This quiz relates to knowledge on the Acute Necrotising Ulcerative Gingivitis notes.


Which of the following is not a known predisposing factor for ANUG?


Which of the following describes progression of the necrotic tissue beyond the mucogingival junction?


Which of the following is not a common sign or symptom of ANUG?


Which antibiotic would typically be considered for a case of ANUG?


ANUG is an opportunistic infection

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