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42.The most commonly used objective method to assess pain in patients is:

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1.Facial pain scale
2.Knee jerk

3.H jerk 4.R-||| jerk


Ans. 1. facial pain scale

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41.Recommended size of sprue for wax pattern crowns is:

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a. Guaze 8 to 10. b. 10 to 12
c. 10 to 14. d. 12 to 16.

Ans:c ref Skinner’s 10th -496


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39.The most common site for CSF rhinorrhea

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a. frontal bone b. ethmoid bone
c. tegmen tympani d. none

ANS. b ethmoid bone

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38.The largest sized pororsity is:

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1. Micro porosity. 2. Pin hole porosity.
3. Suck back porosity
4. Gas inclusion porosity

ANS.3 ref Skinner’s 10th -518


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34.Which of the following point is located at geographic center of ramus?

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1. Ptm point. 2. Key point.
3. Xi point. 4. Gonion.

ANS. 3.ref pg 98 Gurkeerat Singh – 1st Ed.


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30.Which of the following is also known as scissors bite?

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1. Simple posterior cross bite. 2. Buccal non occlusion.
3. Lingual non occlusion. 4. None of the above.

ANS. 2


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29.High FMA angle indicates:

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1. Good prognosis.
2. Bad prognosis.
3. Good bone growth.
4. Class III relation

ANS. 2.
ref pg 111,Gurkeerat Singh – 1st Ed.

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28.Which of the following methods of study of physical growth are not longitudinal?

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1. Craniometry. 2. Anthropometry.
3. Cephalometric radiography.

4. Both 1 and 2.


ANS. 1.
ref pg 8 Gurkeerat Singh – 1st Ed.


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26. The most common cause of failure of the IDN “Inferior Dental Nerve” block is

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A. Injecting too low
B. Injecting too high

ANS. A

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25. The average force required to condense gold with a condenser point of 1mm diameter is

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a. 10 pounds. b. 15 pounds.
c. 20 pounds. d. 25 pounds.
Ans. B.

A force of 15 pounds in considered optimal and is well within the physiologic limits of the tooth. Forces of magnitude 3.75 pounds are recommended for condenser nibs of 0.5 mm diameter, 8.43 pounds for 0.75 mm diameter and 15 pounds for 1mm diameter nibs.

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24.Heart failure cells are seen in the following condition

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  1. CVC lung b.CVC liver c.CVC spleen

Ans.(a): Refg. 185/2nd Harish mohan


-CVC of lung occurs in test heart failure especially in rheumatic mitral stenosis so that there is consequent rise in pulmonary venous pressure.

-Histologically the breakdown of erythrocytes liberates haemosiderin pigment which is taken up by alveolar macrophages, so called heart failure cells, present in the alveolar lumina.

-CVC of liver occurs in right heart failure

-cut surface shows “nutmeg liver”.

-microscopically centrilobular haemorrhagic necrosis may be seen.

-CVC of spleen seen in right heart failure

-microscopically gamna-gandy bodies (or) syderofibrotic nodules are seen.

Ref.286/harshamohan.



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23.Negative staining is used to demonstrate

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a. Bacterial spore b. Bacterial flagella

c. Bacterial capsule d. Bacterial fimbriae

Ans.(c): Ref: 14/6th Ananthararayana

Capsules may be readily demonstrated by negative staining in wet films with India ink, when they are seen as clear halos around the bacteria, against a black background


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