Otolaryngology MOC Sample Question 1
What is the role of HPV oncoprotein E6 in tumorogenesis?
- ABinds and suppresses p53
- BBinds and enhances p53
- CBinds and suppresses pRB
- DBinds and enhances pRB
- EBinds and enhances function of p21
Otolaryngology MOC Sample Question 2
During a total laryngectomy, a surgeon grasps the hyoid and skeletonizes the greater cornu from its attachments with a scissor. While dissecting, she is careful to hug the posterior surface of the hyoid bone to avoid injury to what clinically relevant structure?
- ASuperior laryngeal nerve
- BHypoglossal nerve
- CAnsa cervicalis
- DSuperior thyroid artery
- ELingual nerve
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