4. A bright-red tongue and a burning sensation are characteristics of:
c. Hairy tongue.
d. Systemic smooth tongue.
5. Multiple or coalescing papillomas may indicate:
a. Hypertrophied filiform papillae.
b. A complex odontoma.
c. Secondary syphilis.
d. Squamous cell carcinoma.
e. Partial ankyloglossia.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXERCISES 6 THROUGH 10. Match the name of the
condition or disease in Column B to its chief symptom in Column A and write your
answer in the space provided at the beginning of each exercise.
6. A double crown is attached to a single root; a
7. The development of more teeth than the
8. A tongue that is characterized by alternating
red areas bordered by yellowish-white.
9. Lack of development, or defective development,
of the enamel of the tooth before its eruption.
___ 10. Form of enamel hypocalcification that results
from the ingestion of excessive fluoride during