Ophthalmology and Optometry MCQ Quiz Test- 13

Ophthalmology and Optometry MCQ Quiz - 13

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1. Heterochromia iridis is a feature of: 

◻️A. Malignant melanoma of iris 
◻️B. Glaucomatocyclitis crisis 
◻️C. Siderosis bulbi
◻️D. All of the above Required 

2. The earliest symptom of sympathetic ophthalmitis is: 

◻️A. Pain 
◻️B. Decreased distant vision 
◻️C. Photophobia 
◻️D. Diplopia 

3. Essential atrophy of the choroid is due to inborn error of metabolism of which amino acid ?

◻️A. Cystine 
◻️B. Cysteine 
◻️C. Arginine 
◻️D. Ornithine

4. Sign of activity in chronic iridocyclitis is: 

◻️A. Aqueous cells 
◻️B. Aqueous flare 
◻️C. Pigmented KPs 
◻️D. All of the above

5. A healed patch of chorioretinitis gives rise to: 

◻️A. Negative scotoma 
◻️B. Positive scotoma 
◻️C. Both of the above 
◻️D. None of the above Required 

6. Granulomatous uveitis with involvement of parotid gland is seen in: 

◻️A. Tuberculosis 
◻️B. Syphilis 
◻️C. Mumps 
◻️D. Sarcoidosis

7. All of the following HLA-phenotypes are associated with uveitis except: 

◻️A. HLA-B27 
◻️B. HLA-B5 
◻️C. HLA-BW54 
◻️D. HLA-10 

8. ‘Iris-pearls’ are seen in:

◻️A. Syphilis 
◻️B. Leprosy 
◻️C. Sarcoidosis 
◻️D. Tuberculosis

9. Commonest cause of endogenous uveitis in India is: 

◻️A. Tuberculosis 
◻️B. Leprosy 
◻️C. Syphilis 
◻️D. Diabetes 

10. The pathognomonic sign of acute iridocyclitis is: 

◻️A. Small pupil 
◻️B. Aqueous flare 
◻️C. Keratic precipitates 
◻️D. All of the above Required 

11. Most common etiological variety of uveitis is: 

◻️A. Infective 
◻️B. Allergic 
◻️C. Toxic 
◻️D. Metabolic 

12. The most common histopathological type of malignant melanoma of cho is:

◻️A. Spindle - A cell 
◻️B. Spindle-B cell 
◻️C. Epitheloid cell 
◻️D. Mixed cell 

13. Typical coloboma of iris occurs: 

◻️A. Inferonasally 
◻️B. Superonasally 
◻️C. Inferotemporally 
◻️D. Superotemporally 

14. Iris bombe occurs is: 

◻️A. Ring synechiae 
◻️B. Anterior synechiae 
◻️C. Posterior synechiae 
◻️D. All 

15. In complete albinism the colour of iris is: 

◻️A. White 
◻️B. Black 
◻️C. Pink 
◻️D. Blue 

16. Separation of rods and cones due to exudative choroiditis causes: 

◻️A. Photopsia 
◻️B. Micropsia 
◻️C. Macropsia 
◻️D. Metamorphopsia

17. Iritis roseata is seen in: 

◻️A. Leprosy 
◻️B. Syphilis 
◻️C. Tuberculosis 
◻️D. Sarcoidosis 

18. Dalen Fuch’s nodules are pathognomic of: 

◻️A. Pathological myopia 
◻️B. Sympathetic ophthalmitis 
◻️C. Fuch’s uveitis syndrome 
◻️D. Sarcoidosis 

 19. Malignant melanoma of conjunctiva is usually of: 

◻️A. Spindle A type 
◻️B. Spindle B type 
◻️C. Mixed cell type 
◻️D. All of the above 

20. The most earliest sign of anterior uveitis is:
◻️A. Aqueous flare 
◻️B. Keratic precipitates 
◻️C. Constriction of pupil 
◻️D. Raised intraocular pressure

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