. No 60 file at Do
 
4. No 80 file at Do
 
 
 
 25.
1. Gingival margin trimmer
 
2. Enamel hatchet
 
3. Hoe
 
4. Chisel
 
 
 
 26.
1. Mouth breathing habit
 
2. Bruxism
 
3. Submandibular lymphadenitis
 
4. Thumb sucking habit
 
 
 
 27.
1. Habit breaking appliance
 
2. Space regainer
 
3. Helps in eruption of first permanent molar
 
4. It is a type of pulpectomy procedure
 
 
 
 28.
1. Seizures
 
2. Coma
 
3. Death
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 29.
1. Spasticity
 
2. Autism
 
3. Ataxia
 
4. Athetosis
 
 
 
 30.
1. Addelston
 
2. Craig
 
3. Christopher
 
4. Keith Moore
 
 
 
 31.
1. Tomy Hanks
 
2. SC Barnum
 
3. Hedstorm
 
4. GV Black
 
 
 
 32.
1. Apicoectomy
 
2. Pulp capping
 
3. Pulpectomy
 
4. Pulpotomy
 
 
 
 33.
1. Chronic renal failure
 
2. Osteoporosis
 
3. Hypertension
 
4. Thyrotoxicosis
 
 
 
 34.
1. Below 20
 
2. Between 36-51
 
3. Above 51
 
4. 130
 
 
 
 35.
1. Recurrent apthous ulcer
 
2. Recurrent herpetic gingivitis
 
3. Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
 
4. Recurrent herpes labialis
 
 
 
 36.
1. Mesial step
 
2. Distal step
 
3. Flush terminal plane
 
4. Can't say
 
 
 
 37.
1. Distal shoe
 
2. Band & loop
 
3. Band & bar
 
4. Lingual arch holding app
 
 
 
 38.
1. 3-5min
 
2. 10min
 
3. 10-15min
 
4. 6-8min
 
 
 
 39.
1. Pituitary dwarfism
 
2. Pituitary gigsntism
 
3. Hereditary ectodermal dysplasia
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 40.
1. Thumb sucking
 
2. Nail biting
 
3. Bruxism
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 41.
1. Referred pain
 
2. Orthodontic treatment
 
3. Recurrent pericoronitis
 
4. Chronic periodontal disease
 
 
 
 42.
1. Necrotic area
 
2. Subdermal layer
 
3. Border of an ulcerated area
 
4. Center of an ulcerated area
 
 
 
 43.
1. Fourth branchial cleft
 
2. 2nd branchial cleft
 
3. 3rd branchial cleft
 
4. 1st branchial cleft
 
 
 
 44.
1. Complete resection of the jaw bone
 
2. Resection of half if the affected jaw
 
3. Resection of the tumour only
 
4. The entire tumour is removed intact with a rim of uninvolved bone while maintaining continuity of jaw
 
 
 
 45.
1. 30mm
 
2. 32mm
 
3. 25mm
 
4. 40mm
 
 
 
 46.
1. 0.23mm stainless steel wire
 
2. 0.35mm stainless steel wire
 
3. 0.45mm stainless steel wire
 
4. 0.55mm stainless steel wire
 
 
 
 47.
1. Odontogenic keratocyst
 
2. Ameloblastome
 
3. Dentigerous cyst
 
4. Mucocele
 
 
 
 48.
1. Saggital split osteotomy
 
2. Caldwell-luc operation
 
3. Parotidectomy
 
4. Marsupilization
 
 
 
 49.
1. Oxidation
 
2. Hydrolysis
 
3. Fibrinolysis
 
4. Proteolysis
 
 
 
 50.
1. Peritonsillar abscess
 
2. Local trauma
 
3. Haematogenous infection
 
4. Buccal space ingection
 
 
 
 51.
1. 1st and 2nd week of embryo-fetal life
 
2. 6th and 10th week of embryo-fetal life
 
3. 3rd week of embryo-fetal life
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 52.
1. Tissue spaces
 
2. Lymphatic route
 
3. Haematogenous route
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 53.
1. Vertical
 
2. Mesioangular
 
3. Distoangular
 
4. Horizontal
 
 
 
 54.
1. Gumma
 
2. Hypoplasia of incisors and molars
 
3. Eighth nerve deafness
 
4. Intestinal keratitis
 
 
 
 55.
1. 2mm
 
2. 4mm
 
3. 6mm
 
4. 5mm
 
 
 
 56.
1. 1mm
 
2. 1.5-2.5mm
 
3. 3-5mm
 
4. 6-8mm
 
 
 
 57.
1. Thiamine
 
2. Riboflavin
 
3. Niacin
 
4. Pyridoxine
 
 
 
 58.
1. Hydrogen peroxide
 
2. Citric acid
 
3. Benzoic acid
 
4. Sodium hypochlorite
 
 
 
 59.
1. 2-7 days
 
2. 4-5 weeks
 
3. 1-3days
 
4. 1-2 weeks
 
 
 
 60.
1. Traumatic occlusion
 
2. Bruxism
 
3. Trauma from occlusion
 
4. Tissue injury
 
 
 
 61.
1. Root resection
 
2. Hemisection
 
3. Furcation
 
4. Recession
 
 
 
 62.
1. Evidence-based therapy
 
2. Periodontal maintenance
 
3. Tooth mortality
 
4. Prevention of loss of attachment
 
 
 
 63.
1. Malnutrition
 
2. Supragingival plaque
 
3. Bio-film
 
4. Faulty tooth
 
 
 
 64.
1. Discolouration of teeth
 
2. Carries in teeth
 
3. Sensitivity in teeth
 
4. Interproximal plaque formation
 
 
 
 65.
1. Bone refill
 
2. Repair of the bony defect
 
3. Reconstitution of the lost periodontium
 
4. Removal of the diseased bone
 
 
 
 66.
1. Absorption of glycoprotein from saliva
 
2. Focal areas of mineralization
 
3. Bacterial colonization
 
4. Absorption of endotoxins
 
 
 
 67.
1. Liver insufficiency
 
2. Kidney insufficiency
 
3. Unbalanced insulin-dependent diabetes
 
4. Respiratory problems
 
 
 
 68.
1. CD4 T-cell< 800 cells/ mm
 
2. CD4 T-cell< 400 cells/mm
 
3. CD4 T-cell< 600 cells/mm
 
4. CD4 T-cell< 200 cells/mm
 
 
 
 69.
1. Lysozyme
 
2. Peroxidase
 
3. Lactoferin
 
4. Hyaluronidase
 
 
 
 70.
1. Increase in leukocytes
 
2. Low calcium level
 
3. Platelet disorder
 
4. Deficiency of clothing factors
 
 
 
 71.
1. Mandibular lingula
 
2. Coronoid process
 
3. Symphysis
 
4. Angle of the mandible
 
 
 
 72.
1. Medial pterygoid
 
2. Lateral pterygoid
 
3. Masseter
 
4. Tongue muscles
 
 
 
 73.
1. 0.8mm
 
2. 0.7mm
 
3. 0.6mm
 
4. 0.5mm
 
 
 
 74.
1. Maxillary central and lateral incisors
 
2. Mandibular canine and first premolar
 
3. Maxillary lateral incisor,canine and premolar
 
4. Mandibular first and second premolars
 
 
 
 75.
1. Simple anchorage
 
2. Reciprocal anchorage
 
3. Multiple anchorage
 
4. Reinforced anchorage
 
 
 
 76.
1. 18-22gm
 
2. 18-26gm
 
3. 20-26gm
 
4. 26-30gm
 
 
 
 77.
1. Chin
 
2. Glenoid fossa
 
3. Coronoid process
 
4. Angle of the mandible
 
 
 
 78.
1. Less than 18%
 
2. Less than 2%
 
3. More than 8%
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 79.
1. Activator
 
2. Bionator
 
3. Frankel's functional regulator
 
4. Twin block
 
 
 
 80.
1. Canine pillar
 
2. Zygomatic pillar
 
3. Pterygoid pillar
 
4. Condylar pillar
 
 
 
 81.
1. Robin
 
2. Andresen
 
3. Clark
 
4. Andrews
 
 
 
 82.
1. Intramaxillary elastics
 
2. Anterior vertical elastics
 
3. Intermaxillary elastics
 
4. Cross elastics
 
 
 
 83.
1. Light continuous forces
 
2. Intermittent forces
 
3. Interrupted continuous forces
 
4. Heavy continuous forces
 
 
 
 84.
1. Skeletal
 
2. Sutures
 
3. Cartilages
 
4. Non-Skeletal tissues
 
 
 
 85.
1. Malocclusion index
 
2. Treatment need index
 
3. Treatment change index
 
4. Treatment of priority index
 
 
 
 86.
1. Rendu-Osler-Weber disease
 
2. Maffuci's syndrome
 
3. Angioosteohypertrophy syndrome
 
4. Sturge-Weber syndrome
 
 
 
 87.
1. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
 
2. Glomus tumour
 
3. Kaposi's sarcoma
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 88.
1. Sickle cell anaemia
 
2. Fibrous dysplasia
 
3. Iron deficiency anaemia
 
4. Megaloblastic anaemia
 
 
 
 89.
1. Hyoscine
 
2. Pilocarpine
 
3. Hyaluronidase
 
4. Vitamin C
 
 
 
 90.
1. Clotrimazole
 
2. Clotrimoxazole
 
3. Ornidazole
 
4. Propranolol
 
 
 
 91.
1. Verrucous leukoplakia
 
2. White spongy nevus
 
3. Nodular leukoplakia
 
4. Target or iris lesion
 
 
 
 92.
1. Pain
 
2. No Pain
 
3. Itching
 
4. Burning sensation
 
 
 
 93.
1. Systemic lupus erythematosus
 
2. Leukoplakia
 
3. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis
 
4. NOMA
 
 
 
 94.
1. DIC
 
2. Thrombocytopenia
 
3. Hawmophilia
 
4. Von Willebrand's disease
 
 
 
 95.
1. Fibrous epulis
 
2. Fibrous dysplasia
 
3. Ossifying fibroma
 
4. Cruzon syndrome
 
 
 
 96.
1. 0.6 to 3.0
 
2. 0.2 to 0.3
 
3. 0.2 to 0.4
 
4. 0.6 to 4.0
 
 
 
 97.
1. Spermatocytes
 
2. Fibroblasts
 
3. Endothelial cells
 
4. Muscle
 
 
 
 98.
1. Ammonium chloride
 
2. Ammonium thiosulfate
 
3. Ammonium sulfate
 
4. Ammonium oxalate
 
 
 
 99.
1. Dental pulp
 
2. Salivary gland duct
 
3. Cavernous haemangiomas
 
4. Subepithelial bulla
 
 
 
 100.
1. Rad
 
2. Roentgen
 
3. Rem
 
4. Seivert
 
 
 
 101.
1. Superior salivatory nucleus
 
2. Inferior salivatory nucleus
 
3. Nucleus of tractus solitarius
 
4. Lacrimatory nucleus
 
 
 
 102.
1. Branch from trunk of mandibular nerve
 
2. Branch from anterior division of mandibular nerve
 
3. Branch from posterior division of mandibular nerve
 
4. Branch from maxillary nerve
 
 
 
 103.
1. Retromolar vein and internal jugular vein
 
2. External jugular vein and internal jugular vein
 
3. Internal jugular vein and retromandibular vein
 
4. Superiorophthalmic vein and pterygoid venous plexus
 
 
 
 104.
1. Infundibulum
 
2. Summit of Infundibulum
 
3. Bulla ethmoidalis
 
4. Hiatus semilunaris
 
 
 
 105.
1. Platysma
 
2. Sternohyoid
 
3. Sternocleidomastoid
 
4. Omohyoid
 
 
 
 106.
1. Heidenhan's pouch
 
2. Condition reflex
 
3. Pavlov's pouch
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 107.
1. Atrial depolarization
 
2. Atrial repolarization
 
3. Ventricular depolarization
 
4. Ventricular repolarization
 
 
 
 108.
1. Stable factor
 
2. Christmas factor
 
3. Hageman's factor
 
4. Labile factor
 
 
 
 109.
1. Chymotrypsinogen
 
2. Pepsinogen
 
3. Proelastase
 
4. Procolipase
 
 
 
 110.
1. More than 14 cycles per second
 
2. Between 8and 13 cycles per second
 
3. Less than 3.5 cycles per second
 
4. Between 4 and 7 cycles per second
 
 
 
 111.
1. Altering the free energy of the action
 
2. Decreasing the energy of activation
 
3. Enhancing the forward reaction
 
4. Inhibiting the backward reaction
 
 
 
 112.
1. Copper
 
2. Calcium
 
3. Iron
 
4. Sodium
 
 
 
 113.
1. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
 
2. Glucose-6-phosphate in liver
 
3. Phosphorylase in muscle
 
4. Hexokinase
 
 
 
 114.
1. Urea
 
2. Uric acid
 
3. Creatinine
 
4. Glutamine
 
 
 
 115.
1. Starch
 
2. Cellulose
 
3. Collagen
 
4. Inulin
 
 
 
 116.
1. 3% to 5%
 
2. 8% to 10%
 
3. 0.2% to 0.5%
 
4. 0.600 to 0.8%
 
 
 
 117.
1. Poly acrylic acid
 
2. Phosphoric acid
 
3. Eugenol
 
4. Methacrylic acid
 
 
 
 118.
1. 1 to 6 weight percent
 
2. 9 to 20 weight percent
 
3. 30 to 40 weight percent
 
4. 45 to 55 weight percent
 
 
 
 119.
1. 40GPa and 60-70MPa
 
2. 21GPa and 27-55MPa
 
3. 350GPa and 110-120MPa
 
4. 360GPa and 125-130MPa
 
 
 
 120.
1. 50-60KHN
 
2. 25-35KHN
 
3. 15-20KHN
 
4. 40-48KHN
 
 
 
 121.
1. 20 to 55 pounds
 
2. 30 to 75 pounds
 
3. 50 to 75 pounds
 
4. 90 to 200 pounds
 
 
 
 122.
1. Iron oxide
 
2. Tin oxide
 
3. Aluminium oxide
 
4. Silicon oxide
 
 
 
 123.
1. Slower the hygroscopic expansion
 
2. Normal setting expansion
 
3. Greater the hygroscopic expansion
 
4. No setting expansion
 
 
 
 124.
1. 20m
 
2. 25m
 
3. 35m
 
4. 45m
 
 
 
 125.
1. Light body and putty used at the same time
 
2. Putty used first and light body used second
 
3. Light body first and putty later
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 126.
1. Addison's disease
 
2. Diabetes mellitus
 
3. Cushing's disease
 
4. Grave's disease
 
 
 
 127.
1. Neutropil
 
2. Eosinophil
 
3. Monocyte
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 128.
1. Hypertrophy
 
2. Hyperplasia
 
3. Aplasia
 
4. Metaplasia
 
 
 
 129.
1. Myxoedema
 
2. Pitting oedema
 
3. Anasarca
 
4. Dependent oedema
 
 
 
 130.
1. HIV
 
2. Hepatitis C
 
3. CMV
 
4. Tuberculosis
 
 
 
 131.
1. Autoclave
 
2. Hot air oven
 
3. Filters
 
4. Incineration
 
 
 
 132.
1. HBcAg
 
2. HBsAg
 
3. HBeAg
 
4. HBxAg
 
 
 
 133.
1. Stewptococci
 
2. Veillonellae
 
3. Selenomonas
 
4. Eikenella
 
 
 
 134.
1. Joseph Lister
 
2. Louis Pastuer
 
3. Robert Koch
 
4. Antony Van Leeuwenhoek
 
 
 
 135.
1. Region I
 
2. Region II
 
3. Region III
 
4. Boivin antigen
 
 
 
 136.
1. Mesiobuccal,distobuccal & lingual
 
2. Mesiolingual, distolingual & buccal
 
3. Mesial & distal
 
4. Buccal & lingual
 
 
 
 137.
1. Gingival fibres
 
2. Alveolar crest fibres
 
3. Transseptal
 
4. None
 
 
 
 138.
1. 6-9 years
 
2. 8-9 years
 
3. 6-12 years
 
4. 2-12 years
 
 
 
 139.
1. Buccal
 
2. Lingual
 
3. Mesiobuccal
 
4. Distobuccal
 
 
 
 140.
1. 9 to 10 years
 
2. 11 to 12 years
 
3. 13 to 14 years
 
4. 8 to 9 years
 
 
 
 141.
1. Penicilamine
 
2. Desferrioxamine
 
3. EDTA
 
4. BAL
 
 
 
 142.
1. Acetaminophen
 
2. Acetylsalicylic acid
 
3. Phenylbutazone
 
4. Naproxen
 
 
 
 143.
1. Digoxin
 
2. Digitoxin
 
3. Ergotoxine
 
4. Gitoxin
 
 
 
 144.
1. Supersensitivity
 
2. Idiosyncrasy
 
3. Hypersensitivity
 
4. Hyperacidity
 
 
 
 145.
1. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects identical to that if non-selective NSAID
 
2. They do not offer the cardioprotective effect ``
 
3. Safe in patients with renal insufficiency
 
4. Fewer incidence of gastrointestinal side effects
 
 
 
 146.
1. Total leukocyte count
 
2. Red blood cell count
 
3. Platelet count
 
4. Activated partial thromboplastin time
 
 
 
 147.
1. Carbamezepine
 
2. Morphine
 
3. Aspirin
 
4. Ibuprofen
 
 
 
 148.
1. Widening of glomerular basement membrane
 
2. Generalized mesangial thicking
 
3. Occlusion of glomeruli with fibrin caps
 
4. Hylinisation of afferent arterioles and Kimmelstein-Wilson bodies
 
 
 
 149.
1. IgM
 
2. IgG
 
3. IgE
 
4. IgA
 
 
 
 150.
1. Viral hepatitis
 
2. Toxoplasmosis
 
3. EB virus
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 151.
1. Lympadenopathy
 
2. Condyloma lata
 
3. Hepatosplenomegaly
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 152.
1. Splenomegaly
 
2. Variceal bleeding
 
3. Dilated veins over the abdomen
 
4. Gynaecomastia
 
 
 
 153.
1. Macrocytic, hypochromic
 
2. Leukoerythroblastic
 
3. Normocytic, normochromic
 
4. Microcytic, hypochromic
 
 
 
 154.
1. Phenytoin sodium
 
2. Carbamazepine
 
3. Gabapentin
 
4. Sodium valproate
 
 
 
 155.
1. Tuberculosis
 
2. Nephrotic syndrome
 
3. Hypoproteinaemia
 
4. Congestive cardiac failure
 
 
 
 156.
1. Staphylococcus aureus
 
2. Pseudomonas
 
3. Clostridium perfringes
 
4. E.coli
 
 
 
 157.
1. Submandibular gland
 
2. Internal jugular vein
 
3. Fat tissue
 
4. Great auricular nerve
 
 
 
 158.
1. Most common on vermilion of lower lip
 
2. A 90% cure rate is possible with surgery or radiotherapy
 
3. Initially tumour spreads laterally rather than infiltrating deeply
 
4. Up to one-third of the lip cannot be removed
 
 
 
 159.
1. Head and neck
 
2. Chest wall
 
3. Nail bed
 
4. Retroperitoneal
 
 
 
 160.
1. Staphylococcus
 
2. Pseudomonas
 
3. Streptococcus
 
4. Pneumococcus
 
 
 
 161.
1. Squamous cell carcinoma from scar
 
2. Trophic ulcer
 
3. Tuberculous ulcer
 
4. Rodent ulcer
 
 
 
 162.
1. Tongue
 
2. Cheek
 
3. Palate
 
4. Neck
 
 
 
 163.
1. Vesicles are absent
 
2. Painful
 
3. Leathery skin
 
4. Charred & black
 
 
 
 164.
1. There is hyperplasia of parathyroid gland
 
2. Chromophobe adenoma of pituitary gland may result in acromegaly
 
3. Pancreatic tumours may produce gastrin, insulin, glucagon, somatostatin
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 165.
1. Mortiz Kaposi
 
2. Alexander & Wallace
 
3. Lister
 
4. Barclag
 
 
 
 166.
1. Gingiva
 
2. Alveolar ridge
 
3. Palate
 
4. Floor of the mouth
 
 
 
 167.
1. Blood stream
 
2. Lymphatic system
 
3. Direct contact
 
4. None of the above
 
 
 
 168.
1. Darrier's disease
 
2. Psoriasis
 
3. Systemic lupus erythematosus
 
4. Behcet's disease
 
 
 
 169.
1. Lipoma
 
2. Hibernoma
 
3. Teratoma
 
4. Brown tumour
 
 
 
 170.
1. Cotton fibres
 
2. Black silk
 
3. Silver amalgam
 
4. Legumes
 
 
 
 171.
1. Cleidocranial dysostois
 
2. Ectodermal dysplasia
 
3. Garden's syndrome
 
4. Osteogenesis imperfecta
 
 
 
 172.
1. Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome
 
2. Klinefelter syndrome
 
3. Ascher's syndrome
 
4. Gardner's syndrome
 
 
 
 173.
1. Human Herpes Virus 3
 
2. Human Herpes Virus 1
 
3. Human Herpes Virus 8
 
4. Human Herpes Virus 4
 
 
 
 174.
1. Vitamin D resistant rickets
 
2. Hypocalcaemia
 
3. Hypophosphatasia
 
4. Osteoporosis
 
 
 
 175.
1. Neural crest cells
 
2. Mesoderm
 
3. Endoderm
 
4. Ectoderm
 
 
 
 176.
1. Rhizopus
 
2. Mucor
 
3. Absidia
 
4. All
 
 
 
 177.
1. Epidemic parotitis
 
2. Iodine mumps
 
3. Nutritional mumps
 
4. Nonspecific mumps
 
 
 
 178.
1. Burkitt's lymphoma
 
2. Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
 
3. Oral hairy leukoplakia
 
4. All of the above
 
 
 
 179.
1. Van Gieson's stain
 
2. Periodic acid-Schiff stain
 
3. Masson trichrome stain
 
4. Toluidine blue stain
 
 
 
 180.
1. CMV
 
2. EB
 
3. HIV
 
4. Herpes simplex
 
 
 
 181.
1. Disease control
 
2. Disease elimination
 
3. Disease eradication
 
4. Disability limitation
 
 
 
 182.
1. Blockage of blood vessels
 
2. Chipping of teeth
 
3. Rigid spine
 
4. Calcification of blood vessels
 
 
 
 183.
1. Grand Rapids & Muskegon
 
2. Newberg & Kingston
 
3. Brantferd & Sarnia
 
4. Evanston & Park
 
 
 
 184.
1. 32-64 mg of fluoride/kg body weight
 
2. 50-60 mg of fluoride/kg body weight
 
3. 30-70 mg of fluoride/kg body weight
 
4. 60-80 mg of fluoride/kg body weight
 
 
 
 185.
1. Muhler
 
2. Bibby
 
3. Brudevold
 
4. More
 
 
 
 186.
1. 1920
 
2. 1984
 
3. 1994
 
4. 1964
 
 
 
 187.
1. 1.23%
 
2. 2%
 
3. 1.85%
 
4. 0.2%
 
 
 
 188.
1. Tanzania
 
2. China
 
3. USA
 
4. New Zealand
 
 
 
 189.
1. Liquefies the dentifrice
 
2. Prevents water loss and hardening on exposure to air
 
3. Flavours the toothpaste
 
4. Cleans tooth surface effectively
 
 
 
 190.
1. Pettenkofer
 
2. MacMohan & Pugh
 
3. John M Last
 
4. CEA Winslow
 
 
 
 191.
1. Dean HT
 
2. Henry T Klein
 
3. Knutson JW
 
4. Carole E Palmer
 
 
 
 192.
1. Primary level of prevention
 
2. Secondary level of prevention
 
3. Tertiary level of prevention
 
4. Primordial prevention
 
 
 
 193.
1. Dhai
 
2. Angan wadi worker
 
3. Village health volunteers
 
4. School health teacher
 
 
 
 194.
1. Cellulose
 
2. CaCo3
 
3. Water
 
4. Silica
 
 
 
 195.
1. 1
 
2. 2
 
3. 3
 
4. 4
 
 
 
 196.
1. 2mm
 
2. 4mm
 
3. 5mm
 
4. 1mm
 
 
 
 197.
1. Orientation plane
 
2. Parallel block out
 
3. Survey lines
 
4. Guiding planes
 
 
 
 198.
1. Centric occlusion
 
2. Centric relation
 
3. Plane of occlusion
 
4. Curve of Spee
 
 
 
 199.
1. Hard palate
 
2. Junction of hard and soft palate
 
3. Soft palate
 
4. Junction of muscularis mucosae & palatine muscle
 
 
 
 200.
1. 1mm
 
2. 2mm
 
3. 3mm
 
4. 4mm
 
 
 
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