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QUIZ 2
Year : 2013  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 127-128

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Mazhar S. Quiz 2. J Clin Ophthalmol Res 2013;1:127-8

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Mazhar S. Quiz 2. J Clin Ophthalmol Res [serial online] 2013 [cited 2019 Oct 18];1:127-8. Available from: http://www.jcor.in/text.asp?2013/1/2/127/112190

1. Most common cause of vision loss in ARMD is

  1. fibrous scarring
  2. choroidal neuvascularization
  3. soft drusen
  4. hard drusen


2. Typical fundus findings in coats include all except

  1. sub retinal fluid exudation
  2. retinal & vitreous traction
  3. peripheral telangiectesis
  4. exudative retinal detachment


3. Plus disease of ROP is

  1. dilated tortuous retinal venule
  2. development of RD
  3. absence of retinal venule
  4. scar tissue of retina


4. In enucleation of eye affected by Retinoblastoma the optimal optic nerve length obtained should be

  1. 2mm
  2. more than 10 mm
  3. less than 10 mm
  4. non specific


5. Most common site of metastasis of choroidal melanoma is

  1. Brain
  2. Bones
  3. Liver
  4. Lungs


6. In FDA category classification for Glaucoma medication which drug lies in ClassB

  1. Timolol
  2. Briminodine
  3. Latanoprost
  4. Pilocarpine


7. In lactating women concentration of Timolol in breast milk may be

  1. lower than serum level
  2. the same as serum level
  3. higher than serum level
  4. not detectable


8. All epithelia except that of iris and ciliary body are derived from surface ectoderm

  1. True
  2. False


9. The following is not used for diplopia screening

  1. Maddox Rod Test
  2. Hess Screen
  3. Lee Screen
  4. Lang test


10. Fixation reflex first becomes apparent and eye can follow bright light for a short distance at the age of

  1. at birth
  2. at 6 months
  3. 6 weeks
  4. 1 year.


11. The technique used to record VEP in patients with very poor vision is

  1. pattern stimulus
  2. Flash stimulus
  3. Contrast Stimulus


12. The blood ocular barrier includes tight junction between

  1. capillary endothelial cells in retina and iris.
  2. Non pigmented ciliary epithelium.
  3. Retinal pigmented epithelial cells.
  4. All of the above.


13. Iris colour can interfere with ocular drug effects.

  1. True
  2. False
  3. Unknown


14. The conjunctival culdesac has volume of

  1. 1 μl,
  2. 7μl
  3. 50 μl
  4. 100 μl


15. Which is the shortest acting mydriatic

  1. Atropin
  2. Homatropine
  3. Tropicamide
  4. Cyclopentolate


16. For optimum bio-availability the drug size should be approximately

  1. 50 μl
  2. 20 μl
  3. 100 μl


17. To increase the residence time in conjunctival sac the maximum viscosity ideally for a drug should be between

  1. 5-10 cps
  2. 30-40 cps
  3. 12-15 cps


18. Near stereopsis in assessed by following tests :

  1. Titmus Fly test
  2. TNO test
  3. Lang test
  4. All of the above


19. In Duanes' retraction syndrome amblyopia in

  1. rare
  2. always present
  3. seen after 10 years of age


20. The following is not used for diplopia screening

  1. Maddox Rod test
  2. Lee Screen
  3. Hess Screen
  4. Lang test


21. The most profound treatment in optic neuritis is

(a) systemic steroids, (b) anti inflammatory drugs, (c) IV methylprednisolone, (d) antibiotics.

22. Lebers hereditary optic neuropathy is passed on to the next generation through

  1. Men
  2. Women
  3. Both


23. Metabolic acidosis is a hall mark of toxic neuropathies induced by

  1. ethylene glycol
  2. methanol
  3. ethumbutol
  4. amiodarone.


24. In Horners Syndrome following features are seen

  1. mild ptosis
  2. unilateral miosis
  3. dilatation lag in dark
  4. anhydrosis
  5. all of the above.


25. Commonly used immunosuppressive alkylating agent in uveitis is

  1. Azathioprine
  2. Mycophenolate Mofetil
  3. Cyclosporin A
  4. Cyclophosphamide.


26. Pauciarticular JRA is characterized by all except

  1. Uveitis
  2. Scleritis
  3. Cataract
  4. Keratopathy


27. Skin pigmentation, uveitis and tinnitus are features of

  1. Waadenberg Syndrome
  2. VKH Syndrome
  3. Alport Syndrome
  4. Werners Syndrome.


28. Patients with Behcet disease almost never have fibrin even if anterior chamber reaction is high.

  1. True
  2. False.


29. KOH staining for fungi is in percentage of

  1. 20%
  2. 5%
  3. 10%


30. Infectious crystalline keratopathy is most commonly seen after

  1. Sclero Keratitis
  2. Trauma
  3. Corneal Acid Burn
  4. following keratoplasty


31. Acanthamoeba is contracted by persons

  1. living with pets
  2. moving in sun
  3. usually bathing in wells and lakes.


32. True dendrites are characteristics of

  1. HZV, (b) HSV
  2. acanthamoeba keratitis
  3. recurrent corneal erosion.


33. The following endothelial dystrophy rarely develops before the age of 50 years.

  1. Posterior polymorphous dystrophy
  2. ICE Syndrome
  3. Fuchs Dystrophy


Answers for Quiz 2: (1) fibrous scarring, (2) retinal & vitreous traction, (3) dilated tortuous retinal venule, (4) more than 10 mm, (5) Liver,

(6) Briminodine, (7) higher than serum level, (8) True, (9) Lang test, (10) 6 weeks, (11) Flash stimulus, (12) All of the above, (13) True, (14) 7 μl, (15) Tropicamide, (16) 20 μl, (17) 12-15 cps, (18) All of the above, (19) rare, (20) Lang test, (21) IV methylprednisolone, (22) Women, (23) methanol, (24) all of the above, (25) Cyclophosphamide, (26) Scleritis, (27) VKH Syndrome, (28) True, (29) 10%, (30) following keratoplasty, (31) usually bathing in wells and lakes, (32) HSV, (33) Fuchs Dystrophy






 

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