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Year : 2013  |  Volume : 1  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 62-63

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Date of Web Publication22-Jan-2013

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Mazhar S. Quiz 1. J Clin Ophthalmol Res 2013;1:62-3

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  1. Fundus auto fluorescence is a property of stimulated emission of light from
    1. Melanin
    2. Lipofuscin,
    3. Xantophyll,
    4. β Carotene
  2. The differentiating features of Retinoschisis from Retinal detachment are
    1. absence of demarcating line.
    2. absence of undulating movement.
    3. absolute visual field defect
    4. positive laser spot uptake test
    5. all of the above
  3. Optic pit commonly involves the
    1. Nasal,
    2. Temporal,
    3. Superior,
    4. Inferior OpticDisc
  4. One of the most consistent finding in retinitis pigmentosa is
    1. bone spicule pigmentation,
    2. Waxypallor of optic disc
    3. Retinal artery attenuation,
    4. reduced ERG response
  5. Best disease is disorder of
    1. RPE,
    2. Bruchs Membrane,
    3. Inner Retina
    4. Outer
  6. All of the following are non selective beta blocker except
    1. Levobunolol
    2. Timolol in gellan gum
    3. Betaxolol
    4. Carteolol
  7. Brimonidine is an
    1. alpha - 2 agonist
    2. alpha 1 & alpha 2 agonist
    3. alpha 2 antagonist
    4. alpha 1 agonist
  8. Side effects associated with systemic administration of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors include
    1. anorexia,
    2. melaise,
    3. depression,
    4. all of above
  9. The volume of orbit is approximately
    1. 25 ml,
    2. 29 ml,
    3. 35 ml,
    4. 15 ml
  10. The axis of optic canal makes an angle of ______ degrees with the midline.
    1. 30,
    2. 36,
    3. 32,
    4. 38
  11. Anterior posterior stability of eye ball is provided by all except :
    1. suspensary ligament of eye ball,
    2. superior oblique,
    3. superior rectus
    4. orbital fat
  12. Sclera is derived from
    1. ectoderm,
    2. mesoderm,
    3. neural crest
  13. Normally a person blinks in a minute approximately to his
    1. pulse rate,
    2. respiratory rate,
    3. no way related.
  14. Prospognosia means
    1. unable to read,
    2. unable to write
    3. unable to speak
    4. unable to recognize faces.
  15. In MRI scan the dye used for contrast imaging is
    1. gadolinium,
    2. barium,
    3. iodine,
    4. flurosceine
  16. Optic nerve head drusen are better visualized with
    1. CT
    2. MRI
    3. B Scan
    4. UBM
  17. On T1 images of MRI which of the following appear hypointense
    1. Fat
    2. Vitreous
    3. Blood
  18. Most of the drug drains out of the culdesac within first
    1. 2 minutes,
    2. 5 minutes,
    3. 10 minutes,
    4. 1 hour
  19. The commonly used preservative BAK has following properties
    1. has bacteriocidal effect.
    2. can cause sub clinical conjunctival fibrosis on long term use.
    3. High solubility of drug.
    4. all of the above
  20. Amblyopic eye functions better in mesopic condition.
    1. True
    2. False
  21. Tests performed to asses visual milestones in pre verbal children between 9-15 months of age are
    1. OKN evaluation,
    2. Teller Card (Teller)
    3. VEP evaluation
    4. All of above
  22. Hering's law of equal innervation involves
    1. antagonist muscle,
    2. Yoke muscle
    3. all muscles simultaneously,
    4. only acting muscle.
  23. Which drug causes Macula toxicity when given intravitreally
    1. Gentamycin,
    2. Vancomycin,
    3. Dexamethasone,
    4. Ceftazidime.
  24. Keratoconus is rare in
    1. Glaucoma,
    2. Diabetes,
    3. Albinism,
    4. Hypothyroidism
  25. Keratoconus is commonly associated with
    1. Pterygium,
    2. VKC,
    3. Diabetes,
    4. Vit B12 deficiency




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