General Rhinology Knowledge

1. A 3-year-old girl presents with purulent unilateral nasal discharge. Which is the most likely diagnosis?

 

a) Acute rhinosinusitis

b) Allergic rhinitis (Hay fever)

c) Adenoidal hypertrophy

d) Foreign body nose​

2. A 6-year-old boy presents to the ENT outpatients with a “constantly runny nose’. The parents describe him as always having a snotty nose, with the rhinorrhoea coming from both nostrils. He is a loud snorer, however the parents deny any apnoeic episodes. Which diagnosis is most likely?

 

a) Acute rhinosinusitis

b) Allergic rhinitis (Hay fever)

c) Adenoidal hypertrophy

d) Foreign body nose