300+ TOP Bacterial Infections MCQs and Answers Dental Quiz

Bacterial Infections Multiple Choice Questions : Dental

  1. A bacterial disease with oral manifestations is:
    A. Herpes
    B. measles
    C. Diphtheria
    D. leishmaniasis
  2. Syphilis becomes seropositive in:
    A. Chancre (primary syphilis)
    B. Muco patches (secondary syphilis)
    C. Gumma (tertiary syphilis)
    D. Congenital syphilis
  3. Multinucleated giant cells are least likely to be found in which of the following disorders:
    A. Blastomycosis
    B. Cat scratch fever
    C. Sarcoidosis
    D. Streptococcus pneumonia
  4. Oral ulcers that are painless are associated with:
    A. Secondary herpes
    B. Primary syphilis
    C. Tuberculosis
    D. Primary herpes
  5. Complications of Vincents angina is:
    A. Actinomycosis
    B. Noma
    C. Systemic candidiasis
    D. Cellulites
  6. Hansen’s disease is another name of:
    A. Leprosy
    B. Tuberculosis
    C. Diabetes
    D. Lichen planus
  7. Hard swelling at the angle of mandible with numerous draining sinuses is most likely:
    A. Actinomycosis
    B. Ludwig’s angina
    C. Mucormycosis
    D. Cellulitis
  8. Oral lesions are rarely seen in:
    A. AIDS
    B. Tuberculosis
    C. Syphilis
    D. Leukemia
  9. The oral lesion of syphilis that is highly infective is a:
    A. Gumma
    B. Koplik spot
    C. Mucous patcl
    D. Tabes dorsalis
  10. Strawberry Tongue is associated with:
    A. syphilis
    B. measles
    C. scarlet fever
    D. typhoid
  11. Which of the following oral structures are not effected in leprosy:
    A. Gingiva
    B. Tongue
    C. Hard palate
    D. Soft palate
  12. All of the following can give rise to membrane on the pharynx except:
    A. Staphylococcus aureus
    B. Corynebacterium
    C. Candida
    D. Vincent’s angina
  13. The causative agent for “Oculoglandular syndrome of parinoud” is:
    A. Arachnia propionica
    B. Bartonella henselae
    C. Bifidobacterium dentium
    D. Mycobacterium laprae
  14. Oral ulcers which occurs in groups, persist for about 6 weeks and leave scars on healing are:
    A. Recurrent aphthous major
    B. Recurrent aphthous minor
    C. Recurrent herpetiform ulcers
    D. Acute herpetic gingivostomatitis
  15. +ve pathergy test is seen in:
    A. Sarcoidosis
    B. Histoplasmosis
    C. Candidiasis
    D. Behcet’s disease
  16. The first consideration in the differential diagnosis of a painless palatal perforation would be:
    A. Syphilis
    B. Histoplasmosis
    C. Scrofuloderma
    D. Actinomycosis
  17. Recurrent aphthae resemble recurrent herpes in that:
    A. symptoms are similar
    B. life long immunity results
    C. vesicles occur with both diseases
    D. intranuclear inclusion bodies are present
  18. Kissing disease is also known as:
    A. Scarlet fever
    B. Acute herpetic gingivostomatitis
    C. Glandular fever
    D. Rubella
  19. The best laboratory test to use in the diagnosis of lupus vulgaris in the oral cavity is:
    A. Bacterial smear
    B. Blood studies
    C. Biopsy
    D. Blood chemistry
  20. Lock jaw indicates:
    A. Ankylosis
    B. Spasm of masseter mucle
    C. Auspitz’s sign
    D. Nikolsky’s sign
  21. Canker sore’ is otherwise commonly known as:
    A. Recurrent apthous ulcer
    B. Recurrent herpetic gingivitis
    C. Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
    D. Recurrent herpes labialis
  22. The explosive and widespread form of secondary syphilis in immune compromised individual is known as:
    A. Condylomata lata
    B. Mucous patches
    C. Lues maligna
    D. lupus vulgaris
  23. Crohn’s disease:
    A. has oral ulcerations similar to major apthous ulceration
    B. is a self limiting lesion
    C. is commonly seen among Indian population
    D. is usually treated with Erythromycin
  24. Kveim Slitzbach test is usuful in the diagnosis of:
    A. Tuberculosis
    B. Sarcoidosis
    C. Leprosy
    D. Cat scratch disease
  25. A patient has asymptomatic painless burrowing ulcer in the palate, He might be suffering from:
    A. Syphilis
    B. Tuberculosis
    C. Histoplasmosis
    D. Actinomycosis
  26. Apthous like ulcers are seen in:
    A. Bechets syndrome
    B. Sweet syndrome
    C. PFAPA (periodic fever acute pharyngitis apthous stomatitis)
    D. All of the above
  27. Which of the following is a painfull ulcer ?
    A. syphilitic ulcer
    B. trophic ulcer
    C. oral chancre
    D. All of the above
  28. Primary antibody deficiencies are characterized by:
    A. Recurrent allergic reactions
    B. Recurrent bacterial infections
    C. Implicit allergic reactions
    D. implicit bacterial infections
  29. Oral lesions of secondary syphilis includes all EXCEPT:
    A. snail track ulcers
    B. Mucous patches
    C. chancre of tongue
    D. Hutchinson’s wart
  30. Botryomycosis is a__________________ disease?
    A. Fungal
    B. Bacterial
    C. Viral
    D. Parasitic
  31. Tuberculous ulcer of oral cavity is usually:
    A. painless
    B. painful
    C. itching
    D. Asymptomatic
  32. The oral lesion called mucous patches is usually multiple grayish white plaque associated with:
    A. Pain
    B. No pain
    C. Itching
    D. Burning sensation
  33. Early tongue changes seen in scarlet fever is:
    A. Rasbery tongue
    B. Strawberry tongue
    C. Auspitz’s sign
    D. Nikolsky’s sign
  34. Most common site of tuberculous lesion in the oral cavity is:
    A. Buccal mucosa
    B. Lips
    C. Tongue
    D. Palate
  35. Which of the following ulcers are characteristically painless:
    A. Trauma
    B. Tuberculosis
    C. Primary syphilis
    D. Herpes
  36. Secondary syphilis occurs after:
    A. 6 weeks
    B. 9 weeks
    C. 13 weeks
    D. 1 weeks
  37. Noma is:
    A. pyogenic granuloma
    B. fibrous dysplasia
    C. vincent’s disease
    D. ancrum oris
  38. Trismus is due to infection by:
    A. Staphylococci
    B. Streptococci
    C. Diphtheria
    D. Clostridium Tetani
  39. Splitted papule at corner of mouth:
    A. Recurrent herpes labialis
    B. Recurrent herpetic stomatitis
    C. Increased vertical dimension
    D. Secondary syphilis
  40. Clinical features of which of the following include conjunctivitis, urethritis muco-cutaneous lesions and arthritis ?
    A. Behcet’s syndrome
    B. Hodgkin’s disease
    C. Grinspan syndrome
    D. Ehler Danlos syndrome
  41. Actinomycosis is a:
    A. Bacterial infection
    B. Fungal infection
    C. Viral infection
    D. Parasitic infection
  42. Gumma occurs in:
    A. Primary stage of syphilis
    B. Secondary stage of syphilis
    C. Tertiary stage of syphilis
    D. Primary tuberculosis
  43. Hutchinson’s triad includes:
    A. hypoplasia of incisor and molar, VIII nerve motor paralysis and peg laterals.
    B. Hypoplasia of incisor and molar, V nerve motor paralysis interstitial keratitis
    C. Hypoplasia of incisor and molar, VIII nerve deafness and interstitial keratitis
    D. None of the above
  44. Lesions of oral tuberculosis are associated with all the following except:
    A. Central caseation
    B. Hyaline degeneration
    C. Giant cells in the center
    D. Presence of epithelioid cells
  45. Spasm of masseter muscles occur in:
    A. Tetanus
    B. Trigeminal neuraligia
    C. Tuberculous meningitis
    D. Rabies
  46. Which disease are infections but not communicable ?
    A. Measles
    B. Mumps
    C. Scarlet fever
    D. Tetanus
  47. Cancerous involvement is seen with:
    A. Chancre
    B. Mucous patch
    C. Syphilitic glossitis
    D. Gumma
  48. The bacteria observed as a causative organism in case of Recurrent apthous ulcers is:
    A. Streptococcus sangius
    B. Streptococcus mutans
    C. Borellia vincentii
    D. Staphylococci albus
  49. Rigidity of facial muscles Risus sardonicus is associated with:
    A. Tetany
    B. Tetanus
    C. Leprosy
    D. Actinomycosis
  50. A case presenting with a gray coloured pseudomembrane whose removal is difficult and painful, can be:
    A. ANUG
    B. Diphtheritic lesion
    C. Secondary stage of syphilis
    D. Desquamative gingivitis
  51. Sulfur granules in pus are seen in:
    A. Candida albicans
    B. Actinomyces israelii
    C. Nocarda braziliances
    D. Histoplasma capsulatum
  52. Leutic glossitis is an intra-oral manifestation caused by:
    A. Mycobacterium tuberulosis
    B. Actinomycosis
    C. Trepenoma pallidium
    D. Streptococcus
  53. Which of the following is Not characteristic of congenital Syphilis ?
    A. Ghon complex
    B. Interstitial keratitis
    C. Mulberry molars
    D. Notched incisors

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