• Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    In primary teeth, failure of Ca(OH)2 pulpotomy is MOST likely to produce:**
    A.External resorption
    B.Internal resorption
    C.Necrosis of the pulp
    D,Ankylosis
    B

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    The patient moved to other state after getting temporary crowns from his previous dentist. They already got dislodged twice in last 6 months. The gingiva showed inflammation. The patient was taking Nifedipine for high blood pressure.

    Q1. What could be the cause for dislodgement of these crowns?
    A. Impingement on biologic width
    B. Over tapered…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    The patient moved to other state after getting temporary crowns from his previous dentist. They already got dislodged twice in last 6 months. The gingiva showed inflammation. The patient was taking Nifedipine for high blood pressure.

    Q1. What could be the cause for dislodgement of these crowns?
    A. Impingement on biologic width
    B. Over tapered…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    LADY WITH DISLODGED PROVISIONAL CROWNS 41, 42,43,31,32,33 They were lower
    anteriors) with gingival swelling localised around the crown preps.Only some crown preps were
    visible.
    She has 3 provisionals dislodged and she want to finish the treatment but her dentist changed
    the place and went to live another state. Now she come to you. ( the picture…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Patient is diabetic, taking diabex. Q1: what is mechanism of influence of diabex. A) Biagutidine reduce production of hepatic glucose in liver and increase peripheral uptake. B: reduce production of hepatic glucose, increase peripheral uptake
    A

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    If the tooth surface is rapidly lost, what should u check for A. Occlusal analysis B. Family history C. Salivary factors D. Medical history E. Oral galvanism
    B

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    The 11-year-old patient fell of his kickboard and hit his upper anterior teeth against a fence. He felt a bits of his tooth #8 in his mouth but didn’t save them. He presented at his dentist’s office 25 minute after the trauma. The initial examination revealed a complicated fracture of tooth #8 with grade 2 mobility and percussion sensitivity.…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Regarding Freeway space, what is correct?

    a. Can be measured accurately in dentulous patients b. It is set to 2-4mm in edentulous patients

    c. OVD minus RVD at rest

    d. Usually kept 2-4 mm while fabricating dentures
    B

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Mother says not to use latex gloves. She says 5 days after last visit child got a rash on the face. What do u do? A. Listen, use non latex gloves. B. send to medical practitioner for more discussion. C. say that reaction is not possible after 4 days and continue. D. send for allergy tests. E. abandon any treatment and refer to allergist as…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    A patient has type I diabetes. Multilocular radiolucency in the angle of the mandible (multilocular was

    given in the text of the question).

    *OPG — Large radiolucent lesion in the right mandibular angle.

    47(or 48 can’t remember) is positioned in close proximity to the lesion. Only crown can be seen

    (horizontally impacted). Well beyond the…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Dislodged amalgam restoration. Photo showing upper molar. It has a big dark/black looking cavity-only mb, db, little of ml cusps seen. The filling fell off 2 days ago while the patient was having breakfast. And now it is sensitive to hot and cold.
    1. Reason for the amalgam to fall down:
    A- Unretentive cavity
    B- Secondary caries
    C- Fractured…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Which of the below has a carrier state
    A. Hepatitis B, hepatitis A, herpes simplex virus
    B. Hepatitis B, HCV, streptococcus pyogenes
    C. Streptococcus pyogenes, hepatitis A
    D. Hepatitis B and C. staphylococcus
    b

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    A male patient presented with a chipped porcelain 3 unit PFM bridge. It was made by another dentist
    who moved interstate. Edge to edge bite is clearly seen. 3 unit bridge, porcelain chipped off in the
    region of 11, 12. He has a meeting today and needs it to be fixed urgently.

    Q1. What is the most probable main cause for this defect in bridge
    A.…[Read more]

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    Splinting in Periodontally Weakened Teeth is done in Order to
    1. To Stabilize Loose Teeth In a Favorable Occlusal Relationship
    2. To Distribute Occlusal Forces So Periodotally Weakened Teteh do not loosen
    3. To Prevent a Natural Unopposed Tooth from Migrating
    4. To Prevent Maxillary Central Incisors From Separating After Closure of Diastema
    A

  • Editor replied to the topic ADC-CLINICAL EXAM: 144 in the forum Group logo of ADC examADC exam 4 days, 18 hours ago

    All of the following should be considered for systemic antibiotic except:
    a..Extraction of tooth with acute dentoalveolar abscess.
    b.Necrotizing (ANUG) unless it is acute
    c.Extraction of 38 or 48 with acute pericoronitis..
    d.Full mouth extraction for a patient with periodontal disease.
    A

  • A 22 yo patient named Martin, a native Australian came to your clinic complaining of unilateral jaw pain on waking up each morning, which subsides as the day progressed. He was living with his wife and 3 kids.
    Q1 Based on the symptoms what would be the diagnosis?
    A. Bruxism
    B. Pericoronitis
    C. Trigeminal Neuralgia
    D. Myo-fascial Pain Dysfunction Syndrome
    d

  • A 64-year old woman complains of low back pain for 1 week. Her pain and tenderness is localized over the lumbar spine and exaggerated by movement. Her physician prescribes her a phosphonate drug.
    What is the mechanism of action of this drug for this patient?
    A- Decrease osteoclast activity
    B- Increase osteoblast activity
    C- Decrease parathormone…[Read more]

  • A 23-year-old woman presents to her physician with ptosis, meiosis and anhidrosis in the left eye.
    Which one of the following drugs is used to determine whether this lesion is preganglionic or postganglionic?
    A-Albuterol
    B-Atenolol
    C-Cocaine
    D-Epinephrine
    E-Phenylephrine
    c

  • A 22-year-old man visits his physician for evaluation of new symptoms after the use of isoniazid treatment for TB. His skin is inflamed, had diarrhea and feeling like not himself.
    What is the vitamin deficiency responsible for this patient’s new symptoms?
    A- Thiamine deficiency
    B- Riboflavin deficiency
    C- Niacin deficiency
    D- Folic acid…[Read more]

  • A 57 year-old man presents to the ER complaining of sudden dizziness and heart racing for 2 hours. He is a CEO of a big corporation and those symptoms started during a stressful meeting. At first, he felt irregular heartbeats and ignored it but he felt dizzy soon after and his staff drove him to the ER. There is NO chest pain, shortness of breath…[Read more]

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