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For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. A75 years old diabetic male patientpresent with ear discharge. On examination there was granulation tissue at external auditory canal with facial nerve palsy and dizziness. Diagnosis is
A. Malignant otitis external
B. Otitis Externa Hemorrhagica
C. Diffuse otitis externe
D. Ototmycosis

2. A patient with history of right ear discharge undergoes mastoidectomy but his symptoms r wwwnotrelieve
A. examracen
B. com he presents with purulent discharge, vertigo nd deafness.. diagnosis:
C. Labyrinthitis
D. Thrombophlebitis

3. Which of the following nerve injury leads to loss of lacrimal gland secretion?
A. Greater petrosal nerve
B. Lesser petrosal nerve
C. Nasociliary nerve
D. Supraorbital nerve

4. In Electrocochleography
A. Probe, stimulation and outer cells
B. Summation of microphonics
C. AP of cochlear nerve
D. evoked potential generated in cochlea and auditory nerve

5. Which of the following part of cochlear implant is implanted during surgery?
A. Receiver stimulator
B. Transmitting coil
C. Microphone
D. Speech processor

6. Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential (VEMP) detects
A. Cochlear Nerve
B. Superior Vestibular Nerve
C. Inferior Vestibular Nerve
D. Inflammatory Myopathy

7. The screening investigation of high risk neonates in ICU for suspected hearing loss is
A. Otoacoustic emissions
B. Free field audiometry
C. Stapedial reflex testing
D. Pure tone audiometry

8. Facial recess not surrounded by-
A. Short proces of incus
B. Chorda tympani
C. Facial nerve
D. Stapedius tendon

9. A patient presents withantrochoanal polyp arising from the medial wall of the maxill
A. Which of the following would be the best management for the patient?
B. FESS with polypectomy
C. Medial maxillectomy (TEMM)
D. Caldwell-Luc procedure

10. Patient presents with 45 cm lymph node ,mobile firm, not fixed in left lateral neck. Clinical examination and PET scan cannot identify primary. Examination of nose oral cavity and pharynx is normal What is the stage?
A. T0N2Mx
B. T1 N2aM0
C. T0N2aMx
D. T1N2aMx

11. Which of the following does not show negative Rinne test in the right ear?
A. Sensorineural hearing loss of 45 dB in left ear and normal right ear
B. Profound hearing loss
C. Conductive hearing loss of 40 dB in both ears
D. Conductive hearing loss of 40 dB in right ear and left ear normal

12. Which of the following is not resected in stapedotomy?
A. Anterior crus of stapes
B. Posterior crus of stapes
C. Stapedial ligament
D. Lenticular process of incus

13. 50 year old male Unilateral SOM B type tympanogram intact TM.... MANAGEMENT?
A. Myringotomy with grommet insertion
B. Endoscopy of nesophyrax
C. Examination under microscope
D. Adenoidectomy and grommet insertion

14. BAHA is used for which of these
A. Cochlear malformation
B. SNHL
C. Bl acoustic neuroma
D. Boy with microtionea and auditory canal atresia

15. The wave V in BERA represents activity in which of the following?
A. Lateral lemniscus
B. Superior olivary complex
C. Cochlear nerve
D. Cochlear nucleus

16. Second Primary Tumor of Head & Neck most commonly suspected in malignancy of
A. Oral cavity
B. Larynx
C. Hypopharynx
D. Paranasal sinuses

17. An elderly male presents with T3 No laryngeal carcinom
A. What would be the management?
B. Neo-adjuvant chemotherapy followed by radiotherapy
C. Concurrent chemoradiotherpay
D. Radical radiotherapy followed by chemotherapy

18. A 14-year old boy presents with nasal bleeding. His Hb was found to be 6.4 g/dL and peripheral smear showed normocytic hypochromic anemi
A. The most probable diagnosis is
B. Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma
C. Hemangioma
D. Antrochonal polyp

19. A 55 yr man presented with CHL, fullness sensation in ear , no discharge, T.M. Normal, Tympanom-etry shows B type graph. What is the Next Step of management
A. Myringotomy with grommet
B. Evaluation of Nasopharyngeal Mass
C. Antibiotics
D. Observation