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DEGREE EXAMINATION. 6. P. Write Short notes on : 1. Code : 524071 Time : Three hours Maximum: 120 Marks Answer ALL questions Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary I. Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations Part I Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. Two causes of cherry red spot. Diagnostic criteria of acute retrobulbar neuritis. Essay Questions : (2 x 20 = 40) 1. 9. 10. Types of blindness and WHO definition of blindness. Code : 4071 THIRD (FINAL) M. 2. Two cycloplegic drugs. Two syndromes associated with subluxated lens. Layers and function of tear film. clinical features field defects and management of primary open angle glaucoma. III. 3.February 2009 [KU 547] Sub. 6. Describe the etiology. 7. Symblepharon 5. 5. 2. Two absolute indications of enucleation. 4. Episcleritis. Short Answer Questions : 1. Two causes of Night blindness. Spring catarrh.B. Discuss the etiology.B. 4. 3. Draw diagram of cross section of upper lid. Advantages of phacoemulsification. 8. Elevators of upper lid and their nerve supply. Indications of keratoplasty.S. II. 2. ***** (6 x 5 = 30) (10 x 2 = 20) . clinical features and management of Hypopyon corneal ulcer. Complicated cataract.

B. clinical features and treatment of chronic decryocystitis. 7. Clinical features of viral keratitis. Aetiology. 6. Causes of tubular vision. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30) 1. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy. 8. Goals of vision 2020. DEGREE EXAMINATION. ***** (10 x 2 = 20) . Short Answer Questions : 1.B. 9. Write Short notes on : (6 x 5 = 30) 1. Hardeolum externum. II. 3. P. 2. clinical features and treatment of retinal detachment. 10. Code : 524071 Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks Answer ALL questions Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary I. Causes of cherry red spot. 4. Aetiology. What is scotoma and its types? 3. Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations Part I Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. Argyll Robertson pupil. 4. Treatment of pterygium. 2. Colour vision tests. 5. Causes or variations in intraocular pressure in iridocyclitis.S. Two causes of axial proptosis. 6.August 2009 [KV 547] Sub. Causes of entropion. Viscoelastics. 5. Definition of retinoscopy. Intra vitreal drugs in enoophthalmitis. 2. III. Code : 4071 THIRD (FINAL) M.

B. 7. 3. Chronic dacryocystitis. Code : 4071 THIRD (FINAL) M. Lens induced glaucoma. 4. II. Ophthalmia neonatorum. Short Answer Questions : 1. 5. 2. National programme for control of blindness. 4. 2. Eye banking.February 2010 [KW 547] Sub. Describe the pathogenesis. 3. Acute congestive glaucoma. 9. Code : 524071 Time : Three hours Maximum: 80 Marks Answer ALL questions Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary I. diagnosis and treatment of hypopyon corneal ulcer. classification. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30) 1. Sturm’s conoid. Recurrent pterygium. Malignant tumours of the eye lid. Rubeosis iridis. clinical features and management of diabetic retinopathy. Blepharitis. 9. P. Toxic optic neuropathies. 2. 6. Orbital cellulities. Causes of tubular vision. After cataract.B. 6. Pathological myopia. Advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy. 8. 10. 8. Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations Part I Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. 5. clinical features.S. Phacoemulsification. Describe the aetiology. 10. Sympathetic ophthalmia. ***** (10 x 5 = 50) (10 x 2 = 20) . Write Short notes on : 1. 7. DEGREE EXAMINATION. Detachment of retina. III.

10. Ophthalmia Neonatorum. Fundus picture in central retinal artery occlusion. 3. II. Code : 4071 THIRD (FINAL) M.August 2010 [KX 547] Sub.B. Management of Absolute Glaucoma. Keratic precipitates. 5. 7. 6. Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations Part I Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. Acanth ameba keratitis. Clinical features and management of Herpes Zoster ophthalmicus. Enumerate the pre-operative investigations for Cataract Surgery. management of acute congestive Glaucoma. Causes of Cherry red spot. DEGREE EXAMINATION. After cataract. Dry eye. 2. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 = 50) 1. Vitreous Hemorrhage. Code : 524071 Time : Three hours Maximum: 100 Marks Answer ALL questions. 9. Vitamin A prophylaxis. 2. Discuss clinical features. III. Keratoconus. Short Answer Questions : 1. 8. Mention different surgeries for Retinal Detachment. Legal Blindness. Sturm’s Conoid. 8. 4. Essay Questions : (2 x 15 = 30) 1.B. 10. 5. P. 6. ***** (10 x 2 = 20) . 2. Indications for Keratoplasty. Sympathetic Ophthalmitis. 9.S. 7. Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary I. Pterygeum. 3. Mention 4 causes of dislocation of lens. Mention various antiglaucoma drugs. 4.

6. Discuss features and management of episcleritis. 12. Aetiology and complications of blepharoptosis. Two main advantages of phacoemulsification. 11. Classify diplopia with one example for each.August 2011 [KZ 547] THIRD M. 10. Mention two causes of toxic optic neuropathies. 8. Code : 4071 . Revised (Non-Semester) Regulations Part I Paper I – OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. 9. III. Discuss the aetiology. 7. Short Answer Questions : (15 x 2 = 30) 1. 5. Write about varieties of retinal detachment. 4.H. W. P. 14. Write about siderosis bulbi. definition of blindness. 9. Two anti-glaucoma surgeries. 2. 2. 10. Write Short notes on : (10 x 5 =50) 1. Write briefly on Acanthameba keratitis. II. Aetiology.S. 7. DEGREE EXAMINATION. 8. ***** Maximum: 100 Marks Sub. Discuss different diagnosis of leucocoria. 13. 4. Classify Uveitis and describe the management of acute iridocyclitis. clinical features. Describe the pathogenesis. Four differences between papilloedema and papillitis. Two causes of Rubeosis Iridis. Mention four mydriatics. 15. classification and clinical features and management of diabetic retinopathy. signs and treatment of spring catarrh. Draw a diagram of strum’s conoid. 3. investigations and management of chronic dacryocystitis. 3. Two advantages of indirect ophthalmoscopy. 5. Describe the fundus picture in AIDS. Describe the layers and functions of tear film. Discuss the management of acute angle closure glaucoma.O. Discuss ocular manifestations and management of Vitamin A deficiency. Four visual field defects in open angle glaucoma. 6. Two differences between granulomatous and non-granulomatous uveitis.B. Essay Questions : (2 x 10 = 20) 1. 2. Classification and clinical features of hypermetropia.B. Code : 524071 Time : Three hours Answer ALL questions I.

Draw cross section of the upper lid anatomy 2. Pathological myopia – recent trends in myopia correction 9. Define Glaucoma – Describe the clinical features and investigations and treatment of primary open Angle Glaucoma (POAG) (10 x 1 = 10) 2.P. Elaborate on: 1. Newer drugs in Glaucoma 6. investigation and treatment of Retinal Detachment. types. Lens induced Glaucoma 5. Goals of Vision 2020 III. Aetiology. Intravitrial drugs used in Endophthalmitis 11. Various lasers used in ophthalmology 8. signs and treatment of phlyctenxular conjunctivitis 4.5) (10 x 1. Short Answers 1. Two syndromes associated with retinitis Pigmentosa 15. Define ophthalmia Neonatorum and management 3. Code:524071 Time: Three hours Maximum: 40 Marks Answer ALL questions in the same order Draw Suitable diagrams wherever necessary I.5 = 7. Two causes of tubular vision 10. management and complications of acute iridocyclitis 7. Two differences between Papillitis and Papilloedema 14. Describe the retinal function tests 6.5 = 7. Two syndrome associated with subluxated lenses 4. Advantages of Phaco emulsification 5. (1 x 7. Indications and types of keratoplasty 9. Antimetabolites in ophthalmology 3. Classify Uveitis. Berlin’s Oedema ******* (15 x 0. Clinical Features. Clinical features and management of Orbital Cellulitis 10. Merits of Indirect Ophthalmoscopy 7. Anisometropia 8. Code: 4071 THIRD MBBS DEGREE EXAMINATION PART I REVISED NON-SEMESTER REGULATIONS PAPER 1 . Aetiology. Define Retinal detachment0. WHO classification of trachoma 12.OPHTHALMOLOGY Q. Two causes of Bilateral Proptosis 13.5 = 15) . Viral infection of cornea 2.February 2012 [LA 547] Sub. Write notes on: 1.5) II.

Code: 4071 THIRD YEAR M. Name two tests for colour vision. Types of lenses used for correcting astigmatism. 1 13. 9. Two causes of sudden painless loss of vision.5 0. 16 25 10 2. 10. 5. Ophthalmia neonatorum and its management.5 0. Two differences between pterygium and pseudopterygium.changes occurring in the eye. Prevention and management of corneal ulcer perforation. Difference between cupuliform cataract and cuneiform cataract. Managment of diabetic retinopathy.5 1. Sympathetic ophthalmia and its management. Elaborate on: Pages Time Marks (Max. Aetiology. Describe the clinical features diagnosis and management of senile cataract. Clinical features and management of congenital glaucoma.S DEGREE EXAM Paper – I OPHTHALMOLOGY Q.clinical features. Hordeolum externum and its management. Granulomatious uveitis .5 1. Difference between papillodema and papillitis.5 0. 1 15.What is ptosis? Name two different types of ptosis. 8. What is entropion? Different types of entropion.5 0. Curable causes of blindness? What is preventable blindness.) 1.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0. Use of Fincham test.AUGUST 2012 Sub.5 0.B.5 1. 1 7.5 1. Short Answers on: 1. 3. 1 12. 1 11. 1 4. 1 5.5 1.5 II. Accomodation.5 1.B. 16 25 7. Write Notes on: 1. Probable causes for congenital cataract. 1 ******* 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 0. 1 6.5 0. 1 3.5 0.5 0. 1 2.5 0. 1 10.5 III. give example for each.5 .clinical features and management. 6. 2. Hypermetropia –management.)(Max. clinical features and treatment of chronic dacrocystitis. Medical management of primary open angle glaucoma. 4. Viral keratits . 7.5 1.)(Max. [LB 547] 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1. P. Code: 524071 Time: 180 Minutes Maximum: 40 marks Answer ALL questions in the same order.5 1. 1 8. Two bacterial organisms which can penetrate intact cornea. Causes for blindness—management of trachoma. 1 14. I.5 0.5 1. What is siderosis? What is chalcosis? 1 9.