Fortnightly Quiz 4

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Question 1 of 20

With regard to contact lenses Which statement is wrong

  • A three and 9 oclock staining is commoner with soft than RGP lens
  • B bacterial corneal ulcer is more common with soft than RGP contact lens
  • C soft contact lens is more suitable for occasional wear than RGP lens
  • D giant papillary conjunctivitis is more common with soft contact lens than RGP lens

Question 2 of 20

What is the Visual acuity required to cook

  • A 20/50
  • B 20/80
  • C 20/100
  • D 20/200

Question 3 of 20

“Pink eye” is an inflammation of which eye tissue?

  • A Cornea
  • B Conjunctiva
  • C Iris
  • D Crystalline Lens

Question 4 of 20

“Floaters” (also known as “muscae volitantes“) which sometimes interfere with vision can be caused by a what?

  • A Cataract
  • B Colour Deficiency
  • C Dry Eye Condition
  • D Vitreous detachment

Question 5 of 20

Which sentence is untrue about the function of the eyebrow?

  • A May catch falling particles before they reach the eye
  • B Redirects flowing substances away from the eye
  • C Defines the face helping express various emotions
  • D None of these are untrue

Question 6 of 20

Which of the following can a lesion to the primary visual cortex (V1) or optic tract cause?

  • A Hemianopia
  • B Red Green Color Blindness
  • C Achromatopsia
  • D Scotoma

Question 7 of 20

As well as damaging your body in other ways smoking cigarettes also affects the eyes. Which of the following eye illnesses would you not expect to occur as a result of smoking?

  • A Cataracts
  • B Macular degeneration
  • C Optic neuropathy
  • D They can all be caused by smoking

Question 8 of 20

Which of the following is a category specific visual deficit exemplified by the patient being unable to recognize faces?

  • A Faciagnosia
  • B Associative Agnosia
  • C Hemianopia
  • D Prosopagnosia

Question 9 of 20

While performing an accommodative facility test on a child you record a normal score for the monocular accommodative facility OD OS but fewer cycles under binocular conditions (OU). Based on these results what should you most likely suspect?

  • A Accomodative Infacility
  • B Inadequate PRA/NRA
  • C Amblyopia
  • D Anomalous retinal correspondence

Question 10 of 20

Which of the following is NOT correct about LOW WATER content of the SCL?

  • A Greater durability
  • B Less surface deposition
  • C High oxygen permeability
  • D Better handling

Question 11 of 20

Which one is not a complication of Ortho-K therapy.

  • A Recurrent corneal erosion
  • B Iron deposition lines
  • C Infectious keratitis
  • D Neovascularization of the limbus

Question 12 of 20

Which of the following is an ocular health benefit to wearing RGP lenses as opposed to soft contact lenses?

  • A Good tear exchange
  • B Does not compress the limbus
  • C Less likely to have Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis
  • D All of the above

Question 13 of 20

Which of the following are true concerning childhood myopia?

  • A A child with one myopic parent is twice as likely to develop high myopia than a child with no myopic parents
  • B A child with one myopic parent is equally likely to develop high myopia as a child with no myopic parents
  • C A child with two myopic parents is ten times as likely to develop high myopia than a child with no myopic parents
  • D All of the above

Question 14 of 20

Why is Uncontrolled diabetes considered an absolute contraindication to refractive surgery?

  • A IOP increases above 90 mmHg during LASIK
  • B Theres a risk of poor flap adhesion post surgery
  • C These patients have an unstable refractive error
  • D These patients may require extra information from their general practitioner

Question 15 of 20

Which of the following patients who is the best candidate for refractive surgery?

  • A A patient with glaucoma
  • B A 19 year old patient whos refractive error has remained stable for 1 year
  • C An uncontrolled diabetic patient
  • D A young lady who is 7 months pregnant

Question 16 of 20

The main problem with amblyopia deals with the brain not developing correctly. All the following are reasons for this type of development EXCEPT

  • A retinal disease
  • B strabismus
  • C cataract
  • D glaucoma

Question 17 of 20

Which of the following are not symptoms associated with progressive myopia?

  • A Flashes
  • B Floaters
  • C Headaches
  • D Amblyopia

Question 18 of 20

Which of the following is false regarding the treatment of Keratoconus?

  • A Soft CL do not adequately correct vision by themselves.
  • B Intracorneal ring segments have been shown to halt the progression of Keratoconus caused by weakening corneal tissue.
  • C Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty has been shown to reduce endothelial cell loss and graft rejection episodes.
  • D Corneal Cross Linkage increases the resistance against enzymatic degradation of the corneal tissues.

Question 19 of 20

Which of the following category of patients would not benefit from a Cycloplegic exam?

  • A A patient sitting in you chair wanting LASIK in the future
  • B Latent Hyperopes and Strabismus patients
  • C Hysterical amblyopia patients
  • D All of the above would benefit from a cycloplegic exam.

Question 20 of 20

One of the main criteria for using a reverse telescope is.....

  • A patient must be younger than 40
  • B The patient must have good central acuity because of the small images produced by the reverse telescope
  • C patient must be unwilling to learn
  • D patient must have central acuity worse than 20/400