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Question Answer
t/f: Combined tobacco and alcohol use can lead to a 15 fold increased risk to develop head and neck cancer.True
t/f: A neck mass in a patient that has been present for over 2 weeks should be palpated weekly to detect changes.False
t/f: AJCC stage I/II should be treated by a single treatment modality.True
t/f: Oropharyngeal cancer is associated with HPV 16/18.True
t/f: According to WHO’s Oral Toxicity Scale, Grade 1 mucositis is when erythema as well as ulcers are present.False
t/f: According to WHO’s Oral Toxicity Scale,Grade 2 mucositis is when the patient can still swallow solid food.True
t/f: According to WHO’s Oral Toxicity Scale, Grade 3 mucositis is when ulcers with extensive erythema are present, and the patient can no longer swallow food.True
t/f: According to WHO’s Oral Toxicity Scale, Grade 4 mucositis is when the condition’s extent no longer allows alimentation to be possible.True
t/f: According to WHO’s Oral Toxicity Scale, Mucositis is designated as “severe” only in Grade 4.False
t/f: the following anemias is characterized by neurologic symptoms, such as demyelination of peripheral nerves Folate Deficiency Related Megaloblastic AnemiaFalse
t/f: the following anemias is characterized by neurologic symptoms, such as demyelination of peripheral nerves B12 Deficiency Related Megaloblastic AnemiaTrue
t/f: the following anemias is characterized by neurologic symptoms, such as demyelination of peripheral nerves Polycythemia VeraFalse
t/f: the following anemias is characterized by neurologic symptoms, such as demyelination of peripheral nerves Iron Deficiency Related Microcytic AnemiaFalse
Which anemias is characterized by neurologic symptoms, such as demyelination of peripheral nerves?B12 Deficiency Related Megaloblastic Anemia
(1st/2nd statement T/F) The chemotherapy kills the cancer. The bone marrow transplant is used as a rescue modality that allows the patient to fight the chemotherapy.True/True (both true)
For allogeneic transplants, what is the correct order for the process?: 1. Chemotherapy of patient, 2. Collection of stem cells from donor patient, 3. Stem cells are infused into patient 4. Bone marrow/blood is frozen to keep stem cells alive until they are ready to be given to patient 5. Bone marrow/peripheral blood is processed to concentrate stem cells2, 5, 4, 1, 3
An important difference between chemotherapy mucositis vs radiation mucositis is: (Chemotherapy mucositis is dose dependent but radiation mucositis is not / Initial mucositis occurs during the second week of therapy for chemotherapy mucositis / Chemotherapy mucositis typically heals after cessation of treatment)Chemotherapy mucositis typically heals after cessation of treatment
If a patient had a problem with the intrinsic pathway what would you expect to see from their lab values? (prolonged/normal) PTT, (prolonged/normal) PT, (abnormal/normal) Platelet CountProlonged PTT, Normal PT, Normal Platelet Count
T/F: There is a significant risk of transmission of HIV through aerosols generated during dental procedures, thus dentist and hygienists should use extra precuations when treating such patients.False
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Buccal Infiltrations should be avoidedFalse (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Block injectionsshould be avoidedTrue (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Lingual infiltrationsshould be avoidedTrue (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Floor of mouth injectionswhich should be avoidedTrue (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Intramuscular injections should be avoidedTrue (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Intraligamentary injections should be avoidedFalse (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
t/f: When treating patients with hemophilia, Topical application to control bleeding should be avoidedFalse (block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM injections, & Intramuscular injections)(should be avoided)
When treating patients with hemophilia, which 4 anesthetic techniques should be avoided?block injections, lingual infiltrations, FOM, & Intramuscular (these injections should be avoided)
Free Response Question: Other than oral ulcerations, list 4 of the diagnostic criteria for SLEArthritis, Malar rash, Serology (ANA), Photosensitivity, Discoid rash, Renal disease, Neurologic diseas, Hematologic disease, Serositis (just knowing first 4 is fine)
(1st/2nd statement t/f) All active dental diseases should be aggressively treated AFTER transplantation. Post-operative immunosuppression INCREASES a patient's ability to resist systemic infection.Both statements are false (should be before/decreases)
How many teeth can an 18 year old expect to lose if her/she smokes into her 30's?4-5 teeth
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Please determine whether the following are features of the stable post-transplantation state:

Question Answer
Acute rejection is stable but not controlledNO
The graft is functionalYes
Approximately 6 months after transplantationNot necessarily
The patient is still susceptible to infections but the concern is over immunosuppressionYes
There is a risk of bleeding for the patientYes
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