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Clinical features typical for early, acute VKH disease include all EXCEPT: source Amercan Academy book 9, 2019-2020
  •   a. exudative retinal detachment
  •   b.diffuse choroidal thickening on high depth spectral domain OCT and ultrasonography
  •   c.pinpoint leakage on fluorescein angiography
  •   d.sunset glow fundus
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Which of the following skin conditions is classic for Lyme disease:? source Amercan Academy book 9 , 2019-2020
  •   a.bull's eye skin rash called erythema multiforme
  •   b.bull's eye skin rash called erythema migrans
  •   c.bull's eye skin rash called erythema gyratum
  •   d.bull's eye skin rash called erythema nodosum
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CSF analysis in VKH classically demonstrates:
  •   a. low glucose and raised proteins
  •   b.pleocytosis with lymphocytes
  •   c. xanthochromia
  •   d.oligoclonal bands
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What is the most likely immune mechanism of Vogt-Koyanagi- Harada syndrome?
  •   a. Th1 and other T-cell- mediated pathways
  •   b. Th2 and other T-cell-mediated pathways
  •   c. antigen-antibody complexes
  •   d. a complement- and polymorphonuclear-cell-mediated process
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What is the principal mechanism of phacolytic glaucoma?
  •   a. granulomatous inflammation occurring around retained cortical lens fragments
  •   b.lens-protein-laden macrophages populating the AC &blocking aqueous outflow in trabecular meshwork
  •   c. anaphylactic response to previously sequestered lens proteins
  •   d.monocyte cytokine release leading to ciliarybody edema with forward rotation,causing angle closure
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Patients with multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2B (MEN 2B) are likely to have which of the following ophthalmic findings?
  •   a. prominent corneal nerves
  •   b. bitemporal hemianopsia
  •   c. exophthalmos
  •   d. hypertensive retinopathy
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Which of the following classes of oral hypoglycemic agents has been associated with worsening macular edema?
  •   a. sulfonylureas
  •   b. a-glucosidase inhibitors
  •   c. biguanides
  •   d. thiazolidinediones
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Which of the following is a major ocular manifestation of systemic lupus erythematosus?
  •   a. retinal and choroidal microvascular lesions
  •   b. heliotrope rash of eyelids
  •   c. recurrent unilateral anterior uveitis
  •   d. conjunctivitis
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Which ofthe following clinical characteristics is typical of Coats disease? .. .. source Study Questions of Amercan Academy
  •   a. unilateral
  •   b. associated with HLA-B27
  •   c. found in female patients
  •   d. bilateral
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Which type of amblyopia is most likely to respond to treatment in a teenager who has had no previous amblyopia therapy?
  •   a. strabismic amblyopia
  •   b. deprivation amblyopia
  •   c. anisometropic amblyopia
  •   d. reverse amblyopia
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What is the most common finding in ocular involvement in leukemia?
  •   a. retinal hemorrhages
  •   b. aqueous cells
  •   c. retinal perivascular sheathing
  •   d. vitreous cells
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To increase the magnifcation of the image during indirect ophthalmoscopy, the examiner should: source of question Review of Ophthalmology Neil J. Friedman 2nd edtion book
  •   a. move closer to the condensing lens
  •   b. move the eyepiece prisms farther apart
  •   c. use a higher dioptric power condensing lens
  •   d. remove the plus lens in the eyepiece
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The retinal findings in shaken-baby syndrome are LEAST like: This question appeared in the 2014 FRCOphth Part 2.
  •   a.Terson's syndrome
  •   b.Purtscher's retinopathy
  •   c.commotio retinae
  •   d.central retinal vein occlusion
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A 5-year-old asymptomatic boy has bilateral superficial corneal vascularisation inferiorly. What is the most likely cause? .. This question appeared in the 2014 FRCOphth Part 2.
  •   a.allergy
  •   b.previous adenoviral disease
  •   c.blepharitis
  •   d.rosacea
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Regarding ICE syndrome, which is FALSE? • . This question appeared in the 2014 FRCOphth Part 2.
  •   trabeculectomy with mytomycin C will usually control the IOP longterm
  •   in Chandler syndrome there are endothelial abnormalities
  •   HSV has been proposed in the aetiology
  •   broad peripheral anterior synechae are common on gonioscopy
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A patient has chemical splashed into his right eye. After 10 days there is a persistent non-healing corneal epithelial defect measuring 6x4mm. There is no stromal scarring. What is the best treatment? This question appeared in the 2014 FRCOphth Part 2.
  •   a.amniotic membrane graft
  •   b.topical steroid, ascorbic acid and antibiotic
  •   c.preservative-free lubrication hourly
  •   d.limbal stem cell transplant
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A 44-year-old female smoker presents with gradual onset, unilateral redness and proptosis developing over 4 weeks. Which of the following investigations is most likely to reveal underlying cause? This question came in FRCS (Glasgow)Part2 in October2014
  •   a. thyroid stimulating hormone
  •   b.CXR
  •   c. ANCA
  •   d.Mantoux
  •   e. ACE
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A 23-year-old man underwent LASIK surgery 6-months ago for myopia suffers blunt ocular trauma with a football.On exam there is a dislocated right corneal flap with rolled edges.What is best treatment? This question came in FRCS(Glasgow)Part2October2014
  •   amniotic membrane graft
  •   a.conservative with antibiotic drops and close follow-up
  •   b.sutures to the corneal flap
  •   c.reposition of the flap and bandage contact lens
  •   d.penetrating keratoplasty
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A patient suffers an alkali injury to the left eye. Which of the following, if present, would represent the MOST concerning feature? This question appeared in the 2014 FRCOphth Part 2
  •   a.flare in the anterior chamber
  •   b.stromal haze obscuring the iris
  •   c.30% limbal ischaemia
  •   d.total loss of corneal epithelium
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What is the most common bacterial aetiology in acute dacryocystitis?
  •   a.Actinomyces israelii
  •   d.Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  •   c.Staphylococcal species
  •   d.Streptococcus pneumoniae
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