CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

15 Questions

Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

1/15 Questions

Exogenous causes of acute oral ulceration include:

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Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz
CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

2/15 Questions

Treatment options for local irritation with plaque sensitivity (ie, contact mucositis with ulceration) include which medications:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

3/15 Questions

Shallow, craterous oral lesions that involve only the epithelial layer with little or no damage to the underlying connective tissue are referred to as:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

4/15 Questions

“Rodent ulcers” in cats are most commonly caused by:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

5/15 Questions

“CUPS” stands for:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

6/15 Questions

For dogs with CUPS, teeth with stage ____ periodontal disease should be extracted.

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

7/15 Questions

Feline patients with caudal mucositis generally will require, at minimum, to have all teeth caudal to the canines removed.

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

8/15 Questions

When tissue is biopsied in a cat with oral inflammatory lesions, _____ supports a diagnosis of feline gingivostomatitis:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

9/15 Questions

The treatment with the most predictable successful outcome for cats with gingivostomatitis is:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

10/15 Questions

When discussing full-mouth extractions as a treatment for gingivostomatitis with clients, it is important to recognize clients concerns about:

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

11/15 Questions

Long-acting injectable corticosteroids is the best option for chronic therapy as it allows owners to avoid handling the mouth.

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CE Quiz Stomatitis & Oral Ulceration Quiz

12/15 Questions

The majority of cats with chronic gingivostomatitis have been shown to be actively shedding which virus?

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13/15 Questions

Once a cat with refractory chronic gingivostomatitis is comfortable and the inflammation is reduced, how often should immunosuppressive medications be decreased?

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14/15 Questions

Systemic antibiotic treatment is generally ineffective against oral disease in general, and chronic gingivostomatitis in particular, because of all of the following EXCEPT:

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15/15 Questions

When extracting maxillary teeth from cats, a ____ burr is best for ____.

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