1) Viva: discussion on neonatal conjunctivitis; micrograph of rubeosis
and posterior synechiae with vitreous haemorrhage asked about the likely
diagnosis in a 75 year old, I mentioned central retinal vein occlusion.
Histology of a lipogranulomatous lesion and the diagnosis was chalazion.
3) Late endophthalmitis: Discussion of likely pathogens (propiobacterium
acne), signs and treatment.
4) A histology slide of either lymphoma or benign reactive hyperplasia
but I thought it looked like a non-caseating granuloma and wrongly diagnosed
it as sarcoid granuloma.
5) Retinoblastoma (poor quality micrograph).
1) Communication skill:
ARMD, discussion and explanation and consent for FFA
2) Ophthalmology and medicine:
Psoriasis with non-granulamatous uveitis and sarcoid with granulomatous
Carotid artery occlusion: asked to listen for carotid bruit and feel the
pulse for any irregularity. Discussion on the possibility of temporal arteritis.
3) Posterior segment:
choroidal lesion. Possibilities of choroidal naevus vs melanoma. Went through
disciform scar from subretinal neovascular membrane.
4) Glaucoma and Cataract:
bilateral blebs with pale cupped discs. Discussion on augmented trabeculectomies
(5-Fu and mitomycin) including the age, race and complications.
Hudson-Stanli's line but could not see any other abnormalities.
combined 3rd and 4th nerve palsy post-traumatic without pupil involvement.
bilateral pale discs and possible causes
visual field examination: right eye has no light perception and the left
has temporal visual field defect. Possible causes: chiasmal lesion? junctional
6) Anterior segment:
conjunctival lesion: ? pseudopterygium
Fuch's endothelial dystrophy
unilateral scared cornea with bullae.