Chapter 2: Ulcerative Conditions
1. Penicillin is the drug of choice for which of the following?
c. Aphthous ulcers
e. Intraoral herpes
ANS: D REF: Chap 2 (Actinomycosis/Treatment), p 35
2. Which of the following would be regarded as an iatrogenic injury?
a. Traumatic granuloma
b. Factitial ulcer
c. Cotton roll–induced ulcer
d. Frictional hyperkeratosis
e. All the above
ANS: C REF: Chap 2 (Traumatic ulcerations/Etiology), pp 23-24
3. A 31-year-old man presents with a chronic draining sinus at the inferior margin of his jaw. He
also has low-grade mandibular bone pain several weeks after the extraction of a molar in the
area. This history is typical of which of the following?
a. Post-zoster neuralgia
b. Drug reaction
d. Lupus erythematosus
ANS: C REF: Chap 2 (Actinomycosis—entire topic), pp 34-35
4. Granulomatous inflammation is characteristic of which the following diseases?
a. Aphthous ulcers
c. Pemphigus vulgaris
d. Erythema multiforme
REF: Chap 2 (Fungal infections/Deep fungal infections/Histopathology), p 35-36
5. The disease mechanism for angioedema is believed to be related to which of the following?
a. Drug overdose
b. Antigen interaction with IgE-coated mast cells
c. Lymphocyte immune reaction
d. Drug side effect
e. Circulating IgG combining with circulating antigen