ENT MCQ Quiz 10
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Factors that increase risk of malignancy in solitary thyroid nodule are all of the following except :-
Age younger than 20 or older than 60
Previous head and neck irradiation
Enlargement of nodule while receiving thyroid suppression therapy
Question 1 Explanation:
Factors that increase risk of malignancy o Previous head and neck irradiation, o Rapid growth o Symptoms of compression or invasion such as dysphagia, dysphonia, and hemoptysis o Male sex o Pain o Age younger than 20 or older than 60 o Family history of thyroid cancer or MEN syndrome o Enlargement of nodule while receiving thyroid suppression therapy is especially troublesome o Low iodine diet
Which is not a synonymn of Inverted Papilloma
Columnar cell papilloma
Transitional cell papilloma
Epithelial cell papilloma
Question 2 Explanation:
Synonyms • Schneidarian tumor • Ringertz tumors • Epithelial papilloma • Transitional cell papilloma • Squamous cell papilloma
Brown's sign is seen in
Question 3 Explanation:
Also called pulsation sign. When pressure is raised with seigel's speculum, glomus tumor first pulsates vigorously and then blanches. Reverse happens when pressure is decreased.
EGFR is a receptor of which of the following groups
Which of these is not an indication for use of nasal steroid sprays
Allergic fungal sinusitis
Acute fungal sinusitis
Non allergic vasomotor Rhinitis
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