|First station was a case of refraction.
The patient had compound hypermetropic astigmatism and presbyopia.
Objectively Structured Clinical
Direct ophthalmoscopy. It was a
case of high myopia with macular scar. I was asked uses of green and blue
filter on the slit-lamp.
Indirect ophthalmoscopy showed retinochoroidal
coloboma adn I was asked to roughly draw the locatio fo the coloboma. Asked
about the optic of 20D and how it compares with a 30D lens.
Pupillary examination. It was a
case of Adie's pupil and I was interrupted in between and was asked to
give the differential diagnosis of an unilaterally dilated pupil.
Keratometry. It was a case of oblique
astigmatism and I was asked about the principle of kertometer and the differences
between the two most common types of keratometer.
Lensometer. Asked to do it on a
pair of bifocals. Asked about the working principle of lensometer.
Ocular movement. The patient had
a third nerve palsy.
Visual field examination on a patient
with albinism and nystagmus. The visual field was constricted and asked
about the possible causes.
Objectively Structured Questions
Asked to calculate AC/A ration using
the gradient method and asked the normal ratio for AC/A.
Coronal CT scan showing a pituitary
Hess's chart showing features of
long-stadning 6th nerve palsy. Asked bout the principle of Hess's chart.
Asked to draw the ray diagram of
Humphrey visual field.
Coloured fundus and FFA show superior
branch retinal vein occlusion.
A patient is wearing +10D glasses
and if they were brought forwards towards the cornea by 3mm. What will
be the power of the glasses?