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1. What is impaction? Indication of Extraction of impacted teeth.
2. Ameloblastoma: etiopathogenesis, C/F, T/t.
3. Favourable and unfavourable #s. Principles of # T/t.
4. Trigeminal neuralgia. Etiology, C/F, T/t.
5. MPDS: predisposing factors, C/F, T/t.
6. Chronic pyogenic and suppurative osteomyelitis: Pathogenesis and treatment.
7. Dry socket: definition and causes.
8. Oroantral communication: cause, treatment.
9. Radicular cyst: Diagnosis, treatment.
10. Mx of patient on aspirin for Xn.
11. Merit/demerit of bur, chisel and mallet.
12. GowGates technique.
13. I for open extraction. Describe the flaps for the same.
14. Actinomycosis.
15. LA: classification, composition with fxn of each, MOA, complications.
16. Technique, landmark, S/S: IAN, PSA, Infraorbital.
17. Boundaries: pterygomandibular space, submandibular space.
18. Mx of anaphylaxis.
19. Ankylosis: classification, T/t, etiology.
20. Classification: Impacted canine, midface #.
21. Marsupialization of cystic lesion.



22. Oroantral fistula : etiology, complication, Mx.
23. Principles of surgery.
24. Extraction: I, CI, complication.
25. Describe areas supplied by IAN, long buccal, lingual, GP, PSA, NP, incisive, mental, infraorbital.
26. 38,48 Xn : Contarindication
27. SN: WAR line, Peterson’s difficulty index, causes of tooth impaction, heart disease needing prophylaxis, radicular cyst, nerve injury, adenocystic carcinoma, teeth and fracture lines, cavernous sinus thrombosis and its management, shift cone technique.
28. Precaution and Complication of surgery in HTN, asthmatics, diabetes.
29. GCS
30. X-ray used for mand/max #.
31. Branches of V2 and V3 and their innervation.
32. MoM, muscles attached to mandible.
33. Investigation of bleeding disorder.
34. Etiology of cleft.
35. Boundaries and content of infratemporal fossa.
36. C/F of U/L subcondylar dislocated #
37. Fracture healing.
38. Branches of external carotid, max artery, facial artery.
39. Tongue: muscles, nerve supply, lymph drainage.
40. Shock: hypovolemic, anaphylactic.
41. Space infections that cause trismus.
42. Spaces infected by lower 2nd molar.
43. Investigations and Mx of cystic lesions (also their enlargement)
44. Mandibular #: Classification and X-ray.
45. Different types of flap with design.
46. C/F, radiofeature, Mx: CGCG, ameloblastic fibroma, dry socket.
47. Etiology, C/F, Mx of pterygomandibular abscess.
48. C/F, Investigation and Mx of hemangioma.
49. Causes of non-healing fractures.
50. Possible complication of 16,26 Xn.
51. Open Vs closed reduction of mand #.
52. Define sterilization. Describe one.
53. Complication LeFort I osteotomy.
54. Methods of treating LeFort I #.
55. Superficial Vs deep temporal space.
56. Gillie’s temporal approach.
57. Branches of V.
58. Face- blood supply.
59. Facial palsy.
60. Indication of tracheostomy in OMFS.
61. CSF rhinorrhea and its Dx.
62. Complication of #.
63. Mention principles of elevators.
64. T/t options for Trigem N.
65. Classification of impacted teeth.



66. Three technique to block IAN.
67. Sequetrum vs involucrum.
68. Name 3 surgical approach to TMJ.
69. Normal flora of oral cavity and skin.
70. Describe line of # in LeFort # with diagram.
71. Enucleation vs marsupialization.
72. Space for 3rd molar.
73. Classify condylar #.
74. C/F and Mx of OAF..
75. Classify sutures. Describe different sutures with diagram.
76. MEQ: U/L TMJ ankylosis. – Dx and Mx. – cause, classification and pathophysiology. – Surgical Mx. – Approach to mandible. – Material used for interpositional arthroplasty and describe.
77. MEQ: LeFort I # with zygomatic complex #. –Dx. –X-ray. – Mx. Open vs closed reduction. –Gunning splint.
78. 5 lesion associated with impacted teeth. –Factors causing Xn easy and difficult.
79. Complication due to Xn of 36,46.
80. Allergic rxn, anaphylaxis due to LA: –Dx. –Mx. Prevention.
81. Ameloblastoma: histological variants, mode of t/t, radiological findings.
82. Extracranial course and branches of V3.
83. LeFort II#: GCS, C/F, X-ray.
84. Bleeding socket for 7 days: cause, investigation, Mx.
85. Case of dentigerous cyst: confirming Dx, describe enucleation and marsupialization.
86. Pt with severe pain, limited mouth opening. OPG revealed carious lesion: Primary Mx, Define Ludwig’s angina, Mx and complication Ludwig’s angina.
87. Syncope: pathophysiology, S/S, Mx.
88. 28 yrs old B/l condylar #: Investigation and Mx.
89. Zygomatic complex #: X-ray, C/F, indication for open reduction.
90. A 60 yrs old man comes in denal clinic for Xn of tooth. Previous h/o prosthetic valve replacement. 6 mnths back. List the preoperative preparation of this case. He developed intense chest pain and radiated to left shoulder : Mx.
91. Methods of treating LeFort I 3.
92. Causes of postoperative bleeding.

93. Face: blood supply.
94. Facial palsy.
95. Neuroparesis.
96. Define #. Mention causes of non-healing socket.
97. Mention the C/F of U/L subcondylar dislocated #.
98. X-ray for mand #.
99. SN: teeth and # line.
100. Define Ludwig’s angina, tt, C/F.
101. Define Xn. Flaps in open Xn with diagrams.
102. Define cyst. Mention a cyst without epithelial lining.
103. Dx of cyst, how ?
104. D/D of periapical radiolucency.
105. C/F and Mx of B/L TMJ ankylosis.
106. How to identify and manage anaphylactic rxn to LA ?
107. Buccinator muscle.
108. Osteology of midface.
109. Orthognathic surgery.
110. Ascending palatine branch of max artery.
111. Hypoglycemic shock.
112. Complications of LeFort I osteotomy.
113. Pharmacology of LA.
114. History taking. Method of drainage of submandibular and pterygomandibular space abscess.
115. Theories and MOA of LA. Describe specific receptor theory.
116. Patient on warfarin, Mx.
117. ORN : etio, C/F, Tt.
118. OKC – types, histological classification and its significance, recurrence and prevention, C/F, T/t.
119. Referred pain ?
120. Asthma Mx ?
121. Liver disease patient Mx.
122. Mx of seizures, thyroid, alcoholics.
123. PEP.
124. Indication of antimicrobials in OMFS.
125. Frey’s syndrome, etio, S/S, tt.
126. Silhoutte/PG tumor
127. Syncope vs drug overdose.
128. Central lymph nodes.
129. Inner/outer waldeyer’s ring.
130. Internal derangement.
131. CSF vs nasal secretion vs blood.
132. Birn’s hypothesis.
133. Pyogenic OM.
134. Ideal properties of LA.
135. BLS.
136. MOA of Nimesulide, Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Penicillin, cephalosporins.
137. Describe Kazanjian’s technique in vestibuloplasty.
138. Describe Caldwell-Luc operation.
139. Causes for post-traumatic diplopia.
140. Indications for sagittal split osteotomy.
141. I/CI of adrenaline.
142. Some incisions to middle third #.
143. Define dislocation.
144. Absolute/relative indications for open reduction of condylar #.
145. Mx of avulsed tooth.
146. Tt of Ellis V #.
147. Principles of suturing.
148. Tissue reaction to suture.
149. C/F of Guerin #, pyramidal #, unilateral and bilateral TMJ ankylosis.
150. Etiology of oral cancer. TNM classification and staging.



151. Define pain and methods to control pain.
152. Mention theories of pain and action of LA.
153. Local and systemic complications of LA.
154. Types of vasoconstrictors used in dentistry.
155. Indications of vestibuloplasty.
156. Classify antibiotic.
157. Complex odontoma, pleomorphic adenoma.
158. Warphe’s difficulty index.


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