Viral Infections of the Mouth Quiz

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Which virus is responsible for 1ry herpetic gingivostomatitis?

Herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1)

Which virus causes recurrent herpes labialis?

Herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1)

Which virus is associated with the coxsackie group of viral infections?

Coxsackie group

Which virus is not a member of the Human Herpes virus family?

Herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1)

Which virus is responsible for 1ry herpetic gingivostomatitis?

Herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1)

Which virus is associated with the risk of oral manifestations other than HIV?

Human papillomavirus

Which virus causes chickenpox and herpes zoster?

Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV)

What is the most common complication of shingles?

Post-herpetic neuralgia

What is the recommended treatment for primary herpetic gingivostomatitis?

2% tetracycline mouth bath after meals and before bedtime

Which virus is associated with Bell’s palsy?

HSV-1

Which factor increases the risk of developing herpes zoster?

Immunodeficiency

What is the cause of erythema multiforme minor?

HSV-1

What is the primary form of HSV-1 that commonly affects preschool children and teenagers?

Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis

What triggers recurrent herpes labialis?

Sunlight exposure

Where does HSV migrate after the resolution of primary lesions?

Trigeminal ganglion

What are the clinical features of recurrent intraoral herpes?

Painful ulcers that heal within 7-14 days

What is the management approach for primary herpetic gingivostomatitis in adults or immunodeficiency patients?

Antiviral medication and supportive care

How is the diagnosis of primary herpetic gingivostomatitis confirmed?

Case history and clinical examination

What is a common clinical feature of infectious mononucleosis caused by Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)?

Joint pain

Which virus can cause oral hairy leukoplakia?

Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

Which virus can manifest as Kaposi’s sarcoma?

Human Herpes Virus-8 (HHV-8)

Which virus is associated with herpangina and hand foot and mouth disease?

Coxsackie virus

In CMV infection, when do oral lesions (ulcers) mainly occur?

In severe immunosuppression

Which virus can cause non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma?

Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)

What is the incubation period of rubella, a viral infection transmitted through droplet spread?

14-21 days

Which viral infection is characterized by a non-vesicular eruption on the uvula, soft palate, and posterior pharynx?

Acute lymphonodular pharyngitis caused by Coxsackie virus, A10

Which viral infection is the most common in patients attending for dental care?

Herpes labialis caused by Herpes simplex 1

Which viral infection is characterized by small, turbid vesicles surrounded by a narrow red halo, localized on the lateral and dorsal aspects of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles?

Herpes labialis caused by Herpes simplex 1

Which viral infection has an incubation period of 16-18 days and is transmitted through droplet spread?

Mumps with prodromal symptoms of fever, malaise, and pain next to the jaw angle

Which viral infection presents with fever, mild headache, loss of appetite, and sore throat, followed by a characteristic non-vesicular eruption on the uvula, soft palate, and posterior pharynx?

Acute lymphonodular pharyngitis caused by Coxsackie virus, A10

Study Notes

Viral Infections of the Mouth: Summary

  • Skin lesions consist of small, turbid vesicles, 1-50 in number, surrounded by a narrow red halo and are localized on the lateral and dorsal aspects of the fingers, toes, palms and soles
  • Low grade fever and general symptoms may be present, and the disease lasts 5–8 days and resolves spontaneously without treatment
  • Acute lymphonodular pharyngitis is an uncommon acute febrile disease caused by Coxsackie virus, A10, affecting children and young adults
  • It presents with fever, mild headache, loss of appetite, and sore throat, followed by a characteristic non-vesicular eruption on the uvula, soft palate, and posterior pharynx
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a double-stranded DNA virus with over 200 genotypes, classified into dermatotropic and mucosotropic
  • Multifocal epithelial hyperplasia is rare worldwide but common among Inuits, Indians, and Eskimos, and is more common in females, children, and adolescence
  • It is caused by HPV genotypes 13 and 32 in 75-100% of patients, with other genotypes also detected
  • Measles is highly infectious, with an incubation period of 8-12 days and prodromal signs including fever, cough, and coryza
  • Mumps is transmitted through droplet spread and has an incubation period of 16-18 days, with prodromal symptoms of fever, malaise, and pain next to the jaw angle
  • Rubella is transmitted through droplet spread, has an incubation period of 14-21 days, and presents with mild disease and prodromal symptoms of fever, headache, and sore throat
  • Most common viral infections of the mouth are related to Herpes simplex 1, giving rise to short-term oral ulceration and systemic symptoms
  • Herpes labialis is the most common viral infection in patients attending for dental care, and the majority of common viral infections of the mouth do not require specific anti-viral therapy

Test your knowledge of viral infections of the mouth with this quiz. Explore various viral infections such as Coxsackie virus, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), measles, mumps, rubella, and Herpes simplex 1. Learn about their symptoms, transmission, and management.

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