SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXERCISES 16 THROUGH 20. Match the name of
the condition or disease in Column B to its description in Column A and write your
answer in the space provided at the beginning of the exercises.
___ 16. Inflammation of gingival tissue
NUG or Vincent's disease
___ 17. Inflammation of the tissues supporting the
___ 18. Inflammation of the gingiva around the
crown of a partially erupted tooth
___ 19. Abscess formed along the side of the tooth
caused by irritation in the gingival sulcus
___ 20. Bacterial infection, commonly called "trench
mouth," characterized by fetid breath,
ulcerative gingival tissue, and grayish
21. When the inflammation in the periapical tissues is very severe and results in
swelling, fever, and sharp pain and the pathology can be seen in the periapical
bone on the radiograph, the condition is:
a. Acute apical abscess.
b. Chronic apical periodontitis.
d. Acute apical periodontitis.