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(Single Best Answer) Question 51: The organism the characteristically causes dendritic corneal ulcers is ?
A) Pseudomonas
B) Pneumococcus
C) Herpes Simplex
D) Cryptococcus
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(Single Best Answer) Question 52: The most common retrobulbar orbital mass in adults is ?
A) Neurofibroma
B) Meningioma
C) Cavernous haemangioma
D) Schwannoma
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(Single Best Answer) Question 53: A 30 year old patient with history of recurrent headache was sent for fundus evaluation. he was found to be having generalized arterial attenuation with multiple cotton wool spots and flame shaped haemorrhages in both eyes. The most likely cause is ?
A) Diabetic retinopathy
B) Hypertensive retinopathy
C) Central retinal artery occlusion
D) Temporal arteritis
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(Single Best Answer) Question 54: A 55 year old female comes to the eye casualty with history of severe eye pain, redness and diminution of vision. On examination the visual acuity is 6/60, there is circumcorneal congestion, corneal oedema and a shallow anterior chamber. Which of the following is the best drug of choice ?
A) Atropine ointment
B) I.V. Mannitol
C) Ciprofloxacin eye drops
D) Betamethasone eye drops
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(Single Best Answer) Question 55: A 55 year old patient complains of decreased distance vision. However, not he does not require his near glasses for near work. The most likely cause is ?
A) Posterior subcapsular cataract
B) Zonular cataract
C) Nuclear sclerosis
D) Anterior subcapsular cataract
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(Single Best Answer) Question 56: Which of the following drugs is contraindicated in a patient with history of sulfa allergy presenting with an acute attack of angle closure glaucoma ?
A) Glycerol
B) Acetazolamide
C) Mannitol
D) Latanoprost
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(Single Best Answer) Question 57: A patient has a right homonymous hemianopia with saccadic pursuit movements and defective optokinetic nystagmus. The lesion is most likely to be in the ?
A) Frontal lobe
B) Occipital lobe
C) Parietal lobe
D) Temporal lobe
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(Single Best Answer) Question 58: A young, tall thin male with arachnodactyly has ectopia lentis in both eyes. The most likely diagnosis is ?
A) Marfan's Syndrome
B) Marchesani's Syndrome
C) Homocystinuria
D) Ehler's Danlos syndrome
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(Single Best Answer) Question 59: The most common systemic association of scleritis is ?
A) Ehlers - Danlos syndrome
B) Disseminated systemic sclerosis
C) Rheumatoid arthritis
D) Giant cell arteritis
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(Single Best Answer) Question 60: According to WHO, blindness is defined as a visual acuity of the better eye, less than ?
A) 6 / 60
B) 5 / 60
C) 4 / 60
D) 3 / 60
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