Using the information provided for B, answer questions 1 to 10 on the answer score sheet:

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Patient Babita:

Patient Information:

Gender: female
Height: 180cm (ft/in)
Weight: 80kg (lbs)

Pulse Rate: 76bpm
Respiration Rate: 16/min
Temperature: 37C (°F)

Chief Complaint: mass on the lower right premolar area that bleeds easily on chewing.
History of Chief Complaint: Red mass noticed 2 months ago, slowly growing painless, bleeds easily on chewing.
Dental History: Last visit Two years ago for a restoring a deep big cavity on tooth 4.6
Medical History:
Significant Findings: History of asthma.
Current Medication: Cortisone.
Allergies: Natural opioids.
Social/Family History:
Single. Works in a library.
Clinical Examination:
Significant Findings:
Extraoral: Red lesion on the mid face, and red mass on the lower right lip. With pink white mass on the hard palate.
Intraoral: Tooth 4.5 is broken with big red soft tissue mass.Painless mass on the left side of the tongue.

 


Question :1 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following should be included in the treatment plan for the management of this patient?
A Periapical radiograph(s).
B. Bitewing radiograph(s).
C. Panoramic radiograph.
D. Tooth percussion.
E. Application of pressure on individual cusps.
F. Assessment of tooth mobility.
G. Electric pulp testing.
H. Thermal test(s).
I. Evaluation of the occlusion.
J. Selective local anesthesia.
K. Blood testing.
L. Microbial testing.
M. Cytological smear.
N. Incisional biopsy.
0. Excisional biopsy.

 

Question : 2 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following should be included in the treatment plan for the management of this patient?

A. No special consideration needed
B. Prophylactic antibiotics.
C. Short appointment
D. Anxiolytic / sedative drug administration.
E. Prophylactic nitroglycerin.
F. Avoid NSAIDs.
G. Avoid opioids.
H. Avoid epinephrine.
I. Minimize the use of epinephrine.
J. Avoid local anesthetic.
K. Adjust current medication.
L. Stop current medication prior to appointment.
M. Delay routine treatments.
N. Treat at the end of the day.
0. Must treat in a hospital facility.

Question:3 (Select ONE correct answer.)
Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis for the entity shown in the above
photograph?
A. Stensen’s duct orifice.
B. Torus.
C. Pyogenic granuoloma.
D. Mucocele.
E. Hemangioma.
F. Fibroepithelial polyp/traumatic fibroma.
G. Traumatic neuroma.
H. Papilloma/ verruca vulgaris.
I. Salivary gland adenoma.
J. Granular cell tumor.
K. Gingival cyst
L. Abscess.
M. Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia (denture stomatitis).
N. Epulis fissuratum (inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia).
0. Squamous cell carcinoma.
Question:4 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following is/are indicated for the management of the entity shown in the
above photograph?
A. No treatment.
B. Observe and reassess in2 weeks.
C. Topical antimicrobial.
D. Systemic antimicrobial
E. Topical corticosteroid
F. Systemic corticosteroid
G. Topical anesthetic.
H. Systemic analgesic.
l. Protective dressing.
J. Eliminate etiological factor(s).
K. Debridement
L. Incisional biopsy.
M. Excisional biopsy.
N. Medical evaluation

 

 

Question:5 (Select ONE or MORE correct answer.)
Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis for the abovephotograph?
A. Stensen’s duct orifice.
B. Torus.
C. Pyogenic granuoloma.
D. Mucocele.
E. Hemangioma.
F. Fibroepithelial polyp/traumatic fibroma.
G. Traumatic neuroma.
H. Papilloma/ verruca vulgaris.
I. Salivary gland adenoma.
J. Granular cell tumor.
K. Gingival cyst
L. Aphthous ulceration.
M. Inflammatory papillary hyperplasia (denture stomatitis).
N. Epulis fissuratum (inflammatory fibrous hyperplasia).
0. Squamous cell carcinoma.

Question:6 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following is/are indicated for the management of the entity shown in the
above photograph?
A. No treatment.
B. Observe and reassess in2 weeks.
C. Topical antimicrobial.
D. Systemic antimicrobial
E. Topical corticosteroid
F. Systemic corticosteroid
G. Topical anesthetic.
H. Systemic analgesic.
l. Protective dressing.
J. Eliminate etiological factor(s).
K. Debridement
L. Incisional biopsy.
M. Excisional biopsy.
N. Medical evaluation

 

Question: 7 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following describes an appropriate diagnosis for tooth 4.5 ?
A. Normal pulp.
B. Reversible pulpitis.
C. Irreversible pulpitis.
D. Necrotic pulp.
E. Acute periradicular periodontitis.
F. Acute periradicular abscess.
G. Chronic periradicular periodontitis.
H. Chronic periradicular abscess (suppurative periradicular periodontitis).
I. Vertical root fracture.
J. Horizontal root fracture.
K. Hyperplastic pulpitis.
L. Endodontic – periodontic lesion

Question:8 (Select ONE correct answer.)
Which of the following is the diagnosis for the entity shown in the abovephotograph?
A. Aphthous ulcer(s).
B. Herpes zoster.
C. Traumatic ulcer(s).
D. Recurrent herpes simplex.
E. Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis.
F. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis.
G. Erythema migrans/geographic tongue.
H. Herpangina.
I. Mucosal burn.
J. Lichen planus..
L. Cicatricial pemphigoid/benign mucous membrane pemphigoid
M. Pempbisus vulgaris.
N. Erythema multiforme.
0. Lupus erythematosus.

Additional Information patient:

Vestibular
Tooth 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7
Probingdepth 555 322 446 X
. . 455
Recession
Bleedingonprobing .

Lingual
Tooth 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7
Probingdepth 555 232 556 X 333
Recession
Bleedingonprobing

 

 

Mobility 3
Furcation
B-11



C

 


Question : 10 (Select ONE OR MORE correct answers.)
Which of the following is /are appropriate for the management of this periodontal condition if the findings still the same after initial scaling and root planning treatment?

A. Nonsurgical debridement.
B. Systemic antimicrobial therapy.
C. Extraction.
D. Open flap debridement alone .
E. Open flap debridement with apically positioned flap.
F. Coronally positioned flap.
G. Laterally positioned flap.
H. Free(autogenous) gingival flap.
I. Subepithelial C.T flap.
J. Guided tissue regeneration.
K. Bone graft.
L. Gingivectomy/Gingivoplasty.
M. Distal wedge.
N. Gingival curettage