|Day 1: MCQs
Many repeat from past questions, not too difficult, attempted around
80% ie around 240
Day 2 morning: OSCEs
Late phase of FFA. ? CME,? occult CNV very poor photo quality
2 mirror Goldmann's gonioscope, draw ray diagram
Clinical photo of ablinism. Cause of poor VA and types of albinism
Identify magnifying glass and draw ray diagram
UBM photos. Frequencies of UBM and 2 clinical applications
CT of optic nerve glioma, features and association
HFA with R superior quadrantanopia. Site of lesions and problems in
Hess chart of L SO palsy. 2 methods testing cyclophoria
Day 2 Afternoon : Clinical refraction
15mins for history, unaided distant and near VA, retinoscopy, and subjective
VAs for both eyes
R -2.5, -0.5 x 80 L -3.0
Next 15mins: examiners came in and ask to demonstrate maddox rods(
both vertical and horizontal) and then maddox wing for near
Ends up with 25mins
Day 3 Morning : Viva
1. How do you assess visual acuity in2 years old kid?
2. How do you assess refractive status for a baby?
3. Cycloplegic agaents.
4 . Transposition of refraction.
5. Methods of Biometry.
6. What is phacymetry? clinic use? he wanted the factor affecting measuring
the IOP, usual cornea thickness.
7. What is glaucoma? features of POAG?
8. Reduced VA 6 months after success IOL implant, causes? PCO
9. How will u manage the patient?
10. How do you get an informed consent for YAG capsulotomy?
end of the viva.................................
Day 3 Afternoon: Clinic methods
Binocular indirect ophthalmscopy. Myopic patient with myopic maculopathy
and peripheral indenation
SLE. Bilateral grafts and L band keratopathy aso demonstrate Pupil,
EOM and cover tests for this patient (all normal!!!!)
Direct ophthalmoscopy. Aphakia with disc pallor. Questions on clinical
use of direct ophthalmoscope. Visual fields. normal VF.
90D. Disc collaterals. Quesions on causes and Difference between NVD
and dics collaterals. 100 Day glaucoma in CRVO.......
SLE. L eye PUK. Causes of PUK