Ophthalmology and Optometry MCQ Quiz test - 4

Ophthalmology and Optometry MCQ Quiz - 4

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1. Assessment of the visual acuity in children below 2 years of age can be made by the following tests, except: 

◻️A. Landolt’s charts 
◻️B. Pattern visual evoked potential 
◻️C. Preferential looking behaviour 
◻️D. Optokinetic nystagmus Required 

2. In microcornea, diameter of cornea is less than: 

◻️A. 9 mm 
◻️B. 10 mm 
◻️C. 11 mm 
◻️D. 8 mm  

3. Photostress test is positive in:

◻️A. Central serous retinopathy 
◻️B. Optic neuritis 
◻️C. Ethambutol toxicity 
◻️D. Central retinal artery occlusion 
◻️E. All of the above

4. Which part of orbicularis oculi is known as Horner’s muscle: 

◻️A. Orbital 
◻️B. Lacrimal 
◻️C. Temporal 
◻️D. Muller’s muscle

5. All of the following may be associated with night- blindness except: 

◻️A. Pathological myopia 
◻️B. Retinitis pigmentosa 
◻️C. Retinitis punctata albescens 
◻️D. Retinitis proli Required 

6. Snellen’s test types are based on the fact that two distant points can be visible as separate only when they subtend at the nodal point of the eye an angle of: 

◻️A. 1 minute 
◻️B. 3 minute 
◻️C. 5 minute 
◻️D. 2 minute

7. Avascular coat in eye is: 

◻️A. Sclera 
◻️B. Cornea 
◻️C. Retina 
◻️D. Choroid

8. All visual reexes are developed by: 

◻️A. 1 year 
◻️B. 2 year 
◻️C. 5 year 
◻️D. 10 year

9. Diseased and devitalized epithelial cells of the conjunctiva and cornea are stained with: 

◻️A. Fluorescein dye 
◻️B. Rose Bengal dye 
◻️C. Alcian blue dye 
◻️D. All of the above

10. The aqueous are is best demonstrated by: 

◻️A. Biomicroscope 
◻️B. Keratoscope 
◻️C. Pentoscope 
◻️D. Ophthalmoscope

11. All of the following are causes of sudden painless loss of vision except: 

◻️A. Central retinal artery occlusion 
◻️B. Optic atrophy 
◻️C. Optic neuritis 
◻️D. Retinal detachment

12. Which continues to grow in the lifetime: 

◻️A. Cornea 
◻️B. Iris 
◻️C. Lens 
◻️D. Retina

13. Anterior chamber depth: 

◻️A. Increases with age 
◻️B. Is lesser in women 
◻️C. Is lesser in myopes 
◻️D. Has hardly any effect on an 

14. Corneal diameter is increased in: 

◻️A. Megalocornea 
◻️B. Keratoglobus 
◻️C. Keratoconus 
◻️D. All of the above

15. Corneal endothelial cell count is done by:

◻️A. Specular microscopy 
◻️B. Keratometry 
◻️C. Gonioscopy 
◻️D. Slit lamp

16. Flashes of light before the eyes (photopsia) is a feature of: 

◻️A. Impending retinal detachment 
◻️B. Vitreous traction of the retina 
◻️C. Retinitis 
◻️D. All of the above

17. Sudden, transient and painless loss of vision may be complained by the patients with all of the following diseases except: 

◻️A. Carotid transient ischaemic attacks 
◻️B. Papilloedema 
◻️C. Papillitis 
◻️D. Migraine

18. Diameter of the optic disc is: 

◻️A. 1.5 mm 
◻️B. 5.5 mm 
◻️C. 2.5 mm 
◻️D. 3.5 mm

19. Indentation tonometer is based on the fundamental fact that a plunger with indent: 

◻️A. More in soft eye 
◻️B. More in hard eye 
◻️C. Equal in soft and hard eye 
◻️D. None of the above Required 

20. Corneal sensations are decreased in all of the following conditions except: 

◻️A. Recurrent corneal erosion syndrome 
◻️B. Herpetic keratitis 
◻️C. Neuroparalytic keratitis 
◻️D. Lepros

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