NMCLE Questions Model Test Solution 10 CSQs

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NMCLE Questions Model Test Solution CSQs

131.

A 25 years male patient presents with badlydamaged, non-vital and endodnotically treated tooth Best Treatment option for thiscase1 Mark

A. Extraction followed by fixed prosthesisB. Post and Core
C. Re/RCT and Recountering of toothD. None

132. In post hole preparation, which of the following provides as best anti-rotational  action1 Mark

A. Anti-rotational notchB. A linear groove in the thickest wall of root
C. A oval cross section of dowelD. A conical Cross section of dowel

133. A ferrule is1 Mark

A. A rule governing gold inlay preparationB. A mechanical tooth separator
C. An electronic measuring device for determination of length of remaining coronal tooth structureD. An encircling band of metal that increase fracture resistance.

134. Component of Implant placed after healing period1 Mark

A. Implant BodyB. Implant coping
C. Transepithelial attachment or abutmentD. Prosthesis

135. Gingival retraction is done by all of following except1 Mark

A. Aluminium ChlorideB. Aluminium nitrate
C. Aluminium SulphateD. Ferric Sulphate

136.

A 55 years old female patient with denturewearer reported to dentist. Her chief complaint was pain in the denture bearingarea. On examination, reveals inflammation of denture bearing area ,erythematous in nature, more diffuse involving entire denture bearing area.What is clinical situationcalled as :1 Mark

A. Epulis fissuratumB. Traumatic Ulcer
C. Denture irritational hyperplasiaD. Denture stomatitis

137. Among the different types of denture stomatitis diagnosis of candida-associated denture stomatitis is confirmed by1 Mark

A. Based on clinical featureB. Based on intensity of erythematous lesions
C. By Mycelia or pseudo hyphae in a direct smear or isolation of candida in high numberD. By examining the existing denture

138. One of the systemic factors predisposing to candida associated stomatitis is1 Mark

A. HypertensionB. HIV
C. Nutritional DeficiencyD. SLE

139.  In management of candida denture stomatitis the following is used1 Mark

A. Chlorhexidine 2%B. Betadine mouthwash
C. Gention violetD. Local therapy with nystatin or amphotericin B

140.  If patient complains of sore throat after 24 hour of denture delivery, most likely cause is1 Mark

A. Allergy to acrylicB. Extended PPS area
C. Extended maxillary denture in Pterygoid notch areaD. Extended mandibular denture

141. Patient visited dentist with chief complain of decayed tooth wrt 24 and 36. After proper investigation dentist plan to do tooth coloured restoration. After the dentist has completed an etching procedure on a class III composite preparation, the preparation gets contaminated with saliva. In response, the dentist should do which of the following?1 Mark

A. Blow away the saliva with air, and then proceed.B. Rinse away the saliva with water, dry the preparation, then proceed.
C. Wipe away the saliva with cotton pellet, rinse the preparation with water, dry it with air, and then proceed.D. Rinse away the saliva with water, dry the preparation with air, then repeats the etching procedure.

142.

The advantage of using visible light for light cure resins is1 Mark

A. It is easily processed by any light sourceB. Machine is easily available
C. It can cure the resin through enamelD. The finish is better

143. Dentist plan to prepare cavity wrt 36 for indirect tooth-coloured restorations the recommended gingival-occlusal divergence per wall will be:1 Mark

A. Greater than 2-5 degreesB. 2-5 degrees
C. Less than 2-5 degreesD. Less than 5 degrees

144. 1 After 2 months of restoration patient come with complain of Sensitivity in gingival area of Class II light cured composite restoration what will be the cause of sensitivity:1 Mark

A. Improper cavity preparation at gingival marginB. Curing from occlusal area only
C. Addition of resin in multiple incrementsD. Curing from buccal and lingual aspect

145. The most important cause for marginal failure of amalgam restoration is:1 Mark

A. Increased creepB. Decreased strength
C. Tarnish and corrosionD. Delayed setting of the material

146. Patient come to you with chief complain of severe throbbing pain in relation to mandibular second molar. The tooth is sensitive to both hot and cold food and elicits a painful response on percussion. What would be your treatment of choice?1 Mark

A. Incision and drainage of Periapical areaB. Endodontic therapy
C. Indirect pulp cappingD. Partial pulpectomy

147. Most common cause of pulp pathology is:1 Mark

A. MicrobesB. Trauma
C. Leakage from filling materialsD. Pressure sensation from condensation of filling materials

148.

After proper investigation you prepared access opening and cleaning and shaping of root canal. During root canal treatment what is the significance of free eugenol sealer cements1 Mark

A. Increase in dimensional stabilityB. Increase in Setting time
C. ncrease in CytotoxicityD. Increase in Strength

149.

The micro-organism previously present in the Periapical tissues following obturation1 Mark

A. Persist and stimulate the formation of a granulomaB. Are eliminated by the natural defences
C. Re-enter and re-infect the sterile canal and are removed by surgeryD. Are eliminated by the medicaments used in endodontic treatment.

150.

RCT treated roots with well filled post and core, has a periapical radiolucency1 Mark

A. Apicoectomy and retrograde filling with silverB. Periapical curettage & apicoectomy
C. Retreat and filling with guttaperchaD. None of above

151.

A 21 year old male complains of pain and swelling in rightlower back teeth region since 5 days. He also complains of decreased mouthopening to one finger width. He had never experienced such problem before.

This could be due to1 Mark

A. Impacted third molarB. Oral submucous fibrosis
C. Tmj ankylosisD. Squamous cell carcinoma

152.

On clinical examination, only distal cusp of right lowerthird molar is visible and there is inflammation surrounding it. The conditionis known as1 Mark

A. PeriodontitisB. Coronitis
C. PericoronitisD. Alveolitis

153.

The preferred radiographic investigation in this condition is 1 Mark

A. IOPARB. OPG
C. CBCTD. CECT

154.

In winter’s WAR line, amber line represents the1 Mark

A. Relative depth of third molarB. Point of application of the elevator
C. Bone level covering the impacted toothD. Axial inclination of the impacted tooth relative to 2nd molar

155.

The difficulty score for an mesioangular impacted mandibular3rd molar, class II and position B is 1 Mark

A. 5B. 6
C. 7D. 10

156.

A 25 yr old male was riding two wheeler without helmet andcollided with a 4 wheller coming from opposite direction. Patient had panfacialfracture and fractured femur. Patient was taken to nearby trauma center.

The GCS of the patient was 8. Which of the following is notthe component of GCS scale?1 Mark

A. Eye openingB. Verbal response
C. Motor responseD. Mouth opening

157.

What is the next step in management?1 Mark

A. Send patient for CT scan immediately accompanied by a doctorB. Call trauma surgeon to take the case for operation
C. Call maxillofacial surgeon to take the case for operationD. Stabilize the hemodynamics of the patient

158.

On secondary survey, ecchymosis was seen at greater palatalforamen bilaterally. This condition is known as1 Mark

A. Guiren’s signB. Battle’s sign
C. Corman’s signD. Verill’s sign

159.

Patient had floating maxilla. It is due to1 Mark

A. Lefort I fractureB. Lefort II fracture
C. Lefort III fractureD. Lefort IV fracture

160.

Patient had watery discharge from nose and was suspected forCSF rhinnorhea. Which of the following procedure should be avoided?1 Mark

A. Oral intubationB. Bridle wire placement
C. Extraction of hopeless toothD. Nasal intubation

161.

A 4 years old child presents with Labio lingual caries affecting only maxillaryincisiors and involving molars.

The diagnosis would be1 Mark

A. Type 1 ECCB. Type 2 ECC
C. Type 3 ECCD. Rampant caries

162.

Who gave the term ECC?1 Mark

A. MossB. Davies
C. WinterD. Dilley

163. In the first appointment , the dentist will1 Mark

A. Start the endodontic treatment of the grossly decayed teethB. Examine the teeth and take radiograph
C. Extract the root piecesD. Start the restoration of decayed teeth

164. The most probable cause of such a condition is:1 Mark

A. High salivary pHB. Consumption of cariogenic food
C. Low birth weightD. Inappropriate use of feeding bottle

165. The no of streptococcus mutans colony forming units (CFU)per unit of saliva will be1 Mark

A. NegligibleB. <100000
C. 10000-10,00,000D. >10,00,000

166.

A 25 year old male presented to department of Oral Medicineand Radiology with complaint of mild paresthesia of right inferior alveolarnerve. On panoramic radiographic examination it revealed multilocularradiolucency on right mandible.

1.      The least likely diagnosis is:1 Mark

A. AmeloblastomaB. Neurofibroma
C. Odontogenic keratocystD. Central giant cell granuloma

167. What would be your choice for next investigation?1 Mark

A. Excision biopsyB. Aspiration cytology
C. CT scanD. PET scan

168.

A dirty white aspirate of protein < 4gm>1 Mark

A. NeurofibromaB. Odontogenic keratocyst
C. AmeloblastomaD. Central giant cell granuloma

169.

Odontogenic keratocyst is known for its:1 Mark

A. Malignant transformationB. Satellite cyst
C. Nodal metastasisD. Impacted teeth

170. The treatment of choice for odontogenic keratocyst is:1 Mark

A. MarsupializationB. Enucleation
C. Enucleation with peripheral ostectomyD. Resection and radiation

171.

A 30 years old male reported with chief complaint of constant radiating, gnawing pain that is intensified by eating spicy foods and chewing. He also reported a “metallic” foul taste and an excessive amount of “pasty”saliva. A general examination revealed fever and increased pulse rate. Intra-oral examination showed punched-out, crater like depressions at the crest of the interdental gingival papillae, covered by a gray pseudomembranous slough, in the upper anterior teeth. The most likely infection is1 Mark

A. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitisB. Localized aggressive periodontitis
C. Acute herpetic gingivostomatitisD. Desquamative gingivitis

172. Laboratory test that will help to diagnose above condition is:1 Mark

A. Complement fixationB. Dark field examination
C. Tissue cultureD. Animal inoculation

173. This type of infection is reported to have an increased incidence in which of the following disease1 Mark

A. Diabetes mellitusB. HIV
C. TuberculosisD. Syphilis

174. Surgical procedure for severe tissue destruction in such infection is1 Mark

A. Reshaping the gingiva (Gingivoplasty)B. Resection of the gingiva (Gingivectomy)
C. Apically displaced flap surgeryD. Coronally displaced flap surgery

175. Above mentioned disease is caused by which organism1 Mark

A. Borrelia vincenti and fusobacteriumB. Actinomycetam comilans
C. Actinomyces nauseladiiD. Streptococcus mutans

176. A 21 year old male healthy patient reported with a prognathic mandible, intraorally he has anterior crossbite and class III molar relationship, cephalometrically has an SNA of 78 degrees, SNB of 89 degrees

What would be the treatment of choice for the adult class III skeletal malocclusion with prominent chin?1 Mark

A. Functional ApplianceB. Fixed Orthodontics
C. Functional jaw orthopedic correctionD. Surgical Orthodontics

177. The pre-surgical orthodontic procedures involves1 Mark

A. DecompensationB. Compensation
C. Settling elasticsD. Immobilization

178. The surgical procedure of choice for correction of mandibular excessive prognathism is1 Mark

A. Le Fort I osteotomyB. Bilateral sagittal split osteotomy
C. Caldwell-luc surgeryD. RamaL distraction osteogenesis

179. Frankfort- horizontal is a reference plane constructed by joining which of the following landmarks?1 Mark

A. Nasion and SellaB. Porion and Sella
C. Porion and NasionD. Porion and Orbitale

180. Enlows ‘V’ principle of growth is found in1 Mark

A. Cranial baseB. Maxilla only
C. Maxilla and mandibleD. None of the above

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