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Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist 6th Edition By Ibsen RDH MS – Test Bank

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Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist 6th Edition By Ibsen RDH MS – Test Bank

Ibsen: Oral Pathology for the Dental Hygienist, 6th Edition

Chapter 4: Infectious Diseases

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MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. Parenteral means:

a.

administered by mouth.

b.

administered by injection.

c.

an abnormal sensation such as tingling or prickling.

d.

malaise.

ANS: B

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A

Administered by mouth is oral administration. A drug administered by mouth is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract (i.e., enteral).

B

Correct! Parenteral means administered by injection, including intravenous, intramuscular, and subcutaneous injection.

C

Paresthesia is an abnormal sensation such as tingling or prickling.

D

Malaise is a vague indefinite discomfort, debilitation, or lack of health.

REF: 87 | 348

2.Which one of the following does not occur in impetigo?

a.

Itching

b.

Pruritus

c.

Regional lymphadenopathy

d.

Fever

ANS: D

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A

Itching can occur in impetigo.

B

Pruritis (itching) can occur in impetigo.

C

Regional lymphadenopathy can occur in impetigo.

D

Correct! Fever and malaise do not occur in impetigo.

REF: 120

3.Which of the following is used to treat impetigo?

a.

Antiviral medications

b.

Topical or systemic antibiotics

c.

Corticosteroids

d.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents

ANS: B

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A

Antiviral medications are not used to treat impetigo.

B

Correct! Impetigo is caused by a bacterial infection; therefore topical or systemic antibiotics are used to treat it.

C

Corticosteroids are not used to treat impetigo.

D

Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents are not used to treat impetigo.

REF: 120

4. Tonsillitis and pharyngitis are caused by group A beta-hemolytic streptococci. These conditions are significant because of their relationship to scarlet fever and rheumatic fever. Which one of the following may be related to heart valve damage?

a.

Rheumatic fever

b.

Strawberry tongue

c.

Scarlet fever

d.

Geographic tongue

ANS: A

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A

Correct! Rheumatic fever can result in heart valve damage and the development of bacterial endocarditis.

B

Strawberry tongue is associated with scarlet fever but not specifically with heart valve damage.

C

Heart valve damage is not a specific component of scarlet fever.

D

Geographic tongue is not associated with heart valve damage.

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