Chapter 18: Facial Pain and Neuromuscular Diseases
#1. (...) is an acute weakness or paralysis of the facial nerve without an identifiable cause. - Bell palsy #2. A variety of conditions may increase the risk for developing Bell palsy. What are s...
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Chapter 37: Medications for Management of Chronic, Non-Odontogenic Pain
#1. What are the three gnereal categories of orofacial pain? - musculoskeletal disorders (e.g. TMDs) neuropathic disorders (e.g. trigeminal neuralgia) neurovascular disorders (e.g. headaches...
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Chapter 26: Cancer and Oral Care of Patients With Cancer
#1. What are the four most common causes of cancer among men? - prostate lung colon rectum #2. What are the four most common causes of cancer among women? - breast lung colon uterine #3. How has...
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Chapter 5: Criteria for Optimum Functional Occlusion
#1. The relationship of the maxillary and mandibular teeth when they are in functional contact during activity of the mandible. - occlusion #2. The first significant concept developed to describe o...
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Chapter 41: Drugs for Medical Emergencies
#1. In studies surveying the incidence and type of medical emergencies in dental practice, many of the report medical emergencies. When do most medical emergencies in dental practice occur? - Man...
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Chapter 21: Organ Transplantation
#1. What are the two essential principles of organ transplantation? - the immunology underlying donor and recipient matching the need for immunosuppressive therapy #2. What are two unique featu...
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Chapter 22: Disorders of Red Blood Cells
#1. What is anemia? - A reduction in the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. #2. Anemia is not a disease but rather a symptom complex that may result from one of three underlying causes. What ar...
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Chapter 11: Gastrointestinal Disease
#1. What is the a well-defined break in the GI mucosa, at least 0.5 mm in diameter, called? - peptic ulcer #2. Where do peptic ulcer develop principally? - Tn regions of the GI tract that are prox...
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Chapter 24: Lipid-Lowering Drugs
#1. What protein transports fatty acids in the blood? - albumin #2. How are triglycerides transported in the blood? - lipoproteins #3. What is the term for elevated lipoprotein levels? - hyperlipid...
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Orthodontics Exam Chapter 15
#1. 1. Which of the following conditions is an absolute contraindication to dental treatment until a consultation with the patient's provider has determined any special treatment alterations that ...
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Chapter 12: Chronic Kidney Disease and Dialysis
#1. What is the definition of chronic kidney disease (CKD)? - Abnormalities of kidney structure or function, present for 3 months or longer, with implications for health. #2. What are the two prima...
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Chapter 23: Disorders of White Blood Cells
#1. What three groups of white blood cells (WBCs) are found in the peripheral circulation? - granulocytes lymphocytes monocytes #2. What are the three types of granulocytes? - neutrophils (90%)...
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Chapter 34: Antifungal and Antiviral Agents
#1. What are the nine major fungal diseases? - aspergillosis (Aspergillus fumigatus) blastomycosis (Blastomyces dermatitidis) candidiasis (Candida albicans) coccidioidomycosis (Coccidioi...
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Chapter 7: Viral Infections
#1. What family of double stranded DNS viruses includes eight different subtypes for which humans are the only natural reservoir? - human herpesvirus (HHV) #2. What are HHV-1 and HHV-2 called? - h...
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