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What is the definition of otosclerosis?

a. Earache
b. Ringing in the ear
c. Hardening of spongy bone in ear
d. Hardening of tympanic membrane
c. Hardening of spongy bone in ear
The medical term for a nosebleed is:

a. Epistaxis
b. Sinusitis
c. Rhinitis
d. Hemoptysis
a. Epistaxis
Meniere's syndrome involves the:

a. Middle ear
b. Inner ear
c. Eustachian tube
d. Auditory ossicles
b. Inner ear
Untreated acute otitis media may result in:

a. Mastoiditis
b. Adenoiditis
c. Otosclerosis
d. Cholesteatoma
a. Mastoiditis
Otoplasty is performed to correct a congenital deformity of the:

a. Mouth
b. Nose
c. Ear
d. Eye
c. Ear
Fine hooks available in varying angles are essential dissecting tools to perform a:

a. Myringotomy
b. Tonsillectomy
c. Stapedectomy
d. Tympanotomy
c. Stapedectomy
All of the following surgical instruments are required for repair of a nasal fracture EXCEPT:

a. Bayonet forceps
b. Pillar retractor
c. Speculum
d. Rasp
b. Pillar retractor
Which surgical instrument would you need to remove the septal cartilage during a rhinoplasty?

a. Kerrison rongeur
b. Jansen-Middleton forceps
c. Pratt bone curette
d. Vallenger swivel knife
b. Jansen-Middleton forceps
All of the following surgical instruments would be used during a tonsillectomy setup EXCEPT:

a. Yankauer suction tip
b. Hurd dissector and pillar retractor
c. Freer elevator
d. Schnidt forceps
c. Freer elevator
All of the following surgical instruments would be found on a nasal setup EXCEPT:

a. Freer elevator
b. Bayonet forceps
c. Potts forceps
d. Cottle speculum
c. Potts forceps
In what postoperative position is a patient placed following a tonsillectomy?

a. Lateral
b. Trendelenburg
c. Reverse Trendelenburg
d. Sitting
a. Lateral
An accumulation of aquamous epithlium that forms a mass destuctive to the middle ear is called:

a. Otosclerosis
b. Otitis media
c. Cholesteatoma
d. Meniere's syndrome
c. Cholesteatoma
The incision for a Caldwell-Luc procedure involves the:

a. Canine fossa
b. Frontal sinus
c. Eyebrow
d. Tear duct
a. Canine fossa
Excision of lymphoid tissue at the roof of the nasopharynx and above the soft palatte to faciliate breathing is a/an:

a. Adenoidectomy
b. Tonsillectomy
c. Turbinectomy
d. Parotidectomy
a. Adenoidectomy
Surgical correction of a deviated septum is a/an:

a. Antrostomy
b. Septoplasty
c. Rhinoplasty
d. Turbinectomy
b. Septoplasty
A plastic procedure performed to correct protruding ears is:

a. Tympanoplasty
b. Otoplasty
c. Blepharoplasty
d. Mentoplasty
b. Otoplasty
Glossectomy is removal of:

a. Tongue
b. Polyps
c. Ethmoid
d. Soft palate
a. Tongue
A surgical procedure for the treatment of acute otitis media is:

a. Myringotomy
b. Stapedectomy
c. Stapes mobilization
d. Tympanoplasty
a. Myringotomy