Tuesday, 26th September 2017
26 September 2017

PG NEET ENT MCQs 11 – Physiology of Hearing

PG NEET ENT MCQs 11 – Physiology of Hearing

Threshold for bone conduction is normal and that of air conduction is increased in disease of

  1. middle ear
  2. inner ear
  3. cochlear ear
  4. temporal ear

Ans (1)

2. Auditory fatigue appears in

  1. 90db, 4000hz
  2. 110db, 4000hz
  3. 120db, 4000hz
  4. 160db, 4000hz

Ans (1)

3. A patient has bilateral conductive deafness, tinnitus with positive family history. The diagnosis is all except

  1. Oto spongiosis
  2. tympano-sclerosis
  3. Meniere’s disease
  4. B/L otitis media

Ans (2)

4. Gelle’s test was done in

  1. Senile deafness
  2. traumatic deafness
  3. otosclerosis
  4. serous otitis media

Ans (3)

5. In infants, hearing loss above 80db can be tested by

  1. brainstem evoked response audiometry
  2. electro cochleography
  3. auditory steady state response
  4. short increment sensitivity index

Ans (3)

6. A 55-year-old female presented with tinnitus, dizziness and h/o progressive deafness. Differential diagnosis includes all except

  1. acoustic neuroma
  2. endolymphatic hydrops
  3. meningioma
  4. histiocytosis x

Ans (4)

7. In Bing test on alternately compressing and relaxing the tragus the sound increases and decreases. This indicates

  1. SN deafness
  2. adhesive otitis media
  3. otosclerosis
  4. CSOM

Ans (1)

8. The test used to monitor VIII cranial nerve intraoperatively during surgery of acoustic neuroma

  1. BERA
  2. ASSR
  3. ECoG
  4. OAE

Ans (1)

9. Otitis barotrauma results due to

  1. ascent in air
  2. descent in air
  3. linear acceleration
  4. sudden acceleration

Ans (2)

10. A 38-year-old male presented with a suspected diagnosis of suppurating labyrinthitis. A positive Rinne test and positive fistula test was recorded on the initial investigation. The patient refused treatment and returned to the emergency department after 2 weeks complaints of deafness in the affected ear. On examination fistula test was observed to be negative. What is the likely expected finding on repeating the Rinne’s test

  1. true positive Rinne’s test
  2. false positive Rinne’s test
  3. true negative Rinne’s test
  4. false negative Rinne’s test

Ans (4)

11. Otoacoustic emissions are absent in all the following condition except

  1. VIII cranial nerve damage
  2. cochlear lesion
  3. hearing loss > 30 db
  4. 50% normal individual

Ans (1)

12. All are ototoxic drugs except

  1. streptomycin
  2. quinine
  3. diuretics
  4. propranolol

Ans (4)

13. One man had 30 db deafness in left ear with Weber test showing more sound in left ear and BC more on left side and normal hearing on right side his test can be summarised as

  1. Weber’s test left lateralized, Rinne’s right positive, BC>AC on left side
  2. Weber’s test right lateralized, Rinne’s left positive, AC>BC on right side
  3. Weber’s test left lateralized, Rinne’s right positive, AC>BC on left side
  4. Weber’s test left lateralized, Rinne’s equivocal, BC> on right side

Ans (1)

14. Otoacoustic emissions are absent when the following is damaged

  1. outer hair cells
  2. Reisner’s membrane
  3. inner hair cells
  4. otolithic membrane

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15. Post head injury the patient had conductive deafness and on examination tympanic membrane was normal and mobile likely diagnosis is

  1. distortion of the ossicular chain
  2. haemotympanum
  3. EAC sclerosis
  4. otosclerosis

Ans (1)

16. A middle-aged woman presented with right-sided hearing loss Rinne’s test shows a positive result on left side and a negative result on right side. Weber’s test showed lateralization to the left side. Diagnosis is

  1. right-sided conductive deafness
  2. right-sided severe sensorineural deafness
  3. left-sided sensorineural deafness
  4. left-sided conductive deafness

Ans (2)

17. Test used to detect malingering

  1. Gelle’s test
  2. Rinne’s test
  3. Weber’s test
  4. Stenger’s test

Ans (4)

18. All are causes of sensorineural deafness except

  1. old age
  2. cochlear otosclerosis
  3. loud sound
  4. rupture of the tympanic membrane

Ans (1)

19. A 38-year-old man presented with a decreased hearing on the right side for the last 2 years. On testing with a 512 Hz tuning fork, the Rinne’s test is negative on the right side and positive on the left ear. With Weber’s test, the tone is perceived as louder in the left ear. Most likely the patient has

  1. right-sided conductive deafness
  2. right-sided severe sensorineural deafness
  3. left-sided sensorineural deafness
  4. left-sided conductive deafness

Ans (2)

20. Psychogenic deafness is diagnosed by

  1. Schwabach’s test
  2. speech discrimination
  3. Stenger’s test
  4. threshold tone decay

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21. Virus causing acute onset sensorineural deafness

  1. corona virus
  2. rubella measles
  3. mumps
  4. Adeno virus
  5. rota virus

Ans (2)

22. In a patient Rinne’s test is positive in both ears, Weber’s lateralizes to the right. What does this signify

  1. right sensorineural deafness
  2. left sensorineural deafness
  3. right conductive deafness
  4. left conductive deafness

Ans (2)

23. Screening test for assessment of hearing in neonates

  1. otoacoustic emission
  2. Rinne’s test
  3. tympanometry
  4. SISI test

Ans (1)

24.Sensorineural deafness may be feature of all except

  1. nail patella syndrome
  2. distal renal tubular acidosis
  3. Bartner syndrome
  4. Alport syndrome
  5. none

Ans (5)

25. In pure tone audiogram, the symbol X is used to mark

  1. air conduction in the right ear
  2. air conduction in the left ear
  3. bone conduction in the right ear
  4. no response in air conduction in the right ear

Ans (2)

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