OPTHALMOLOGY SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] WBUHS 3RD PROFESSIONAL MBBS

OPTHALMOLOGY SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] WBUHS 3RD PROFESSIONAL MBBS

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OPTHALMOLOGY SORTED 10 YEAR QUESTION PAPERS [2009-2018] WBUHS 3RD PROFESSIONAL MBBS

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Marks Distribution
Total Marks 100 Pass Marks 50
Theory: 40 Marks
Pre & Para clinical subject
Group A Long question (No alternative): 10 Marks
Operative and Clinical question
Group B Short notes (Two out of three): 10 (5×2) Marks
Group C Long questions (One out of two): 10 Marks
Group D Short notes (Two out of three): 10 (5×2) Marks
Oral: 10 Marks
[Oral questions, Instruments, X-ray & other imaging]
Practical: 30 Marks
[Long case, Short case]
Internal Assessment: 20 Marks

 

Sorted Questions

GROUP A
1. Describe the anatomy of lacrimal apparatus with a labelled diagram. Enumerate the causes of
watering of eye. [2018]
2. Describe a schematic diagram of pupillary light reflex. Mention the drugs acting on pupil.
[2017]
3. Describe anatomy and physiology of lens. What is mechanism of accommodation? [2016]
4. Discuss the theories of Aqueous Humour formation, circulation and drainage. [2015]
5. Describe the anatomy of the upper eyelid with a labelled diagram. [2014]
6. Describe the anatomy of physiological lens. What is the mechanism of accommodation?
[2013]
7. Describe the pathway of light reflex with diagram. [2012]
8. Describe the anatomy of conjunctiva. [2011]
9. Discuss pupillary reactions with special reference to their basis and clinical significance.
[2010]
10. Describe the origin, insertion, nerve supply and action of extra ocular muscles. [2009]

GROUP C

1. Describe symptoms, signs and management of acute attack of angle closure glaucoma. [2018]
2. A 65 years old patient presented with gradual painless dimness of vision in both eyes during
last 2 years. Discuss the differential diagnosis and management. [2018] {Hint: D/D- Senile
cataract, POAG, Age related macular degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy, Presbyopia, Degenerative
myopia, Retinitis pigmentosa}
3. What is Keratoplasty? What are types? How will you collect the donor cornea and how will
you preserve it? [2017] {Hint: Keratoplasty = Corneal transplantation}
4. Enumerate the postoperative complications of cataract surgery. Briefly outline the treatment
of any one of them. [2017] {Hint: Most common late complication of ECCE is posterior capsular
opacification}
5. What is chronic dacryocystitis? Describe the steps of dacryocystorhinostomy. [2016] {HintDacryocystitis = inflammation of lacrimal sac}

6. How do you prepare a patient before cataract operation? How to predict the outcome of
cataract surgery? [2016]
7. Describe in brief the management of a case of a bacterial corneal ulcer. How would you treat
a non-healing ulcer? Enumerate the complications of corneal ulcer. [2015]
8. What are causes of seeing rainbow halo around light? Describe the management of one such
case having severe pain in the eye. [2015] {Hint: Causes of rainbow halo include Angle closure
glaucoma, Immature cataract & Mucopurulent conjunctivitis; out of these acute attack of angle closure
glaucoma is extremely painful}
9. Enumerate the possible causes of sudden painful dimness of vision in a 35 years old female
patient. Briefly discuss the signs, symptoms and management of any one of the cause. [2014]
{Causes include Acute attack of angle closure glaucoma, Acute keratitis, Acute Iridocyclitis, Orbital apex
syndrome, Chemical or thermal burn etc.}
10. A 7 years old boy was hit by a cricket ball in one eye. Enumerate possible damage in each of
the ocular structures expected in such a case. Describe the options for treatment to each
injury. [2014] {Hint: Blunt trauma}
11. A patient comes with Rainbow haloes. How do you diagnose the case? [2013] {Hint:
Differentiated by Fincham’s stenopaeic slit test, irrigating discharge etc.}
12. Enumerate the causes of night blindness. Write down the clinical features and management of
Vitamin A deficiency. [2013] {Hint: Causes include Vitamin-A deficiency/ xerophthalmia, Retinitis
pigmentosa, High myopia, Open angle glaucoma, Nuclear cataract etc.}
13. What are the causes of red eye? Write in brief about their differential diagnosis with
management. [2012] {Hint: Causes of red eye include Conjunctivitis, Keratitis, Acute iridocyclitis, Acute
angle closure glaucoma, Episcleritis, Scleritis, Subconjunctival haemorrhage etc.}
14. Describe the effect of blunt trauma on the eye. [2012]
15. Same as 8. [2011]
16. Describe the signs, symptoms and management of acute iridocyclitis. [2011] {Hint: Iridocyclitis
= anterior uveitis}
17. How would you diagnose a case of open angle glaucoma and follow up such a patient? [2010]
18. Write down the causes of gradual painless loss of vision and their management. [2009]
19. What is intraocular pressure? Mention conditions where intraocular pressure is low. [2009]
{Hint: Causes of hypotony include Chronic uveitis, Recent penetrating injury, Wound leak, Post-surgical
(e.g. trabeculectomy), Choroidal detachment, Retinal detachment etc.}

GROUP B & D

ERRORS OF REFRACTION AND ACCOMMODATIONS

1. Myopia [2015, 2009], Pathological Myopia [2014, 2011], Treatment of myopia [2018]
2. Hypermetropia [2012]
3. Presbyopia [2017]
DISEASES OF CONJUNCTIVA
4. Vernal Conjuctivitis [2011], Clinical features of vernal keratoconjunctivitis [2013]
5. Phlyctenular conjunctivitis [2017]
6. Red eye [2010]
7. Pterygium [2015], Management of recurrent pterygium [2017]
DISEASES OF CORNEA
8. Bacterial Corneal Ulcer [2012]
9. Hypopyon corneal ulcer [2016]
10. Removal of corneal foreign body [2013]
11. Paracentesis [2016]
12. Indications of keratoplasty [2009], Eye banking and keratoplasty [2015]
DISEASES OF SCLERA
13. Staphyloma [2016, 2012]
DISEASES OF UVEAL TRACT
14. Keratic precipitates [2018, 2009]
15. Endophthalmitis [2018]

16. Panophthalmitis [2014]
17. Evisceration [2014, 2012]
DISEASES OF LENS
18. Hypermature cataract [2009], Morgagnian Cataract [2011]
19. Capsulotomy in cataract extraction [2011]
20. SICS [2013]
21. Biometry [2018, 2012]
22. Early postoperative complications following cataract surgery [2009]
23. Posterior capsular opacification (PCO) [2017]
GLAUCOMA
24. Buphthalmos [2017]
25. Field changes in Primary Open Angle Glaucoma [2015]
26. Phacolytic glaucoma [2016]
27. Trabeculectomy [2014]
DISEASES OF VITREOUS
28. Vitreous haemorrhage [2010]
DISEASES OF RETINA
29. Diabetic Retinopathy [2011]
30. Retinoblastoma [2016]
31. Enucleation [2018, 2011]
DISORDERS OF OCULAR MOTILITY
32. Binocular Vision [2013]
33. Management of estropia in a 2 year old [2010]
DISORDERS OF EYELIDS
34. Entropion [2013]
35. Symblepharon [2014]
DISEASES OF LACRIMAL APPARATUS
36. Epiphora [2015]
37. Syringing of the Lacrimal passage [2012]
38. Acute Dacryocystitis [2013]
39. Symptoms, signs and management of a case of chronic dacryocystitis [2010]
40. Dacryocystorhinostomy [2009]
OCULAR INJURIES
41. Alkali burn of eye [2018]
OCULAR PHARMACOLOGY
42. Anti-glaucoma drugs [2016]
43. Side effects of topical corticosteroids [2010]

LASERS AND CRYOTHERAPY IN OPHTHALMOLOGY

44. Use of laser in eye [2014]
SYSTEMIC OPHTHALMOLOGY
45. Nutritional blindness [2017]
COMMUNITY OPHTHALMOLOGY
46. Vision 2020 [2015]
CLINICAL METHODS IN OPHTHALMOLOGY
47. Various methods of determination of visual acuity [2010]

N.B. Chapter division is based on “Comprehensive Ophthalmology by A K Khurana”

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