Category Archives: MCQs

USMLE-Type Clinical Questions on Pathophysiology”

1. A 45-year-old male presents with chronic cough, hemoptysis, and weight loss. A chest X-ray reveals a cavitary lesion in the upper lobe of the right lung. What is the most likely diagnosis? a) Bronchial asthma b) Bronchiectasis c) Tuberculosis d) Lung cancer 2. A 60-year-old female with a history of hypertension presents with sudden-onset… Read More »

Clinical scenario questions for operative dentistry

A 40-year-old patient presents with a fractured amalgam restoration on a molar. How would you approach the restoration replacement? A 65-year-old patient requires a Class II composite restoration on a mandibular premolar. What considerations are important in this case? A 25-year-old patient complains of tooth sensitivity after a recent composite filling. What could be the… Read More »

100 clinical case scenarios for endodontics

1. A 35-year-old patient presents with severe tooth pain in the lower left quadrant. The tooth has deep caries, and there is a history of sensitivity to cold and hot. On clinical examination, there is localized tenderness to percussion and palpation. The tooth does not respond to pulp vitality testing. What is the most likely… Read More »

Operative dentistry BCQs

Q no 1: following are risk factors for root caries except Exposure of root surface Physical impairment Cognitive impairment Female gender Low educational level Answer (d)   Q no 2: first step in treatment protocol for patients at risk of root caries Implement preventive measures Eliminate active infection Evaluate salivary flow rate Examine at 3… Read More »