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ENT FMGE Case Based Questions
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Saraswathy natrajan 28 year old came to your clinic and she complains of recurrent attacks of vertigo and nausea that last around 30 minutes to a few hours. They occur several times a year. Between attacks she is asymptomatic. She also reports a mild hearing loss in the left ear. What is the SINGLE most appropriate treatment?

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Natti a 6 years old boy was brought by her father, the boy presents with a fever, cough, and a sore throat. On examination, the tonsils are erythematous but without any exudates. There are no palpable lymphadenopathy. He had 3 similar episodes last year which were self-limiting. He has a temperature of 38.3°C. The diagnosis of tonsillitis is given. What is the SINGLE most appropriate treatment for this child?

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3Archana was worried about her 6 months old child. She says that she is worried about his development since he does not respond to loud noises. His motor milestones are normal and the patient’s mother says that he vocalizes well. The pregnancy and birth were unremarkable. What is the SINGLE best management strategy for this child?

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Arjun 17-year-old boy was playing football during the match he got injured his right ear. He reports pain around the right pinna. On examination, the pinna of the right ear is red and tender. The tympanic membrane as found to be normal. What is the SINGLE most appropriate next step?

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Geetha came to your clinic complains of hoarseness of voice she is a known case of bronchial asthma and has been on oral steroids for half a year. What is the SINGLE most likely cause of her hoarseness of voice?

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Dulkar 35-year-Old man presents with whitish-grey opaque areas with red inflamed patches on his tongue. These patches are unable to be scraped off. What is the SINGLE most likely diagnosis?

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Raja 10-year-old boy brought by her mother Seetha to your clinic, he developed fever, severe earache, and tonsillitis following an upper respiratory infection. On otoscopy, the tympanic membrane is distinctly red. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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Bobbi a 6-year-old Down syndrome boy was playing at home alone when he stuck a small piece of the toy into his ear. His mother has brought him to a GP clinic and is extremely concerned. On inspection, a small foreign object is visible. The child is uncooperative and does not understand why his mother has brought him here. What is the SINGLE most appropriate management?

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Aniruth 28-month-old boy was brought by her mother to your clinic she was worried about her child because she had hearing impairment in her early childhood and is now concerned about the child having a similar condition. What is the SINGLE best investigation to be done for the child?

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Siva 26year old ,he had a medical history that includes late-onset asthma attends the clinic with rhinorrhoea and bilateral painless nasal obstruction. He complains of a reduced sense of smell. What is the SINGLE most likely diagnosis?

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