Sample questions of Neet ENT,Ophthalmology, Orthopedics

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NEET  PG ENT, Ophthalmology and Orthopedics Sample 2020 NEET


No branch should be taken Non seriously for NEET PG.  Neet Aspirants should take each and every point/mark as a boon. Never underestimate the importance of Minor Subjects. Sometimes they can drag you down to a great extent.


Our experience suggests that most students concentrate on Medicine, Pathology, Surgery, SPM. Rightly so but one should be cautions not  to overdo and waste more time in these major subjects and leave no time for minor subjects.

Then a student would go in the exams without proper confidence and do the major subjects wrongly as well.


Surely in ENT, Ophthalmology and Orthopedics NEET aspirants don’t get good time in their postings but one has to study them. Our experts suggest a good time for minor Subject.

Take the Test Below.

The Questions are:

ENT Test Questions

 In maggots of nose the treatment of choice is

  1. Liquid paraffin
  2. Chloroform water
  3. Ether
  4. Acetone


In throat of an adult, not normally seen in

  1. Hemophilus
  2. Streptococcus
  3. Neisseria
  4. None of the above


 The procedure that should preceed microlaryngoscopy is

  1. Pharyngoscopy
  2. Esophagoscopy
  3. Rhinoscopy
  4. Laryngoendoscopy


The pain of migraine headache is due to

  1. An idiopathic neuropathy
  2. Dilatation of cranial arteries
  3. Construction of cranial arteries
  4. Psychogenic overlay



Ophthalmology Test Questions


 Most sensitive part of eye is

  1. Fovea centralis
  2. Macula Lutea
  3. Blind spot
  4. Temporal retina




Alpha angle is the angle between the

  1. Pupillary axis and optical axis
  2. Visual axis and optical axis
  3. Center of eye-ball rotation and line of fixation
  4. None of the above is correct


Radial keratotomy is used as a treatment modality for

  1. High astigmatism
  2. High myopia
  3. Small degree of myopia
  4. High hypermetropia


 Snellens chart is used to test

  1. Vision
  2. Refraction
  3. Presbyopia
  4. Color blindness


 Ophthalmia nodosa (granuloma in the sclera) is seen in

  1. Caterpillar hair in the eye
  2. Granulomatous uveitis
  3. Leprosy
  4. Syphilis


A lady presents with history of photophobia, redness of the eye and watering. She is wearing soft contact lens. Her case was identified to be one of extended wear syndrome. The most appropriate management is to:

  1. Prescribe another contact lens
  2. Remove the lens and send culture from the lens
  3. Give antibiotics and cycloplegics
  4. Remove contact lens for 24-hrs


Devic’s disease (Neuromyelitis optica):

  1. Women are affected more often than men
  2. There may be an ascending myelitis of the cord
  3. A paretic colloidal gold curve is a characteristic cerebrospinal fluid finding
  4. The incidence of disk edema is similar to that found in disseminated sclerosis


Orthopedics Test Questions


 If the greater tuberosity of the humerous is lost, which of the following movements will be affected?

  1. Adduction and flexion
  2. Abduction and Lateral rotation
  3. Medial rotation and adduction
  4. Flexion and medial rotation


The most important sign in Volkman’s ischemic contracture is:

  1. Pain
  2. Pallor
  3. Numbness
  4. Obliteration of radial pulse


Dislocation of hip joint palpable on her rectal examination is:

  1. Congenital dislocation of hip
  2. Posterior dislocation of hip
  3. Fracture neck of femur
  4. Anterior dislocation of hip


 After a fall from a height, calcaneal fracture is associated with fracture of:

  1. Tibia
  2. Vertebra
  3. Pelvis
  4. Femur


 The following is true of spondylolisthesis:

  1. Slipping of S 1 over L 5
  2. Posterior arch defect
  3. More in pregnancy
  4. None of these


We hope that we fare well in the above Questions. It is just a Trial. Just a Test. See to kit that you concentrate well and don’t get discouraged even if you don’t fare good. Test your strength and weakness. Focus  on your weak subjects.

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