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B1 Exam

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B1 Exam

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    1. B1 Exam 9/12/2010

    2. What is the sign in this picture? Mention two complictions of this condition.

    3. Bilateral Exophthalmus. 1-Optic nerve compression. 2-Eye dryness and corneal ulceration.

    4. What is the name of this condition? How do you treat this patient?

    5. Orbital Cellulitis. 1-IV broad spectrum antibiotics. 2-Admission

    6. In the question there was a history for a diabetic patient presented with poor vision with a picture close to this one.

    7. Diabetic Maculopathy. 1- Laser (grid or focal). 2-Anti VEGF or steroids.

    8. What is your diagnose? What is the treatment?

    9. Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy. Surgery (PPV), Laser (PRP), Anti VEGF.

    10. Mention the first line of treatment in chemical injuries. The Answer: Irrigation for 30 minutes (500 cc). Mention two uses of the cycloplegic agents. The Answer: 1-Slit lamp exam. 2-Eye surgeries.

    11. What is your diagnose? Mention two slit lamp signs that we can see it in this case.

    12. Keratoconus. Fleisher’s ring, Vogt’s striae, Apical scarring, Corneal thinning.

    13. What is your diagnose? What is the cause of this?

    14. Dendritic Ulcer. Herpes simplex virus Type 1.

    15. What is this? Mention two possible causes?

    16. Optic disc swelling. Papilledema, tumors, anterior ischemic neuropathy…

    17. Mention 3 ocular manifestations of Rheumatoid Arthritis. The answer: keratoconjuncitivits sicca, episcleritis, scleritis. Why in the case of aphakia it is preferable to use Intra Ocular Lens more than using Glasses? (Bonus Question)

    18. Good Luck!

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