Test 12
1. Unilateral miosis occurs in:
a. pituitary disease

b. syringomyelia

c. Wallenberg's syndrome

d. internal cord artery aneurysm

e. nasopharyngeal carcinoma

2. Horner's pupil:
a. reacts to light normally

b. does not react to accommodation

c. causes problems with accommodation

d. constricts with pilocarpine

e. dilate with atropine


3. Unilateral lateral mydriasis occurs in:
a. uncal herniation

b. unilateral carotid artery disease

c. Urrets-Zavalia syndrome

d. intravitreal iron foreign body

e. acute angle closure glaucoma


4. Light near dissociation occurs in:
a. myotonic dystrophy.

b. Argyll-Robertson's pupil

c. Parinaud dorsal midbrain syndrome.

d. aberrant regeneration of the third nerve

e. familial amyloidosis

5. Dilated pupil that can not be constricted with pilocarpine include:
a. third nerve palsy

b. Adie's pupil

c. pupil dilated with atropine

d. pupil dilated with phenylephrine

e. ocular siderosis.

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