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Post by hemo_basha on Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:13 am

keratoconus is characterized by except

cone shaped cornea
thickening of cornea
myopic astigmatism
bilateral
occurs in young age


secondary glaucoma due to intumescent cataract is treated by

miotics
glaucoma operation
cataract operation
mydriatics
paracentesis

the following is a cause of gradual diminution of vision

central retinal artery occlusion
acute congestive glaucoma
papillitis
senile cataract
acute retrobulbar optic neuritis


treatment of diphteretic conjunctivitis is except

antidiphteretic serum
systemic antibiotic
local antibiotic
isolation and bed rest
anticoagulants


early sign of iridocyclitis

hypopyon
aqeous flare
keratic precipitates
irreactive pupil
posterior synechiae

binocular diplopia is a symptom of

thyrotoxic exophthalmos
paralytic squint
myathenia gravis
heterophoria
all of the above


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Re: MCQ

Post by Dr Sarhan on Fri Jan 25, 2008 3:11 pm

Thanks Alot Doctor
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