FRCS (Glasgow) Date: March, 2003
1. Clinical features of dysthyroid eye disease
2. Tell me about optic neuritis
3. Tell me about uveitis
4. What is VEP? How do you do it?
1. Scenario – a 28 year old lady c/o blurring of vision in her right
eye. Her vision is
2. Scenario – a 40 year old lady complains of bilateral red eyes. What
Ophthalmology in relation to Medicine & Neurology
2. What are the life threatening causes of Horner’s syndrome?
3. Discuss the effect of vitamins on the eye – discussed vitamins A & D
4. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
1. A patient complains of chest pain following uneventful cataract surgery.
2. A 32 years old IDDM patient with moderate NPDR attends your clinic.
Ophthalmic Surgery & Pathology
1. How do you manage a patient who is day 1 post trabeculectomy with
2. Sterilisation procedures in the operating theatre.
1. Management of normotension glaucoma
2. Complications of trabeculectomy surgery and medications
1. Cornea tattoo
2. Pigment dispersion syndrome
3. Bilateral facial nerve palsy
4. myotonic dystrophy with bilateral ptosis
5. macular scar
6. optic disc drusen
7. Duanes type 3
8. dysthyroid eye disease
9. bilateral INO