ENT MCQ Quiz 13
Select the best answer
Congratulations - you have completed ENT MCQ Quiz 13. You scored %%SCORE%% out of %%TOTAL%%. Your performance has been rated as %%RATING%%
Your answers are highlighted below.
A 30 year old male is having Attic cholesteatoma of left ear with lateral sinus thrombophlebitis. Which of the following will be the operation of choice?
lntact canal wall mastoidectomy
Simple mastoidectomy with Tympanoplasty
Canal wall down mastoidectomy
Mastoidectomy with cavity obliteration
Question 1 Explanation:
Attic cholesteatoma is an indication for modified radical mastoidectomy. (Canal wall down mastoidectomy)
A case of carcinoma larynx with the involvement of anterior commissure and right vocal cord, developed perichondritis of thyroid cartilage. Which of the following statements is true for the managements of this case?
He should be given radical radiotherapy as this can cure early tumours
He should be treated with combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy
He should first receive radiotherapy and if residual tumour is present then should undergo laryngectomy
He should first undergo laryngectomy and then post—operative radiotherapy.
Known type of presbyacusis can be attributed to each of the following except :-
Degeneration of sensory hair cells
Degeneration of auditory neurons
Degeneration of stria vascularis
Degeneration of ossicular joint
Structural changes in basilar membrane
Which of the following statement is true for Ludwig’s angina?
It is an ischemic, painful condition of Pectoralis minor muscle
It is diffuse cellulitis affecting the floor of the mouth
Glycerin nitrate, local application is quite helpful
Hot fomentation is helpful to relieve symptoms
Palatal myoclonus is seen in :-
Guillian Barre syndrome
Question 5 Explanation:
Palatal myoclonus can be cause by lesions which interrupt specific neurological pathways (lateral superior cerebellar peduncle, brachium conjunctivum and dentate nucleus ). This circuit is called the triangle of Guillain and Mollaret. . Possible etiologies of secondary palatal myoclonus include multiple sclerosis, cerebrovascular lesions, head trauma, meningitis, carbon monoxide poisoning, congenital nystagmus, acute rheumatism and electric shock. The cause of the clicking tinnitus is the contraction of the levator veli palatini muscle.
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There are 5 questions to complete.
Shaded items are complete.
You have completed
Your score is
You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost.
Final Score on Quiz
Attempted Questions Correct
Attempted Questions Wrong
Questions Not Attempted
Total Questions on Quiz
Answer Choice(s) Selected
Need more practice!