Head Trauma MCQs – Part 1

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Below are Neurosurgery MCQs with Answers (No 21-30). Upon answering each question, the explanation will be displayed for quick learning and revision. At the end of the quiz your final score will be displayed.

Neurosurgery MCQ Question Bank

Head Trauma MCQs – Part 1

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1. Best treatment of subdural hematoma in a deteriorating patient:

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2. Chronic subdural hematoma refers to collection present for a period of:

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3. A person has been brought in casualty with history of road accident. He had lost consciousness transiently and gained consciousness but again became unconscious.

Most likely, he is having brain hemorrhage of:

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4. Racoon Sign is seen in:

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5. Which is not a sign in fracture of base of skull

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6. Pseudomembranes in case of chronic SDH is derived from

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7. Histopathological nature of Pseudomembranes in case of chronic SDH is

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8. Most common cause of death in a patient of head injury is

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9. Most common indication for intubation in trauma patients

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10. Middle meningeal vessel damage results in:

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References: Greenberg Handbook of Neurosurgery

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