Table of Contents
Syllabus for the preliminary test for the recruitment on the post of ENT(Specialist Service), Class I in Health and Medical Services
- Basic concepts
Anatomy and Physiology of ear, nose and throat, trachea and
The generation and reception of speech
Radiographic anatomy of the ear, nose, throat and imaging.
Bacteriology in relation to Otorhinolaryngology
Allergy and rhinitis
Haematology in relation to Otolaryngology
Anaesthesia for Otolaryngology
Pharmacology of drugs used in ENT
Electrolyte, fluid balance/shock conditions
Routine blood, urine testing
Preparation of slides
Facial nerve stimulation test
Audiometric tests like pure tone Audiometry, Impedance Audiometry,
Free field Audiometry, Specialized tests of hearing including SISI,
Tone decay, ABLB, Speech discrimination score etc.
Vestibular tests like caloric testing (Water and Air) stopping test,
Fukuda’s test, Evoked response audiometry.
The physical and functional examination of the ear
The functional and physical examination of the vestibular system.
Affections of external ear
of deformities of the external ear.
Congenital conditions of the middle ear cleft
Traumatic conductive deafness
Acute inflammation of the middleear cleft
Non-suppurative otitis media
Chronic suppurative otitis media
Repair Management of chronic suppurative otitis media
Complications of infections of middle ear.
Tumors of the middle ear cleft and temporal bone
Diseases of the otic capsule-otosclerosis
Diseases of the otic capsule-other diseases
The deaf child
Diagnosis and management of sudden and fluctuant sensorineural
Neurologic aspects of vertigo
Rehabilitation of adults with acquired Hearing loss-Hearing aids
The cochlear Implants
Traumatic lesions of the inner ear
Inflammatory lesions of the vestibular and auditory nerve
Vascular lesions of the inner ear
Skull base/Neurologic surgery
- Miscellaneous and head and neck:
- Drugs used in ENT:
- Current Trends and Recent Advancements in ENT.