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4th Year Send up papers 2014


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                                                     Pathology MCQs

(Probable answers: 1.A 2.C 3.E 4.C 5.B 6.C 7.E 8.D 9.A 10.C 11.E 12.B 13.B 14.B 15.C 16.E 17.C 18.A 19.B 20.A 21.D 22.B 23.B 24.D 25.A 26.B 27.C 28.B 29.A 30.C) 

Eye Mcqs

1.Most common ocular malignancy in children
A. Retinoblastoma

2.Which of the following are contraindicated in treatment of ulcers
A. Steroids
3.Retinal detachent is characterised by:
A. Sensory and pigmen epithelium detachment
4.Tresmulus iris is seen
A. Subluxated lens
5.The first step in acid burn management
A. Washing of wound with 
6. Which of the following is not supplied by third cranial nerve
A. Superior Oblique
7.Which of the following is best parameter for the treatment determination method of glaucoma
A. Gonioscopy
8. Mechanism of action of Beta Blockers in glaucoma
A. Decrease the production of aqueous humour
9.Which of the following increases predisposition to angle closure glaucoma
A Hypermetropic eye
10.Etiology of pterygium is 
A unknown/Degenerative
11.In brow suspension method of Ptosis
A. Fascia
12. Stye is due to
A. zeis gland of lashes
13.chalazion is due to inflammation of
A. Mebomian glands
14.The incision in chalazion is
A. vertical
15.The most common cause of bilateral ptosis in children
A. Horner syndrome?
16. Wood injury lead to
A. Fungal ulcers
17. Jet black pupil is not found in 
18. Most common cause of preventive blindness
A. trachoma
19. Sclera
A. outer layer of eye ball
20. Kps.
A. uveitis 
21. Cones
A. colour vision
22. Most important and accurate method of cataract diagnosis
A Slit lamp
23.Most accurate method of senile cataract
A. Phakoemulsification with IOL
24.Most common manifestation in........
AA. Leukochoria
25th charactristc feature of vernal catarrh. itching? or cobblestone appearnce


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