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Question 11#Print Question

Regarding hemifacial atrophy, which is correct? 

a. Is due to a chromosome abnormality (11p3)
b. Is due to a chromosome abnormality (15q11)
c. Is best monitored using thermography
d. Should be treated surgically within 6 months of diagnosis
e. Osteotomies are not indicated as this is only a soft-tissue disease


Question 12#Print Question

With regards to hypospadias surgery:

a. Flip-flap (Mathieu) repair is a two-stage repair
b. Meatal advancement with glanuloplasty incorporated (MAGPI) and Snodgrass (tabularized incised plate [TIP]) repairs are BOTH single-stage repairs
c. Full thickness skin grafts must come from the buccal mucosa
d. Homan’s test is critical before commencing surgery
e. Circumcision should be undertaken as part of the first stage of Bracka’s repair


Question 13#Print Question

During assessment of velopharyngeal incompetence, the following patterns of velopharyngeal closure can be seen on videofluoroscopy: 

a. Coronal
b. Sagittal
c. Sphincteric
d. Sphinteric with Passavant’s ridge
e. None of the above


Question 14#Print Question

A harlequin orbit is diagnostic of:

a. Sagittal craniosynostosis
b. Coronal craniosynostosis
c. Fibrous dysplasia
d. Metopic craniosynostosis
e. Cranial neurofibromatosis


Question 15#Print Question

Clefts:

a. Are more common in black races than Asians
b. Are more common in white races than Asians
c. Are more common in white races than black races
d. Are less common in younger siblings of those with cleft lip and palate
e. None of the above




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