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121. The cells which have the capacity to multiply through out their life_____________?

A. Stable cells
B. Permanent cells
C. Labile cells
D. None of the above

122. Important components of collagen synthesis, wound strength and contraction include all of the following EXCEPT ?

A. Fibroblasts
B. Myofibroblasts
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin D

123. All cells do not divide at the same rate. Events in which phase of the cell cycle determine when a cell is going to replicate ?

A. M phase
B. G1 phase
C. S phase
D. G2 phase

124. Correct sequence of cell cycle ?

A. Go – G1 – S – G2 – M
B. Go – G1 – G2 – S – M
C. Go – M – G2 – S – G1
D. Go – G1 – S – M – G2

125. Does peripheral nerve regenerate at the rate of ________ mm per day?

A. 1
B. 2
C. 0.5
D. 5

126. All are desirable in the union of the fracture site except____________?

A. Formation of fibrous joint or pseudoarthrosis
B. Remodeling of bone
C. Formation of blood clot
D. Formation of procallus or osseous cells

127. Factors inhibiting wound healing____________?

A. Infection
B. Cortisol
C. Foreign Bodies
D. All of the above

128. The persistence of epithelial cells after wound healing give rise to_______________?

A. Implantation cyst
B. Keloid
C. Wound dehiscence
D. Cicatrisation

129. Large open wounds that are characterized by tissue loss and repaired by formation of granulation tissue in the floor of the wound is characteristic of______________?

A. Secondary healing
B. Primary healing
C. Cicatrisation
D. Regeneration

130. Granulation tissue contains_____________?

A. Giant cells
B. Fibroblasts
C. Endothelial cells
D. B & C