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Laser photocoagulation treatment for diabetic retinopathy aims to: a) Prevention of vitreoretinal proliferation b) Vitreous hemorrhage resorption c) Reduce areas of retinal ischemia d) Avoiding optical neurites e) Prevention of cataracts 40 . !hich of the items listed may favor the development of acute angle "closure glaucoma: a) #yopia b) Small anterior chamber (narrow) c) instillation $ol. Pilocarpine 1% d) instillation Sol. Atropine 1% e) deep anterior chamber 40&. $enile eyelid ectropion is caused by: a) A hypertensive upper eyelid levator b) A scar retraction c) A tissue distension d) A hypertonia of orbicular muscle e) A con'unctival hypotonia 40(. !hich of ocular diseases listed is not associated )ith eye pain: a) Acute glaucoma b) *ridocyclitis c) Retinal detachments d) occlusion of the central retinal artery e) traumatic corneal erosion 40+. !hich of follo) laboratory e,aminations allo)s to confirm the presence of metallic intraocular foreign body: a) *onograma b) fluorescein angiography c) X ray orbital d) tonometry e) electroencephalogram 40-. .,amination of the visual field can study all of the follo) visual deficits e,cept one. !hich/: a) 0etinal b) scleral c) Papillary d) 1hiasmatic e) 1alcarin 404. !hich of the follo) drugs may cause ocular hypertension: a) mydriatic drops b) miotic drops c) corticosteroid drops d) antiseptic drops e) antibiotic drops 402. Accommodation role is: a) !ot tired eyes b) to maintain primary focus on the retina c) "ncrease lens curvature

d) "ncrease the refractiv power of lens e) 3o reduce lens curvature 401. Patients )ith myopia of -4 get presbyopia: a) Later that hyperopic patient b) At the same time li5e emmetropic c) !ever d) As hyperopia e) earlier that emmetropia 400. $pringtime con'unctivitis a) #oes seasonal b) *t is characteri6ed by the appearance of follicle on the lo)er eyelid con'unctiva c) *t is characteri6ed by the appearance of papillae on the upper eyelid con'unctiva d) *t is associated )ith mucopurulent discharge e) "t is associated with itchin$% photophobia% tearin$% eye con$estion 7 . !hich of these drugs cause increased *8P: a) steroids b) aceta6olamide c) Vit.A d) 3etracycline e) 9"bloc5ers 7 &. *8P: a) diurnal variation b) seasonal variation c) decreases )ith age d) increases )ith age e) is affected by $eneral anesthesia 7 (. !hich segment of the optic nerve can be ophthalmoscopic vie): a) intraocular b) intracanalicular c) intraorbitar d) intracranial e) all segments 7 +. 8ptic nerve: a) intraorbital se$ment is the lon$est portion of the optic nerve b) intracanalicular se$ment is most vulnerable to trauma c) All se$ments e&cept intraocular are shrouded in cerebrospinal fluid d) At the chiasm re$ion are crossin$ nasal fibers e) *n the chiasm region are crossing temporal fibers 7 -. 8ptic nerve: a) the shortest se$ment is the intraocular portion of the optic nerve b) the intracanalicular se$ment is the lon$est portion of the optic nerve c) *ntracranial segment has the variable length d) intraorbital segment is most vulnerable to indirect trauma e) papilla optic nerve is e&amined by ophthalmoscopy 7 4. !hich statement is true about crystal: a) '(% by wei$ht is due to water

b) 4oes sensory innervation c) posterior capsule is more elastic than the anterior d) has a refractive po)er in the rest of 444 e) is a spherical lens 7 7. *t is true that: a) superior obli:ue muscle is inserted into the sclera anterior to the e:uator b) e&ternal rectus muscle is innervated by the abducens nerve c) e,ternal rectus muscle originates from the region of the small )ing sphenoid bone d) superior rectus muscle is inserted at the sclera anterior to the e)uator e) inferior obli:ue muscle is innervated by the trochlear nerve 7 2. 1iliary body: a) consists of pars plana and pars plicata b) produces a)ueous humor c) is vasculari6ed by the posterior short ciliary arteries d) "s responsible for accommodation e) *t is part of the e,ternal tunic of the eyeball

7 1. $ympathetic ophthalmia occurs after: a) eye perforation with iris and ciliary body involvement b) syphilitic 5eratitis c) *ye in+ury with intraocular forei$n body retention d) 5eratitis lagophthalmica e) dacryocystitis 7 0. 8rbito"palpebral emphysema occurs after: a) *yelid penetratin$ in+ury b) facial "n+uries with sinus wall fracture c) "n+uries with ethmoid cell dama$e d) hypertension syndrome in 'ugular venous system e) hypertension syndrome in episcleal venous system 7& . ;ypertensive retinal angiosclerosis is characteri6ed by: a) arterial Refle& ,copper, b) arterial Refle& ,Silver, c) massive subretinal bleeding d) 8ptic nerve changes e) si$n Sallust -unn 7&&. Accommodation is the eye ability to change the po)er of convergence )hen loo5ing at an ob'ect: a) .ess than / m b) Less than 10 m c) and is due to: 1orneal curvature variation d) 0han$es in the refractive power of the lens e) changes in the inde, of refraction of the eye 7&(. 3he color vision can be determined by the follo)ing methods: a) Procedures for desi$nation b) *)uali1ation 2ethods c) 9iomicroscopic e,am

d) Procedures for #iscrimination e) 2ethods of comparision 7&+. Adenocarcinoma of eyelid: a) "t mostly occurs older people b) 3he tumor is painless on palpation c) 3ends local invasion d) <o metastasis e) fre)uently metastasi1e 7&-. Visual function listed: a) accommodation b) central vision c) peripheral vision d) the color vision e) binocular vision 7&4. 9lepharospasm may occurs under the follo)ing conditions: a) facial nerve paralysis b) 0orneal erosion c) corneal forei$n body d) retrobulbar optic neuritis e) dacryocystitis 7&7. *ntumescent senile cataract is characteri6ed by: a) hydratation of the lens b) decrease of the anterior chamber c) "ncrease of the intraocular pressure d) visual acuity is reduced e) maintained visual acuity 7&2. lagophthalmos: a) 3he disease is caused by oculomotor nerve paralysis b) 3he disease is caused by paralysis of the facial nerve c) .ower eyelid will turn inside d) Lo)er eyelid )ill turn out)ard e) As a result it is developin$ corneal &erosis 7&1. 9inocular vision e,amination methods: a) Adaptometria b) 3est ;irdberg c) colors test (4orth) d) 1ampimetry e) 3est Socolov 7&0. perception of the hereditary disorders are: a) -enetically determined b) =nilateral c) 5ilateral d) without evoluation e) progressive 7( . .ye adaptation to the dar5ness: a) Perform the 1"+ minute

b) is complete after one hour c) is achieved by photochemical substance decomposition d) "ncreased sensitivity of rods e) 4ecrease sensitivity of rods 7(&. 0od cells: a) Populate the macular region b) Populate the periphery of the retina c) *nsure the scotopic vision d) .nsure the photopic vision e) .nsure the color vision 7((. 1one visual cells: a) Populate the macular re$ion b) .nsure the scotopic vision c) Populate the periphery of the retina d) *nsure the color vision e) .nsure the photopic vision 7(+. *ndications for surgical treatment in chronic simple glaucoma: a) 6ailure of the intraocular pressure7s normali1ation by local and $eneral $laucoma medications b) increase the sclerosis of retinal vessels c) Pro$ression of the perimetric deficits d) Appearance of opacity in the crystalline lens e) Pro$ression of $laucomatous e&cavation 7(-. .,amination of the optic nerve papilla is done )ith: a) #irect and indirect ophthalmoscopy b) $chiascopy c) biomicroscopy of the fundus with a specific device d) 0adiographic e,amination e) 4iaphanoscopy 7(4. 4rainage of a:ueous humor from the eye via: a) corneoscleral trabecula 8trabecular meshwor9 b) episcleral veins c) uveoscleral and perineural spaces d) Schlemm7s canal e) ciliary body 7(7. 1linical forms of chronic primary glaucoma are: a) simple chronic open an$le $laucoma b) chronic con$estive an$le closure $laucoma c) :oint an$le $laucoma d) $econdary >laucoma e) facogenic >laucoma 7(2. $ub'ective signs of acute glaucoma attac5 include: a) eye pain increased with hemicrania b) si$nificant decrease of vision c) 4iplopia

d) !ausea e) epi$astric pain 7(1. Local antiglaucoma medications used to treat primary open"angle glaucoma: a) m " holinobloc5ers b) $edatives c) Parasimpaticomimetics d) 5eta bloc9ers e) antihistamines 7(0. 8b'ective symptoms of congenital glaucoma are: a) an enlar$ement of the eyeball b) ;cular <ypertension c) deep anterior chamber d) pale papilla with lar$e e&cavators e) reduced anterior chamber 7+ . Papillary changes in chronic simple evolutionary glaucoma are: a) papillary e&cavation b) optic nerve 1oloboma c) decoloration of the optic nerve ?atrophy) d) 3he nasal displacement of retinal vessels that are side by the ed$e of e&cavation e) papillary prominence ?edema) 7+&. 1auses of secondary glaucoma: a) *ye 5urns b) anterior uveitis c) <ypermature senile cataract d) con'unctivitis e) uveal melanoma 7+(. Absolute >laucoma is characteri6ed by: a) total absence of vision b) increased intraocular pressure% dru$ irreducible c) ocular hypotony d) total e&cavation of papilla and optic atrophy e) 1ataract 7++. Presbyopia is corrected )ith: a) divergent spherical lens correction added to the previous held value b) conver$ent spherical lens correction added to the previous held value c) cylindrical lens d) increases with a$e e) *t is treated )ith medication 7+-. Presbyopia is a disorder of acommodation: a) Physiolo$ical b) Pathological c) Reduction physiolo$ical accommodative amplitude d) *ncreasing convergence po)er of the lens e) .oss of lens elasticity 7+4. 3he role of accommodation is to: a) "ncrease the lens refraction

b) =eep the main focus on the retina c) 4ecrease the lens refraction d) move the main focus behind the retina e) clearly see ob+ects located at different distances from the eye 7+7. Accommodation is the eye ability to change the po)er of convergence )hen loo5ing at an ob'ect: a) .ess than / m b) #ore than - m c) is due to 1hanges in corneal curvature d) is due to 0han$es in the refractive power of the lens e) is due to 1hanges in the refractive po)er of the eye 7+2. 1onverging spherical lenses are used to correct: a) hyperopia b) myopia c) presbyopia d) simple myopic astigmatism e) Apha9ia 7+1. retina: a) "s composed of 1( layers b) <as $an$lion cell a&ons that form the optic nerve c) ;as 7 types of rods responsible for the color vision d) *s an important refractive medium of the eye e) Participates in a:ueous humor production 7+0. ;ypertensive retinal angiopathy st. ** is characteri6ed by a) arterial Refle& ,0opper, b) arterial Refle& ,Silver, c) $)elling of the optic nerve d) massive retinal hemorrhages e) crossin$ si$n Salus -unn 7- . ;ypertonic <euroretinopathy is characteri6ed by: a) 4ilatation of arterioles b) Swellin$ of the optic nerve c) retinal microaneurysms d) 0otton wool spots > retinal soft e&udates e) retinal microhaemorrha$es 7-&. 8ptical retina adheres to the ad'acent layers: a) optic nerve papilla b) ;rra serrata c) 3he macula d) 1iliary 9ody e) *ris 7-(. <onproliferative ?bac5ground) 4iabetic retinopathy is characteri6ed by the appearance of: a) spherical microaneurysms b) papilledema c) small retinal haemorrha$es

d) large retinal haemorrhages e) traction retinal detachment 7-+. 3he treatment of central retinal artery obstruction include: a) ?asodilators b) 3hrombolytics c) ;aemostatics d) Anticoa$ulants e) #ydriatics 7--. <onproliferative ?bac5ground) diabetic retinopathy characteristic signs are: a) 0etinal detachment )ith traction b) microaneurysms c) intraretnal haemorrha$e d) retinal soft e,udates " 1otton )ool spots e) retinal hard e&udates 7-4. *n the treatment of retinal vein obstruction are used: a) anti a$$re$ation dru$s b) fibrinolytic dru$s c) haemostatic drugs d) ;ypotension drugs e) Antibacterial drugs 7-7. ;irschberg test " location of corneal refle, on the sclera. *t is denoted a deviation of the eye: a) 0 @ b) 1- @ c) 2-"70 @ d) 4- @ e) @( A 7-2. ;irschberg test " location of corneal refle, on the limbus. *t is denoted a deviation of the eye: a) 0 @ b) 1- @ c) 2-"70 @ d) B/ A e) +0 @ 7-1. ;irschberg test " location of corneal refle, on the middle of the iris. *t is denoted a deviation of the eye: a) 0 @ b) 1- @ c) C/ D( A d) 4- @ e) +0 @ 7-0. ;irschberg test " location of corneal refle, at the edge of the pupil. *t is denoted a deviation of the eye: a) 0 @ b) 1/ A c) 2-"70 @ d) 4- @ e) +0 @

74 . 9inocular vision: a) "t is an innate refle&% which is developin$ parallel to visual acuity b) has three sta$es (de$rees) of evaluation c) is e&amined by the colors 4orth test d) is e,amined by the campimetria e) is disturbed in the strabismus 74&. 9inocular vision disorders: a) <yctalopia b) Amblyopia c) Patholo$ical !eutrali1ation d) ;emeralopia e) 4euteranopia 74(. 1ardinal sign of ciclites: a) con'unctival congestion b) retrocorneal precipitates c) 4ecreased in anterior chamber depth d) #ydriasis e) #yositis 74+. *n the presence of posterior synechiae in one eye )ith acute uveitis mydriatic administration is re:uired for: a) Prevention of pupillary seclu1ion b) Rupture of posterior synechiae formed c) Prevention of retinal detachment d) 3o improve visual acuity e) 3o increase intraocular pressure 74-. Anterior uveitis symptoms: a) normal pupil b) myositis c) #ydriasis d) posterior synechiae e) retrocorneal precipitates 744. 3o,ic Anterior uveitis occurs in: a) corneal ulcer b) $uperficial herpetic Aeratitis c) perforating corneal )ound d) severe con+unctivo corneal burns e) episcleritis 747. #ydriasis occurs: a) Acute $laucoma b) *nflammation of the anterior pole c) traumatic "ridople$ia d) instillation of parasympathomimetics e) instillation of sympathomimetic 742. 8ptic nerve: a) is composed of a,ons of retinal bipolar cells b) is composed of retinal $an$lion cell a&ons c) is composed of B parts

d) has t)o tunics: dura mater and arachnoid e) medial fibers crosses at the level of chiasm 740. 1omplications of chronic iridociclites: a) complicated cataract b) retinal detachment c) Secondary -laucoma d) seclusion and occlusion of pupil e) 1orneal =lcer 77 . .,amination of the optic nerve is accomplished by: a) ophthalmoscopy b) fundus biomicroscopy c) tonometry d) 0efractometry e) perimetry 77&. 3he most serious burns are )ith: a) Acids b) alcalines c) neutral solutions d) alcohol diluted e) physiological solution 77+. 1orneal perforation is uncertain if there is: a) .ye pain at the time of trauma b) ocular hypertonia c) ocular hypotony d) decreased or absent anterior chamber e) deep anterior chamber 77-. 3he main e,aminations in case of an intraocular foreign body )ill be: a) X ray of the orbits in C pro+ections b) tonometry c) biomicroscopy d) ophthalmoscopy e) refractometry 774. 1ornea: a) is composed of 7 layers b) is an important refractive medium of the eye c) the endothelial layer regenerates :uic5ly d) stroma is composed of parallel colla$en fibers e) is composed of / layers 777. Lens: a) "ncrease over the life b) is covered by a capsule c) *t is the most po)erful medium of refraction of the globe d) 3he nutrition from the central artery of the retina e) chan$es in curvature durin$ accommodation

771. Apha5ia correction is done )ith: a) $lasses b) 0ontact .enses c) intraocular lenses d) *ridoplasty e) Laser coagulation of the retina 770. Pathological cataracts occur: a) 4acryoadenitis b) 3o&ic #isorders c) chronic iridocyclitis d) #iabetes e) con'unctivitis 72 . 3he lens is e,amined by: a) biomicroscopy b) direct and side "llumination c) $5iascopy d) gonioscopy e) tonometry 72&. $igns of the anterior lens dislocation are. a) deep anterior chamber b) absent anterior chamberB iris stuc5 to cornea c) 2ydriasis d) corneal edema e) ;cular <ypertension 72(. 1omplications of the lens dislocation into vitreous are: a) <euritis b) Secondary -laucoma c) episcleritis d) retinal degeneration e) Aeratitis 72-. A corneal erosion is bandaged until: a) peri5eratic congestion disappears b) not colored with fluorescein c) miosis disappears d) pain disappears e) photophobia and tearin$ disappear 724. *n the treatment of corneal ulcer )ith hypopyon are used: a) mydriatics b) miotics c) Antibiotics d) binocular dressing e) drugs )hich stimulate corneal epitheli6ation 71 . !hich of the follo)ing clinical and functional symptoms do not fit the general con'unctivitis: a) #ecreased visual acuity b) 5lepharospasm c) muco"purulent secretion

d) deep pericheratic con$estion e) 3he presence of follicles 71&. *n con'unctivitis note: a) superficial con+unctival hyperemia b) deep con'unctival hyperemia c) posterior synechiae d) con+unctival nodular formations e) muco purulent secretion 71(. Cinn ligaments: a) connects the lens to the ciliary body b) *t is a part of the iridocornean angle c) Participate in the accommodation d) Participate in a:ueous humor production e) *t is composed of muscle tissue 71+. 1omplicationsof the trihia6is: a) 0hronic con+unctivitis b) =eratitis c) 1ataracts d) 0orneal ulcer 71-. Paralytic strabismus is characteri6ed: a) $trabe deviation is constant in all directions of sight b) 3he presence of diplopia c) Vicious position of the head ?torticollis) d) $trabe deviation is variable depending on the direction of sight e) .ye movements are reduced 714. Dor cataract prevention are used: a) Anti"inflammatory b) 1orticosteroids c) Remedies antio&idant d) Vasodilator e) Antivirals 717. 9inocular vision is the ability of the visual analy6er: a) 3o see the ob'ects located at different distances b) to perceive colors c) 3o distinguish different light intensities d) 3o fuse the ima$es of both eyes in a sin$le final ima$e e) 3o distinguish ob'ect details 712. Amblyopia: a) Refers to a reduction in visual acuity b) 2ay be caused by strabismus c) 2ay be caused by previously undetected ani1ometropia d) #ay be caused by con'unctivitis e) 2ay be treated with optical correction and occlusion 711. !hich of the follo)ing affirmations are true: a) *n functional strabismus the eye movements are reduced b) 3he deviation is constant in functional strabismus

c) "n paralytic strabismus the eye movements are reduced d) "n functional strabismus the eye movements are in complete volume e) "n paralytic strabismus the diplopia is present 710. 1 year child has strabismus. Damily doctor noticed the absence of the red pupillary refle, and presence of a yello)ish")hite refle, ?leucocoria): a) 3he presence of yello)ish")hite pupillary refle, is normal in a child 1 year b) 3he presence of yellowish white pupillary refle& is patholo$ical c) 3he e&amination by ophthalmolo$ist is ur$ently re)uired d) 3he child may have congenital glaucoma e) 3he child may have retinoblastoma 70 . 8ptic neuritis: a) is associated with a rapid decrease of visual acuity b) "s painless c) may be a part of systemic neurolo$ical disease d) visual acuity is unchanged e) is associated with reduced color vision 70&. 8ptic nerve atrophy may develop in: a) some retina7s diseases b) optic nerve compression c) to&ic ocular disorders d) 1on'unctivitis e) 4acryoadenitis 70(. Pupil: a) #ydriasis is caused by pilocarpine b) 2ydriasis is caused by atropine c) myosis is caused by atropine d) myosis is caused by pilocarpine e) myosis is caused by phenylephrine 70+. Posterior chamber of the eye: a) is another name for vitreous b) is between the iris% lens and ciliary body c) contains a)ueous humor d) 0ommunicate with anterior chamber e) *s located bet)een the cornea and iris 70-. 1ones provide: a) photopic vision b) the color vision c) central vision d) peripheral vision e) scotopic vision 704. 1hronic purulent dacryocystitis patient complaints are: a) .acrimation b) 2ucopurulent secretion c) Photophobia d) 9lepharospasm e) 4ecrease in visual acuity

707. 3he senile cataract differential diagnosis is done )ith: a) Simple chronic $laucoma b) 1orneal =lcer c) 0orneal .eucoma d) .piscleritis e) *ridocyclitis 702. 3he complications of lens dislocation in vitreous are: a) "t is obtained an apha9ia eye properties b) Secondary -laucoma c) .piscleritis d) 1on'unctivitis e) Aeratitis 701.3he eye in'uries )hich re:uire emergency surgery are: a) Penetratin$ eye in+uries more than C mm b) "ntraocular forei$n body c) #islocation of the lens in the anterior chamber d) Severe ocular contusion with subcon+unctival rupture of the sclera e) ;yphema up to 1E7 of anterior chamber volume 700. 8culomotor nerve innervates the muscles: a) inferior rectus b) lateral rectus c) 8bli:ue superior d) inferior rectus and obli)ue inferior e) superior rectus 2 . *n acute con'unctivitis is detected: a) modification of con+unctiva7s color b) 0han$es in con+unctiva7s relief c) 0on+unctival edema d) .achrymal stasis e) Posterior synechiae 2 (. #ydriasis is produced by: a) Atropine b) <omatropine c) Pilocarpine d) Adrenaline e) 2e1atone 2 +. *ndication for laser treatment in ophthalmology: a) Secondary 0ataract b) Acute 1on'unctivitis c) Acute iridocyclitis d) Vitreous dystrophy e) #iabetic retinopathy 2 -. 3he types of cataract: a) 0on$enital b) Senile c) Posttraumatic

d) 0omplicated e) *nfectious 2 4. 3he 1omberg"9altin prosthesis using: a) 3o locate the in'uries in case of penetrating trauma of the eyeball b) 3he radio$raphic locali1ation of intraocular forei$n body c) .ye contusion d) 3o determine the magnetic properties of foreign body e) 3o determine the volume of intravitreal hemorrhage 2 7. 3he traumatic secondary glaucomaFs causes are: a) 2assive intraocular haemorrha$e b) #islocation of the lens c) 0etinal detachment d) Severe eye burns e) 1horoidal ruptures 2& . Presbyopia is characteri6ed by: a) .oss of lens elasticity b) #ecreased accommodative capacity c) 1louding of the lens d) *ncreased the accommodative capacity e) 0eduction of intraocular pressure 2&&. .ndogenous 5eratitis forms: a) .uetic b) 3uberculosis c) 3raumatic d) Aeratomycosis e) <erpes virus 2&(. .,ogenous 5eratitis forms: a) 3uberculosis b) $yphilitic c) 3raumatic d) 0heratomico1e e) Autoimmune 2&+. $yphilitic 5eratitis phases: a) "nfiltration b) .volutionary c) ?asculari1ation d) Resorption e) Advanced 2&7. !hich of the listed conditions tend to relapse: a) <erpetic 9eratitis b) Adenoviral 5eratitis c) 1orneal serpiginos ulcer d) e) $yphilitic 5eratitis 2&2. 1ontraindications for administration of corticosteroids: a) 0orneal ulcer serpi$inos b) 3uberculosis cherato" con'unctivitis c) 0orneal erosion

d) =veitis e) Penetrating eye )ound 2&1. $erpiginos ulcer complications: a) 1orneal hypoesthesia b) 3he appearance of the corneal flictena c) Perforation of cornea d) *ndophthalmitis e) corneal leu9oma 2&0. 4ecreased visual acuity in corneal diseases can be caused by: a) 0orneal refractive disorders b) 0orneal infiltrates c) 0orneal opacities d) 0orneal vasculari1ation e) 4ecreased corneal sensitivity 2( . lens: a) "s a biconve& lens b) "s perfectly transparent and elastic c) 6i& to the ciliary body by Einn li$aments d) #ay be involved in an inflammatory process e) refraction power at rest is 1F.( to C(.( # and an accommodative effort of DD.( # 2(&. 8ptic nerve in'ury )ill be characteri6ed by: a) 5lindness of the eye b) 3he disappearance of intredirect fotomotor refle& c) 2ydriasis d) myosis e) =eepin$ consesual fotomotor refle& 2(+. 1entral retinal vein thrombosis is characteri6ed by: a) #ecreased visual acuity b) dilated% tortuous retinal veins c) $ymptom Gmacular cherryG d) Symptom ,crushed tomatoes, e) strong eye pain 2(2. Pericorneal congestion indicates: a) con'unctivitis b) simple glaucoma c) vascular tract inflammation (iridocyclitis) d) corneal inflammation (9eratitis) e) retinal detachments 2+(. 3he eye is characteri6ed by: a) Avera$e static refraction power @(# @B# b) 2ain focus on the retina c) Average static refraction po)er 474 d) #ain focus before the retina e) #ain focus after the retina 3he myopic eye is characteri6ed by: a) Average static refraction po)er +04"+44

b) #ain focus on the retina c) Average static refraction po)er 474 d) 2ain focus before the retina e) #ain focus after the retina ;ypermetropic eye is characteri6ed by: a) Average static refraction po)er +04"+44 b) #ain focus on the retina c) Average static refraction po)er 474 d) #ain focus before the retina e) 2ain focus after the retina Dirst medicine help in acute iridocyclitis: a) #iotic b) 2ydriatic c) 9"bloc5ers d) Anesthetic e) 4iuretics Dirst medicine help in acute glaucoma: a) miotic b) mydriatic c) 5 bloc9ers d) anesthetic e) #iuretics