AIPG 2011 Dental Questions Recall 1. 'indifferent' fibers are a. elastic fibers b. oxytalan fibers c. collagen fibers d. None of the above 2. Apical migration of epithelial attachment with corresponding recession of marginal gingiva results in a.Shallow sulcus b. gingival pocket formation c. infrabony pocket formation d. periodontal pocket formation 3. Gingival clefts may be formed by a. occlusal disharmonies b. faulty tooth brushing c. normal frenum attachment d. use of dental floss 4. Tobacco chewing is thought to be contributing / predisposing factor in which condition ? a. desquamative gingivitis b. ANUG c.juvenile periodontitis d. erythema multiforme 5. ADH from a. pre optic b. supra optic c. para venticular d. post optic 6. blood coagualation defect not seen? a. after taking brufen b. thalasamia c. VWF defiecien d. 7. attached gingiva is a. always stippled b. non keratinized c. resistant to masticatory stress and forces d. resistant to inflammatory changes 8. Type of bone present in interradicular area cortical cancellous osteophytic exophyric 9. type of bone present on labial surface of anterior teeth cortical cancellous exophytic osteophytic 10. most common cause of drymouth in adults tarnquilizers anti-histaminics insulin birth control pills 11. most common clinical sign of occlusal trauma wear facets tooth mobility enamel cracks cuspal fracture 12. probable etiology of gingivosis is high progesterone levels def of estrogen and testosterone pregnancy aldosterone deficiency 13. supragingival plaque undergoes which of the following changes with time. plaque mass decreases plaque microflora becomes more gram positive plaque microflora becomes more gram negative plaque microflora becomes predominantly spirochetal 14. difference between sub and supragingival calculus is related to pH of saliva death of leukocytes hemolysis of erythrocytes all of the above 15. which of the following is a characteristic of supragingival plaque and not of sub gingival plaque in humans motile bacteria are predominant spirochetes are evident microscopically gram negative bacteria are predominant bacterial composition is altered by dietary sugar consumption 16. delayed hypersensitivity or cell mediated immune reactions occur in patients with periodontal diseases because they often have -IgG antibody reactine with plaque bacterial antigens -T lymphocytes sensitized to plaque bacterial antigens -soluble immune complexes within involves gingival tissues -all of the above 17. which of the following is most useful in diffentiating an acute periodontal abscess from pa abscess -type of exhudate- -nature of swelling -intensity of pain -result of periodontal probing 18. which index would u use to access the severity of periodontitis in epidemiological studiesof a large population. -pma index -gingival index -periodontal index -sulcus bleeding index 19. which of the following plaque indices does not use disclosing agent -plaque component of periodontal disease index -debris component of Simplified Oral Hygiene Index -modified Quingley Hein plaque index -all of the above 20. following plaque index divides each tooth surface into 9 areas -php index -plaue index by silness and loe - modified Navy plaque index - glass criteria for scoring debris 21. in gingivitis, the role of immunoglobulins is consistent with increased number of -fibroblases -neutrophils -lymphocytes -plasma cells 22. teeth that are least affected by periodontal disease are -lower first molars and upper anteriors -lower premolars and upper canines -lower first molars and upper incisors and premolars -lower centrals, laterals and upper molars 23.