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What to do for hard-tissue defect?Aspirate it, and submit radiography to pathologist for orientation.
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3. Matching. Know tissue resection types: resection, total, en bloc, marginal, etc.
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T/F: Bacterial progression in dental infections. Usually aerobes progressing to anaerobes.True
T/F: Bacterial progression in dental infections. Usually anaerobes progressing to aerobes.False (aerobes --> anaerobes)
In the radiographic evaluation of cystic Lesions, MRI preferable to CT in evaluation of margins, however pan view is adequate to evaluate all the margins. (1st/2nd statement T/F)Both false
Oral drug of choicefor for person w/ normal oral flora, etc. for odontogenic infectionpenV
Immediate closure of oral antral communication requires which of following: mobilization and rotation of large mucosal flap, non"infected sinus, Sinus cautions postoperatively, all of the above?all of the above
t/f: In evaluating an oral lesion for biopsy Positive lymph node findings are of secondary importance since they are almost always indicative of infectionFalse
t/f: Local anesthesia willi epinephrine should be iDjected into the lesion to assure hemostasisFalse
t/f: In case of severe atrophy of the alveolar bone, the mental foramen and nerve may occupy a position on the superior aspect of the mandibletrue
Which vein or complex of veins is MOST likely to be involved in the direct hematogenous spread of infection from the canine space to the cavernous sinus?Inferior Ophthalmic vein
In the extraoral approach for surgical gravity-dependent drainage of the sublingual space, which of the muscles is most commonly penetrated by the surgical instruments and the drain?Mylohyoid
In removing a bony cystic lesion with a curette the ____ side of the curette should be facing the boneconcave
The single best radiographic study for evaluation of the maxillary sinusitis is....Waters' view
What do veins of the head and neck lack that all other veins have?Valves
t/f: cellulitis is most commonly caused by anaerobic bacteriaFalse (aerobe?)
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matching: define type of lesion

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Circumscribed area of color change without elevationMacule
Small palpable mass" elevated above the epithelial surfacePapule
Loculated fluid in or under the epithelium of skin or mucosa; a large blisterBulla
Large palpable mass, elevated above the epithelial surfaceNodule
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tumor staging...

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T__ = <2 cmT1
T__ = 2-4 cmT2
T__ = >4 cmT3
N__= 1 node <3 cmN1
N__= 1 node 3-6 cmN2
N__= 1 node >6 cmN3
M__= metastasizedM1
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primary space or secondary space?

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pterygomandibularsecondary
massetersecondary
sup & deep temporalsecondary
Lat. Retropharyngealsecondary
perivertebralsecondary
sub mandibularprimary
submentalprimary
sublingualprimary
buccalprimary
canineprimary
infratemporalprimary
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For each item, is it in humoral, local, or cellular immunity?

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B cellsCellular
skinlocal
cilia in antrumlocal
antibodieshumoral
PMNscellular
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