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A fresh set of 20 random questions is generated every time you open this page and every time you refresh it.
For each of the following multiple choice questions, choose the most appropriate answer :

1. Area of retina seen under Direct Ophthalmoscope
A. 1 DD
B. 2 DD
C. 3 DD
D. 4 DD

2. Salt n pepper retinopathy is not seen with:
A. Phenothiazine toxicity
B. Congenital rubella
C. Old retinal detachment
D. Fundus lavimaculatus

3. Gyrate Atrophy patient with defective Ornithine Transcarbamoylase will be benefited by
A. Ornithine free diet
B. Arginine free diet
C. Pyridoxine and Vit B12
D. Vitamin B1, B6 and B12

4. False about acute conjunctivitis:
A. Vision not affected
B. Cornea infiltrates
C. Pupil remains unaffected
D. Topical antibiotics is the treatment

5. Occular Dendritic Cells have
A. HLA 1
B. HLA 2
C. Both
D. None

6. Rhegmatogenous RD is not seen with:
A. Pseudophakia
B. Hyperopia
C. Lattice degeneration
D. Trauma

7. Lipogranulomatous inflammation is seen in
A. Fungal infection
B. Tuberculosis
C. Chalazion
D. Viral infection

8. Circumcorneal vascularization is observed in deficiency of
A. Vitamin D
B. Thiamine
C. Riboflavin
D. Biotine

9. A 40 year male with diabetes presents with vitreous hemorrhage. What is the cause?
A. Neovascularization at disc
B. Posterior Retinal Detachment
C. Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
D. Trauma to Central Retinal Artery

10. The critical angle of cornea-air interface is
A. 36
B. 46
C. 56
D. 66

11. OCREOPLASMIN is a recombinant protease & it is used to treat
A. Retinal break
B. Diabetic mellitus macular edema
C. Uveovitrealmembranbe adhesion
D. Submacular bleeding

12. A 7-year old male child presents with normal vision 6/6 in the right eye and hand movement perception close to the face in the left eye. On fundoscopy, his right eye was normal and left eye showed retinal detachment, subretinal yellowish exudates and telangiectatic vessels. The most likely diagnosis is
A. Coats disease
B. Sympathetic ophthalmitis
C. Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy
D. Retinopathy of prematurity

13. Chalazion histopathology?
A. Lipogranulomatous degeneration
B. Xantho granuloma
C. Caseous necrosis
D. Suppurative

14. Express glaucoma implant is made up of
A. Silicone
B. Titanium
C. Gold
D. Stainless steel

15. Correct match of drug and action is :
A. Brimonidine decrease aqueous production
B. Latanoprost carbonic anhydrase inhbtor
C. Pilocarpine increases uvoescleralpoutlow
D. Betaxolol increases trabecular outlow

16. Most cancer in women exhibiting metastasis to eyes:
A. Ovarian cancer
B. Endometrial cancer
C. Cervical cancer
D. Breast cancer

17. Microaneurysms are the earliest manifestation of diabetic retinopathy. Which of the following layer is involved in diabetic retinopathy?
A. Outer plexiform layer
B. Inner nuclear layer
C. Layer of rods and cones
D. Retinal pigment epithelium

18. Pneumoretinopexy is an outpatient procedure in which retinal detachment is sealed with air insufflations. Which of the following gas is used in pneumoretinopexy?
A. Sulfur hexafluoride
B. Carbon dioxide
C. Nitrous oxide
D. Oxygen

19. Corneal Dystrophies are usually
A. Primary Bilateral
B. Primary Unilateral
C. Primary Bilateral with Systemic Disease
D. Primary Unilateral without Systemic Disease

20. On Fundoscopic Examination a patient, a red dot is seen. He has a history of being hit by a tennis ball. What is the probable cause?
A. Berlin's Edema-
B. Macular Tear
C. Macular Hole
D. Macular Bleed

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