Final MRCOphth Date: March, 2007
Peripheral drusens and
questions on how to counsel patient about the risks of wet AMD.
An inferior pigmented lesion seen with a 20D lens. Asked for a differential diagnosis.
Choroidal folds and asked for
Bilateral increased cup-disc ratio. Asked for management.
Bilateral trabeculectomy blebs
and cupped discs. Shown both Goldmann and Humphrey visual fields and got asked a
lot of questions. (Completely bombed this station as I got stuck with questions
An unilateral ptosis, asked to
do lid measurements and asked about causes
Bilateral penetrating keratoplasty and asked about causes.
Dragged disc with macular scar. Asked for a differential diagnosis.
Asked to examine the facial muscles and shoulder girdle. Asked for a differential diagnosis. (The patient has facio-scapular dystrophy but I had absolutely no idea what it's).
Shown a MRI scan with unilateral proptosis. Bell rang before questions.
A young female with an
unilaterally dilated pupil. Asked to examine the pupils and give a differential
diagnosis (I think it's pharmacological dilation).
Examining the extra-ocular movement of a middle-aged lady. The left adduction was limited but I forgot to do the cover test at the beginning. And it turned out the patient had exotropia.
A patient with esotropia. Asked
to perform extraocular movement and give a differential diagnosis.