These are the stations that I remember.
Myopic fundus with macular scarring started by asking me to take a history. the
patient told me she had been operated for a hole in the eye! didn't see any
macular hole but did the Watzke Allen test anyway.
Gross exodeviation with advanced PVR. I
didn't realize the diagnosis until after the exam. I just described what I saw.
Exotropia young boy. After cover test, asked
to do DDO. he had a cataract. was asked D/D of cataract in a child
Confronation visual field in an old
gentleman. constricted visual fields
Then asked to test pupil reactions, there was anisocoria and an RAPD. couldn't put all the signs together, but described what
Medicine in Ophthalmology
Granulomatous uveitis: asked differentials, lots about
investigations for sarcoidosi after a long list, examiner said "tell me
some rarer causes" he was looking for brucellosis, (I suppose that was for the
Scar of carotid endarterectomy; asked to auscultate for carotid bruit
and asked what would you do next; asked about trials. Thought I would fail this station because I
got the percentages wrong