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Area of the brain responsible for memory Ans: Hippocampus. 2: Type of Gold Alloy used for Crown and Bridge construction? Ans: Type 3. 3: Dry Socket after tooth extraction is due to which Mediator? Ans: Plasmin. 4: Hypoplasia caused by localized infection or trauma? Ans: Turners Tooth. 5: Oropharyngeal Mucosa is supplied by?
Ans: Glossopharyngeal Nerve. 6: Gastrin is inhibited by? Ans: Somatostatin. 7: Best Impression Material used for making obturator is? Ans: Black Gutta Percha. 8: Condition in which cranial vault fails to form and most of the brain tissue is absent is ? Ans: Anancephaly. 9: First Pass metabolism is mainly related to? Ans: Oral route
Paranchymal tissue of thyroid gland derived from? Ans: Fourth Pouch
Highest cholestrol with lipoprotein? Ans: LDL . 12: Example of Neuro Secretion? Ans: Oxytocine. 13: A patient is having increase level of calcium, decrease level of phosphorous and increase level of alkaline phosphates, what might be the condition ? Ans: Primary Hyperparathyroidism. 14: For the treatment of factor VIII deficiency which of the followings is given? Ans: Cryoprecipitates. 15: Free nerve endings are? Ans: Unencapsulated. 16: Anemia associated with chronic renal failure is due to? Ans: Decreased production of erythropoietin
First line of defence in bleeding? Ans: Blood Vessels . 18: Prolong administration of corticosteroids is associated with? Ans: Bone fractures . 19: Myelin sheath in CNS is formed by? Ans: Oligodendrocytes . 20: Type of collagen present in dermis is? Ans: Type 1 Collagen. 21: Spore forming Micro organism? Ans: Clostredia. 22: Most common cause of blindness in the world is? Ans: Chlymadia. 23: Vitamin D deficiency is associated with? Ans: Hypocalcemia and hypophosphatemia
True about thyrocervical trunk ? Ans: Inferior thyroid artery . 25: A patient is hit on face by hard object which causes redness(flarring) of skin, it is due to which mediator? Ans: Histamine. 26: Methyl metyacrylate is polymerized by? Ans: Pressure curing. 27: Stregth of porcelain is reduced by? Ans: Increase in initial compression of material
Lower lip drainage is into?
Ans: Sub mental and sub mandibular lymph nodes
29: What is true about Active transport?
Ans: Against electro-chemical gradient
30: During packing of denture inadequate pressure is apllied it will cause?
Ans: Porosity all over the denture
31: Solution Hardening process causes?
Ans: Force of attraction between atoms of different radii
32: Patient came to dentist as he was using denture and after some time there was corrosion
of denture, it was mainly due to decrease amount of?
33: Fraction of excreted sodium is used to assess ?
Ans: kidney tubular function
34: At age of 10-11 which teeth are present?
35: Which one of the following is natural sympathetic agent?
Ans: Nor Epinephrine
36: Flouroacetate inhibit which of the following?
37: Example of Pharmacodynamics is?
Ans: Effect of morphine reversed by Naloxone.
38: Most important mediator of acute inflammation?
39: A diabetic patient is advised fasting blood glucose level, at what value doctor is
confusing and needs further evaluation with glucose tolerance test?
Ans: 07 m mol/l
40: Neurogenic shock is characterized by?
Ans: Loss of vasomotor tone
41: Endotoxins cause the activation of?
Ans: Complement system
42: Barbiturates is not related to?
43: Metastatic calcification occurs in ?
Ans: Normal Kidney
44: Treatment of Herpes simplex?
45: Initial sign of Lidocaine overdose is?
Ans: Perioral paresthesia
46: While giving patient an inferior alveolar nerve block, the needle passes through which
Ans: Mucosa, Buccinator and areolar tissue.
47: Gamma 2 in amalgam reaction…?
48: Stapedius muscle is supplied by which nerve?
Ans: Facial nerve
49: Hyperplastic parathyroid gland contains primarily which of the followings?
Ans: Chief and oxiphils cells
50: Third stage of deglutition is due to which of the followings?
51: Which of the followings agent present in saliva causes breakdown of bacterial cell wall ?
52: What is true about Facial artery?
Ans: Forms a groove on deep part of gland and then becomes superfrcial to it
53: A Patient has streptococcal throat infection and he has fever, this fever is due to?
Ans: interleukin 1
54: Chemotactic factor is?
55: Brown discoloration of buccal mucosa occurs in?
Ans: Addisons disease
56: In Bulimia nervosa, the tone of lower esophagous is decrease due to decrease in?
57: What is true about nerve?
Ans: Perineureum controls the transport accross nerve
58: Non – essential amino acid is derived from ?
59: Reticular white bilateral patchesare present on buccal mucosa in following conditions?
Ans: Lichen planus
60: Plasma half life depends on?
Ans: Rate of clearance
61: Innervation to the skeletal muscles are?
Ans: 60% motor and 40% sensory and some autonomic Fibres
62: In heat cure acrylic dentures porosity is present in thicker portions of denture, what may
be the cause of this type of porosities ?
Ans: Temprature above the boiling point of monomer
63: A Patient with pedal edema and swelling , his urine analysis shows fats oval bodies.
What will be the diagnosis of this case?
Ans: Nephrotic syndrome
64: Amount of energy absorbed without permanent deformation is?
65: After giving which of the following drugs blood is regularly checked?
66: Dark and light lines in enamel and dentine is mainly due to ?
Ans: Active and inactive growth of related tissue
67: Which of the following local anesthetic has highest protein bonding capacity?
68: Diabetic pt with darkening complexion working in sun, hemosiderosis is also present and
bronze skin. What is the cause of condition?
Ans: Increase absorption of iron from intestine
69: what is true about Hyaline cartilage?
Ans: Precursor of endochondral bone formation
70: Mechanism of action of tetracycline is?
Ans: Inhibits amino transferase on bacterial ribosome
71: Mechanism of action of Co- trimoxazole is?
Ans: Folic acid inhibition
72: Which of the following is enzyme inducers?
73: CEMENTOBLASTOMA is most commonly present?
Ans: Lower 1st molar
74: Porcelain is formed by the process of
75: Which process of temporal bone is absent at birth?
Ans: Mastoid process
76: Thyroid gland arises from?
Ans: Ventral pharyngeal endoderm
77: Corneal reflex is controlled by ?
Ans: Trigeminal nerve
78: Muscles of mastications are derived from ?
Ans: 1st Pharyngeal Arch
79: Haemmorhage during tracheostomy occurs due to
80: Second heart sound is due to the closure of ?
Ans: Pulmonary and aortic valves
81: what is true about Alcohol and Phenol?
Ans: Phenol inj is less painful
82: what is true about irreversible cell injury?
Ans: Lysosomal rupture
83: Elastic Cartilage appears yellow in color when freshly cut due to?
Ans: More elastic fibers
84: Apoptosis is characterized by?
Ans: Cell shrinkage
85: Quartz in porcelain act as?
86: Plaque adheres to tooth by?
87: Anesthetic agent causing increase cerebral blood flow and contra indicated in increased intra
cranial pressure is?
88: Knoop hardness no of type 2 gold alloy is ?
89: A patient after operation of removing submandibular duct stone is unable to protrude his tongue,
it is due to injury of which muscle?
90: Anticholinergic used in management of ?
Ans: Acute bronchospasm
91: Buffer of blood is?
92: Silver in dental amalgam causes?
Ans: Decrease setting time
93: Fissure groove is most commonly present on ?
Ans: bucal surface of mandiular 1st molar
94: Potent chemotatic factor is?
95: Child with pitting on enamel surface and is of endemic condition, what might be the reason for it?
Ans: Chronic endemic fluorosis
96: Patient is havin hyper reflexia and atrophy of muscles and clasp knife rigidity, the lesion is most
probably present in?
Ans: Basal ganglion
97: A patient is having Atriial fibrillation ,he has given a drug and he develops disn of muscle
weakness. Which drug is responsible?
98: What is the function of Sodium lauyryl sulphate in dentrifice?
99: Antifungals are contra indicate for?
Ans: Indwelin IV catheter
100: Normal hearing range of human ear?
101: What is the level of hyoid bone at cervical vertebrae?
102: Hep B infection is detected by
Ans: Hbs Ag and Hb e antibody
103: cell wall is protected by?
Ans: Lipid breakdown products.
104: Regarding trachea which of the following is true?
Ans: Commences with lower boarder of cricoid cartilage