Ophthalmology

Q: A 54-year-old man presents to the emergency department with intense pain in his right eye. Examination reveals a red ring surrounding his iris and elevated intraocular pressure in the same eye. After obtaining a careful history with the aid of the man’s wife, the emergency room physician concludes that this episode was triggered by which of the following agents?

(a) :  Amitriptyline
(b) :  Cimetidine
(c) :  Diazepam
(d) :  Malathion
(e) :  Propranolol
Answer:  Amitriptyline
Explanation:  

Q: The visual acuity of a patient is recorded to be 20/200. Which of the following best describes this measurement?

(a) :  The patient can read at 20 ft what the average person can read at 200 ft
(b) :  The patient can read at 200 ft what the average person can read at 20 ft
(c) :  The patient can read at 200 ft what the average person can read at 200 ft
(d) :  The patient can read at 20 ft what the average person can read at 20 ft 
(e) :  none of above
Answer:  The patient can read at 20 ft what the average person can read at 200 ft
Explanation:  

Q: False about Argyll Robertson Pupil is?

(a) :  Accommodation reflex normal
(b) :  Direct pupillary reflex absent
(c) :  Indirect pupillary reflex normal
(d) :  Visual acuity normal
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Indirect pupillary reflex normal
Explanation:  

Q: A 25 year old male gives history of sudden painless loss of vision in one eye for the past 2 weeks. There is no history of trauma. On examination the anterior segment is normal but there is no fundal glow. Which one of the following is the most likely cause?

(a) :  Vitreous haemorrhage
(b) :  Optic atrophy
(c) :  Developmental cataract
(d) :  Acute attack of angle closure glaucoma
(e) :  None of the above
Answer:  Vitreous haemorrhage
Explanation:  

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