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GLAUCOMA EVALUATION. TEST-PAPER Dr.Nita Shanbhag Dr.Pooja Deshmukkh. LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS - ANY 1. LQ.1 Define tonometry, Enumerate various types of tonometers & their principles of operation & procedures? Definition Types Principles of each. Procedures of each.

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glaucoma evaluation

GLAUCOMA EVALUATION

TEST-PAPER

Dr.Nita Shanbhag

Dr.Pooja Deshmukkh

long answer questions any 1
LONG ANSWER QUESTIONS- ANY 1

LQ.1 Define tonometry, Enumerate various types of tonometers & their principles of operation & procedures?

  • Definition
  • Types
  • Principles of each.
  • Procedures of each.
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LQ.2 Define Gonioscopy. Describe types of gonioscopes, their principle of use,& procedure?

  • Definition.
  • Types
  • Principle
  • Procedure
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LQ.3 Define Glaucoma, Classify Glaucoma & give brief etiology of each. what is Target IOP?

  • Definition
  • Classify
  • Etiology
  • Target IOP
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LQ.4 What is Perimetry & its Uses. Describe the procedure & various field defects?

  • Define
  • Types of perimeters
  • Uses
  • Procedure
  • Field Defects
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LQ.5 Describe how you will interpret a Perimetry print out ? What are Andersons criteria?

  • Fixation losses/False +ves & -ves.
  • Gray scale
  • Threshold values
  • Total deviation/pattern deviation
  • Global indices
  • Anderson Patella’s criteria
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LQ.6 Describe the Optic nerve head & Retinal nerve fibre layer changes in a chronic case of glaucoma?

  • All disc changes
  • Cup changes
  • Retinal nerve fiber layer changes
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LQ.7 Describe the anatomy of the angle of anterior chamber. Types & principle of gonioscopes.What are the abnormal structures seen in the angle?

  • Anatomy
  • Types of goniscopes
  • Principle of gonioscopy
  • Structures in the angle.
short notes any 3
SHORT NOTES-ANY 3
  • Van Herrick Test.
  • Classifications of grading the angle of anterior chamber.
  • Provocative tests for narrow angle glaucoma.
  • Provacative tests for open angle glaucoma.
  • Applanationtonometry.
  • Abnormal structures seen in angle of anterior chamber.
  • Field defects in glaucoma.
  • Optic nerve head changes in glaucoma.
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MCQs
  • Normal diurnal variation of IOP is:

A. 0-2 mm Hg.

B. 2-3 mm Hg.

C. 4-6 mm Hg.

D. 8-10 mm Hg.

2. Sickle shaped extension of blind spot is known as:

A. Bjerrums scotoma

B. Enlarged blind spot

C. Seidels scotoma

D. Downs sign.

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MCQs

3. The following affect the indentation tonometry findings:

A. surface lipid & IOP

B. surface tension & IOP

C. surface tension & scleral rigidity.

D. surface tension & plunger rigidity.

4.The surface applanated while performing applanationtonometry is:

  • 2.08 mm
  • 3.06mm
  • 4.23 mm
  • 3.48 mm
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MCQs

5. The Diurnal variation test is significant/ positive if the difference between highest & lowest IOP is:

  • 4 mm Hg
  • 8 mm Hg
  • 2 mm Hg
  • 1 .9 mm Hg
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