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Q 1. A middle-aged patient of 50 who went thyroidectomy re- ports with loss of speech, the most commonly involved nerve is
Q 7. Sixteen year old boy presented with pain on left side of the TMJ on mandibular movement. Patient gives H/O road side accident one day back. Clinically, occlusion is normal. Radio-graph reveals undisplaced crack in the left mandibular condyle. What is the treatment of choice?
A. Open reduction & internal fixation
B. Maxillo-mandibular fixation for 3 weeks
C. Maxillo-mandibular fixation for 4 weeks
D. No surgical intervention, instruction for soft diet for 3 weeks and observation for any change in occlusion
Q 8. A 35 year old man with a Le Fort III fracture complains of blood tinged watery discharge from his nose 2 days after the trauma. CT scan confirms NOE fracture as well. What clinical features suggest that the discharge is CSF Leak
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