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free tissue transfer
Oct 21
2017

WHAT ARE THE DEFECTS OR SITUATIONS WHICH COMMONLY REQUIRES FREE TISSUE TRANSFER?

The following are various head and neck defects that require free tissue transfer: Composite defect of oral cavity. Three layer (through and through) defect of oral cavity. Total or near

Head and neck defect
Oct 21
2017

WHAT ARE THE ETIOLOGY OF HEAD AND NECK DEFECT?

The following are different etiolgy leading to head and neck defects: Neoplasia Infection Osteoradionecrosis Congenital defect Trauma Secondary to reconstruction

DEFINE AXIAL FLAP. DESCRIBE HOW DO YOU RAISE DELTOPECTORAL FLAP?
Oct 21
2017

DEFINE AXIAL FLAP. DESCRIBE HOW DO YOU RAISE DELTOPECTORAL FLAP?

An axial flaps are flaps based on named artero-venous pedicle that runs within the skin superficial to underlying muscle layer, parallel to the overlying skin. DELTOPECTORAL FLAP: It is a

MATAUGMENTATION RHINOPLASTY
Oct 21
2017

WHAT ARE THE MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR AUGMENTATION RHINOPLASTY?

The following are different materials available for augmentation rhinoplasty:

ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGE OF CLOSE AND OPEN RHINOPLASTY
Oct 21
2017

COMPARE THE ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGE OF CLOSE AND OPEN RHINOPLASTY

The following table shows a comparisons between close and open rhinoplasty:

Jun 18
2017

What are the tumours in ENT treated with selective embolization? List skull base tumours which may benefit from preoperative embolization.

The following are the head and neck and skull base tumours treated by embolization. commonly treated tumours Meningioma (skull base most benefited) Paraganglioma(skull base most benefited) Juvenile angiofibroma Hemangiopericytoma Less

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Labyrynthine fistula
May 14
2017

LABYRINTHINE FISTULA

Q. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF LABYRINTHINE FISTULA? WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF NYSTAGMUS PRESENT IN DIFFERENT STAGES OF LABYRINTHINE FISTULA? HOW DO YOU TREAT IT? Labyrynthine fistula is a

EAR DISCHARGE
May 13
2017

EAR DISCHARGE OR OTORRHOEA: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Q. WHAT IS OTORRHOEA? It is defined as the discharge from the ear. Q. WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF OTORRHOEA AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT TYPES? Serous : Like

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