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Test Packet N-1

2000-2008

TermDefinition
1. The branches of the maxillary artery supply each of the following EXCEPT one. Which one is this EXCEPTION? A. Nasal septum B. Mandibular incisors C. Hard and soft palate D. Skin of the forehead E. Muscles of mastication D. Skin of the forehead
2. Which of the following actions is at least partially dependent on an intact long thoracic nerve? A. Depression of the scapula B. Retraction of the scapula C. Protraction of the scapula D. Medial rotation of the humerus C. Protraction of the scapula
3. Which of the following represents a well­ vascularized structure in the temporomandibular joint? A. Retrodiscal pad B. Fibrous covering of the condyle c. Central portion of the articular disc D. Fibrous covering of the articular eminence A. Retrodiscal pad
4. Which of the following procedures depends primarily on electrostatic net charge? A. Dialysis B. Electrophoresis C. X-ray diffraction D. Ultracentrifugation E. Molecular sieve chromatography B. Electrophoresis
5. Which of the following best describes collagen? A. A soluble fiber of ground substance B. The most abundant protein in the body C. A fibrous protein with a high content of tryptophan D. A globular protein with a high content of hydroxyproline B. The most abundant protein in the body
6. The cervical ridge would stand out most prominently as a distinct entity on which of the following primary maxillary molars? A. Mesiofacial of the••first B. Distofacial of the first C. Mesiofacial of the second D. Distofacial of the second A. Mesiofacial of the••first
7. Which of the following muscles position the condyles in the most superior anterior position? A. Masseters and digastrics B. Masseters and medial pterygoids c. Temporalis and stemocleidomastoids D. Temporalis and superior lateral pterygoids B. Masseters and medial pterygoids
8. When a parent notices an erupting tooth in a child's mouth at 6 months of age, it is most likely a primary maxillary lateral incisor. B. mandibular central incisor. C. mandibular canine. D. mandibular first molar. B. mandibular central incisor.
9. Which of the following explains penicillin resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae? A. A spontaneous chromosomal mutation of gonorrhea organisms B. The production of a plasmid-encoded B­ lactamase c. A change in the permeability of the cell wall B. The production of a plasmid-encoded B­ lactamase
10. An acute arthritis of the great toe is a classic sign of which of the following diseases? A. Rheumatoid arthritis B. Osteoarthritis C. Osteomyelitis D. Osteoporosis E. Gout E. Gout
Created by: thunley1