FCPS PART 1 OPHTHALMOLOGY JUNE 2012

FCPS PART 1 OPHTHALMOLOGY JUNE 2012

1) Sphincter and dilator puillae are originated from

  1. Mesoderm
  2. Ectoderm
  3. Neural crest
  4. Endoderm

 

2) Epithelium of mebimian gland duct is

  1. Simple squamous
  2. Simple cuboidal
  3. Simple columnar
  4. Stratified columnar
  5. Stratified squamous

 

3) Epithelium of lacrimical canaliculi is

  1. Simple squamous
  2. Simple cuboidal
  3. Simple columnar
  4. Stratified columnar
  5. Stratified Squamous

 

4) Retina is thickest

  1. Above optic disc
  2. Below optic disc
  3. Orra serrata
  4. equator

 

5) If light reaction is absent but accomudation is positive the lesion is in

  1. Optic nerve
  2. Optic chiasma
  3. Optic tract
  4. Pretectal necleus
  5. Edwinger westphall necleus

 

6) Ciliary body is originated from

  1. Mesoderm (Reference Frank Navell)
  2. Neural crest cells
  3. Ectoderm

 

7) Light rays are parallelized if object is at a distance of

  1. 6 meter
  2. 60 meter
  3. 6 cm
  4. 6 feet

 

8) Nasocilliary nerve supply all excepts

  1. sphenoid sinus
  2. lacrimal sac
  3. dilator pupil

 

9) Papillae on conjuctiva

  1. Vernal kerato conjuctivitus

 

10) Vitreous is connected with posterior surface of lens, this is called

  1. Ligament of lockwook
  2. Ligament of whitnal
  3. Ligament oif wiegert

 

11) Which of the following is most appropriate for ophthalmic artery

  1. Central retinal artery is 1st branch
  2. Its terminal branches are potential end arteries

 

12) Irrigular constricted pupil which don’t respond to light

  1. Artificial pupil
  2. Argyl robertson pupil
  3. Adies pupil
  4. Horner syndrome

 

13) Regarding occipital area

  1. Macula is its large anterior part
  2. Macula is its large posterior part
  3. Above the sulcus contain retinal upper eye field fibres
  4. Above the sulcus contain retinal upper eye field fibres

 

14) From lateral geniculate body to occipital lobe fibres are

  1. Geniculoccipital fibres

 

15) Middle cerebral peduncle contain fibres of

  1. Contralateral pontocerabral
  2. Ipsilateral pontocerebral
  3. Cerebellocortical

 

16) Which drug is least effective in treatment of glaucoma due to increased episcleral vein pressure?

  1. Pilocarpine
  2. Prostaglandins
  3. Carbonic anhydraze

 

17) Upper eye lid is formed by (embryologically)

  1. Mixed

 

18) Lower eye lid is formed by (embryologically)

  1. Mixed

 

19) A patient having opacity in media

  1. Corneal dystrophy
  2. Macular degeneration
  3. Vitreous haemorrhage
  4. Cataract

 

20) Cataract is formed due to

  1. Anatomical and physiological change in lens
  2. Denaturation of proteins
  3. Excessive protein accumulation

 

21) A patient having pituitary tumor, he would develop

  1. Bitemporal hemianopia
  2. Right homonymous hemianopia
  3. Left homonymous hemianopia

 

22) In right homonymous heminopia lesion is of

  1. Optic nerve
  2. Left optic tract
  3. Right optic tract
  4. Occipital cortex

 

23) In iridocyclitis pupil size becomes smaller due to

  1. Increase water in iris stroma
  2. Increase arterial complex

 

24) Which is the drug for endophthalmitis

  1. Gentamycin
  2. Amikacin
  3. Erythromycin

(Correctly Its vancomycin)

 

25) Regarding vitreous which is true

  1. its refractive index is almost equal to aqueous
  2. it forms about 60% of eye
  3. it contains type 1 collagen

 

26) a person having optic neuropathy due to isoniazide. Which drug should be given

( Its Pyridoxine)

 

27) Downward and outward eye position. lesion is

  1. Optic nerve
  2. Occulumotor nerve  (unopposed Superior oblique action)
  3. Abducent nerve

 

28) Which ….toxoplasmosis

  1. Choriodiretinitus

 

29) Desment membrane feature

  1. It can easily regenerate
  2. It is collection of collagen

 

30) Aqueous humor is produced by

  1. Active Na secretion

 

31) Which don’t form blood retinal barrier

  1. RPE
  2. Choroidal vessels
  3. Retinal atreties

 

32)

 

33) Largest extraocular muscle supplied by occulumotor nerve

  1. Superior retus
  2. Inferior rectus
  3. Medial rectus
  4. Inferior obligue

 

34) In pituitary tumor which part is compressed

  1. Optic nerve
  2. Optic chiasma
  3. Optic tract
  4. LGB

 

35) In thyroid toxicosis

  1. It effects on tendon of EOM
  2. Fat is deposited behind globe




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