TEST PREVIEW

  1. It is generally accepted that the patient has dry mouth if the unstimulated whole saliva (WS) flow rate is ______________.
  1. Potential causes of salivary include _______________.
  1. Which of the following statements concerning available lubricating agents is(are) true?
  1. Which of the following statements concerning pilocarpine and cevimeline is(are) true?
  1. Which drug used for recalcitrant severe aphthous ulcers is associated with teratogenic effects?
  1. Which of the following is not an action of glucocorticoids?
  1. Potential adverse effects of glucocorticoid administration include _______________.
  1. Topical glucocorticoids are often prescribed to treat _______________.
  1. The aetiology of RAS is _______________.
  1. The least commonly observed form of RAS is _______________.
  1. A popular extemporaneous mixture to treat RAS consists of the following agents EXCEPT one. What is the exception?
  1. Most cases of EM are believed to be triggered by _______________.
  1. The most common drug trigger for EM is _______________.
  1. The most dangerous and potentially deadly form of the EM spectrum is ____________.
  1. The most common dermatologic disease to affect the oral cavity is _______________.
  1. Asymptomatic OLP is most typically associated with _______________.
  1. What is the best topical glucocorticoid to prescribe for the patient with multi-site OLP?
  1. The autoimmune disease characterized by the formation of a subepithelial blister is _______________.
  1. The most worrying extraoral site affected by MMP is _______________.
  1. The test in which the tissue is gently rubbed to form a blister or slough is called _______________.
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