200+ Dental MCQs for MBBS Students 2024-25

200 +Dental MCQs for MBBS Students 2024-25

“200 +Dental MCQs for MBBS Students 2024-25”

5th Test (MCQs)

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Characteristic signs for a cancerous ulcer on the lower lip and the oral mucosa are

  1. moderate pain, the edges are swollen, brightly hyperemic, at the bottom – purulent-fibrinous plaque
  2. moderate soreness, inverted, raised edges, necrotic tissue at the bottom
  3. sharp soreness, thinned edges, glassy granulations on the bottom
  4. the absence of pain, grease the bottom with a yellowish scale

Organ-specific tumors of the maxillofacial region include: (select several correct answers)

  1. epulis
  2. osteoblastoclastoma
  3. ameloblastoma
  4. hemangioma
  5. osteoma

Organ-specific tumors of the maxillofacial region include: (select several correct answers)

  1. ostema
  2. epulis
  3. angioma
  4. osteoblastoclastoma
  5. ameloblastoma

The main method of treatment for common cancer of the lower lip and oral mucosa is

  1. radiation therapy
  2. surgical
  3. chemotherapy
  4. combined method
  5. electrocoagulation of the tumor

The main method of treatment of fibromas and papillomas of the oral and maxillofacial region is

  1. radiation therapy
  2. excision on the boarder of tumor and healthy tissues
  3. chemotherapy
  4. cauterization

Early symptoms of malignant tumors of the jaws are

  1. tooth mobility, intermittent aching pain symptom Vincent, thickening of the jaw
  2. dry mouth, paroxysmal acute pain, difficulty swallowing
  3. hypersalivation, chills, both-sides infiltration of the jaw

The clinical picture of fibrous epulis is characterized by

  1. dense, painful infiltration in the area of several teeth
  2. 2-3 erosions of gums, with no tendency to bleeding and epithelialization
  3. dense, painless formation on a wide base
  4. loose, painful bleeding gum formation
  5. local gum keratinization

Cause of radicular cyst is

  1. transferred osteomyelitis of the jaw
  2. violation of the development of the rudiment of the tooth
  3. jaw trauma
  4. complication of chronic periodontitis

In case of metastases of cancer of the maxillofacial region to regional lymph nodes, which operation is performed

  1. radical neck dissection
  2. Redon
  3. Vincent
  4. Caldwell-Luc

The clinical picture of ameloblastoma is characterized by

  1. painful defect of the jaw bone tissue
  2. painless deformity of the jaw in the form of swelling
  3. 2-3 erosions of gums, with no tendency to bleeding and epithelialization
  4. loose painful bleeding gum formation
  5. dense, painful infiltration in the area of several teeth

Early symptoms of malignant tumors of the jaws are

  1. teeth mobility, periodic pain, symptom Vincent, thickening of the jaw
  2. dry mouth, paroxysmal acute pain, difficulty swallowing
  3. hypersalivation, chills, both-sides jaw swelling

*Papilloma is characterized by

  1. pain
  2. the presence of a seal; and the mucous membrane around its base
  3. lack of tissue infiltration around its base-
  4. the rapid growth

The main method of small odontogenic cysts treatment is

  1. cystectomy
  2. cryodestruction
  3. half resection of the jaw
  4. sclerosis
  5. partial resection of the jaw

The main etiological factors in the development of malignant tumors of the oral mucosa are: (select several correct answers)

  1. hypersalivation
  2. precancerous diseases
  3. massive dental deposits
  4. partial tooth loss
  5. diseases of the gastrointestinal tract
  6. prolonged irritation of the oral mucosa by mechanical, chemical, and temperature factors

Additional research methods used to clarify the diagnosis of “malignancy of the maxillofacial region” include: (select several correct answers)

  1. histological
  2. angiographic
  3. physical
  4. cytological
  5. biochemical
  6. immunological

Characteristic signs for a cancerous ulcer on the lower lip and the oral mucosa are

  1. moderate soreness, inverted, raised edges, necrotic tissue at the bottom
  2. the absence of pain, grease the bottom with a yellowish scales
  3. moderate pain, the edges are swollen, brightly hyperemic, at the bottom – purulent-fibrinous plaque
  4. sharp soreness, thinned edges, glassy granulations on the bottom

Osteoma on the x-ray shows up as

  1. an area of osteoporosis
  2. an area of high density with clear contours
  3. an area of high density without clear contours
  4. a reduce of bone density

The brancial cyst of the neck localized

  1. in the middle third of the neck, along the anterior edge of the sternocleidomastoid muscle
  2. along the anterior edge of the trapezoid muscle
  3. in the submandibular region
  4. in submental region
  5. along the midline of the neck

*The main method of treatment for lower lip and oral mucosa spread cancer is

  1. radiation therapy
  2. combined method-
  3. chemotherapy
  4. electrocoagulation of the tumor
  5. surgical

Ameloblastoma belongs to the group of

  1. benign odontogenic tumors
  2. malignant odontogenic tumors
  3. inflammatory diseases
  4. precancerous diseases
  5. tumor-like formations

The stage of malignant neoplasm is established on the basis of clinical signs

  1. patient complaints
  2. the size of the tumor
  3. the size of the tumor, the presence of distant and nearby metastases
  4. complaints of the patient, the size of the tumor
  5. the size of the tumort the presence of nearby metastases

The clinical picture of ameloblastoma is characterized by

  1. painless deformation of the jaw in the form of swelling
  2. painful defect of the jaw bone tissue
  3. dense painful infiltration in the area of several teeth
  4. 2-3 erosions of gums, with no tendency to bleeding and epithelialization
  5. loose painful bleeding gum formation

Clarifying the diagnosis of a dermoid cyst helps

  1. x-ray
  2. electromyography
  3. cytological examination of punctate
  4. the study of blood

Causes of dermoid cyst

  1. violation of the embryonic development of the maxillofacial region
  2. injury
  3. complication of chronic periodontitis
  4. transferred inflammatory process in soft tissues

One of the main surgical methods for treating jaw cancer is

  1. electrocoagulation of the tumor
  2. radical neck dissection
  3. Caldwell-Luke
  4. half resection of the jaw

 Fibroma characterizes by

  1. rapid growth
  2. ulceration of the mucous membrane covering it
  3. pain
  4. slow growth

 Causes of follicular cysts is

  1. violation of the development of the rudiment of the tooth
  2. transferred osteomyelitis of the jaw
  3. trauma to the jaw
  4. complication of chronic periodontitis

The method of treatment of cavernous hemangioma is

  1. electrocoagulation
  2. sclerotherapy
  3. cauterization
  4. physiotherapy
  5. radiation therapy

The main clinical sign of cavernous hemangioma is

  1. the presence of erosions on the surface of the neoplasm without a tendency to bleeding
  2. painful infiltration
  3. reduction in pressure and restoration of the previous volume of the tumor after the cessation of pressure
  4. the presence of phleboliths
  5. pain during palpation of the neoplasm

The main etiological factors in the development of malignant tumors of the oral mucosa are: (select several correct answers)

  1. diseases of the gastrointestinal tract
  2. prolonged irritation of the mucous membrane by mechanical, chemical, and temperature factors
  3. hypersalivation
  4. precancerous diseases
  5. partial tooth loss
  6. massive dental deposits

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