NEET PG Surgery MCQs 357 – Oral Cavity Disorders

1. M/C site of salivary gland stone is

  1. Submandibular gland
  2. Parotid gland
  3. Sublingual gland
  4. Equally common in all salivary gland


2. Swelling of deep lobe of parotid gland presents as swelling in:

  1. Parapharyngeal space
  2. Cheek
  3. Temporal region
  4. Below the ear


3. All of the  following nerved are at risk during submandibular gland excision except:

  1. Lingual nerve
  2. Marginal mandibular nerve
  3. Auriculotemporal nerve
  4. Hypoglossal nerve


4. True regarding benign mixed parotid tumor is

  1. Slow growing and lobular
  2. Firm and capsulated 
  3. 50% of parotid tumor
  4. All of the above


5. Is the most common malignant tumor seen in parotid gland?

  1. Adenoid Cystic Cancer
  2. Warthin tumor
  3. Mucoepidermoid cancer
  4. Adenocarcinoma


6. Treatment of choice for pleomorphic adenoma:

  1. Superficial parotidectomy
  2. Radical parotidectomy 
  3. Enucleation
  4. Radiotherapy


7. Plunging Ranula is a

  1. Cystic lesion of sublingual gland
  2. Lymph node
  3. A tumor in a floor of mouth
  4. None


8. Ramanathi, a 40-years old female presented with a progressively increasing lump in the parotid region. On oral examination, the tonsil was pushed medially, Biopsy showed it to be a pleomorphic adenoma. The appropriate treatment is:

  1. Superficial parotidectomy
  2. Lumpectomy
  3. Conservative total parotidectomy
  4. Enucleation


9. MC being salivary gland tumor

  1. Pleomorphic adenoma
  2. Warthin,s tumor
  3. Mucoepidermoid
  4. Adenoid Cystic


10. Mixed tumors of the salivary glands are

  1. A most common in submandibular gland 
  2. Usually malignant
  3. A most common in the parotid gland
  4. Associated with calculi


11. Carcinoma that is known for perineural invasion

  1. Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma
  2. Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma
  3. Pleomorphic adenoma
  4. Squamous cell Carcinoma


12. Which of the following is an indication of radiotherapy in pleomorphic adenoma of parotid?

  1. Involvement of deep lobe
  2. 2nd histologically benign recurrence 
  3. Microscopically positive margins
  4. Malignant transformation


13. The investigation using dye to find out the stone in salivary gland

  1. Sialography
  2. Mammography
  3. MR angiography
  4. USG


14. All are true about pleomorphic adenoma except

  1. Malignant transformation risk is high
  2. Mixed tumor
  3. Benign tumor
  4. Encapsulated 


15. Sialolithiasis is most commonly seen in which gland

  1. Parotid
  2. Sublingual
  3. Submandibular
  4. Minor salivary gland


16. True statement regarding Warthin’s tumor

  1. A common in females
  2. A most malignant
  3. Hot spots on the Tc-99 scan
  4. A most common tumor of minor salivary gland 


17. Acinic cell tumor is most commonly seen in

  1. Parotid gland
  2. Parathyroid
  3. Sublingual gland
  4. Thyroid


18. Warthin’s tumor is

  1. An adenolymphoma of the parotid gland
  2. A pleomorphic adenoma of the parotid 
  3. A carcinoma of the parotid
  4. A carcinoma of submandibular salivary gland


19. Which of the following is not used in the treatment of Frey’s syndrome

  1. Botulinum toxin
  2. Temporalis fascia graft
  3. Aluminum chloride
  4. Antiperspirants


20. Treatment of choice for Warthin’s tumor:

  1. Superficial parotidectomy
  2. Enucleation
  3. Radiotherapy
  4. Injection of a sclerosant agent 


21.  Seabrooks operation is done for

  1. Parotid fistula
  2. Thyroglossal fistula
  3. Thyroglossal Cyst
  4. Branchial fistula


22. Hotspot on Tc-99 is seen in which parotid tumor?

  1. Adenolymphoma
  2. Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma
  3. Acinic cell tumor
  4. Adenocarcinoma 


23. The most common tumor of the parotid gland is:

  1. Squamous cell Carcinoma 
  2. Pleomorphic adenoma
  3. Adenolymphoma 
  4. All of the above


24. Cystic spaces lined by a double layer of neoplastic epithelial cells resting on dense lymphoid tissue is a feature of:

  1. Dermoid cyst
  2. Warthin tumor
  3. Aneurysmal bone cyst
  4. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis


25. Best diagnostic modality for parotid swelling is:

  1. Enucleation
  2. FNAC
  3. Superficial parotidectomy
  4. Excisional biopsy


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