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MCQs on Temporomandibular Joint and Maxillary Sinus - Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery MCQs

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# Early movement for surgery following ankylosis is:
A. Unimportant
B. Indicated only when ankylosis is one sided
C. Desirable
D. Harmful

# All of the following are approaches to TMJ EXCEPT:
A. Gillie's temporal approach
B. Alkayat-Bramley periauricular incision
C. Hind's retromandibular approach
D. Endaural approach

Pharmacology MCQs - Drugs acting on CVS, GIT and Respiratory Systems

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# Antacid drug that typically causes diarrhoea is:
A. Sodium bicarbonate
B. Magnesium hydroxide
C. Calcium carbonate
D. Aluminum hydroxide

# The antiulcer agent which detaches and kills H. pylori organism and prevent relapses is:
A. Colloidal bismuth
B. Pirenzepine
C. Misoprostol
D. Sucralfate

MCQs on CardioVascular System - General Medicine MCQs


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# Prophylactic antibiotic coverage before dental extraction is indicated for all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Kidney damage on hemodialysis
B. Prosthetic aortic valve
C. Coronary artery bypass
D. Rheumatic heart disease

# In which of the following types of cardiac arrest is DC counter shock the only definitive treatment?
A. Electromechanical dissociation
B. Asystole
C. Ventricular fibrillation
D. All of them

MCQs on Dental Ceramics and Miscellaneous - Dental Materials MCQs


# According to US FDA, the machine used for taking intraoral radiographs is classified as:
A. Class I
B. Class II
C. Classs III
D. Class IV

# For airblasting of ceramic veneer, the particle size of alumina used is:
A. 25 micrometer
B. 50 micrometer
C. 75 micrometer
D. 100 micrometer

MCQs in Traumatology and Endodontic Surgery - Endodontics MCQs


# A tooth was re-implanted and after 2 years, it gave stony hard sound on percussion. What is diagnosis?
A. Internal resorption
B. External resorption
C. Replacement resorption
D. Inflammatory resorption

# A severe blow to a permanent anterior tooth, not causing fracture frequently leads to:
A. Permanent looseness
B. Immediate pulpal death
C. Pulpal death, but only if treatment is delayed for too long
D. Pulpal death regardless of treatment

# In class IV anterior tooth fracture:
A. No treatment possible
B. Treatment to be given but it is problematic
C. No treatment required
D. None of the above

MCQs on Bleaching of Teeth


# Discoloration of tooth in tetracycline therapy is due to the formation of:
A. Calcium orthophosphate
B. Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate
C. Calcium oxide
D. Tetracalcium phosphate

# Microabrasion is a procedure in clinical orthodontics performed to:
A. Clean the bracket base
B. Clean the archwire
C. Polishing the bracket
D. Removal of white spot lesions

Composition of the Compensation Committee - Consumer Protection Act 2054, Nepal

A Compensation Committee as follows shall be formed in each district in order to conduct inquiry into complaints filed underSection 22 and realize compensation in consideration of losses or damages suffered by the consumer:

(a) Chief District Officer - Chairperson
(b) District Attorney - Member
(c) District Medical Officer - Member
(d) A representative of the District Consumers Association designated by Government of Nepal - Member
(e) Representative, District Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Member
(f) An officer designated by Government of Nepal - Member-Secretary

Prevention of Dental Caries

#MCQ 25- The best method to prevent initiation of caries in a four year old child who has no accessibility to community water fluoridation is:
A. Brushing and flossing
B. 2.2 % NaF Tablet daily
C. 0.05% NaF Mouthwash daily
D. 0.5% NaF toothpaste daily


Answer: B. 2.2 % NaF Tablet Daily

Option 'A' - Adequate Dexterity for proper toothbrushing isn't developed until 10-12 years of age as brushing is a complex skill. For flossing, an adult should perform flossing on the child.

Option 'C' - Fluoride mouth rinses should not be used by children below 6 years as they are not capable of rinsing adequately due to lack of reflex control of swallowing.

Option 'D' - Sodium Fluoride Dentifrices failed to show significant caries reduction. The world's most widely used fluoride is combination of sodium monofluorophosphate (MFP) and insoluble metaphosphate. Currently available dentifrices contain 900 or 1000 ppm (0.76% Sodium MFP) for adults and 500 ppm fluoride concentrations for children.

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#MCQ 24 : Dental Stone and Dental Plaster both have a slightly different type of principal component (Calcium sulfate hemihydrate). Dental Plaster has:

#MCQ 24 : Dental Stone and Dental Plaster both have a slightly different type of principal component (Calcium sulfate hemihydrate). Dental Plaster has:

A. Beta-hemihydrate and dental stone has gamma hemihydrate
B. Alpha hemihydrate and dental stone has beta hemihydrate
C. Gamma hemihydrate and dental stone has beta hemihydrate
D. Beta hemihydrate and dental stone has alpha hemihydrate

Answer D. Dental Plaster has beta hemihydrate and dental stone has alpha hemihydrate.

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#Mnemonics To Remember Six Ethical Principles in Healthcare

The six Key Principles of Ethics in Healthcare Delivery are:

- Non Maleficence
- Beneficence
- Veracity (truthfulness)
- Confidentiality
- Respect for the person
- Justice

This can be memorised with the help of Mnemonics: @ Nirmal Baba is Very Confident RJ (Radio Jockey). OR Naughty Boy is Very Confident RJ.

MCQs on Epidemiology - Public health Dentistry / Community Dentistry



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# In a double blind study, true is:
A. The research investigator is blind to the dependent and independent variable.
B. The subject and the examiner do not know the details of the study
C. The subject in the study do not know the examiner doing the study
D. Only the examiner knows the group to which the subject belongs

# The study which proceeds from cause to effect:
A. Retrospective
B. Cohort
C. Case Control
D. Descriptive

#MCQ 23: The tobacco preparation mainly used to clean the tooth is:

#MCQ 23: The tobacco preparation mainly used to clean the tooth is:
A. Dhumti
B. Mishri
C. Khaini
D. Mawa

Answer: B. Mishri

Mishri or Masheri is prepared by roasting tobacco on a hot metal plate until it is uniformly black. It is then powdered. It is used with or without catechu. Catechu is a residual obtained by soaking the heartwood of the tree Acacia catechu or Acacia suma in boiling water. It is used primarily to clean the teeth.

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#MCQ 22 : Screening for oral cancer comes under which level of prevention?

#MCQ 22 : Screening for oral cancer comes under which level of prevention?

A. Primary Prevention
B. Secondary Prevention
C. Tertiary prevention
D. Primordial prevention

Answer: B. Secondary Prevention
Periodic screening and referral, and provision of dental services are services provided by the community for Secondary Prevention of Oral Cancer (Early Diagnosis and Prompt Treatment).

Reference: Essentials of Public Health Dentistry, 5th Edition, Soben Peter, Page 342

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