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Exam Title : Cornea, Sclera, Lens, Retina, and Cataract, Uveal Tract (Vascular Pigmented Layer)

Number Of Question : 48
Question #1: A young male presents with central scotoma in left eye. His right vision showed 6/6 vision. On examination, in the left eye, there was focal foveal detachment. What would be the next step?
Examine retrolental cells
Inquire about the use of steroids
Ask for history of trauma in the other eye
Examination under slit-lamp
Question #2: A case of Non-Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) with a history of diabetes for one year should have an ophthalmic examination?
As early as feasible
After 5 years
After 10 years
Only after visual symptoms develop
Question #3: Which of the following is the least common corneal dystrophy
Macular Dystrophy
Lattice type I
Lattice type II
Granular Corneal Dystrophy
Question #4: Most common complication after lens extraction in persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous is
Orbital cellulitis
Retinal detachment
Vitreouc hemorrhage
Question #5: Which of the following statements regarding corneal transplantation is true
Whole eye needs to be preserved in tissue culture
Donor not accepted if age >60 years
Specular microscopy analysis is used to assess endothelial cell count
HLA matching is mandatory