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bIt contains sugar. cIt is usually bilateral. dTreated by packing the nose. 3-nasal mucosa is supplied by: a2nd b3rd c4th d5th e8th 4-Congenital dffness should be treated: abefore age of 1 year bat the end of 1 year cbetween 1-2 years dat the end of 4 years eat school age 5- Management of displaced Fracture of nasal bone in a child: a- ass soon as possible b- after puberty c- Treated by submucus resection. d- x-ray is important for management 6- Quinsy is: a- treated is by surgery b- Collection of pus lateral to the superior constrictor: c- More common in children 7- Alarming signs after tonsillectomy operation: afrequent swallowing bdysphagia cincrease pulse rate dA&C
8- Conductive hearing loss occur with the following except: a- otoscleross b- Ossicles dislocation c-meneir's disease d-tympanosclerosis 9- Cholistatoma, all true except: a- attical perforation b- Bone erosion c- Neoplastic in origin d- May be congenital 10- Which of the following involve the floor of the mouth: a- Ludwig's angina. b- Infectious mononucleosis. c- Peritonsillar abscess. d- Glossitis. 11- What is the normal hearing range in human: a- 20 – 2000 Hz b- 200- 2000 Hz c- 20 – 20,000 Hz 12- Function of Eustachian tube: afree movement of tympanic membrane 13- Reason for surgery in A.A. OM: a-Prevention of complications 14- Commonest organism in otomycosis is: a- pseudomonas areginosa. b- Pseudomonas pyogens. c- Actinomycosis. d- Aspergillous nigra. 15- Meneir's Disease, all true except: a- Viral disease b- Treated by stapes mobilization c- Affects the cochlea d- May be complicated by 7th nerve palsy
16- The following are risk factors for otomycosis except: a- exostosis 17- All are complication of tonsillitis EXCEPT: a- rheumatoid arthritis. b- Tosillolith. c- Nephritis. d- Peritonsillar abscess. 18-complication of sinusitis, all except Apical dental abscess?? 19- Best imaging technique to view nasal sinuses is: aLateral x ray. bAxial CT. cCoronal CT. d.. 20- Audiogram of conductive hearing loss will show: a- impaired air conduction / normal bone conduction. 21- Which is not correct for infectious mononucleosis: a- it is viral. b- Affect lymph glands. c- Confirmed by Paul banner test. d- There is increase in the count of monocytes. e- There is increase in the count of lymphocytes. 22- Nasal polypy: a- Usually unilateral b- Are premalignant c- Disease of childhood d- in osteomeatal complex e- Originate from maxillary sinus 23- The treatment of nasopharyngeal carcinoma: aSurgery. bRadiotherapy. cChemotherapy. dNeck dissection. 24- Maryngotomy is done in: aAcute otitis media.
Secretary otitis media. CSOM A+b??
25- Cause of respiratory obstruction after adenotoselictomy: a- laryngeal spasm b- Fall back of the tongue c- Presence of a pack (Gauze) d- all of the above 26- Allergic rhinitis investigations all true accept: a- eosinophils … b- IgM c- Skin prick test de27-all are present in the medial wall of tympanic cavity except: a- oval window b- Round window c- Pyramid d-promontory e-tympanic part of facial nerve 28- Bilateral coanal atresia in a newborn is manifested by all except Purulent nasal discharge 29-commenist presentation of juvenile angiofibroma is: a-epistexis b- Headache c-nasal speech 30- Most benign tumor of frontal sinus a- fibroma b- polyp c- angioma d- osteoma e- papilloma 31- Management of malignant otitis externa: ametronedazole
Gentamycin Amphotericin B Methotrexate Cloxacillin
32- Fistula sign is present in cholistatoma 33-Rhinolith in : a- polyp b- Foreign body c- Allergic rhinitis. d- Rhinitis medicamentosa 34- 40 years old male presented with unilateral slowly progressive sinsorynural hearing loss: a- aquistic neuroma b- viral labrinthitis c-presbycoisis c- otosclerosis d- all of the above 35- Chronic vasomotor rhinitis is treated with: a- local Abx b- Systemic Abx c- Desensitization d- Systemic parasmpathomimitic e- Glucocorticosteroids 36- Most common pathogen in bacterial acute tonsillitis: a- B-hemolytic sterpt. b- H.influansa c-strept pneumonia d-staph aureus e-staph. Veredin 37-wich of the following conditions is mostly unilateral: a- antrochoanal polyp b- Otitis media with effusion c-otosclerosis d- presbycosis c- Allergic rhinitis
38- Unilateral nasal discharge most commonly with: ab- Foreign body 39-swelling over the maxillary is caused by Dental abscess 40- Vestibular neuritis is present in all the following EXCEPT: a- decrease in hearing. b- Vertigo. c- Nausea. d- Tinnitus.