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ENT. b. DIPTHERIA c. ADENOVIRUS INFECTION d. VINCENTS ANGINA 12. IN CENTRAL SAFE PERFORATION THE TREATMENT OF CHOICE ENT

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1. FACIAL PALSY IS MOST COMMONLY CAUSED BY a. PAROTID MALIGNANCY b. BELL S PALSY c. TRAUMA d. DISSEMINATED SCLEROSIS 2. IN MIDDLE MEATUS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT OPENS a. ETHMOIDAL BULLA b. MAXILLARY
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1. FACIAL PALSY IS MOST COMMONLY CAUSED BY a. PAROTID MALIGNANCY b. BELL S PALSY c. TRAUMA d. DISSEMINATED SCLEROSIS 2. IN MIDDLE MEATUS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOES NOT OPENS a. ETHMOIDAL BULLA b. MAXILLARY SINUS c. POSTERIOR ETHMOID d. FRONTAL SINUS 3. MOST COMMON BENIGN LESION OF VOCAL CORD IN PAEDITRIC AGE GROUP a. GRANULAR CELL TUMOR b. CHONDROMA c. MULTIPLE PAPILLOMA d. SOLITARY PAPILLOMA 4. WHICH OF THESE HEAD AND NECK CA IS MOE COMMON IN FEMALE a. GLOTTIC CA b. NASOPHARYNGEAL CA c. SUPRAGLOTTIC CA d. POST CRICOID CA 5. RINNE TEST WILL BE NEGATIVE IF THE LOSS OF HEASING IS IT. a DB b DB c DB d DB 6. CALDWELL LUE OPESATION IS DONE FOR REMOVER OF WHICH TYPE OF POLYP. a. RECURR ANTROCHOANAL b. ANTRO CHOANAL c. RECURR ETHMOIDAL d. ETHMOIDAL 7. HOASENESS OF VOICE IS AN EARLY SYMPTOM OF a. CA OF GLOTTIC AREA b. CA OF PYSIFORM FOSSA c. CA OF SUBGLOTTIC AREA d. CA OF SUPRAGLOTTIC AREA 8. MOST COMMON LOCATION OF VOCAL NODULES IS a. ANTERIOR COMMISURE b. POSTERIOR 1/4 TH AND ANTERIOR 2/3 RD JUNCTION c. ANTERIOR 1/3 RD AND POSTERIOR 2/3 RD JUNCTION d. POSTERIOR 2/3 RD AND ANTERIOR 2/3 RD JUNCTION 9. CANAL FOR TENSOR TYMPANI IS PRES IN a. POSTERIOR WALL OF MIDDLE EAR b. ANTERIOR WALL OF MIDDLE EAR c. INFERIOR WALL OF MIDDLE EAR d. MEDIAL WALL OF MIDDLE EAR 10. BILATERAL SEVERE DEAFNESS IS BEST TREATED WITH a. CROS b. SPEECH TRAINING c. COCHLEAR IMPLANT d. HEARING AID 11. MOST COMMON CAUSE OF MEMBRANE THROAT IS a. STREPTOCOCCAL TONSILITIS b. DIPTHERIA c. ADENOVIRUS INFECTION d. VINCS ANGINA 12. IN CRAL SAFE PERFORATION THE TREATM OF CHOICE IS a. CLEARANCE AND ANTIBIOTICS b. MYRINGOPLASTY c. RADIAL MASTOIDITIS d. MODIFIED MASTOIDECTOMY 13. DEAFNESS ASSOCIATED WITH ATTICOANTRAL PERFORATION IS TREATED WITH a. INSTILLATION OF DROPS b. MODIFIED RADICAL MASTOIDECTOMY c. WAIT AND WATCH d. SIMPLE MASTOIDECTOMY 14. MOST COMMON CAUSE OF BLUISH TYMPANIC MEMBRANE IS SEEN WITH a. CHOLESTEROL GRANULOMA b. CHOLESTEATOMA c. GLUE EAR d. EARLY ASOM 15. ALL ARE CHARACTERESTIC FEATURE OF OTOSCLEROSIS EXCEPT a. SWARTZ SIGN b. PARACUSIS WILLISI c. SENSORY NEURAL DEAFNESS d. CONDUCTIVE DEAFNESS 16. A PATI HEARS BETTER IN NOISE, HIS DIAGNOSIS IS a. PARACUSIS b. HYPERACUSIS c. HYPOACUSIS d. PRESBYCUSIS 17. CAUSATIVE ORGANISM OF ACUTE EPIGLOTTIS IS a. HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE b. STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES c. RSV d. PARA INFLUENZA VIRUS 18. CALOSIC TEST DONE WITH WARM AND COLD WATER FOR a. FUNCTION OF SUPERIOR SEMICIRCULAR CANAL b. FUNCTION OF SACCULE c. FUNCTION OF POST. SEMICIRCULAR CANAL d. FUNCTION OF LATERAL SEMICIRCULAR CANAL 19. BLOOD SUPPLY OF TONSIL IS CHIEFLY BY a. LINGUAL ARTERY b. SUPERIOR PALATINE ARTERY c. FACIAL ARTERY d. LEEBIAL ARTERY 20. ORGAN SENSING ANGULAR MOVEM IS a. SEMI CIRCULAR CANALS b. UTRICLE c. COCHLEA d. SACCULE 21. STRAWBERRY POLYP IS SEEN IN a. RHINO SPORIDIOSIS b. RHINOSCLEROMA c. LEPROSY d. RHINOPHYMA 1 22. EPISTAXIS IN CHILDREN IS MOST COMMONLY DUE TO a. WRI b. ANGIOMA c. NOSE PICKING d. HYPERTENSION 23. CSF OTORRHEA OCCURS DUE TO a. TRAUMA OF TYMPANIC MEMBRANE b. TRAUMA OF PETROUS TEMPORAL BONE c. TRAUMA OF CRIBRIFORM PLATE d. TRAUMA OF PARIETAL BONE 24. ALL ARE CONT OF GRADENIGO S SYNDROME EXCEPT a. 6 TH NERVE PALSY b. PERSIT EAR DISCHARGE c. RETRO ORBITAL PAIN d. 4 TH NERVE PALSY 25. CAUSATIVE ORGANISM OF RHINOSCLEROMA IS a. KLEBSIELLA b. SPIROCHETES c. CHLAMYDIA d. AUTRIMMUNE DISEASE 26. NARROWEST PART OF LARYNX IS a. SUPRAGLOTTIS b. SACCULE c. RIMA GLOTTIDES d. VESTIBULE OF PHARYNX 27. ALL ARE FEATURE OF MENIERE S DISEASE EXCEPT a. CONDUCTIVE DEAFNESS b. NAUSEA c. TINNITUS d. VERTIGO 28. ALL ARE TRUE REGARDING RAMSAY HUNT SYNDROME IS EXCEPT a. CAUSED BY VIRUS b. SURGICAL REMOVAL GIVES EXCELL PROGNOSIS c. VESCICLES MAY BE SEEN d. INVOLVE 7 TH NERVE 29. CORRECT DIRECTION OF NASOLACRIMAL DUCT IS a. DOWN WARD, FORWARD AND LATERALLY b. DOWN WARD, FORWARD AND MEDIALLY c. DOWN WARD, BACKWARD AND LATERALLY d. DOWN WARD, BACKWARD AND MEDIALLY 30. IN CHILDREN MOST COMMON SINUSITIS IS a. SPHENOID b. MAXILLARY c. FRONTAL d. ETHMOIDAL 31. STAPEDIUS IS DUPPLY BY WHICH NERVE a. 5 TH b. 9 TH c. 6 TH d. 7 TH 32. MOST COMMON SITE OF BRAIN ABSCESS IS a. TEMPORAL LOBE b. FRONTAL LOBE c. PARIETAL LOBE d. OCCIPITAL LOBE 33. MOST COMMON ORGANISM CAUSE ASOM IN CHILDREN IS a. S. PYOGENOUS b. S. PNEUMONIAE c. H. INFLUENZAE d. M. CATARRHALIS 34. ALL ARE COMPON OF KIESSELBACH S PLEXUS EXCEPT a. SPHENO PALATINE ARTERY b. ANTERIOR ETHMOID ARTERY c. GREATER PALATINE ARTERY d. INFERIOR LABIAL ARTERY 35. YOUNG S OPERATION IS DONE FOR a. ALLERGIC RHINITIS b. ATROPHIC RHINITIS c. VASOMOTOR RHINITIS d. IDIOPATHIC RHINITIS 36. FOLLOWING IN AN OTOTOXIC DRUG a. TETRACYCLINE b. AMPICILLIN c. GAMICIN d. PENICILLIN 37. BULLOUS MYRINGITIS CAUSED BY a. BACTERIA b. VIRUS c. FUNGUS d. MYCOPLASMA 38. TRENCH MOUTH IS ALSO CALLED a. VINC S ANGINA b. SUPPURATIVE PHARYNGITIS c. LUDWIG S ANGINA d. PURUL TONSILILLITIS 39. MAGGOTS IN NOSE IS BEST TREATED BY a. CHLOROFORM b. TURPINE c. KEROSENE OIL d. ETHER 40. FUNCTION OF STAPEDIAL REFLEX IS a. PROTECTION AGAINST LOUD SOUNDS b. INCREASE MOVEM OF OSSICULAR CHAIN c. IT MAY BE ABS IN NORMAL INDIVIDUALS d. MEDIATED BY 9 TH NERVE 41. SCHWANNOMA IS MOST COMMON IN a. VIII NERVE b. X NERVE c. FACIAL NERVE d. TRIGEMINAL NERVE 42. CARTILAGE OF NASAL SEPTUM IS CALLED a. QUADRILATERAL CARTILAGE b. CONCHAL CARTILAGE c. ALAR CARTILAGE d. NONE OF THE ABOVE 43. EARLY SYMPTOM OF AN ACOUSTIC NERVE TUMOUR IS a. UNILATERAL HEARING LOSS b. TINNITUS c. VERTIGO d. 7 TH CRANIAL NERVE WEAKNESS 44. The most common cause of unilateral bloody nasal discharge in a child is A. FOREIGN BODY 2 B. RHINOSPORIDOSIS C. MAXILLARY SINUSITIS D. CARCINOMA OF MAXILLARY SINUS 45. A medially bulging swelling in lateral pharyngeal wall is suggestive of A. PERITONSILLAR ABSCESS B. PHARYNGOMAXILLARY ABSCESS C. RETROPHARYNGEAL ABSCESS D. MASTOID ABSCESS 46. killian s polyp is the other name of A. ETHMOIDAL POLYP B. RECURR ETHMOIDAL POLYP C. SPHENOIDAL POLYP D. ANTROCHOANAL POLYP 47. Immediate action to be taken in CSF rhinorohea is A. NASAL PACKING B. PROPHYLACTIC ANTIBIOTIC & X-RAY C. HEAD LOW POSITION & VASOCONSTRICTORS D. EXPLORATION 48. Blood supply of nasal septum comes from A. EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY ALONE B. INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY ALONE C. MAINLY EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY & PARTLY INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY D. MAINLY INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY & PARTLY EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY 49. Alkaline nasal douche contains all EXCEPT A SODIUM CHLORIDE. B. SODIUM BICARBONATE C. SODIUM BIBORATE D. SODIUM FLORIDE 50. CARCINOMA OF MAXILLARY ANTRUM IS USUALLY A. SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA B. APHTHOUS ULCER C. RETROPHARYNGEAL ABSCESS D. TETANUS 51. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PULSATILE TUMOR IN EAR IS A. POLYP B. GLOMUS RUMOR C. HEMANGIOMA D. MALIGNANCY OF MIDDLE EAR 52. MYRINGOTOMY IS DONE IN WHICH QUADRANT A. ANTEROINFERIOR B. ANTEROSUPERIOR C. POSTERO SUPERIOR D. POSTEROINFERIOR 53. A 2 YEARS CHILD HAS NASAL MASS WHICH PULSATES DURING CRYING. PROBABLE DIAGNOSIS A. ENCHEPHALOCELE B. POLYP C. ANGIOFIBROMA D. FOREIGN BODY 54. TREATM OF CHOICE IN STAGE III CARCINOMA LARYNX A. CHEMOTHERAPY B. SURGERY + RADIATION C. SURGERY +CHEMOTHERAPY D. ONLY RADIOTHERAPY 55. LABRYNTHINE ARTERY IS A BRANCH OF A. BASILAR ARTERY B. POSTERIOR INFERIOR CEREBELLAR C. INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY D. ANTERIOR INFERIOR CEREBELLAR ARTERY 56. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS PREMALIGNANT A. APHTHOUS STOMATITIS B. CHRONIC GLOSSITIS C. SUB MUCOSAL-FIBROSIS D. HYPERTROPHIC GLOSSITIS 57. VIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH NASOPHARYNGEAL CARICINOMA A. CMV B. RHINO-VIRUS C. ADENOVIRUS D. EBV 58. HIGHEST LYMPH-NODE INVOLVEM SEEN IN A. GLOTTIC C A B. SUBGLOTTIC C A C. SUPRA GLOTTIC C A D. POST CRICOID C A 59. MOST COMMON FUNGUS CAUSING FUNGAL SINUSITIS IS A. ASPERGILUS FUMIGATUS B. MUCORMYCOSIS C. ALLERGIC FUNGAL SINUSITIS D. ASPERGILUS NIGER 60. YOUNG AGE DIABETICS PRESING WITH BLACKISH NASAL DISCHARGE, DIAGNOSIS IS A. ASPERGILLOSIS B. MUCORMYCOSIS C. RHINOSPORIDIOSIS D. MONILIA 61. RIGHT SIDED VOCAL CORD PALSY SEEN IN A. LARYNX-CARCINOMA B. AORTIC ANEURYSM C. MEDIASTINAL LYMPHADENOPATHY D. RIGHT APICAL LUNG CARCINOMA 62. TRACHEA DIVIDES AT THE LEVEL OF: A. UPPER BORDER OF TL B. UPPER BORDER OF T2 C. LOWER BORDER OF T4 D. LOWER BORDER OF T5 63. MASSIVE EPISTAXIS IS SEEN IN A. NASOPHARYNGEAL FIBROMA B. NOSE PICKING C. FOREIGN BODY D. HYPERTENSION 64. MENIERE'S DISEASE IS DISEASE OF A. EXTERNAL EAR B. MIDDLE EAR C. INTERNAL EAR D. EUSTACHIAN TUBE 65. EAR IS MOST SENSITIVE TO FREQUENCY (HZ) OF: A B. 1,000-3,000 C. 5,000-10,000 D. 10,000-20, THE CYST OF NASOLACRIMAL DUCT IS CALLED A. THYROGLOSAL CYST B. GLANDULAR CYST C. NASOLABIAL CYST D. NONE 67. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PARANASAL SINUSES IS ABS AT BIRTH A. FRONTAL B. ETHMOIDAL C. SPHENOIDAL D. MAXILLARY 68. COMMONEST SITE OF CARCINOMA OF LARYNX IS A. SUBGLOTTIC B. SUPRAGLOTTIC C. GLOTTIC D. ROOT OF EPIGLOTTIS 69. RINNE'S TEST NEGATIVE IS SEEN IN ALL EXCEPT: A. NORMAL EAR B. OTOSCLEROSIS C. CONDUCTIVE DEAFNESS DUE TO OSSICULAR DIS- LOCATION D. SEROUS OTITIS MEDIA 70. AUDITORY TUBE OPENING IS CONTROLLED BY A. PALATOGLOSSUS B. PALATOPHARYNGEUS C. TENSOR PALATI D. MIDDLE CONSTRICTOR 71. PYRAMID IS LOCATED IN WHICH WALL OF MIDDLE EAR: A. ANTERIOR WALL B. SUPERIOR WALL C. POSTERIOR WALL D. INFERIOR WALL 72. LARYNGEAL CARCINOMA HAVING BEST PROGNOSIS IS A. GLOTTIC B. SUBGLOTTIC C. ROOT OF EPIGLOTTIS D. LARYNGEAL VRICLES 73. LIGHT TEST/TRANSILLUMINATION TEST IS DONE FOR A. MAXILLARY SINUS B. FRONTAL SINUS C. SPHENOID SINUS D. A AND B 74. FISTULA TEST IS POSITIVE IN A. LABYRINTHINE FISTULA B. FACIAL NERVE PALSY C. OTOSCLEROSIS D. SECRETORY OTITIS MEDIA 75. TREATM OF LARYNGOMALACIA A. CALCIUM & VITAMIN-D B. REASSAURANCE C. HEAD LOW POSITION & VASOCONSTRICTORS D. MICRILARYNGEAK SURGERY 76. EXCESSIVE HAEMORRHAGE FROM TONSILLECTOMY IS DUE TO INJURY OF A. TONSILLAR VENOUS SYSTEM B. ASCENDING PALATINE ARTERY C. FACIAL ARTERY D. INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY 77. LUDWIG'S ANGINA IS CHARACTERISED BY ALL EXCEPT A. CELLULITIS IN THE FLOOR OF MOUTH B. CAUSED BY ANAEROBIC ORGANISMS C. APHTHOUS ULCER IN THE PHARYNX D. INFECTION SPREADS HYOGLOSSUS MUSCLE 78. TONSILLECTOMY IS INDICATED IN A. ACUTE TONSILLITIS B. APHTHOUS ULCER IN PHARYNX C. RECURR TONSILLITIS D. PHYSIOLOGICAL ENLARGEM 79. ABDUCTOR OF VOCAL CORD IS A. LATERAL CRICOARYTENOIDS B. POSTERIOR CRICOARYTENOIDES C. CRICOTHYROIDES D. THYROARYTENOIDES 80. WHICH OF THESE SALIVARY GLAND IS NOT PRES IN SUBMANDIBULAR SPACE A. SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND B. SUBLINGUAL GLAND C. BOTH OF THE ABOVE D. PAROTID GLAND 81. IN RADICAL MASTOIDECTOMY ALL THE FOLLOWING ARE DONE EXCEPT A. EXTERIORISATION B. MUCOSA & MIDDLE EAR MUSCLES REMOVED C. ALL OSSICLES REMOVED EXCEPT STAPES FOOTPLATE D. MAINTAINS PATENCY OF EUSTACHEAN TUBE 82. ANGIOFIBROMA ARISE FROM A. NASOPHARYNGEAL VAULT B. SPHENOPALATINE FOSSA C. TEMPORAL FOSSA D. NASAL CAVITY 83. TROTTERS TRAID IS SEEN IS a. NASOPHARYNGEAL CARCINOMA b. MAXILLARY CARCINOMA c. LARYNGEAL CARCINOMA d. ESOPHAGEAL CARCINOMA 84. BEZOLD'S ABSCESS IS LOCATED IN A. INFRATEMPORAL REGION B. SUBMANDIBULAR REGION C. STERNOMASTOID MUSCLE D. DIGASTRIC-TRIANGLE 85. NASOPHARYNGEAL ANGIOFIBROMA COMMONLY AFFECTS A. ADULT MALES B. ADULT FEMALES C. ADOLESC MALE D. ADOLESC FEMALE 86. COMMONEST CAUSE OF HEARING LOSS IN CHILDREN IS A. CSOM B. ASOM C. ACOUSTIC NEUROMA 4 D. CHRONIC ADHESIVE OTTITIS MEDIA (O.M.E) 87. CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF TUBERCULAR OTITIS MEDIA ARE A/E A. COMMON COMPLICATION IS FACIAL PARALYSIS B. PAINLESS EAR DISCHARGE C. MOSTLY CONDUCTIVE DEAFNESS D. MULTIPLE PERFORATION 88. THE LANDMARK ON THE LATERAL SURFACE OF TEMPORAL BONE WHICH ACTS AS A GUIDE TO SURGERY TO THE ANTRUM IS THE a. TRAUTMAN'S TRIANGLE b. TEMPORAL LINE c. MCEWEN S TRIANGLE d. NOTCH OF RIVINUS 89. TREATM OF CHOICE IN TRAUMATIC FACIAL NERVE INJURY IS A. MASTERLY INACTIVITY B. FACIAL SLUNG C. FACIAL DECOMPRESSION D. SYSTEMIC CORTICOSTEROID YEARS OLD CHILD HAS PERITONSILLAR ABSCESS PRES, WITH TRISMUS, THE BEST TREATM IS A. IMMEDIATE ABSCESS DRAIN ORALLY B. DRAINAGE EXTERNALLY C. SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTICS UP TO 48 HOURS THEN DRAINAGE D. TRACHEOSTOMY 91. EARLIEST MANIFESTATION OF CEREBELLOPONTINE ANGLE TUMOUR A. LOSS OF CORNEAL REFLEX B. IPSILATERAL LATERAL SQUINT C. IPSILATERAL TONGUE PARALYSIS D. IPSILATERAL PUPILARY DILATATION 92. IN DYSPHONIA PLICA VRICULARIS, PHONATION IS BY A. TRUE VOCAL CORDS B. FALSE VOCAL CORDS C. VRICLE OF LARYNX D. LATERAL FOLD OF MUCOSA 93. Brown's Sign is seen in a. Acoustic neuroma b. Osteosarcoma c. Glomus jugulare d. Ewing's sarcoma 94. In positional vertigo, semicircular canal involved is: a. Posterior b. Anterior c. Lateral d. Superior 95. Temperatures used in Fitzgerald s caloric test are a. 37 o C and 41 o C b. 30 o C and 44 o C c. 35 o C and 41 o c d. 4 o C and 41 o C 96. Korner s septum is formed by which of the following: a. Squamous tympanic fissure b. Lateral margin of tegmen tympani c. Petrosquamous suture d. Petrosquamous fissure 97. which is not paired cartilage of larynx a. ARYTENOID b. CUNIEFORM c. CORNICULATE d. CRICOID 98. COMMON CAUSE OF EUSTACHIAN TUBE DISEASE IS DUE TO a. ADENOIDS b. SINUSITIS c. OTITIS MEDIA d. PHARYNGITIS 99. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TESTS THE COMPLIANCE OF MIDDLE EAR a. PURE TONE AUDIOMETRY b. IMPEDANCE AUDIOMETRY c. CALORIC TEST d. BERA 100. THE MOST MOBILE PART AT THE TYMPANIC MEMBRANE a. PERIPHERAL b. CRAL c. BOTH d. NONE OF THE ABOVE 5
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