Developmental Anomalies of Orofacial Structures Including Teeth Quiz Load QuizSave QuizWelcome to your Developmental Anomalies of Orofacial Structures Including Teeth Quiz 1. Which amongst the following is not a cause of acquired micrognathia?Infection of mastoidTrauma to TMJInfection of the middle earInfection of inner ear2. Which amongst the following is not a clinical feature of micrognathia?Steep mandibular angleSevere retrusion of chinProminent chin buttonDeficient chin button3. Indicate the incorrect statement regarding macrognathiaIt is commonly associated with Paget’s diseasePatients tend to have a short ramusExcessive condylar growth predisposes to macrognathiaPatients have a prominent chin button4. Facial hemiatrophy is not associated with which of the following conditions?Bell’s palsyJacksonian epilepsyTrigeminal neuralgiaDelayed eruption of teeth5. Cleft of the primary palate occursAnterior to incisive foramenPosterior to incisive foramenBetween lateral incisor and canineBetween canine and 1st premolar6. Minimal form of clefting of palate is seen inSoft palateUvulaHard palate and soft palatePosterior to incisive foramen7. Increased risk of development of squamous cell carcinoma is associated with which of the following developmental conditions?Cheilitis granulomatosaHeck’s diseaseCheilitis glandularisFibromatosis gingivae8. If apatient has multiple intestinal polyps, cutaneousmelanocytic macules, rectal prolapse and gynecomastia, he/she is probably suffering fromGardner syndromeGoltz-Gorlin syndromePeutz-Jeghers syndromeGrinspan syndrome9. Fordyce’s granules is heterotopic collection of _______ in oral cavitySweat glandsSalivary glandsHair folliclesSebaceous glands10. Heck’s disease is caused by ________ virusHerpes simplexHuman papillomaVaricella zosterEpstein-Barr11. Awell-circumscribed,soft,sessile,bilateral,nodular massbwhich is located lingual to mandibular canines between mucogingival junction and free gingiva could most likely bePeripheral giant cell granulomaPyogenic granulomaRetrocuspid papillaPeripheral ossifying fibroma12. Which amongst the following is not a cause of macroglossia?HemangiomaLymphangiomaDown’s syndromeLeukemia13. Which one of the following is a synonym of fissured tongue?Lingua nigraScrotal tongueGeographic tongueLingual varix14. Median rhomboid glossitis occursAnterior to circumvallate papillaePosterior to circumvallate papillaeTip of tongueLateral border of tongue15. Histopathological features of benign migratory glossitis closely resemble that ofLichen planusPsoriasisSystemic lupus erythematosusErythema multiforme16. Amongst the following causes, the least probable cause of hairy tongue isSmokingPoor oral hygieneEpstein-Barr virusRadiation therapy17. A nodular mass near base of tongue with presenting complaints of dyspnea and dysphagia and without a demonstrable main thyroid gland could most probably beReactive lymphoid aggregateLymphoid hamartomaLingual thyroid noduleLymphoepithelial cyst18. Stafne cyst/Stafne defect is an aberrant collection of _____ gland tissue within a deep depression in the mandibleSweat glandsSebaceous glandsMucous glandsSalivary glands19. Apart from maxillary lateral incisor, which other tooth is commonly affected by microdontia?Mandibular premolarsMaxillary caninesMandibular central incisorsThird molars20. Fusion of teeth involves a confluence ofEnamel onlyEnamel and dentinDentin onlyCementum only21. In association with which syndrome does talon cusp usually occur?Rubinstein-TaybiDownHereditary ectodermal dysplasiaGardner22. With which variation in coronal morphology is dens evaginatus associated?Peg-shaped lateralsShovel-shaped incisorsDilacerationDistomolar23. Dilated odontome is a synonym ofDens invaginatusTalon cuspDens evaginatusMacrodontia24. The base of invagination of crown/root in dens invaginates containsDystrophic dentinDystrophic enamelNecrotic pulp tissueDystrophic cementum25. Which bone disorder should be considered for differential diagnosis in case of a finding of generalized hypercementosis?Paget’s diseaseFibrous dysplasiaOsteopetrosisOsteogenesis imperfecta26. If a patient shows signs of kinky hair, osteosclerosis at base of skull, brittle nails along with hypomaturation—hypoplastic amelogenesis imperfecta, he/she is most probably suffering fromRubinstein-Taybi syndromeKlinefelter syndromeCranioectodermal syndromeTricho-dento-osseous syndrome27. The appearance of normal thickness enamel with extremely thin dentin and abnormally large pulp chamber is indicative ofAmelogenesis imperfectaDentinogenesis imperfecta Type IDentinogenesis Type IIIDentin dysplasia Type II28. Loss of organization of radicular dentin with subsequent shortening of root length is a feature ofDentin dysplasia Type IDentin dysplasia Type IIDentinogenesis imperfecta Type IIDentinogenesis imperfecta Type III29. Which amongst the following diseases is capable of producing developmental alterations in teeth?TetanusChickenpoxDiphtheriaSyphilis30. Lack of development of six or more teeth is denoted by the termOligodontiaHypodontiaAnodontiaPartial anodontia3 out of 2 Time is Up!