ENT Important Questions UHS

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These are some of the important  ENT questions collected from previous UHS examination in PAKISTAN
I- EAR

1- Anatomy of Middle ear cavity.
2- Otitis externa (O.E.).
3- Ear wash.
4- Acute Otitis Media (AOM) “In adults &Children (IMP).
5- Secretory otitis media.
6- Chronic suppurative otitis media(CSOM)” specially cholesteatoma and differential diagnosis of safe and unsafe”
7- Complications of suppurative otitis media(imp)
8- Facial nerve paralysis (imp)
9- Acute mastoiditis.
10- Otogenic brain abscess
11- Otosclerosis(fatal)
12- Meniere’s disease
13- Facial nerve anatomy
14- Traumatic rupture of the drum.
15- Fracture base of the skull.
16- Glomus tumour.
17- Conductive hearing loss.
18- Sensoryneural hearing loss.
19- Ear discharge.
20- Vertigo.
21- Otalgia.
22- Myringotomy.

II- NOSE

1- Anatomy of the lateral wall of the nose.
2- Anatomy of the maxillary sinus.
3- Blood supply of nasal cavity.
4- CSF rhinorrhoea.
5- Chronic atrophic rhinitis (imp).
6- Granuloma of the nose (specially rhimoscleroma).
7- Deviated nasal septum.
8- Septal haematoma.
9- Sinusitis (specially acute maxillary sinusitis,sinusitis in children and complications).
10- Allergic rhinitis.
11- Nasal polypi
12- Antro-choanal polypi.
13- Inverted papilloma(imp).
14- Mucocele.
15- DD of nasal obstruction.
16- DD of nasal discharge.
17- Epistaxis(fatal).
18- Mouth breathing.
19- Indications of nasal endoscopy.
20- Functional endoscopic sinus surgery(FESS).

III- PHARYNX

1- adenoid.
2- DD of diseases causing membrane over tonsils.
3- Infectious mononucleosis.
4- Plummer Vinson’s syndrome.
5- Ulcers of mouth and pharynx.
6- Peri-tonsillar abscess(quinsy) (imp).
7- Retro-pharyngeal abscess.
8- Ludwig’s angina.
9- Pharyngeal abscess.
10- Angiofibroma (imp).
11- Nasopharyngeal carcinoma.
12- Silent areas in the head and neck.
13- The occult primary.
14- Snoring and sleep apnea.
15- Indications ,contraindications and complications of tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.

IV-OESOPHAGUS

1- Foreign body in the esophagus.
2- Corrosive esophagitis.
3- Cancer esophagus.
4- Achlasia of the cardia (imp).
5- Dysphagia

V-LARYNX

1- Laryngomalacia.
2- Laryngeal trauma.
3- FB inhalation.
4- Laryngitis in children (imp).
5- Granuloma of the larynx (specially laryngoscleroma and TB laryngitis).
6- Papilloma.
7- Cancer larynx.
8- Vocal cord paralysis.
9- Stridor(imp).
10- Hoarseness of voice.
11- Tracheostomy (indications , types, post-operative care and complications).

VI-OTHERS

1- laser in ENT.

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Good Luck
* Usually The Exam Marks Are Divided Nearly Equally Between :
1- Ear
2- Nose
3- Pharynx And Oesophagus
4- Larynx

*CASE :COULD BE FROM ANY PART OF BOOK

VeryImportant written questions

(1)EAR

*Ramsy-Hunt Syndrome
*Ear Wax
*Ear Wash
*Aom In Children
*Secretory Om
*Labriynthitis
*Acute Mastoiditis
*Facial Paralysis
*Otosclerosis
*Meniere’s Disease
*Ear Trauma
*Facial Nerve
*Earache
*Ear Operations

(2)NOSE

*Lateral Wall Of Nose
*Nasal Septum
*Maxillary Sinus
*Chronic Atrophic Rhinitis
*Rhinoscleroma
*Sinusitis Espacute Maxillary Sinusitis
*Complications Of Sinusitis
*Symptomatology
*Epistaxis
*Antrochonal Polyp
*Oro-Antral Fistula

(3) LARYNX

*Functions Of Larynx
*Laryngomalacia
*F.B Inhalation And Case
*Acute Non Specific Laryngitis In Childern
*Leucoplakia
*Granulations Of Larynx
*Tumors
*Ms Of Larynx+Narve Supply
*Causes Of V.C Paralysis
*V.Imp Symptomatology
*Tracheastomy Indications Postoperative Care Complications
*****Uses Of Laser In Ent (Pg 167)

(4)PHARYNX

*Pyriform Fossa
*Waldeyer’s Ring
*Anatomy Of Tonsils
*Glandular Fever
*Rummer-Vinsons Syndrome
*Ulcers Of Mouth And Pharynx
*V.Imp Pharyngeal Suppurations Esp Quinsy
*Tumors Of Pharynx
*Silent Areas
*Occult Primary Causes Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
*Tonsilectomy
*Corresive Esophagitis
*Dysphagia

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