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Oral Surgery Quiz


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The organism implicated in cellulitis is

A. Streptococcus mutans

B. Streptococcus pyogenes

C. Staphylococcus aureus

D. Treponema palidum


The enzyme secreted by Streptococcus pyogenes which break protein barriers is

A. Streptokinase

B. Hyaluronidase

C. Both a & b

D. None of the above


A dome shaped swelling in the cheek region is suggestive of

A. Deep temporal space infection

B. Superficial temporal space infection

C. Pre tracheal space infection

D. Sublingual space infection


The technique of drainage of abscess cavity is by

A. Hippocrates method

B. Hilton’s method

C. Dean’s method

D. None of the above


The space infection which leads to sinus opening near medial canthus of eye is

A. Buccal space infection

B. Canine space infection

C. Infra temporal space infection

D. None of these


Which of the following is not a cause of trismus

A. Submandibular space infection

B. Submassetric space infection

C. Superficial temporal space infection

D. Any of these


The potential space present behind the muscles of mastication is called as

A. Masticator space

B. Buccal space

C. Canine space

D. Burn’s space


The infection spreading to bone and marrow spaces is

A. Osteomyelitis

B. Osteoarthritis

C. Osteoporosis

D. Osteopetrosis


Spread of infection through connective tissue plane is referred to as

A. Abscess

B. Cellulitis

C. Osteomyelitis

D. Meningitis


Infection involving pair of submandibular,pair of sublingual and submental spaces are referred to as

A. Angina pectoris

B. Ludwig’s angina

C. Any of the above

D. None of the above


The roof of the pterygo mandibular space is formed by

A. Medial pterygoid muscle

B. Lateral pterygoid muscle

C. Masseter

D. Pterygo mandibular raphae


The word ‘ phlegmon’ means

A. Abscess

B. Cellulitis

C. Space infection

D. Haematoma


The localized collection of pus is called as

A. Cellulitis

B. abscess

C. Osteomyelitis

D. Antibioma


The organism implicated in dental abscess is

A. Streptococcus pyogenes

B. Streptococcus mutans

C. Staphylococcus aureus

D. Treponema palidum


Infection from dangerous area of face can rapidly leads to

A. Brain abscess

B. Encephalitis

C. Cavernous sinus thrombosis

D. Meningitis




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