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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LQ.1 Define tonometry, Enumerate various types of tonometers & their principles of operation & procedures?
LQ.2 Define Gonioscopy. Describe types of gonioscopes, their principle of use,& procedure?
LQ.3 Define Glaucoma, Classify Glaucoma & give brief etiology of each. what is Target IOP?
LQ.4 What is Perimetry & its Uses. Describe the procedure & various field defects?
LQ.5 Describe how you will interpret a Perimetry print out ? What are Andersons criteria?
LQ.6 Describe the Optic nerve head & Retinal nerve fibre layer changes in a chronic case of glaucoma?
LQ.7 Describe the anatomy of the angle of anterior chamber. Types & principle of gonioscopes.What are the abnormal structures seen in the angle?
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.
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:
5. The Diurnal variation test is significant/ positive if the difference between highest & lowest IOP is: