Otorhinolaryngology Surgery

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  1. What is the definition of otosclerosis?
    Hardening of spongy bone in ear
  2. The medical term for a nosebleed is:
    Epistaxis
  3. Meniere's syndrome involves the:
    Inner ear
  4. Untreated acute otitis media may result in:
    Mastoiditis
  5. Otoplasty is performed to correct a congenital deformity of the:
    Ear
  6. Fine hooks available in varying angles are essential dissecting tools to perform a:
    Stapedectomy
  7. All of the following surgical instruments are required for repair of a nasal fracture EXCEPT:
    Pillar retractor
  8. Which surgical instrument would you need to remove the septal cartilage during rhinoplasty?
    Jansen-Middleton forceps
  9. All of the following surgical instruments would be used during a tonsillectomy setup EXCEPT:
    Freer elevator
  10. All of the following surgical instruments would be found on a nasal setup EXCEPT:
    Potts forceps
  11. In what postoperative position is a patient placed following a tonsillectomy?
    Lateral
  12. An accumulation of squamous epithelium that forms a mass destructive to the middle ear is called:
    Cholesteatoma
  13. The incision for a Caldwell-Luc procedure involves the:
    Canine fossa
  14. Excision of lymphoid tissue at the roof of the nasopharynx & above the soft palate to facilitate breathing is a/an:
    Adenoidectomy
  15. Surgical correction of a deviated septum is a/an:
    Septoplasty
  16. A plastic procedure performed to correct protruding ears is:
    Otoplasty
  17. Glossectomy is removal of:
    Tongue
  18. A surgical procedure for the treatment of actue otitis media is:
    Myringotomy

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melmoon
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Otorhinolaryngology Surgery
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2012-05-01 21:58:33
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Surgical Specialities & Procedures-Otorhinolaryngology Surgery
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