Sample Exam

المادة الدراسية: 

1.  Tear film and lacrimal system: - All true except:

  • Mucin is produced by goblet cells
  • Oily secretion that delay evaporation of tear is produced by meibomian glands
  • Lower punctum drains most of tear to lacrimal sac
  • Nasolacrimal duct open into the middle meatus of the nose
  • Fossa for lacrimal gland is situated in the anterior, upper and outer quadrant of the orbit

2.  The corneal sensation is supplied by a branch of:

  • The Third Nerve
  • The Fourth Nerve
  • The Fifth Nerve
  • The Sixth Nerve
  • The Seventh Nerve

3.  Acute dacryocystitis mean:

  • Infection of the lacrimal gland
  • Infection of the lower canaliculus
  • Infection of the lacrimal sac
  • Infection of the nasolacrimal duct
  • Infection of the caruncle

4.  The management of acute angle closure glaucoma may include the following except:

  • Intravenous Mannitol
  • Intravenous Diamox
  • Timolol eye drops
  • Epinephrine eye drops
  • Oral glycerol

5.  A 13-year old girl has 20/100 visual acuity in each eye at distance, 20/20 at near, and pinhole acuity 20/25.  Most likely the light rays from an object located 20 feet        away from her are coming to focus:

  • On her retina
  • In front of her retina
  • Behind her retina
  • No focus at all
  • In her pupil

6.  Glaucoma can be caused by one of the following:

  • Anti-hypertensive drugs
  • Anti-diabetic drugs
  • Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
  • Tetracycline
  • Steroids

7.  All true for accommodation except:

  • Strong in aphakic patient
  • Weak in presbyopic patient
  • Paralysed by cycloplegics
  • Stimulated by cholinergic drugs
  • Relaxed on looking to a distant object

8.  In open angle glaucoma, all true except:

  • Topical beta blockers are used for treatment
  • Laser iridotomy is usually done to reduce intraocular pressure
  • Family history may be present
  • It is a disease of middle and elderly age
  • Patient may have advanced glaucoma with normal visual acuity

9.  In the presence of traumatic hyphaema you may think of/or do all the following except:

  • Reassure the patient and advice him to resume his normal activity
  • Examine the eye for other possible complications of trauma
  • Possibility of secondary haemorrhage within 5 days
  • Surgical removal of the blood may be considered if secondary glaucoma is initiated
  • Referral to ophthalmologist is needed

10.  All true for astigmatism except:

  • It means different refractive power of the eye in different meridians
  • May result from corneal scarring
  • Can be corrected by surgery
  • Corrected by cylindrical lenses
  • It does not cause amblyopia in children

11.  All pass through Superior ophthalmic fissure except:

  • Trochlear nerve
  • Abducent nerve
  • Lacrimal nerve
  • Sympathetic nerve
  • Maxillary nerve  

12.  The maxillary nerve passes through:

  • Foramen oval
  • Foramen rotandoum
  • Foramen spinosum
  • Foramen magnum

13.  Screening for Retinopathy Of Prematurity is at:

  • 2 weeks.
  • 2 – 3 weeks.
  • At birth
  • 4 – 6 weeks. 
  • After 7 weeks.

14.  Which light's wavelength having high frequency:

  • Blue
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Violet 
  • Orange

15.  Characteristic features of laser are include the following except:

  • Monochromatic
  • Directionality
  • Polarized
  • Incoherent  

16.  Average volume of the orbit is:

  • 25 cc
  • 30 cc 
  • 20 cc
  • 40 cc
  • 35 cc

17.  Aqueous Humor formation is by:

  • Diffusion
  • Ultra filtration
  • Active secretion
  • Both a & b
  • All the above 

18.  The following structures are normally seen in anterior chamber angle  EXCEPT:

  • Ciliary body band
  • Trabecular  meshwork
  • Sclera spur
  • Blood can be seen in schlems canal.
  • Peripheral anterior synechiae    

19.  Type I Neurofibromatosis associated with all EXCEPT:

  • Leish nodules.
  • Wilm's tumor.
  • Absence of the patella.
  • Acoustic neuroma 

20.  The following antibiotics are Bacteriostatic Except:

  • Chloramphenicole
  • Erythromycin
  • Tetracycline
  • Ciprofloxacin 

21.  In fungal keratitis the following can be used except :

  • Amphotericine B
  • Fluconazole
  • Nystatine
  • Fluroquinolones 

22.  In retinoblastoma, a pathological report must clearly note :

  • Choroidal involvement
  • Optic nerve head involvement
  • Size of the tumor
  • Type of the tumor cells

23.  What is the spherocylindrical lens which it's spherical equivalent is + 0.75 :

  • + 2.50  - 1.50 X 90
  • + 2.50 + 1.50 X 30
  • + 2.50 - 3.50 X 30 
  •  + 3.00 – 2.00 X 75
  •  -1.00 - 2.50 X 112

24.  Which of the following masquerade syndromes can present like orbital cellulitis :

  • Retinoblastoma.
  • Rhabdomyosarcoma.
  • Uveal melanoma.
  • Myocitis.
  • All 

 25.  Retinopathy of Prematurity one false:

  • Can regress spontaneously.
  • Is associated with low birth weight.
  • Cryotherapy used in treatment of ROP having good outcome
  • Laser is less effective than cryotherapy 
  •  Stage V carrying the poorest outcome.

26.  Thinnest part of the sclera :

  • At equator
  • At limbus
  • At macula
  • Underneath the extra-ocular muscle insertions 

27.  follicular conjunctivitis is more superior in which disease:

  • adult inclusion conjunctivitis
  • Trachoma 
  • VKC
  • EKC

28.  The bony orbit is formed by all of the following except:

  • Forntal bone
  • Zygomatic bone
  • Temporal bone
  • Ehtmoidal bone
  • Lacrimal bone

29.  The most common cause of orbital cellulitis in children is:

  • Direct trauma
  • Acute sinusitis
  • Following eye surgery
  • Spreed of infection from the eyelid