01 November, 2008

1st BDS Oral Histology and Dental Anotomy

ORAL ANATOMY, ORAL PHYSIOLOGY, & ORAL HISTOLOGY- APRIL, 2006


Time:3hours - Answer all questions - Max.70marks - Answer Part-A & B in separate answer books
Part-A
1. Discuss the types of Dentin=9marks
2. Write short notes on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Age changes in pulp
b) Differences between Maxillary first premolar and mandibular first premolar
c) Clinical and microscopic features of palatal mucosa d) Minor salivary glands
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Stellate reticulum b) Hunter-Schreger bands
c) Calcitonin d) Osteoclasis e) Gingival col
Part-B
5. Discuss the theories of Eruption of teeth. Write a note on shedding of deciduous teeth =9marks
6. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Ligaments of temporomandibular joint
b) Development of mandible c) Sharpey’s fibers d) Dental lamina and vestibular lamina
7. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Physiological mesial migration b) Curve of Monson
c) Sequence of eruption of permanent teeth d) Spillway spaces e) Non keratinocytes


OCT-NOV-2005

Part-A
1. Enumerate the stages of tooth development and write about the formation of root =9m
2. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Functions of saliva b) Types of cementum
c) Serous cells d) Differences between deciduous and permanent teeth
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Curve of spee b) Meckel’s cartilage
c) Effect of Vitamin-C deficiency on oral tissues d) Enamel spindle e) Functions of maxillary sinus
Part-B
4. Write about specialized mucosa of the oral cavity =9m
5. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Occlusal surface of permanent mandibular first molar
b) Zones of pulp c) Supporting Alveolar bone d) Development of tongue
6. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Dimilunes b) Submerged teeth c) Neonatal line
d) Inter tubular dentin e) Transeptal fibres




MAR/APR.2005

Part-A
1. Discuss the Hypocalcified structures in Enamel =9marks
2. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Stages of Deglutition
b) Occlusal surface of permanent maxillary first molar c) Theories of Dentine sensitivity
d) Alveolar bone proper
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Embrasures b) Leeway space of Nance
c) Subodontoblastic plexus of Raschkow d) Tetany e) Langerhan’s Cell
Part-B
4. Discuss the cells and fibers of Periodontal Ligament =9marks
5. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Vermilion border of the lip b) Myo-epithelial cells
c) Procedure of Decalcification of the Tooth d) Hypercementosis
6. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Interglobular Dentin b) Cell rests of Malassez
c) Active and Passive eruption of Tooth d) Ligaments of Temporomandibular joint
e) Sequence of eruption of Deciduous Teeth


OCTOBER, 2004(N.R.)

Part-A
1. Enumerate the difference between cellular and acellular cementum (5+4=9marks)
2. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Pathways of pain b) Root formation
c) Periodontal ligament d) Howships lacunae
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Nerve supply of palate b) Hertwig’s epithelial rooth sheath
c) Cementicles d) Stratum granulosum e) Pathway of taste


Part-B
4. Enumerate the stages of tooth development and write about the formation of Root(2+7=9marks)
5. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks; a) Osteoclast b) Circumvallate papillae
c) Alveolar bone d) Cingulum
6. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks; a) Embrasures and ridges b) Pulp stones
c) Sharpey’s fibres d) Leeway space e) Reparative Dentin


APRIL/MAY, 2004. (N.R.)

Part-A
1. Describe the structure and functions of pulp (5+4=9marks)
2. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =16marks;
a) Effect of hormones on oral tissue b) Theories of eruption
c) Difference between serous and mucous glands d) Calcium homeostasis
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 = a) Cellular cementum b) Gingival col. c) Embrasures
d) Shedding of deciduous teeth e) Melanocyte
Part-B
4. Enumerate the stage of tooth development and describe the stages (4+5=9marks)
5. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =16marks;
a) Functions of saliva b) Sequence of eruption of permanent teeth
c) Chemical composition of enamel d) Bundle fibres of the periodontal membrane
6. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks;
a) Incisive papilla b) Fixing of sections c) Stages of deglutination
d) Tubercle of carabelli e) Alkaline phosphatase.


OCTOBER, 2003. (N.R.)

Part-A
1. Describe the Calcium and phosphorous metabolism in relation to development of teeth(5+4=9m)
2. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =a) Theories of eruption b Functions of Saliva
c) Palmar system of notation d) Neural control of deglutition
3. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =a) Natal and Neonatal teeth b) Bundle bone c) Predentin
d) Circumvallate papillae e) Cellular elements of pulp.
Part-B
4. Give the morphological differences between the permanent maxillary and mandibular first
molars.(5+4)
5. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =a) Cap stage b) Theories of dentine sensitivity c) Wharton’s duct
d) Difference between deciduous and permanent dentition.
6. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =a) Granular layer of Tomes b) Serous acini c) Taste buds
d) Passive eruption e) Defense cells of pulp.




APRIL 2003.
Part-A
1. Describe the histology of various types of dentin and their function =9marks
2. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16m a) Nerve supply to tongue b) Hertwig epithelial sheath
c) Maxillary sinus d) Cemento-Enamel junction
3. Write short notes on: 5 x 2 =10marks a) Haversian system b) Greater palatine foramen
c) Mylohyoid ridge d) Articular capsule e) Embrassures
Part-B
4. Enumerate the differences between deciduous and permanent teeth =9marks
1. Write short notes on: 4 x 4 =16marks
a) Paratharmone b) Marginal ridge c) Tuberosity d) Lymphnode
2. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks
a) Canine fossa b) Osteoclast c) Zone of well d) Incisive papilla e) Mental foramen



OCTOBER, 2002
Part-A
1. Describe the stages in life-cycle of an ameloblast =9marks
2. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =16markS
a) Pulp stone b) Functions of Saliva c) Parathormone d) Inter-Globular Dentin
1. Write briefly on: 5 x 2 =10marks
a) Taste Bud b ) Contact point C) Rugae d) Mental Foramen e) Cap Stage
Part-B
2. Describe the muscles of Tongue 9marks
3. Write short answers on: 4 x 4 =16m. a) Cemento-Enamel Junction b) Nasmyth Membrane
c) Centric Occlusion d) Inferior Alveolar Nerve
4. Write briefly on : 5 x 2 =10marks
a) Cingulum b) Vitamin C c) Meckel Cartilage d) Uvula e) Ptyalin


SECOND B.D.S. 10th AUGUST 2001.


Part-A
1. Define Dentin. Describe various types of Dentin –10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Nasmyth Membrane b) Mekel Cartilage c) Cementicles d) Oblique Ridge
e) Maxillary sinus f) Cingulum =6x5=30marks
Part-B
3. Discuss Morphology of Maxillary permanent first molar –10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Cap stage b) Hertwig Epithelial Root sheath c) Papillae of tongue d) Synovial fluid
e) Inferior alveolar canal f) Paratharmone =6x5=30marks





OCTOBER, 2000.

Part-A
1. Write in detail about the Physiological Tooth movement =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Stages of Tooth Development b) Hypocalcified Areas of Enamel c) Fixing
d) Osteogenic Progenitor cells e)Movements of Tempero Mandibular Joint (TMJ) f) Types of Cementum
Part-B
1. Classify Oral mucous Membrane and write in detail about clinical features and microscopic features of Gingiva=10m
2. Short Notes: a) Cusp of Care Belli & Tubercle of Zuckercandle b) I Branchial arch c) Mastication
d) Bonwill’s Theory of Occlusion e) Age changes of Dentin f) Ectomesenchymal cells =6x5=30marks


APRIL, 2000.

Part-A
1. Write Chronology of both the Dentitions =10marks
2. Short notes: a) Cells of the Periodontal Ligament b) Decalcification c) Vitamin C d) Bell Stage
e) Myo-epithelial cell f) Theories of Eruption =6x5=30marks
Part-B
3. Write in detail about life cycle of an Ameloblast and describe in detail the Amelogenesis =10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Theories of Mineralization b) Embrasures c) Vermilion Border d) Cementicles
e) Intra Tubular Dentine f) Gland of Von Ebnor =6x5=30marks


OCTOBER, 1999.

Part-A
1. Write in detail the differences between permanent and deciduous teeth and write a note on eruption dates of
deciduous teeth =10m
2. Write short notes on: a) Age changes in Enamel b) Clearing
c) Alkaline Phsophatase theory of Examination d) Dentine Sensitivity e) Pulp Stones f) Ridges
Par-B
1. Write in detail about functions, Histology and Development of Salivary Gland =10marks
2. Write short notes on: a) Principal Fibres b) Leeway Space of Nance c) Deglutition
d) Pain Pathway of Maxillary Permanent First Molar e) Maxillary Sinus f) Palate





10th APRIL, 1999.

Part-A
1. Describe Cellular Elements of Pulp =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Hertwig Epithelial Rooth sheath b) Embrassures c) Masseter Muscle
d) Volkman’s canal e) Papillae of Tongue f) Vitamin-D =6x5=30marks
Part-B
1. Enumerate the composition and functions of Saliva =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Ameloblast b) Dental lamina c) Types of Cementum d) Types of Gingiva
e) Embrasures f) Osteoclast =6x5=30marks


OCTOBER, 1998.

Part-A
1. Describe the Occlusal surface of Permanent Maxillary first molar and write the differences between permanent maxillary first molar and permanent maxillary second molar =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Meckel cartilage b) Serous Acini c) Ridges d) Eruption time of deciduous teeth
e) Age changes in pulp f) Embrasures =6x5=30marks
Part-B
3. Classify oral mucous Membrane. Describe the layers of keratinised mucosa and add a note on gingiva =10
4. Short Notes: a) Cemento-Enamel junction b) Enamel tufts, lamellae and spindles c) Maxillary sinus
d) Curve of spee and curve of Monson e) Composition of Saliva f) Development of upper lip =6x5


APRIL, 1998.

Part-A
1. Describe Morphological characteristics of Maxillary first premolar and write the differences between maxillary first premolar and maxillary second premolar =10marks
2. Short Notes- a)Embrausers b)Myoepithelial cells c)Cusp of Carabelli d)Nerve supply of maxillary teeth
e) Differences between deciduous and permanent teeth f) Supernumerary teeth =6x5=30marks
Part-B
3. Describe the cap and bell stage of tooth development =10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Zones of pulp b) Submerged teeth c) Inter Globular Dentin d) Deglutition
e) Hunter-schreger Bands f) Alkaline Phosphatase =6x5=30marks







10th OCTOBER, 1998.

Part-A
1. Describe the morphological characteristics of permanent mandibular first molar and write the differences between permanent mandibular first molar and permanent mandibular second molar =15marks
2. Short Notes: a) FDI system of tooth notation b) Grooves c) Minor salivary gland s
d) Development of the mandible e) Mastered Muscle =5x5=25marks
Part-B
3. Describe the cells and fibers of the periodontal ligament =10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Dead tracts and sclerotic dentin b) COL c) Scurvy d) Alveolar Bone e) Dental Lamina =5x5


APRIL, 1997.

Part-A
1. What is chronology of Deciduous and Permanent dentition =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Mandibular first molar tooth b) Embrasures c) Minor Salivary glands
d) Supernumerary teeth e) Arterial supply of Maxillary teeth =5x5=25marks
Part-B
3. Describe briefly the microscopic structure of pulp =10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Development of upper lip b) Lateral pterygoid muscle c) Dentional tubules
d) Mesial Drift e) Enamel f) Alkaline Phosphatase =6x5=30marks


OCTOBER, 1996.

Part-A
1. Describe briefly the Tempromandibular joint. What are the movements possible in it =15marks
2. Short Notes: a) Dental formula b) Parotid salivary gland c) Wisdom tooth
d) Calcification of deciduous teeth e) Root forms of Premolar teeth =5x5=25mark
Part-B
3. Describe the microscopic structure of Enamel =10marks
4. Short Notes: a) Development of Tongue b) Temporalis muscle c) Dental lamina d) Haversian system
e) Cementum =5x5=25marks


APRIL, 1996.

Part-A
1. What are the major contrast between deciduous and permanent teeth =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Cemento enamel junction b) Left maxillary first molar tooth c) Proximal contact areas
d) Inferior alveolar nerve e) Occlusal Curvature =5x5=25marks

Part-B
1. Describe briefly the microscopic structure and functions of Periodontal ligament =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Enamel organ b) Massenter muscle c) Odontoblasts d) Simple epithelium
e) Lamina dura f) Composition of tooth =6x5=30marks


18th OCTOBER, 1995.

Part-A
1. Enumerate the difference between Deciduous and permanent teeth =15marks
2. Short Notes: a) Saliva-Composition and function b) Premolars c) Dead tracts
d) Dento gingival function e) Contact Points =5x5=25marks
Part-B
1. Describe theories of Eruption =10marks
2. Short Notes: a) Functions of Pulp b) Nasmyth Membrane c) Fordy’s spot
d) Occlusal surface of permanent MAXILLARY FIRST MOLAR e) Sharpey’s Fibers =5x5=25

3 comments:

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cutievishu said...

tanx alot.....:)

monika said...

IT HELPS A LOT.......THNX:)