Free Important NEET MDS Clinical Questions : Endodontics

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Q 1. Which of the following are key elements that an existing crown must display prior to accessing through an existing restoration?
A. The restoration must be proven to be without leakage
B. The interface between the restoration and the repair material must provide good coronal seal
C. Retention of the crown must not be compromised
D. The final core structure must support the restoration against functional or minor traumatic stresses
E. All of the above

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Q 2. What type of canal is prone to ledge formation during instrumentation?
A. Short and curved canal
B. Short canal with small diameter
C. Long canal with small diameter and curvature
D. Long canal with large diameter and curvature

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Q 3. What kind of instrument is less likely to ledge the canal?
A. Large diameter instrument with an increased taper
B. Small diameter instrument with minimal taper
C. NiTi instrument with a cutting tip
D. Stainless steel instrument with a noncutting tip

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Q 4. When a tooth requires endodontic therapy, which of the following statements is correct with respect to root canal morphology?
A. There is usually one straight canal within any given root.
B. The canal is usually positioned more to the facial.
C. Assume that each root may contain more than one canal system.
D. Canals tend to become larger with age.

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Q 5. The resurgence of studies of human root and canal anatomy may be attributed to:
A. Newer laboratory and clinical radiographic techniques such as CBCT
B. Additional populations to be studied in dental schools outside of North America and Europe
C. A growing interest in endodontics and realization that knowledge of variations in dental root anatomy is the key to successful treatment
D. The resurrection of practitioners wanting to prove the “theory of focal infection” and the inability to seal root canals 100%

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Q 6. Krasner and Rankow proposed a series of laws to aid in determining the position of the pulp chamber and the location and number of canal entrances. The “law of centrality” means that the pulp chamber is centered in the tooth:
A. At the midpoint of the crown
B. At the level of the cementoenamel junction
C. 1 mm occlusal to the furcation
D. But it is highly variable in its vertical position

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Q 7. Tube shifting is a
A. CBCT technique that improves image resolution
B. A method of directing the rotational path in a CBCT scanner
C. Beam alignment method that minimizes root canal length distortion
D. Technique used to localize the buccal and lingual position of objects

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Q 8. A patient complains of the discolouration of an unrestored maxillary central incisor. Radiographically, the pulp chamber and the root canal space are obliterated, there is no evidence of caries and the periodontal ligament space appears normal. An external bleaching procedure has not been successful. The most appropriate management would be to
A. Perform root canal treatment and nonvital bleaching.
B. Perform root canal treatment and fabricate a post retained porcelain fused to metal crown.
C. Perform root canal treatment and fabricate a porcelain veneer.
D. Fabricate a porcelain fused to metal crown.
E. Fabricate a porcelain veneer.

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Q 9. Pain tolerance is best described by:
A. The minimum amount of pain a person can perceive
B. The average amount of discomfort a person reports
C. The maximum a person will allow
D. The maximum amount of energy a nerve can generate

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Q 10. Oral splints can be helpful in the diagnostic process of toothache:
A. Only when a TM joint dysfunction is present
B. When bruxism may be present
C. When the patient has a history of “TMJ”
D. When endodontic testing is resulting in inconsistent results

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