Category: MBBS VIVA Questions and answers
The following are the different methods of assessing Eustachian tube patency: Bedside test: Put some dye/ear drops e.g. chloromycetin in the ear. If the bitter taste in mouth occurs in
Q. WHY DOES TRACHEAL PAPILLOMA INCREASE EXPLOSIVELY AFTER TRACHEOSTOMY? After tracheostomy, there is a disruption of the tracheal mucosa blanket which has a protective role causing the explosive increase of
Q. WHAT ARE THE CANCERS ASSOCIATED WITH EBV? Nasopharyngeal cancer African Burkitt Lymphoma Some Hodgkins Lymphoma Q. WHAT IS LYMPHOEPITHELIOMA? In the past NPC was referred to as malignant lymphoepithelioma
DEFINITION: Herpes Zoster Oticus is defined as a herpetic vesicular rash on the concha , EAC or pinna with LMN palsy of the ipsilateral Facial nerve. WHAT ARE THE
Q. WHAT ARE THE BASIC CAUSES OF OME? Secondary to AOM Re flux gastro-oesophagitis Eustachian dysfunction Specific causes: Adult onset otitis media Paranasal sinus disease Nasopharyngeal carcinoma Post raditaion sequelae
Q.WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT SITES IN MIDDLE EAR FROM WHERE THE AURAL POLYP ARISES? Stapes footplate Facial canal Margin of perforation Promontary Q. WHY IS THE PROBE TEST DONE IN
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