Tuesday, 26th September 2017
26 September 2017

PG NEET ENT MCQs 13 – Physiology of Hearing

PG NEET ENT MCQs 13 – Physiology of Hearing

1. Head impulse test is used to assess the function of

  1. vestibular nuclei
  2. peripheral vestibular nerve
  3. brain stem
  4. facial nerve

Ans (2)

2. Initial screening test for newborn hearing disorder

  1. ABR -auditory brainstem response
  2. otoacoustic emission
  3. free field audiometry
  4. visual reinforcement audiometry

Ans (2)

3. Intensity in Db of normal human conversation

  1. 30 db
  2. 60 db
  3. 90 db
  4. 150 db

Ans (2)

4. Hallpike manoeuvre is used to assess

  1. Cochlear function
  2. vestibular function
  3. ear ossicle function
  4. eustachian tube patency

Ans (2)

5. True about Otoacoustic emission is

  1. are by product of outer hair cells
  2. are by product of inner hair cells
  3. used as a screening test of hearing in newborn infant
  4. useful in ototoxicity monitoring
  5. disappear in 8th nerve pathology

Ans (1 3 5)

6. The center for stapedial reflex is

  1. superior olivary nucleus
  2. medial geniculate body
  3. superior colliculus
  4. lateral leminiscus

Ans (1)

7. Treatment of BPPV

  1. Epley’s manoeuvre
  2. Hallpike’s manoeuvre
  3. Valsalva manoeuvre
  4. Heimlich manoeuvre

Ans (1)

8. To distinguish between cochlear and post cochlear damage the test done is

  1. BERA
  2. impedence audiometry
  3. pure tine audiometry
  4. all the above

Ans (1)

9. All the following are involved in conductive deafness except

  1. auricle
  2. vestibulocochlear nerve
  3. middle ear
  4. external auditory meatus

Ans (2)

10. The epley’s manoeuvre  is used to treat

  1. BPPV
  2. vestibular neurontis
  3. labrynthitis
  4. perilymph fistula

Ans (1)

11. In normal adult wave V is generated from

  1. cochlear nucleus
  2. superior olivary complex
  3. lateral leminiscus
  4. inferior colliculus

Ans (3)

12. Most reliable test for eustachian tube dysfunction

  1. politerization
  2. tympanometry
  3. valsalva
  4. rhinomanometry

Ans (2)

13. Fluctuating recurring variable sensorineural deafness is seen in

  1. serous otitis media
  2. hemotympanum
  3. perilymph fistula
  4. labrynthine concussion

Ans (3)

14. Brain stem provoked response true is

  1. can differentiate cochlear and retro cohlear leisions
  2. cannot differentiate the site of leision in sensorineural deafness
  3. can differentiate barbiturate poisoning from other forms of coma
  4. as a screening procedure for infants
  5. to diagnose brainstem pathology in a pateint with deafness

Ans (1& 5)

15. Negative Rinne’s test indicates

  1. Meniere’s disease
  2. CSOM
  3. BPPV
  4. sensorineural hearing loss

Ans (2)

16. In facial nerve palsy of right side stapedial relfex is absent on

  1. right side
  2. left side
  3. both sides
  4. not absent

Ans (1)

17. A 9 month old baby was brought to ENT OPD with complaints of not repondingeven to loud sound. Hearing asessment was done which showed OAE waves were present but no waves on BERA. This condition can be

  1. absent cochlea
  2. auditory neuropathy
  3. malformed cochlea
  4. low IQ

Ans (2)

18. If OAE is absent the result is maintained as

  1. pass
  2. fail
  3. absent
  4. refer

Ans (4)

19. Tone decay test is done for

  1. cochlear deafness
  2. neural deafness
  3. middle ear problem
  4. otosclerosis

Ans(2)

20. Test for detecting damage to cochlea is A/E

  1. caloric test
  2. weber test
  3. Rinne test
  4. ABC test

Ans (1)

21. Rinne’s test was positive in right ear and negative in left ear what is true

  1. 40db SNHL inleft ear with normal right ear
  2. 40db conducive hearing loss in left ear with normal right ear
  3. 40db CHL in both ear
  4. profound SNHL in right ear left ear normal

Ans (4)

22. Electrocochleography

  1. probe, stimulation of outer hair cells only
  2. summation of microphones
  3. AP of cochlear nerve
  4. evoked potential generated in cochlea and auditory nerve

Ans (4)

23. All are subjective test for audiometry except

  1. tone decay
  2. impedence audiometry
  3. speech audiometry
  4. pure tone audiometry

Ans (2)

24. Subjective test for hearing is

  1. pure tone audiometry
  2. otoacoustic emission
  3. BERA
  4. impedance ausiometry

Ans (1)

25. In neonates most sensitive audiometric screening is

  1. electrocochleography
  2. OAEs
  3. BERA
  4. tympanometry

Ans (2)

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