Candidate 16 Centre: Cardiff
Date: March, 2001
Bilateral RD, with inverse hypopyon sign of silicone oil in one eye. Management
Glaucomatous optic atrophy and RAPD
Bilateral idiopathic uveitis in a 8 year old boy. Causes
Unilateral dislocation of lens. Causes.
Corneal opacity + corresponding lenticular opacity in a 10 year old boy. Causes and management.
Indirect ophthalmoscopy of chorioretinal scars due to PRP. Indications for PRP.
Terriens marginal degeneration
Anisocoria + RAPD the smaller pupil (optic atrophy with the direct). After discussing the causes of anisocoria, the questioning went on to possible causes of this combination.
Complete pupil-sparing III N. palsy. Discussion of causes.
Divergence excess exotropia. Management.
Diabetic retinopathy. Questions on screeningDiscussion: Investigations and mgmt. of a young female with unilateral visual loss; GCA history and management
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