Which of the following diseases caused a patient to be more susceptible to

Which of the following diseases caused a patient to

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Which of the following diseases caused a patient to be more susceptible to periodontal disease, to bleed more easily, and to heal more slowly:DiabetesWhen cementum is deposited between two adjoinging teeth after the roots are developed, the condition is known as: ConcrescenceWhere would you expect to find a periodontal abscess: Along the sides of the teethWhen pathology can be seen on a radiograph in the surrounding bone and there is swelling, fever, and sharp pain, the condition is: Acute apicalabscessCellulitis of the jaw is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT: MesenchymaWhich of the following is an oral tumor with a cauliflower-like appearance: PapillomaThe science of oral athology deals with diseases of the: oral cavityOral cancer may first appear as: ErythroplakiaKoplik’s spots in the buccal mucosa are an oral manifestation of: MeaslesWhich of the following is the first visible evidence of caries in the enamel: slightly whitened area on the surface of the toothAn opportunistic infection associated with AIDS is: MoniliasisSelect the theory of the cause of dental caries that accounts for the dissoulition of the mineral content of the tooth: Proteolytic conceptPeriodontis may also be called: PyorrheaEarly diagnosis of leukoplakia is important because: It may precede development of a malignant tumorRemoval of tissues by bodily fluids or cellular activity is called: ResorptionThe most common facial bone fracture is fracture of the: Nasal BoneThe condition of the tongue characterized by alternating red areas bordered by yellowish-white is known as: Geographic TongueWhich of the following may be observed in the oral cavity as a lesion with a hard, rolled bored: SyphilisDental Radiology Exam- MD0512Which of the following affects the placement and stabilization of intraoral film packets: Center the film lingual to the tooth being radiographedTo have an effective darkroom, every area should be painted black EXCEPT: Ceiling of the darkroomWhich one of the following actions is most appropriate for ensuring that x-ray film will be used prior to the expiration date set by themanufacturer: Avoid overstockingWhich type of intaoral radiographic film provides a means of examining larger areas of the jaw and does so from a different angle than is possiblewith other intraoral methods: OcclusalWhen the dental officer desires a film processed for a “wet reading”, it should be left in the fixing solution a minimum of: 2 minutesPossible harmful effects of overexposeure to radiation include all of the following EXCEPT: Cancer due to chromosomal changesRoentgenology is: The study and use of x-raysType O bite-wing film should be used for: Posterior Teeth of childrenWhen making periapical radiographs of the mandible using the bisecting angle technique, the head should be positioned so that the occlusalsurfaces of the mandibular teeth are: Horizontal when the mouth is openedWhich of the following is NOT a property of x-rays: They can be seen and felt
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