MCQs on Growth and Development - Orthodontics

# Growth site of the mandible is in the :
A. Body
B. Condylar cartilage
C. Coronoid process
D. Ramus

# Maxilla develops by :
A. Endochondral bone formation
B. Intramembranous bone formation
C. cartilage replacement and intramembranous bone formation
D. mostly cartilage replacement and a little by intramembranous

MCQs on Etiology of Malocclusion - Orthodontics

# Malocclusion can be progressive in:
A. Class I
B. Class II
C. Class III
D. Combination of both class I and Class III

# Retained mandibular deciduous central incisors will result in:
A. Lingual eruption of mandibular permanent incisors
B. Labial eruption of mandibular permanent incisors
C. Impaction of mandibular permanent incisors
D. Ankylosis of mandibular permanent incisors

MCQs on Development of Dentition - Orthodontics

# In children, median diastema between maxillary permanent incisors closes with the eruption of:
A. Maxillary permanent first premolars
B. Maxillary permanent lateral incisors
C. Maxillary permanent canines
D. Maxillary permanent second molars

# The average "Leeway space" available in each half of the maxilla is approximately:
A. 0.9 mm
B. 2.9 mm
C. 4.0 mm
D. 6.9 mm

MCQs on Child Psychology - Pedodontics

# Most realistic approach in managing a difficult child in dental clinic is:
A. Disregard the behavior of child
B. Make child familiar with clinical atmosphere
C. Physical methods to make child accept the treatment
D. None of the above

# Hand over mouth exercise (HOME) is effective behavioral modification technique in the age group of:
A. 3 to 6 years
B. Under 3 years
C. 6 to 9 years
D. Above 9 years

MCQs on Diseases of Blood - RBC Disorders, WBC disorders, Bleeding / Clotting Disorders

# All of the following statements about idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura are true EXCEPT :
A. It is associated with platelet-specific auto-antibodies
B. It causes a prolonged bleeding time
C. It is often controllable by immunosuppressive treatment
D. It causes more prolonged hemorrhage than hemophilia

# The oral findings in erythroblastosis fetalis include:
A. Dentinal Dysplasia
B. Hypoplastic teeth
C. Pigmented teeth
D. All of the above

MCQs on Removable Partial Dentures : Introduction and Classification

# Class IV Kennedy classification is:
A. Bilateral edentulous area located posterior to the remaining natural teeth
B. Unilateral edentulous area located posterior to the remaining natural teeth
C. Unilateral edentulous area with natural teeth remaining both anterior and posterior to it
D. A single but bilateral (crossing the midline) edentulous area located anterior to the remaining natural teeth

# A distal extension partial denture receives its support :
A. From terminal abutments
B. Equally from abutments and the residual ridges
C. Mostly from residual ridge
D. Exclusively from residual ridge

Dental Materials MCQS - Physical Properties

1. Stress is defined as:
A. An applied load or force
B. A deformation resulting from an applied load
C. An external force opposing an applied load
D. An internal force opposing an applied load

2. Strain is defined as :
A. An applied load or force
B. A deformation resulting from an applied load
C. An external force opposing an applied load
D. An internal force opposing an applied load

BPKIHS BDS Annual OSPE Examination 2017 - GIT, Endo-Repro, Integumentary and Hepatobiliary system

BDS Annual OSPE Examination 2017
Endocrine, Reproductive, Integumentary , GIT, HB System(Unit III & IV)

1.     Anatomy:
a.     Key: Liver
                                                    i.     Identify the specimen.                       (2)
                                                   ii.     List any five area of it not covered by peritoneum.              (5)
                                                 iii.     List the formation and branches of Hepatic portal vein.       (3)

b.     Key: Gall bladder
                                                    i.     Identify the flagged specimen.                       (2)
                                                   ii.     List its different parts.                        (4)       
                                                 iii.     List the boundry of caudate lobe.                  (4)

BDS VIVA Questions - CNS, MSK and Special Senses - Annual Exam 2017

BDS Annual Examination 2017
VIVA Questions
CNS, MSK & Special Senses

a.     Name the type of fibres present in corpus callosum.          (2)
b.    What is Bell’s Palsy? Mention its clinical features.               (2)
c.     What is pterion? Mention its clinical significance.                (2)
d.    What are the structures found in internal acoustic meatus?            (2)
e.    What are intrinsic muscles of eye?                                 (2)

MBBS / BDS Medical Entrance Examination - Reproductive System MCQs

# Cowper's gland is a:
A. Male Sex Gland
B. Female Sex Gland
C. A kind of endocrine gland
D. A kind of digestive gland

# Cowper's gland is present in:
A. Frog
B. Earthworm
C. Cockroach
D. Rabbit

MBBS / BDS Medical Entrance Examination - MCQs on Sense Organs

# Acoustic spot in each ampulla of human ear is known as:
A. Otolith
B. Organ of Corti
C. Crista
D. Macula

# In internal ear, sensory pathces are situated in:
A. membranous labyrinth
B. cochlea
C. stapedial plate
D. Fenestra ovalis

MBBS / BDS Medical Entrance Examination - Nervous System MCQs

# Longest Cranial Nerve is:
A. Occulomotor
B. Vagus
C. Abducent
D. Occipital

# Number of cranial nerve in rabbit is ____ pairs.
A. 9
B. 10
C. 11
D. 12

# The lobe of brain where visual stimuli are received and analysed is:
A. Frontal
B. Temporal
C. Parietal
D. Occipital

MBBS / BDS Medical Entrance Examination - Digestive System and Nutrition MCQs

# Micelles are the bodies related to:
A. Secretion of hormones
B. Secretion of enzymes
C. Absorption of minerals
D. Absorption of fat

# Movements of circular muscles in the stomach is called
A. Digestion
B. Absorption
C. Excretion
D. Peristalsis