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The medical specialty dealing with medical and surgical treatment of eye disease is:

A) Ophthalmology
B) Optomology
C) Opthalmology
D) Ohphthalmology
E) Optometry
A) Ophthalmology
Which of the following is a true ophthalmic emergency?

A) Retinal detachment
B) Corneal foreign body
C) Red eye for 48 hours
D) Central retinal artery occlusion
D) Central retinal artery occlusion
Which of the following is NOT a treatment for amblyopia in children?

A) Patching
B) Glasses
C) Cycloplegics
D) Vision Training
D) Vision training
A bacterial corneal ulcer is best represented by which of the following:

A) 18 y/o contact lens wearer
B) 80 y/o post-op cataract surgery pt.
C) 45 y/o with acute eye pain
D) 55 y/o with diabetic double vision
A) 18 y/o contact lens wearer
The BEST diagnostic physical finding in a patient with VIRAL ocular infection is:

A) Papules
B) Phyctenules
C) Vericellata
D) Limbal girdles
E) Palpable preauricular lymph nodes
E) Palpable preauricular lymph nodes
A young woman presents with red, itchy, watery eyes. There is no preauricular node lymphadenopathy. What is it?


A) Allergic conjunctivitis
B) Bacterial Conjunctivitis
C) Viral Conjunctivitis
D) Fungal Conjunctivitis
E) Foreign Body
A) Allergic conjunctivitis
Visual acuity depends on:

A) Brightness
B) Size
C) Contrast
D) Separation
E) Deviation from center of fova
F) All of the above

**Extra ?**
F) All of the above
Neurofibromatosis may be associated with:

A) Plexiform neurofibromata of the eye
B) Optic nerve glioma
C) Absence of sphenoid wing
D) Pulsating exophthalmos
E) All of the above

**Extra ?**
E) All of the Above
What is the most common cause of blindness?

A) Diabetes
B) Trauma
C) Drug/pharmaceutical use
D) Giant papillary conjunctivas

**Extra ?**
A) Diabetes
What is the most common malignant eyelid tumor?

A) Retinoblastoma
B) Basal cell carcinoma
C) Squamous cell carcinoma
D) Clear cell carcinoma

**Extra ?**
B) Basal cell carcinoma