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Perimetry Exam

Perimetry Exam

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Name: ________________________________________________ Date: ______________Score: ______
INSTRUCTIONS:
ENCIRCLE the letter of the correct answer.1.
 
Perimetry is fundamental in diagnosing and managing what disease/s?a.
 
Neurological diseaseb.
 
Glaucomac.
 
Retinal diseased.
 
A and B onlye.
 
All of the above2.
 
Which of the following is not true regarding glaucomatous visual field loss.a.
 
Early field defects manifests as decreased sensitivity in small regions of the eye.b.
 
In order to diagnose glaucoma, sensitivity differences across the horizontal meridian,especially in the nasal hemifield, are often used clinically.c.
 
It usually occurs first in the areas of the upper and lower hemifields.d.
 
It is considered the hallmark of glaucomatous visual field loss if there is significantdecreased sensitivity at a single test.e.
 
None of the above.3.
 
Which of the following statements best describes threshold and suprathreshold testing?a.
 
Threshold testing is used for visual function while suprathreshold testing is used forvisual sensitivity.b.
 
Threshold testing is used for visual sensitivity while suprathreshold testing is used forvisual function.c.
 
Both are used for visual function and sensitivity.d.
 
None of the above.4.
 
Which of the following items below can peripheral testing be useful?a.
 
Driversb.
 
Insurance purposesc.
 
Readingd.
 
A and B onlye.
 
All of the above5.
 
What does a p<5% probability symbol mean?a.
 
In a given stimulus, fewer than 5% of people with normal eyesight would be expected tohave a decreased sensitivity in that spot.b.
 
In a given stimulus, fewer than 5% of people with eye complaints would be expected tohave a decreased sensitivity in that spot.c.
 
In a given stimulus, fewer than 5% of people with eye complaints would be expected tohave a normal sensitivity in that spot.d.
 
In a given stimulus, fewer than 5% of people with normal eyesight would be expected tohave a normal sensitivity in that spot.
 
6.
 
Which of the following data on STATPAC Single field analysis is essential for diagnosis?a.
 
Numerical Printoutsb.
 
Glaucoma Hemifield Testc.
 
Pattern Standard Deviationd.
 
Grayscale Printoutse.
 
None of the above7.
 
Which of the following is wrong regarding the peripheral vision.a.
 
Peripheral 30 degrees superiorlyb.
 
Peripheral >60 degrees temporallyc.
 
Peripheral 40 degrees inferiorlyd.
 
Peripheral 20 degrees nasally8.
 
A generally depressed field without localized loss is most commonly caused by what?a.
 
Media opacitiesb.
 
A <2mm pupilc.
 
Lack of proper refractive correctiond.
 
A and B onlye.
 
All of the above9.
 
Which of the following retinal sensitivity values is the brightest?a.
 
10 dBb.
 
20 dBc.
 
30 dBd.
 
40 dB10.
 
What is the dimmest stimulus that can be seen foveally by a young, well-trained observer?a.
 
38 - 48 dBb.
 
28 - 38 dBc.
 
38 - 40 dBd.
 
18 - 28 dB11.
 
E.S., a 68-year old fruit vendor, came in the eye center complaining of decreased vision. Uponexamination, it was noted that there is blindness in the central 30 degrees of both eyes. Uponundergoing perimetry, it was noted that some of the points in the 24-
2 instrument can’t
sensitize a zero-decibel stimulus. What type of defect is this?a.
 
Relative defectb.
 
Absolute defectc.
 
Irreversible defectd.
 
Its normal. Its just the blind spot12.
 
What is the standard background illumination as set by the International Council of Opthalmology?a.
 
31.0 apostilbsb.
 
21.5 apostilbsc.
 
31.5 apostilbsd.
 
21.0 apostilbs
 
13.
 
In which of the following conditions does the Goldmann test spot size V is/are used?a.
 
Advanced field lossb.
 
SWAPc.
 
Media opacitiesd.
 
A and B onlye.
 
All of the above14.
 
Which is true regarding temporal summation?a.
 
As the duration of the stimulus increases, there is an increased permeability of cells tosodium, and the sensed stimuli will algebraically summate.b.
 
As the duration of the stimulus increases, there is an increased number of cells that arestimulated in order to make the stimuli visible.c.
 
It is essential to achieve temporal summation in perimetry, because it tests the visualfunction outside fovea.d.
 
It happens with a duration of 200 milliseconds.15.
 
In perimetry, what kind of cells does it test?a.
 
Ganglion cellsb.
 
Mostly rodsc.
 
Mostly conesd.
 
A and B are correcte.
 
A and C are correctf.
 
All of the above16.
 
What technique is being used in order to verify the correctness of the gaze of the patient beingtested?a.
 
Humphrey perimeterb.
 
Blind spot monitorc.
 
Heijl-Krakau perimeterd.
 
Heijl-Bengtsson monitor17.
 
What type of test pattern is used in this patient?a.
 
30-2b.
 
24-2c.
 
10-2d.
 
54-2

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