Q) In buccal mucosa cancer after surgery and CRT, after 2 year patient developed cancer at base of tongue with N3 nodes positive. Best line of management A .Palliative RT B. CTRT c. Rehabilitation D. Surgery followed CTRT
Q) Lymphoma of the head and neck - False statement is A. Hodgkin’s disease is common in the oropharynx. B. Most are of the B-cell type . C. FNAC of neck lymph nodes is now mandatory. D. For disseminated non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, systemic chemotherapy is preferred.
Q) Smoking cessation- Not a first line drug option ?
b) Nicotine replacement (patches)
Ans A) clonidine
NRT , varenicline (Chantix), and bupropion (Zyban) are the three principal firstline pharmacotherapies recommended for use either alone or in combination
Clonidine and nortriptyline—as second-line pharmacotherapies for tobacco dependence typically used when a smoker cannot use first-line medications due to either contraindications or lack of effectiveness.