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1. Discuss the lymphatic drainage of head and neck in relation to its applied
2. Describe the course, relations and distribution of facial nerve.
3. Development of mandible and mandible at different age group.
4. Describe the anatomy, blood supply and nerve of temporomandibular joint
with regard to its disease process.
5. Describe in detail development of mandible.
6. Name the paranasal air sinuses. Describe the maxillary sinus in detail.
7. Describe the anatomy of T.M.J and the role of occlusion and muscles of
mastication in its functioning.
8. Describe the development of mandible. Discuss diseases associated with
mandibular defects. `
9. Describe anatomy of mandible at birth , 2nd year, 6th year, 18th year and old
age [ edentulous ]


1. Role of papillaes of tongue
2. Histology of alveolar bone
3. Facial artery
4. Lymphatic drainage of face
5. cavernous sinus thrombosis
6. Trigeminal Ganglion
7. Trigeminal nerve
8. Digastric triangle
9. Carotid triangle
10. External Carotid artery
11. Parotid gland
12. Muscles of mastication
13. Maxillary of mastication
14. Maxillary artery
15. T.M.J
16. Mandibular salivary gland
17. Sublingual salivary gland
18. Internal jugular vein
19. Gloss pharyngeal nerve
20. Vagus nerve
21. Lymph modes of head and Neck
22. Oral Mucous membrane
23. Paranasal air sinuses
24. Tongue
25. Development of tongue .
26. Sterilization of tooth.

27. Surgical anatomy of max. sinus.
28. Role of Papillaes of tongue.
29. Causes of delayed eruption.
30. Foramens of jaws bones and structures passing through these foramens.
31. Surface Anaesthesia.
32. Anatomy of T.M. Joint.
33. Paranasal Air Sinuses.
34. Histology of Alveolar bone
35. First arch syndrome.
36. Normal oral mucosa.
37. Morphologic of lower 1st molar.
38. Histological appearance of normal pulp.
39. Anatomy of T.M. Joint
40. Paranasal Air Sinuses
41. Normal oral mucosa.
42. Trigeminal Nerve
43. Development of Tongue with nerve supplied & blood supplied
44. Lymphatic drainage of head and neck



1. Current concept of coagulation of blood
2. Bone physiology
3. Write briefly on coagulation of blood. Add a note on haemophilia
4. Describe the current concepts of Coagulation of blood. Discuss the oral
aspects of coagulation disorders. Give their management.
5. Describe the ABO blood group system and Rh blood group system. What
are the precautions to be observed for blood transfusion?
6. Saliva in homeostasis
7. Discuss the physiological activities of Leukocytes in immune response.
8. Describe the role of vitamins and hormones in the regulation of blood
calcium level.
9. Describe the role of vitamins and minerals in the formation and
maintenance of orofacial structures.
10. Describe the composition and functions of Saliva.
11. Describe the immunoflorescent and histochemical technique and findings
of Vesiculobullous lesions.
12. Describe the process of coagulation in details
13. Anemia

1. Balanced diet
2. Ca metabolism
3. Lab investigation in blood dyscrasias
4. Saliva composition and functions
5. Immuno fluoreoent studies related to oral lesions
6. Regulation of blood sugar level.
7. Actions of paratharmone
8. Laboratory investigation in bleeding disorders.
9. The essentials of a balanced diet.
10. Pain path ways.
11. Calcium metabolism.
12. Role diet in
13. Addisons disease.
14. Hyperparathyroidism.
15. Nutrition for developing teeth.
16. Electromyography
17. Bleeding and clothing time.
18. Important vitamins in development of teeth.
19. Salivary dysfunction
20. Hyper parathyroidism.
21. Roll of Vitamin A.
22. Parathormone
23. Saliva composition and functions.
24. Functions of Lymph
25. ABO Blood groups
26. Saliva
27. Vitamins
28. Calcium Metabolism



1. Carcinogenesis
2. Hypersensitivity reactions
3. Discuss the collagen changes in oral mucosa in various oral diseases .
4. Discuss clinical and laboratory diagnosis of Anaemias.
5. Describe the research methodology for epidemiology of oral cancer.
6. How will you establish diagnosis in a male patient with spontaneous
bleeding of short duration?
7. Describe laboratory investigations of oral diseases caused by acid fast

8. Discuss the various steps involved in healing of a socket following tooth
extraction. Briefly describe the changes that occur in reimplantation of an
exfoliated tooth.
9. Describe the healing of a wound with special reference to healing of
extracted sockets and fractured jaws.
10. Infective endocarditis and its dental implications.
11. Describe Blood chemistry tests


1. Methods of Sterilization
2. Classify and Discuss structure of immunoglobuliy
3. Chronic inflammation
4. Chemical mediators of inflammation
5. Normal commensals of oral cavity
6. shock
7. Candida albicans
8. Spread of tumours
9. Lab investigation in blood dyscrasias.
10. Pathology of cancer.
11. Biopsy.
12. Bacterial toxins
13. Carcinogens.
14. Laboratory investigations in post extraction bleeding
15. Investigation and management of pernicious anaemia.
16. Healing of socket after extraction



1. Corticosteroids in dentistry
2. Discuss the pharmacology of anesthetic drugs used in dental practice.
3. Discuss in detail uses of corticosteroids in oral mucosal lesions.
4. Discuss the drugs used as coagulants and anti coagulants.
1. Synergistic combination of antimicrobial drugs.
2. Non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs.
3. Tetracycline
4. Contraindications of anti-inflammatory drugs.
5. Antibiotics
6. Heparin
7. Steroid therapy in oral lesions.
8. Usage of steroids in dentistry.



1. Role of Radiology in periodontal diseases.
2. What is an ideal Radiograph? Discuss the factors controlling the
diagnostic quality of dental radiograph.
3. Radiological imaging improvements and advances.
4. Discuss the differential diagnosis of normal and abnormal Radio-opacities
in the Jaw bones.
5. Discuss the various multicystic lesions of the jaws and their radiological
6. Discuss the radiological differential diagnosis of radiopacity in maxillary
7. How radiographic changes of jaw and teeth help to diagnose systemic
8. The role of Computerized Tomograph in Oral Diagnosis.
9. Describe the radiological appearance of various forms of osteomyelitis.
10. Describe the various imaging techniques of temperomandibular joints.
11. Discuss radiotherapy and chemotherapy of malignant diseases of oro-
facial region.
12. Radiation biology
13. Principles of radiographic image formation and interpretation.
14. Discuss intensifying screens and grids used in dental radiography.
15. Discuss radiological features of fibro Osseous lesions affecting jaws
16. Describe imaging technique for fracture of middle third of face.
17. Radiotherapy in treatment of Oral carcinoma
18. Radiation Hazzards


1. Image receptors in digital Radiography.
2. Radioactive isotopes.
3. TLD badge system
4. Effects of radiation on bone.
5. Filters in dental radiology
6. Radiation Hazzards



1. Discuss fungal lesions affecting the oral cavity and their management in
2. Discuss the role of chemotherapy in the management of oral malignant
lesions. Add a note on photo dynamic therapy.
3. Oral focal sepsis and its effect on systemic manifestations.
4. Discuss the Hormone dependent lesions of soft and hard tissues of oral
cavity . Add a note on their management.
5. Describe the oral manifestations of renal diseases and renal diseases with
6. Glossopyrosis. How will you investigate and diagnosis ?
7. Discuss the differential diagnosis of Lymphadenopathy in oro-faical region.
8. Discuss the recent trends in etiology and management of erosive lichen
9. Discuss the differential diagnosis of Lymphadenopathy in oro- facial
10. Discuss the recent trends in etiology and management of erosive lichen
11. Discuss the clinical characteristics and management of Trigeminal
12. Enumerate fungal infections of oral mucosa and describe in detail candida
13. Discuss the diagnostics and management of non- heali oral cancer.
14. Discuss the recent trends in etiology and managem of recurrent apthous
15. Discuss the differential diagnosis of bleeding gums How will you
systematically proceed in arriving at a diagnosis?
16. Enumerate the development of anomalies of jaws. Discuss in detail the
deformities affecting the mandible.
17. Discuss oral manifestations of common viral lesions with laboratory tests
for the same.
18. Discuss fungal lesions affection oral cavity and its management.
19. Classify red and white lesions of oral cavity and describe Leukoplakia In
20. Describe myofascial dysfunction syndrome in detail
21. Enumerate various gingival enlargements and describe drug and hormone
induced gingival enlargements.
22. Classify cysts of the oral cavity. Describe various cystic lesions associated
with a clinically mission tooth.
23. Discuss Granulomatous disease of orofacial region.
24. Hematological disorders and their oral manifestations.
25. Diagnosis of swelling in the angle of the mandible region.
26. Discuss the tests associated with HIV infection.

27. Diagnosis and management of disorders of the Tempro-mandibular joint
and peri-articular tissues.
28. Swellings at the angle of the mandible.
29. Discuss in detail the various etiological factors and management of
orofacial pain.
30. Discuss the causes of T.M.J dysfunction and describe in detail myofacial
31. Write in detail including differential diagnosis and management or :
a. Major Apthons ulceration
b. Pleomorphic adenoma
c. Primary herpetic gigivostomatitis.
d. Xenostomia.
32. Oral Cysts
1. Orofacial pain
2. Treatment plan for Lichen planus.
3. Trigeminal neuralgia
4. Bite mark analysis
5. Myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome.
6. Treatment of Oral pempigus
7. Erosive lichen planus Diagnosis and significance.
8. Gingival desquamation.
9. Clinical appearance of Tuberculous ulcer and management.
10. Immunosuppresion and its oral manifestation.
11. Oral candidiasis
12. Soft tissue cysts of oral region
13. Oral candidiasis.
14. Scorbutic gingivitis
15. Tetanus
16. Variances and standard deviation
17. Systemic fluorides.
18. Leukoplakia.
19. Drug induced Gingival Hyperplasia.
20. Black hairy tongue
21. Nikolyskays sign.
22. Non- Hodgkins lymphoma.
23. Angio- neurotic oedema.
24. Xerostomia
25. Management of major apthous ulcer.
26. Mumps.
27. Pigmentation of Oral Mucosa.
28. Opportunistic infection in AIDS patients.
29. Conditioned gingival enlargements.
30. Macroglossia
31. Sialadenitis.

32. Pemphigus
33. different diagnosis of palatal perforation
34. oral manifestations of syphilis
35. Fibrous Gingival Enlargement.
36. Fibrous Dysplasia.
37. Cooleys Anaeuria.
38. Turners Hypoplasia
39. Taste pathway.
40. Recent techniques of causes defection
41. Enumerate the causes of premature loss of teeth.
42. Atypical facial pain
43. Management of glossodynia
44. Treatment of trigeminal Neuralgia
45. Hamartomas of the oral and para-oral structures.
46. Ulcerative lesions of the oral cavity and its treatment.
47. Cervico facial lympadenopathy