The anterior facial vein is
connected to cavernous sinus through
Superior ophthalmic vein;
Deep facial vein; Pterygoid plexus of vein
The upper pole of the
parotid gland is pierced by the
Auriculotemporal nerve;
Superficial temporal vessels; Temporal branch of facial nerve
Lower pole of parotid gland
overlaps the
Posterior belly of
The insertion of the medial
pterygoid muscle is into the
Medial surface of
mandibular ramus
The parotid duct pierces
the buccinator muscle and opens into the oral vestibule usually opposite the
Maxillary first-second
The piriform recess is
On either side of the
larynx within the laryngopharynx
The recess above the
palatine tonsil is
plica semilunaris
The  recess posterior to the salpingopharyugeal
folds within the nasopharynx is
pharyngeal recess
Recess between
glossoepiglottic fold is
The sensory root of the
fifth cranial nerve arise from the
Semilunar ganglion


1 2 15
February 28th, 2014

Know your tool – Microscope

Image distance and object distance. With respect to the principal planes of a lens, the image-to-lens and object-to-lens distances, as […]

February 28th, 2014

Definitions in Microscopy

Diffraction grating. A transparent or reflective substrate containing an array of parallel lines having the form of alternating grooves and […]

February 21st, 2014

Inking the Specimen

INKING THE SPECIMEN ·         Various Water/organic fluids insoluable inks and colored powders can be used to mark critical points on […]

February 13th, 2014

Tissue Sampling Techniques – Small Biopsies & Triaging

Tissue Sampling Techniques – Small Biopsies & Triaging Most Important Steps • Patient identification – Identification on the requisition must […]

February 6th, 2014


(Material Collected From various reliable sources- My role is just assembling facts for you. No intention of claiming this to […]

January 30th, 2014

Previous Year Question Papers of Various universities – For MDS – Oral Pathology

CONNECTIVE TISSUE STAINS 1.     Discuss the CT stains10 mks(RGUHS) 2.     Routine stains used in oral pathology-10 mks(RGUHS) 3.     Discuss stains […]

January 23rd, 2014

Previous years questions from various Indian Universities – for MDS in Oral Pathology

PULP AND PERIAPICAL INFECTIONS Chronic hyperplastic pulpitis- 10 mks Define and classify Osteomyelitis. Discuss in detail non- suppurative OM-10 mks […]

January 16th, 2014

Previous years questions from various Indian Universities – for MDS in Oral Pathology

MISCELLANEOUS IN ORAL PATHOLOGY 1.      Granulomatous infections of the oral cavity- 100 mks (MU) 2.      Oro- facial pain-10 mks 3.      […]

January 9th, 2014

Human Deciduous Mandibular Molar

January 9th, 2014

Previous years questions from various Indian Universities – for MDS in Oral Pathology

CONNECTIVE TISSUE NEOPLASMS 1.       Discuss the neoplastic lesions of bone of CT origin- 20 mks 2.      Classify nerve tissue tumours […]