Identify and draw the ray diagram for the Fresnel prism.
Identify and interpret a Humphrey Automated visual field. Showed an
Identify and comment on a B-scan us. This showed a retinal detachment.
Other candidates thought it was a choroidal effusion.
Principle of the Hess chart. Comment on one showing a fourth
Principle of and comment on an FFA. Showing proliferative DR.
Others thought it to be CRVO.
Comment on an x-ray showing a metallic foreign body. Inadequate views
to say if indeed intraocular.
Interpret an orthoptic report and comment on the management.
A case of anisometropic amblyopia.
Identify an ERG. What anatomical structures does it represent.
Left RAPD. Patient also had L proptosis. Questions on light pathway
and likely position of the lesion in this case. The pharmacological tests
for abnormal pupils.
Slit-lamp examination of both eyes with congenital cataracts and superior
optical iridectomies. Principles of slit lamp examination. Correct
use of applanation head
( where to place the red line).
VFT by confrontation. Patient with bitemporal hemianopia more
dense inferiorly. Where is the lesion and from which direction.
Ocular motility and cover test. Patient had a left fourth nerve
palsy. Not very obvious (many others missed it).
Focimetry of bifocals( one side only). Principle of focimeter.
Keratometry(Javal-Schiotz). Principle of it (I drew a diagram
Direct Ophthalmoscopy. A 30-something male patient with sectorial
chorioretinal degeneration and discrete round red lesion at macula with
yellow spots. I thought it to be a traumatic macula hole. Questions on
the magnification of the direct, image size in ametropia and use
of filters on it.
Indirect to view a lesion in the superotemporal quadrant using the
first indirect ever invented!!. A grey lesion with a convex border
towards the posterior
pole. I diagnosed a retinoshisis and was asked to draw it on
a retinal detachment chart.
Compound Hypermetropia with an esophoria( 12 Prism
dioptres base out).
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