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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. The preferred material used in Apexification is:
A. Zinc Phosphate cement.
B. Zinc Polycarboxylate cement.
C. Calcium hydroxide
D. Dycal

2. Traumatically fractured crown of central incisor in an 8-years-old child with pulp exposure (more than 1 mm) half hour ago, medical history is non- contributory and the tooth is not displaced. What is your management:
A. Endodontics-pulpectomy and obturation.
B. Direct pulpcap with caoh and composite.
C. Caoh pulpotomy
D. Total extirpation of pulp and CaOH

3. Hyperemia of the pulp result in :
A. Trauma of occlusion.
B. Pain of short duration
C. Radiographic changes.
D. All of above

4. Pulp stone can be the following EXCEPT:
A. Present freely in the pulp.
B. Cause discomfort & pain to the patient
C. In radiographs,Small spheroidal radiopaque.
D. False stone occurs due to dystrophic dentin

5. Post retention depends on:
A. Post length.
B. Post diameter.
C. Post texture.
D. All of these

6. The radiographic criteria used for evaluating the successes of endodontic therapy
A. Reduction of the size of the periapical lesion
B. No response to percussion and palpation test.
C. Extension of the sealer cement through lateral canals.
D. None of these

7. Apexification is procedure that:
A. Finds the most apical stop of the Gutta-Percha in RCT.
B. Induce the formation of a mineral barrier in the apical region of incompletely root
C. Is new in the endodontic field.
D. Involves the surgical removal of the apical region of the root and placement of a retrograde filling material

8. Diagnosis prior to RCT should always be based on:
A. Good medical and dental history.
B. Proper clinical examination.
C. A periapical radiographs.
D. All of these

9. Asymptomatic tooth has a necrotic pulp, a broken lamina dura, and circumscribed radiolucency of long duration. The periradicular diagnosis:
A. Acute apical periodontitis.
B. Chronic apical periodontitis
C. Acute exacerbation of chronic apical periodontitis.
D. Abscess

10. Which of the following failure may be treated non-surgically:
A. Post filling that has removed
B. Severe apical perforation
C. Very narrow canal with a periapical lesion and the apex cannot be reached.
D. None of these

11. It is recommended to avoid an intraligamental injection when the planned dental treatment is:
A. Pulp extirpation.
B. Pulpotomy
C. Full crown preparation.
D. A and B

12. In case of traumatic intrusion of young permanent incisor, the treatment of choice is:
A. Surgical repositioning of intruded tooth and splinting.
B. To wait for re eruption of the intruded tooth during months
C. Slow orthodontic extrusion using light force.
D. Only antibiotic prescription and wait for eruption

13. The normal response of a vital pulp to the electric pulp testing is:
A. No response.
B. Higher than that of the control teeth.
C. Lower than that of the control teeth.
D. In a range similar to that of the control teeth

14. Single rooted anterior teeth has endodontic treatment is best treated by:
A. Casted post and core
B. Performed post and composite.
C. Performed post and amalgam.
D. Composite post and core

15. RCT contraindicated in:
A. Vertical fracture of root
B. Diabetic patient
C. Unrestored teeth.
D. Periodontally involved teeth

16. Treatment of internal resorption involves:
A. Complete extirpation of the pulp to arrest the resorption process
B. Enlarging the canal apical to the resorbed area for better access.
C. Utilizing a silver cone and sealer to fill the irregularities in the resorbed area.
D. Filling the canal and defect with amalgam

17. Which of the following endodontic failure may be retreated only with surgery:
A. Missed major canal.
B. Persistent interappointment pain.
C. Past and core
D. Short canal filling

18. All are irrigation for canals EXCEPT:
A. Saline.
B. Hydrogen beroxide.
C. Sodium hypochlorite
D. RC prep

19. A patient with severe periradicular pain has a necrotic pulp, a broken lamina dura, and circumscribed radiolucency of long duration. The periradicular diagnosis:
A. Acute apical periodontitis.
B. Chronic apical periodontitis.
C. Acute exacerbation of chronic apical periodontitis
D. Abscess

20. A patient present in severe pain. The periapical area over the involved tooth is inflamed and swollen. The tooth is mobile and depressible in its socket with a diffused radiolucency. The diagnosis is:
A. Acute apical periodontitis.
B. Chronic apical periodontitis.
C. Acute exacerbation of chronic apical periodontitis.
D. Abscess

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