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2) 13. Name three organs that may be involved by mumps other than the salivary glands. (3) 14. What is the commonest cause of Mikulicz's syndrome? (3) 15. What is Frey's syndrome? (3) 16. What is the commonest site of a tumour of the minor salivary glands? (3) 17. What is Sjogren's syndrome? (3) 18. What is an alternative name for Warthin's tumour? (3) 19. What are the clinical features of a Warthin's tumour? (3) 20. Name three different diagnoses of generalised parotid swelling. G. G. 28, max.
5. Intermittent swelling and discomfort in the submandibular gland related to meals. If the stone is in the duct it should be removed through the mouth. If it 6. is in the gland, the gland itself should be removed. 7. Involvement of the facial nerve. 8. Muco-epidermoid carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, adenocarcinoma and adenoid cystic carcinoma (cylindroma). 9. Bleeding, infection, facial nerve damage, parotid fistula. 10. Cervical lymph nodes. 11. Conservative parotidectomy (preserving the facial nerve).
3) 17. What is a ranula? (3) 18. Name three presentations of carcinoma of the maxillary antrum. (3) 19. Name a cause for leontiasis ossea. (3) 20. What is the commonest type of tumour of the tonsil? G. G. 28, max. 42 26 7 MOUTH AND PHARYNX Quiz answers 1. Traumatic, aphthous ulcers, carcinoma, rarely tuberculous, syphilitic, Crohn's, Bechet's. 2. Local radiotherapy, for example radium implant. 3. Radiotherapy: radium needles anterior two-thirds, posterior one-third, super-voltage therapy. 4. nodes.
Know Your Surgery by Anthony E. Stuart (auth.)