Histology is the science and study of tissues. Histo means a tissue, while Logy means science. By studying oral histology and embryology, you will gain a strong foundation in oral biology. The topic you study will focus on the development and structure of cells and tissues, the stages of tooth development and maturation. Different parts of a tissue, like cells, intercellular substance, tissue fluids, and the different parts of a human tooth, like enamel, dentin, dental pulp. Academic Task provides Oral Histology MCQs with answers. All these teeth histology MCQs are chosen from trusted and best reference books on oral histology. These histology MCQs are also helpful for the preparation of interviews, entrance examinations, other competitive examinations, and certifications for all Experienced, Freshers and Students. Also, check MCQs on Oral Pathology here.

41. Reversal lines which may be seen on the cribriform plate (alveolar bone proper) of the alveolar process indicate the cessation of____________?

A. Osteoblastic activity
B. Osteoclastic activity
C. Myeloid activity
D. Healing activity

42. Organ of chievity is seen near the______________?

A. Medial surface of the mandible
B. Naso palatine foramen
C. Mental foramen
D. Foramen caecum

43. The maxillary sinus______________?

A. Opens in to the inferior meatus of nose
B. Has the 1st molar projecting into its floor
C. Is fully developed by the age of 8 years
D. Has good drainage in upright position

44. The type of epithelium lining maxillary sinus is_______________?

A. Simple columnar
B. Pseudo stratified columnar and cilliated
C. Stratified squamous
D. Simple squamous

45. Functional importance of maxillary sinus is______________?

A. Lightening of skull weight and production of bactericidal lysozyme to the nasal cavity
B. Protects the brain against exposure to cold air by arresting air in sinus temporarily
C. Resonance of voice and enhancement of faciocranial resistance to mechanical shock
D. All of the above

46. The articular cartilage is characterized by all of the following features except_____________?

A. It is devoid of perichondrium
B. It has a rich nerve supply
C. It is avascular
D. It lacks the capacity to regenerate

47. The muscle which is commonly involved in myofacial pain dysfunction syndrome______________?

A. Lateral ptergoid
B. Massetor
C. Temporalis
D. Medial pterygoid

48. Fibres which continue from bone to ligament are_______________?

A. Sharpey’s fibres
B. Tome’s fibres
C. Ray’s fibres
D. All of the above

49. Which of the following enzymes are involved in bone formation________________?

A. Alkaline phosphatase and urease
B. Catalase and phosphorylase
C. Alkaline phosphatase and phosphorylase
D. Acid phosphatase and catalase

50. Fibres which continue from bone to ligament are_______________?

A. Sharpey’s fibres
B. Tome’s fibres
C. Ray’s fibres
D. All of the above

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