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Examination of a 9-year-old child revealed chalky spots in the cervical part of the 12, 11, 21, 22 teeth. The spots appeared two weeks ago. Their surface is dull in appearance and can be stained with methylene blue. The affected teeth are nonresponsive to cold stimulus. What is the most likely diagnosis?

A. White spot stage of caries Correct

B. Fluorosis

C. Systemic hypoplasia

D. Surface caries

E. Focal hypoplasia

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