1) preseptal cellulitis
2) follicular conjunctivitis
3) basal cell carcinoma
4) giant cell arteritis
5) Oral: herpes simplex virus, uveal melanoma, pingueculae
1) Ocular motility and neuro-ophthalmology:
Infantile esotropia in 21 year old
AION secondary to GCA. Asked re: work-up and management of latter.
2) Ophthalmology and medicine:
Quiescent well treated PDR fundus with abnormal gait (?foot drop).
Intermediate uveitis associated with multiple sclerosis
3) Posterior segment:
Choroidal melanoma, disciform scar and assess a diabetic fundus with 20D
. Asked about work-up & management of each.
4) Glaucoma and Cataract:
RP with post subcap opacity and waxy pallor of optic disc (undilated pupil).
Pseudoexfoliation glaucoma: diagnosed with undilated pupil. Numerous visual
fields given to interpret, including 10-2, and asked why and when it would
be used in the context of glaucoma.
5) Communication skills:
Take history from and consent patient with involutional ptosis. Patient
wanted a consultant to operate on her and requested a GA. I had to talk
her out of both.
6) Anterior segment:
Epithelial rejection of corneal graft.
Ocular cicatricial pemphigoid.
Sturge-Weber syndrome. Management of each was asked.