ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 143

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  • #95620
     Editor 
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    What is the earliest age that the diagnosis of a congenitally missing mandibular second bicuspid can be confirmed?
    A. 2 years.
    B. 4 years.
    C. 6 years.
    D. 8 years.
    d

    #95621
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    What is the Most Common reason for palatally retained maxillary central incisor with no signs of crowding and In “normal occlusion”

    1- early extraction of maxillary primary incisor
    2- retention of primary incisor
    3- early loss of upper dec lateral
    4- early trauma before complete formation of the root (dilaceration)
    5- supernumerary tooth
    5

    #95622
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    Keymaster

    A 5 year old child got a trauma to his primary central incisor, and presented 7 days after

    trauma. On examination there is pulp exposure. Treatment will be:

    A. Pulpotomy.

    B. Pulpectomy.

    C. Extraction.

    D. cvek’s pulpotomy.

    E. direct pulp capping.
    c

    #95623
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    Keymaster

    Prolonged, unstimulated night pain suggests which of the following conditions of the pulp?

    A. Pulpal necrosis.

    B. Mild hyperemia.

    C. Reversible pulpitis.

    D. Periodontal abscess
    c

    #95624
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    A female patient comes to you complaining of persistent pain in a heavily restored central incisor; you suspect irreversible pulpitis and you have been told that she is in transit leaving by plane next day. Your treatment will be,
    A. Remove filling and place a sedative dressing
    B. Pulpectomy and Ledermix dressing
    C. Pulpectomy and calcium hydroxide dressing
    D. Prescribe analgesics and systemic antibiotic
    B

    #95625
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Which is the most common o mostly used or principal diagnostic method of mumps
    a. Clinical findings
    b. serology
    c. History and symptoms
    d. tissue biopsy
    e. tissue culture
    A

    #95626
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    A hinge axis face-bow records:

    A. Bennett angle.

    B. centric relation.

    C. lateral condylar inclination.

    D. horizontal condylar inclination.

    E. opening and closing axis of the mandible
    E

    #95627
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    A 3 year old requires the extraction of a deciduous maxillary second molar. The local

    anesthetic technique of choice is:

    A. a posterior superior alveolar block.

    B. buccal and palatal infiltration.

    C. a tuberosity block plus subperiosteal infiltration of the mesio-buccal root.

    D. an infra-orbital block
    B

    #95628
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    A child has received a successful inferior alveolar nerve block using 1.5ml of lidocaine 2%

    with 1:100000epinephrine. However, during placement of a rubber dam clamp on the first permanent

    molar, the child complains that the “tooth ring” is hurting. Which of the following is the most

    appropriate management?

    A. Wait 15 minutes until more profound anesthesia is achieved.

    B. Anesthetize the lingual nerve with the remaining lidocaine.

    C. Anesthetize the long buccal nerve with the remaining lidocaine.

    D. Proceed with treatment without rubber dam.
    c

    #95629
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    Pulpotomy is not recommended in PRIMARY ANTERIOR teeth. A. True. B. False.
    A

    #95630
     Editor 
    Keymaster

    In determining the replacement of missing maxillary anteriors with ridge lap design or with incorporation of labial flange, what factors is most important:
    A. high lip line.
    B. Patient wishes.
    C. need for anterior retention.
    D. the degree of ridge resorption.
    d

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