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Director: Dr. habil. László Róvó Ph.D.
Professor and Head of Department
E-mail: office.orl@med.u-szeged.hu

End-semester Exam’s Questions of O.R.L

I. Ear

I/1. Anatomy and function of the external and middle ear.
I/2. Anatomy and function of the inner ear.
I/3. Tuning fork and audiometrical examinations.
I/4. Otoneurological exainations.
I/5. Malformations and diseases of the external ear.
I/6. Middle ear and pyramid bone traumas.
I/7. Diseases of the Eustachian tube.
I/8. Acute purulent otitis media. The task of the family doctor.
I/9. Chronic mesotympanal otitis media.
I/10. Chronic cholestematous otitis media.
I/11. Intracranial complications of the acut and chronic otitis media.
I/12. Intratemporal complications of the acut and chronic otitis media.
I/13. Indication for antrotomy, mastoidectomy and radical mastoidectomy. What does it mean?
I/14. Surgical reconstruction of the hearing mechanism.
I/15. Otosclerosiss and its surgical treatment.
I/16. Tumors in the external ear and middle ear.
I/17. Toxic damages and circulatory disturbances in the inner ear.
I/18. Acoustic injury.
I/19. Meniére’s disease.
I/20. Acoustic neuroma and its early diagnosis.
I/21. Hearing loss in childhood.
I/22. Function of the facial nerve and facial palsy.
I/23. Differential diagnosis of the tinnitus.
I/24. Otalgy. Otalgia irradiata. Differential diagnosis. Task of the family doctor.
I/25. Mastoiditis.

II. Nose, paranasal sinuses and pharynx

II/1. Funcitonal anatomy and physiology of the nose and paranasal sniuses.
II/2. Examinations of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
II/3. Value and indication of radiological examinations in the paranasal sinus-diseases.
II/4. Diseases of the external nose and its coplications.
II/5. Nalas trauma and its treatment.
II/6. Epitaxis.
II/7. Differential diagnosis of the nasal obstruction.
II/8. Acute and chronic rhinitis.
II/9. Clinical symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of the allergic rhinitis.
II/10. Traumatic lesions of the facial cranium.
II/11. Paranasal sinusitis in childhood and adults.
II/12. Treatment of paranasal sinusitis.
II/13. Complications of paranasal sinusitis.
II/14. Tumors of the nose and paranasal sinuses.
II/15. Anatomy and physiology of the pharynx.
II/16. Diseases of the nasopharynx.
II/17. Acute and chronic inflammations of the masopharynx.
II/18. Acute tonsillitis. Specific angina.
II/19. Chronic tonsilitis and its secondary consequences.
II/20. Indication for adenotomy and tonsilletctomy.
II/21. Tumors of the mesopharynx and hypopharynx.
II/22. Dysphagia and its managment by the family doctor.

III. Larynx

III/1. Fuctional anatomy of the larynx
III/2. Maformations of the larynx
III/3. Traumas of the larynx. Treatment of laryngeal trauma
III/4. Functional disorders of the larynx
III/5. Acute and chronic inflammations of the larynx
III/6. Acute laryngitis in childhood
III/7. Benign tumors and precancerous diseases of the larynx. Papillomas
III/8. Malignant tumors of the larynx
III/9. Treatment of the laryngeal cancer. Surgical procedures for laryngeal carcinoma. Life after laryngectomy
III/10. Dyspnoe caused by the disorders of the upper respiratory tract
III/11. Edema in the larynx
III/12. Indication for conicotomy, tracheotomy and its technics
III/13. Intubation or tracheotomy
III/14. Diagnosis and management of foreign bodies int he upper and lower respiratory tract
III/15. Differential diagnosis of cervical enlargements and inflammations
III/16. Ludovic’s angina, parapharyngeal and retropharyngeal abscess. Cervial phlegmone
III/17. Corrosive injury and stenosis of the esophagus. Task of the family doctor
III/18. Foreign bodies in the pharynx and esophagus. What to do?
III/19. Diseases of the salivary glands
III/20. Stenosis int he larynx and upper respiratory tract. Treatment of this disease
III/21. Differential diagnosis of disphonia
III/22. Palpation of the neck and its consequences int he practice

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