NBDE Part 2 Practice Exam Series 14 – Oral Pathology NBDE Part 2 Study Guide

Question 11: In which of the following ethnic groups the focal epithelial hyperplasia is more commonly seen?

A. Native Americans

B. Asians

C. Australians

D. Africans


Answer: [A]

Question 12: in which of following condition nikolsky sign can be seen?

A. Lichen planus

B. Benign mucous membrane pemphigoid

C. Bullous pemphigoid

D. Scleroderma


Answer: [B]

Question 13: All of the following are included in the triad of clinical symptoms of Stevens-Johnson syndrome except?

A. Ocular Lesions

B. Genital lesion

C. Maculopapular rashes

D. Stomatitis


Answer: [C]

Question 14: Which of the following autoimmune condition is associated with an increased incidence of dental caries?

A. Sjogren syndrome

B. Systemic lupus erythematosus

C. Sarcoidosis

D. All of the above


Answer: [A]

Question 15: Which of the following salivary gland is considered an exclusive site for occurrence of acinic cell carcinoma?

A. Minor salivary gland present in posterolateral part of the palate

B. Parotid gland

C. Submandibular

D. Sublingual


Answer: [B]

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