22. Extension of infection from carious teeth, salivary glands, or tonsils may cause a
firm swelling of the floor of the mouth and elevation of the tongue. This condition
a. Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis.
b. Acute apical abscess.
c. Acute pulpitis.
e. Ludwig's angina.
23. Benign bony outgrowths in the mouth that are covered with relatively thin oral
mucosa, are called:
a. Fordyce's granules.
b. Opportunistic infections.
c. Oral tori.
d. Dental granulomas.
24. Is an aspirin burn an example of stomatitis venenata?