Test 184  (Ocular pathology)
1. In sympathetic ophthalmia: 
a. the non-injured eye has granulomatous inflammation of the uvea tissue
b. necrosis is common

c. Dalen-Fuchs nodules are made up of epithelioid cells

d. Dalen-Fuchs nodules are located between the retina and the retinal pigment epithelium

e. the inciting eye must have rupture of the globe

2. The following HLAs are associated with an increased incidence of  

a. HLA-B27

b. HLA-A29

c. HLA-B51

d. HLA-A1

e. HLA-DW5

3. Amyloid is found in the following conditions:
a. lattice degeneration of the retina

b. lattice dystrophy

c. granular dystrophy

d. Reis-Buckler's dystrophy

e. Avellino dystrophy

. 4. The following are hamartomas:
a. ectopic lacrimal gland

b. Lisch's nodules

c. cavernous haemangioma

d. lymphangioma

e. meningioma 

5. Elschnig's pearls:

a. cause phacoanaphylactic uveitis

b. are seen mainly after cataract extraction

c. are usually opaque

d. are made up of nucleated lens fibres.

e. are the most common cause of decreased following 
    cataract surgery

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