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31

what is pyogenic granuloma?

pregnancy tumor

32

does the pregnancy tumor go away after baby is born?

yes

33

when is it safest to treat someone who is pregnant?

2nd trimester

34

is it possible for the oral bacteria to be passed cross the placenta and harm the fetus?

yes

35

T/F: pregnant women with periodontal disease are not as likely to have a premature delivery

false they are 7 times more likely to have a premature baby

36

____ plays a role in periodontal inflammation and in regulating onset of labor

prostaglandin E2

37

research shows that there is no relationship with _____ being used today and increased gingivitis

low dose contraceptive

38

should women with aggressive periodontitist take the pill?why?

no because it might lead to more advanced disease

39

individuals with defective PMN production have increased susceptibility to recurrent bacterial infections such as:

1. oral ulcerations
2. gingivitis
3. periodontitist

40

T/F: Il-1-genotype is a stronger risk factor than smoking

False. smoking is

41

xerostomia can cause?

1. oral candadiasis
2. root surface caries
3. excess plaque

42

drugs with xeriostomia effects?

1. antihypertensives
2. narcotic analgescis
3. diuretics
4. tranquilizers
5. sedatives
6. antimetabolites

43

gingival fibroblasts overproduce collagen matrix when stimulated by gingival inflammation. This is side effects of what?

1. anticonsulsants
2. immunosuppressants
3. calcium channel blockers

44

phenytoin effects are commonly seen where?

seen in facial aspect of maxillary

45

examples of drugs for:
1. anticonsultants
2. immunosuppressive
3. calcium channel blocker

1. phenytoin
2. cyclosporine
3. nifedipine

46

can gingival overgrowth be removed? does it come back?

yes with lasers
reoccurs within 1-2 years even in the presence of good plaque control