Author: Neelam Maurya

NEXT PG Exam – 84409

Question

A 65 old male with a history of hypertension and diabetes, presents to the OPD with complaints of diplopia and squint. On examination, the secondary deviation is more than the primary deviation. Which of the following is most likely diagnosis

A. concomitant squint

B. paralytic squint

C. Restrictive squint

D. Pseudo squint

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84410

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Esotropia is common in 

A. Myopia

B. Hypermetropia

C. Emmetropia

D. Astigmatism

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84408

Question

Which layer of cornea helps in the hydration of stroma of cornea

A. Endothelium

B. Epithelium

C. Descemet membrane

D. Stroma

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84407

Question

Photostress test to differentiate

A. Lens and cornea

B. The macula and Optic nerve diseases

C. Cataract and glaucoma

D. Retinal and vitreous diseases

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84406

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Prerequisite for sympathetic ophthalmitis

A. Penetrating injury to the eye

B. Blunt ocular tumor

C. Chemical injury

D. Urinary tract infection

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84405

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The patient came with proptosis, restriction of eye movements, and was Euthyroid. What could this be from?

A. Orbital Cellulitis

B. Orbital Lymphoma

C. Orbital pseudotumor

D. Thyroid ophthalmopathy

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84403

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Conjunctival injection, pharyngeal injection, polymorphic rash, cervical lymphadenopathy  can be seen in

A. Kawasaki syndrome

B. Measles

C. Thrombocytopenia

D. Mumps

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84404

Question

Incongruous Homonymous hemianopia with Wernicke’s hemianopia pupil is seen with the lesion of

A. Optic radiation

B. Lateral geniculate body

C. Optic tract

D. Anterior occipital cortex

 

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NEXT PG Exam – 84401

Question

What causes shifting fluid?

A. Exudative Retinal detachment

B. Tractional Retinal Detachment

C. Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment

D. Retinodialysis

 

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