Practice Free NEET MDS Clinical Questions – Dental Anatomy

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Have you ever wondered why NEET MDS aspirants possessing a lot of knowledge fail to clear the NEET MDS exam? Yes, you guessed it correctly- the answer lies in lack of practice. Since clinical questions terrify most NEET MDS aspirants, it is no wonder that some aspirants who face these questions for the first time fail to perform. Only when the aspirants practice a large number of clinical NEET MDS questions beforehand, they can easily analyze the MCQs in the Dental PG exam and ace the exam with flying colors.

In the exam, practice will make all the difference. PULP offers you ten free NEET MDS sample questions from the Dental Anatomy topic. You can solve these NEET MDS MCQs to analyze your conceptual understanding of the clinical questions. You can read the detailed explanations of each question on the PULP MDS prep app to gather more information about the concepts at hand.

Q 1. A patient is unable to move his neck to the left, also rotating and bending the neck on the same side. When the head is tilted to the left, the chin moves to right. Which of the following muscle is responsible:
A. SCM
B. Trapezius
C. Platysma
D. Scalene

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Q 2. A patient complains of repeated episodes of dizziness and fainting. Doctor massages the neck to observe blood pressure and pulse. Which of the following triangles of neck does he palpate for making diagnosis:
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A. A
B. B
C. C
D. D

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Q 3. A patient has mandibular nerve neuralgia with herpes zoster infection within mandibular division of left trigeminal nerve. Patient has difficulty on protrusion and on protrusion mandible deviates to left side. Which muscle is most probably affected:
A. LP on left side
B. LP on right side
C. MP on left and LP on left
D. MP on right and LP on left

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Q 4. After an accident, a patient is unable to close her lips completely due to certain facial injuries. Which muscle paralyzed most commonly:
A. Orbicularis oris
B. Zygomaticus major
C. Levator anguli oris
D. Buccinators

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Q 5. A patient aged 15 years has well-developed mamelons on incisor teeth. This probably indicates
A. Nothing abnormal
B. Malnutrition
C. Probably Class II, Div. 1 malocclusion
D. All of the above

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Q 6. A 23-year-old woman returns to the surgery 5 days after surgical extraction of her lower right third molar. She reports loss of sensation from the floor of the mouth on the right-hand side. Which single nerve is most likely to have been damaged during her extraction?
A. Chorda tympani
B. Hypoglossal
C. Inferior alveolar
D. Lingual
E. Nerve to the mylohyoid

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Q 7. A 25-year-old man attends with a buccal swelling next to the lower right first molar. Incision and drainage of the abscess is planned. Which single branch of the external carotid artery should be avoided, whilst conducting this treatment?
A. Ascending pharyngeal
B. Facial
C. Lingual
D. Maxillary
E. Parotid

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Q 8. An 18-year-old man attends the Maxillofacial Department, following an alleged assault to the right side of his head. He has pain, bruising, and depression of the right cheek, with limited opening. Radiographic assessment confirms a fracture of the right zygomatic arch. Entrapment of which single muscle is most likely responsible for the restricted opening?
A. Buccinator
B. Lateral pterygoid
C. Medial pterygoid
D. Masseter
E. Temporalis

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Q 9. A 1-day-old boy has been born at full term in hospital with a unilateral cleft lip. The parents are concerned and ask how this has happened. Which two structures would have failed to fuse in this scenario? (Select one answer from the options listed below.)
A. Frontonasal prominence and the intermaxillary segment
B. Frontonasal prominence and the maxillary prominence
C. Lateral nasal prominence and the maxillary prominence
D. Medial nasal prominence and the intermaxillary segment
E. Medial nasal prominence and the maxillary prominence

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Q 10. A 68-year-old woman with unilateral facial paralysis is assessed by a maxillofacial doctor in the Emergency Department (ED). Her mouth and cheek are drooping on the right-hand side, and she cannot bare her teeth or purse her lips on that side when asked. However, she can still wrinkle the skin of her forehead to command. What is the single most likely cause for the signs that have been described?
A. Acoustic neuroma
B. Bell’s palsy
C. Otitis media
D. Parotid tumour
E. Stroke

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