Oral Histology Multiple Choice Questions With Answers – NEET Syllabus

Oral Histology Multiple Choice Questions With Answers – NEET Syllabus

Oral Histology is the study of anatomy that deals with the microscopic structure, composition, and functions of tissues. DentistryTalk is providing the full overview of NEET Dental PG exam with Oral Histology Multiple Choice Question papers from previous years.

Oral Histology Multiple Choice Questions With Answers

Question 1: Which of the following cells differentiate into cementoblasts present in the root of a tooth?

A. Hertwig’s epithelial root sheath

B. Dental follicle

C. Dental papilla

D. Outer enamel epithelium


Answer: [B]


Question 2: Enamel matrix secreting ameloblasts can also be termed as:

A. Paracrine cells

B. Apocrine cells

C. Merocrine cells

D. Holocrine cells


Answer: [C]


Question 3: Which of the following statement is INCORRECT regarding reduced enamel epithelium?

A. Eventually forms the sulcular epithelium

B. Is composed of remaining ameloblasts and enamel organ remnants

C. Fuses with the overlying epithelium and forms the junctional epithelium

D. All of the above


Answer: [A]


Question 4: Which of the following developmental structure is considered to eventually give rise to the initial attachment between tooth surface and gingiva?

A. Alveolar crest cells

B. Hertwig’s epithelial root sheath

C. Cervical loop epithelium

D. Primary enamel cuticle


Answer: [D]


Question 5: Which of the following statement correctly describes hydroxyapatite crystals in the dental enamel?

A. Has a higher solubility than fluorapatite

B. Has a nonpolar surface

C. Has a solubility that decreases as pH decreases

D. Contains no ion substitutions


Answer: [A]

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