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Branchial cyst b branchial fistula c thyroglossal

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Branchial cystb.Branchial fistulac.Thyroglossal cystd.Sublingual dermoids34.Which is never a cause of thyroglossal fistula:a.Infection of thyroglossal cyst(PGI 2001)b.Inadequate removal of thyroglossal cystc.Congenitald.None of the aboveRef: Sabiston 19/e p814; Schwartz 9/e p1414; Bailey 25/e p73035.Thyroglossal fistula develops due to:(Kerala 2001)a.Developmental anomalyb.Injuryc.Incomplete removal of thyroglossal cystd.inflammatory disorder36. Which of the following swelling moves on protrusion oftongue:(Rohtak 2000)a.Thyroglossal cystb.Branchial cystc.Ranulad.Cyst in hyoid bonee.Odontogenous cyst37.Hyoid bone is closely associated with:(All India 2008)a.Bronchiogenic cystb.Cystic hygromac.Thyroglossal cyst/fistulad.Branchial cystAns.19.b. Cystic hygroma20.a and b21.b, c, d, and e22.c. Upper third of anteromedial…23.d. Most commonly…24.b and c25.c. Arises from 2nd cleft26.b. Second27.a. Upper 1/3rd of…28.d. Tonsillar fossa29.c. Excision30.c and d31.a. Cervical rib32.b. Thyroglossal cyst33.c. Thyroglossal cyst34.c. Congenital35.c. Incomplete…36.a. Thyroglossal cyst37.c. Thyroglossal cyst/fistula
739Head and NeckSURGERYc.Level III lymph nodesd.Jugular vein47.Posterior triangle LN is what level:(MHSSMCET 2009)a.Level Ib.Level IIc.Level Vd.Level IV48. In extended supraomohyoid neck dissection, lymph lodedissection is done upto:(MHSSMCET 2010)a.2b.3c.4d.5Ref: Sabiston 19/e p796-797; Schwartz 9/e p503-505;Bailey 26/e p720, 25/e p748-749; Cancer of the Head andNeck by Suen and Myer 4/e p416-41849.Structures preserved in modified radical neck dissection:a.Accessory nerve(PGI May 2011)b.Sternocleidomastoid musclec.Submandibular glandd. Internal jugular veine.Omohyoid muscle50.Structures not removed in functional neck dissection is:a.Carotid artery, vagus nerve(AIIMS Nov 2003)b.Sternomastoid muscle, internal jugular veinc.Spinal accessory nerve, submandibular salivary glandd.Neck nodes51.Structures preserved in functional radical dissection of theneck:(AIIMS 2004)a.Internal jugular veinb.Sternomastoidc.Lymph nodesd.Accessory nerve52.Radical dissection of neck includes all except:a.Cervical lymph nodes(JIPMER 80, DPG 89)b.Sternocleidomastoidc.Phrenic nervesd.Internal jugular vein53.Trotters triad is seen in:(PGI 2003)a.Angiofibromab.Nasopharyngeal carcinomac.Laryngeal carcinomad.Growth in fossa of RosenmullerRef: Sabiston 19/e p808-810; Schwartz 9/e p502;Bailey 26/e p681-683, 25/e p709-710; Devita 9/e p764-76654. Which of the following is the most common tumour toproduce metastasis to cervical lymph nodes:(UPSC 2008)a.Glottic carcinomab.Nasopharyngeal carcinomac.Carcinoma base of tongued. Carcinoma lip38.In the management of thyroglossal cyst:(PGI Dec 2002)a.Central portion of hyoid excisedb.Sternothyroid muscle dissectedc.Isthmusectomy with subtotal thyroidectomyd.Strap muscles of neck are dissected39.Structures not removed in radical neck dissection:a.X nerve(PGI June 2007)b.XI nervec.Tail of parotidd.Parotid and post-auricular nerveRef: Sabiston 19/e p796-797; Schwartz 9/e p503-505;Bailey 26/e p720, 25/e p748-749; Cancer of the Head and Neck bySuen and Myer 4/e p416-41840.Structures preserved in radical neck dissection is:a.

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