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Tanvi Khemka

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sir, we know that all ampicillin, clindamycin and third generation cephalosporins causes pseudomembranous colitis, but it is most commonly caused by third generation cephalosporins, as given in HYP to

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Neha mishra

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Aakriti Pandey

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· 1 Months ago

sir isnt the widest incisal embrasure present between maxillary canine and 1st premolar

Aakriti Pandey

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sir tooth erupts when 2/3rd of root is formed, so shouldn't the answer be stage 8?

Arjun sahu

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In non-monotonic DRC,
x axis is drug concentration or log of drug conc. ?

Sahil Negi

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In a question where enalapril and methyldopa both are in the options which one should be marked correct as a prodrug?

Ahmad Raza

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· 1 Months ago

ppi and clopidogrel are substrate of cyp2c19

Ahmad Raza

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Amruta Malavade

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The common carotid artery may be palpated at which level?

Harshit Pundir

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· 1 Months ago

Ketone bodies are formed in liver then why can’t liver utilize it?

Sapna Sabharwal

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· 1 Months ago

Sapna Sabharwal

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· 1 Months ago

It is Treponema denticola and Tanerellia forsythia

Sapna Sabharwal

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· 1 Months ago

A is attached gingiva and b is junctional epithelium

PRIYANKA SHARMA

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according to Dingman and Grabb, 21% single branch is present so, option a is incorrect and option c is correct.

Prabha Chaudhary

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· 1 Months ago

Sir why option “a” is correct??

Aakriti Pandey

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cemenitoid is the matrix and has not undergone any mineralisation yet, so shouldnt it be the least mineralised of all?

Aakriti Pandey

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· 1 Months ago

sir in some places its given that odland bodies are found in both stratum granulosum and spinosum. what to follow?

Aakriti Pandey

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sir according to me none of the options are completely correct, because sec dentin is one that is formed after tooth eruption. even if we have to chose from the given options, why cant option B also b

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Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir, please clear this one. in granulomas do we see sclerotic borders? bcuz if in an rct treated tooth some infection is still left due to improper BMP, it may lead to radicular cyst as well. and as

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Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir, if it's associated with both forms, so why can't answer be D i.e., inflammatory bowel disease only?

Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir, in the options, all except polyostotic fibrous dysplasia are Autosomal Dominant. what to choose?

Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir answer and explanation don't match. what is the correct answer for this? Option A or D?

Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir, are both, options A and B, correct for this question?

Namrata Gaur

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sir, the explanation for this question doesn't seem to match the answer. question mentions TOP positive.

Udipta Goswami

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Namrata Gaur

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Namrata Gaur

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sir, according to the explanation, shouldn't mesial step, i.e., Option A, be the correct option?

Vipul Garg

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· 1 Months ago

sir kindly check if its asking helical angle of h file its 60deg...

Namrata Gaur

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· 1 Months ago

sir, should it not be incubation period? because it says time btw exposure and detection of disease and not from infection to infectiousness. in latency the person is already infected.