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Topic-Wise KLE UniversityQuestion Bank2010 - 2018Dr. Sameeksha AgrawalDr. Ankit Agrawalwww.eyelearn.in

I. OculoplastyA. Eyelid1.1. Eyelids – Anatomy, applied anatomy,development, congenital anomalies2. Ptosisa.Aponeurotic ptosisb.Management of bilateralcongenital ptosis3. Ectropion4. Entropion – Etiology, surgery5. Capillary hemangioma of lids6. Rodent ulcer7. Sebaceous carcinoma of lid8. Blepharitis9. Frontalis sling surgery10. Horner syndrome11. Trichiasis12. Meibomian gland carcinoma13. Orbital implantsB. Lacrimal1.2.3.4.5.6.7.C. OrbitLacrimal apparatus – anatomyAcute and chronic dacryocystitisCongenital NLD obstructionLacrimal fistulaConjunctival dacryocystitisLacrimal outflow t techniques of DCRc.Failed DCR2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.Bony Orbit –a.Anatomy, relations, diagramb.Structure passing throughorbital apexc.Surgical spaces of orbitd.Blow out fracture of orbitOrbital cellulitisIdiopathic orbital inflammatory diseaseProptosis –a.Uniocular proptosisb.Childhood proptosisc.Etiology, clinical features,managementExophthalmosThyroid Eye DiseaseMyasthenia GravisPseudotumor of orbitThyroid eye diseaseOrbitotomiesOrbital apex syndromeOrbital rhabdomyosarcoma

II. CorneaA. Dry Eye1.2.3.4.5.Precorneal tear filmDry EyeCorneal transparencyDry Eye – Etiology, clinical features,managementNewer drugs in dry eyesB Conjunctiva1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.Normal conjunctival floraPterygium –recurrent, recent advancesPigmented lesions of conjunctivaVernal keratoconjunctivitisFolliclesTrachomaGiant papillary conjunctivitisSteven Johnson syndromeC. Ocular Disease1.1 Limbal stem cell deficiencyD Cornea1. Corneal Endothelium2. Corneal ulcer, Keratitisa. Lab diagnosis of corneal ulcerb. Lab diagnosis of infectiouskeratitisc. Non healing corneal ulcerd. Infectious keratitise. Stromal keratitisf. Fungal corneal ulcerg. Acanthamoeba keratitish. Herpes Simplex keratitisi. Mooren’s ulcerj. Marginal corneal ulcerk. Hypopyon corneal ulcerl. Fascicular ulcerm. Interstitial keratitisn. Disciform keratitiso. Superior limbickeratitisp. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus3. Eye banking and eye donation4. Corneal astigmatism5. Corneal dystrophya. Corneal dystrophyb. Stromal dystrophyc. Pathology of stromal dystrophy6. Keratoconus7. Iridocorneal dysgenesis8. Keratoprosthesis9. Keratoplasty –a. Types, indicationb. DLEKc. Graft failure and graft rejectiond. Various techniques of DLEK,advantages over PKe. Lamellar endothelial keratoplastiesf. Lamellar corneal surgery10. Xerophthalmia11. Kaposi sarcoma12. E Refractive Surgery13. LASIK14. Complications of refractive surgery15. Wavefront LASIK

III. Lens1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.16.IV. GlaucomaLens –a.Anatomy , sEctopia LentisCataracta.Congenital cataractb.Management of pediatriccataractc.Rosette cataractd.Drug induced al IOLb.Accommodative IOLc.Phakic IOLd.Piggyback IOLe.Newer IOLToric contact lensSubnormal vision after uneventfulcataract surgery over a span of 1 yearAnterior capsular phimosisLaser capsulotomyMICSDropped nucleusPosteriorly dislocated crystalline lensRefractive lens exchangeRecent trends in cataract Anatomy of angle of anterior chamber– diagram, imaging methodsOptic nerve head- blood supply withdiagramBlood aqueous barrierAqueous humour formationIridocorneal endothelial syndromePseudoexfoliationLens induced glaucomaPOAGAngle closure glaucomaPigmentary glaucomaPhacolytic glaucomaNeovascular glaucomaNormal tension glaucomaPre perimetric glaucomaCongenital and infantile glaucomaNon penetrating glaucoma surgeryAqueous shunt implantBuphthalmosAutomated perimetry, Perimetry inglaucomaTube vs TRAB studyGlaucoma drainage deviceGenes in POAGAntimetabolites in filtering surgeryEtiology and management ofintractable glaucomaNon penetrating glaucoma surgeryArgon laser trabeculoplastyMini trabeculectomyExpress glaucoma shuntCongenital glaucomaTarget IOPBleb related complicationsGlaucoma drainage deviceLasers in glaucomaRecent advances in investigation ofglaucoma

V. Uvea and ScleraA. Sclera1.2.3.4.5.6.StaphylomaScleritis – evaluation, managementNecrotizing scleritisEpiscleritisPosterior scleritisScleromalacia perforansIris nodulesKoeppe nodulesBussaca noduleAcute anterior uveitisPosterior uveitisFuchs heterochromic iridocyclitisGlaucomatocyclitic crisisMalignant melanoma of irisColobomata of uveaImmunosuppressives in uveitisVI. Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.Extraocular muscle – anatomy, lawsgoverning ocular motility, AVphenomenaCongenital esotropiaEsotropia – classify, accommodativeesotropia – investigation, managementHeterophoriaConcomitant convergent squintParalytic squintDuane retraction syndromeDouble elevator palsyClassify esotropiaAccommodative esotropiaNystagmusAmblyopiaNear reflexLeukocoriaVII. Neuro ophthalmology1.2.3.4.5.B. .12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.Cavernous sinus- anatomy, relation,thrombosisVisual pathway – anatomy, defects,blood supplyOptic chiasma – lesions6th nerve palsyAnatomy of optic nerve and itscongenital anomaliesPupillary light reflexPapilledemaOptic neuritisAnterior ischemic optic neuropathyDouble elevator palsy3rd nerveHorner’s syndromeCauses of disc edemaPapilledemaRetrobulbar neuritisHemianopiaHomonymous hemianopiaToxic optic neuropathyOptic atrophyColoboma of optic disc

VIII. RetinaE.Tumors1.A.Retinal vascular disease1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.Fundus changes in toxemia ofpregnancyCRVODiabetic maculopathy- Risk factor,etiopathogenesis, classification, MxGrid laserETDRS studyCSME 526 KDiabetic retinopathyDiabetic maculopathyHypertensive retinopathyBRVOEales disease2.3.4.5.F.C.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.Chloroquine retinopathyARMDMacular holeCherry red spot at maculaPathology of drusenRetinal Detachment1.2.3.4.5.6.D.RD surgery principlesPars plana vitrectomy- indicationSmall gauge vitrectomyExudative RDProliferative vitreoretinopathyChemo vitrectomyVitreous and Choroid1.2.3.4.Vitreous hemorrhagePosterior vitreous detachmentColoboma of optic discVitreous substitutesTrauma and Endophthalmitis1.2.3.4.B Acquired macular disorder1.2.3.4.5.Retinoblastoma –histopath, stagesRecent advances in retinoblastomamanagementMetastatic tumors of choroidChoroidal hemangiomaMalignant melanoma – patho, c/f, mxMicrobiology in endophthalmitisPathology of sympathetic ophthalmitisSympathetic ophthalmitisEndophthalmitis – Etiology,investigation, treatmentPost op endophthalmitisEndogenous endophthalmitisChemical burnsConcussion injury to eyeCommotio retinaeIOFBChalcosisKF ringG.CMV RetinitisH.ROP – BEAT ROPI.Retina Anatomy, development, rods, conesJ.Misc.1. Progressive outer retinal necrosis2. Optic atrophy3. Leber’s optic atrophy4. White dot syndrome5. Elschnig’s spots6. PC Rent7. Radiation retinopathy8. Optic disc pit9. Degenerative myopia10. Pseudophakic CME

IX. Drugs1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.XI. PHYSIOLOGY OF VISIONAnti VEGFAntiglaucoma drugsBrimonidineTimololLatanoprostProstaglandin analogueCorticosteroidAntiviral drugsAntifungal drugsMitomycin CTear substituteIntracameral drugsAnti-glaucoma drugsBotulinum toxin in ophthalmologyNSAID Antimetabolites in filtering sx1.2.3.4.5.6.7.XII. COMMUNITY OPHTHALMOLOGY1.2.3.4.5.X. Optics and 7.Sturm’s conoidObjective RefractionSubjective refractionRetinoscopy- principlesJackson cross cylinderBagolini’s striated glassAstigmatismAphakiaPrismsProgressive power lensContact lens – optics, indicationRigid gas permeable contact lensDisposable contact lensBandage contact lensPiggyback IOLICLAspheric lensMacular function testElectrophysiologicalstudies – ERG, EOG, VEPAccommodation – theories, anomaliesDark adaptationColor vision theoriesContrast sensitivityBinocular single vision6.Vision 2020DBCSNPCBSchool health program for blindnesscontrolPrevalence and trend of refractive errorin school going childrenNational blindness control societyXIII. 6.17.18.19.AlbinismPachymetryRodent ulcerEye bankingLASEKViscoelasticsWHO classification of TrachomaColor vision testAmniotic membrane transplantationContracted socketRhabdomyosarcomaMeibomian gland carcinomaLagophthalmosPathological myopiaStains in ophthalmologyTRIC agentOcular mycosisPathology of melanomaDiptheroids

XIV. INSTRUMENT AND 32.33.34.35.36.37.38.39.Siedel’s testCover uncover testForced duction testDiplopia chartingHess chartSlit lamp examinationImpression cytologyTonometry – applanation tonometerGonioscopyOphthalmoscopyJones testKeratometerSchirmer testSpecular microscopyUltra- biomicroscopyFFAOCTPCRLow vision aidsAnterior segment imagingDexamethasone implantNeuro modulating drugs inophthalmologyShort wave automated perimetry(SWAP)Anterior segment imagingExpress glaucoma shuntIntra corneal ringAmniotic membrane transplantFemto laserFugo knifePASCAL laserLaser iridotomyLaser capsulotomySilicon OilBionic EyeLasers in ophthalmologyCollagen cross linking in keratoconusCorneal topographySpecular microscopyConfocal scanning 1.Newer investigations inophthalmologyAqueous drainage devicesLasers in treatment of glaucomaIOL masterMRI in ophthal and neuro-ophthalEye banking and preservatives ofdonor corneaPhotodynamic therapyOptic nerve function testsAmniotic membrane transplantFemtolaserPentacamGene therapyXV. 18.Ocular manifestation of HIVOcular manifestation of leprosyVitamin A deficiencyXerophthalmiaVon Hippel Lindau syndromeTolosa-Hunt syndromeSteven Johnson syndromeLawrence Moon Biedl BardetsyndromeCongenital Rubella syndromeVogt Koyanagi Harada syndromeOcular manifestation in leukemiaHorner syndromeChloroquine toxicityOcular manifestation in leukemiaNeurofibromatosisThyroid Eye diseaseMyasthenia gravisMarfan’s syndrome

B. Lacrimal 1. Lacrimal apparatus – anatomy 2. Acute and chronic dacryocystitis 3. Congenital NLD obstruction 4. Lacrimal fistula 5. Conjunctival dacryocystitis 6. Lacrimal outflow system 7. DCR a. Conjunctivodacryocystorhinost omy b. Recent techniques of DCR c. Failed DCR C. Orbit 1. Bony Orbit – a. Anatomy, relations, diagram b.

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