PG NEET Ophthalmology Mcqs 8 – Conjunctiva

  1. A 17-year-old girl with severe painful keratitis was suspected. Which of the following is not a risk factor for the same?
    1. Extended wear contact lens
    2. Exposure to dirty water
    3. Corneal trauma
    4. Squamous blepharitis
      1. Ans(4)
  2. Photophthalmia or snow blindness is caused by;
    1. Ultraviolet rays
    2. Infrared rays
    3. Gamma rays
    4. X -Rays
      1. Ans(1)
  3. Which of the following statements regarding Acanthamoeba keratitis is true?
    1. For isolation of the causative agent, the corneal scrapings are cultured on a nutrient agar plate
    2. The causative agent Acanthamoeba is a helminth whose normal habitat is the soil
    3. Keratitis due to Acanthamoeba is not seen in the immunocompromised host
    4. Acanthamoeba does not depend upon the human host for the completion of its life cycle
      1. Ans(4)
  4. Welder’s flash is due to:
    1. Infrared rays
    2. Ultraviolet rays
    3. Light in the visible spectrum
    4. None of the above
      1. Ans(2)
  5. A patient using contact lens develops the corneal infection. Laboratory diagnosis of Acanthamoeba keratitis is made. The following is the best drug for the treatment
    1. Propamidine
    2. Neosporin
    3. Ketoconazole
    4. Polyhexamethylene biguanide
      1. Ans(4)
  6. Treatment of photophthalmia includes:
    1. Irrigation with saline
    2. Cold compress
    3. Pad and bandage
    4. Analgesics
      1. Ans(2)
  7. Which of the following is/are caused by bacterial infection?
    1. Phlyctenular conjunctivitis
    2. Marginal keratitis
    3. Mooren’s ulcer
    4. Hypopyon corneal ulcer
      1. Ans(4)
  8. In human corneal transplantation the donor tissue is:
    1. Synthetic polymer
    2. Donor tissue from cadaveric human eyes
    3. Donor  tissue from live human eyes
    4. Monkey eyes
      1. Ans(2)
  9. Recurrent corneal erosions are seen in:
    1. Keratoglobus
    2. Keratoconus
    3. Glaucoma
    4. Corneal dystrophy
      1. Ans(4)
  10. Is donor cornea harvested from cadaveric donors with what time interval of death?
    1. 3 hours
    2. 6 hours
    3. 2 days
    4. 16 hours
      1. Ans(2)
  11. In Keratoconus all are seen except:
    1. Munson’s sign
    2. Thinning of the cornea at the center
    3. Distortion of the corneal reflex
    4. Hypermetropic refractive error
      1. Ans(4)
  12. Which of the following is not an absolute contraindication for corneal transplantation?
    1. TB meningitis
    2. Rabies
    3. Death due to an unknown cause
    4. SSPE
      1. Ans(1)
  13. Keratoconus is associated with all except:
    1. Down’s syndrome
    2. Marfan’s syndrome
    3. Ehler’s- Danlos syndrome
    4. Usher syndrome
      1. Ans(4)
  14. Which of the following statement regarding corneal transplantation is true?
    1. The whole eye is preserved in tissue culture
    2. The donor has not accepted if age is more than 60 years
    3. Specular microscopy is used to assess endothelial cell count
    4. HLA matching is mandatory
      1. Ans(3)
  15. True about Keratoconus is/are
    1. Increased curvature of the cornea
    2. Astigmatism is seen
    3. Cornea is thick
    4. Soft contact lenses are used
      1. Ans(1)
  16. Signs of graft rejection are all except:
    1. Kramer’s spots
    2. Khodadoust line
    3. Graf edema
    4. Foster’s spots
      1. Ans(4)
  17. Acute hydrops is seen in
    1. Keratoglobus
    2. Bullous keratopathy
    3. Keratoconus
    4. Buphthalmos
      1. Ans(3)
  18. Khodadoust line indicates:
    1. Sympathetic ophthalmia
    2. Rejection of corneal graft
    3. Acute congestive glaucoma
    4. Lesion in optic chiasma
      1. Ans(2)
  19. Fleischer’s ring is seen in
    1. Pterygium
    2. Chalcosis
    3. Keratoconus
    4. Trauma
      1. Ans(3)
  20. Percentage of endothelial cell loss after Descemet’s Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty
    1. 5%
    2. 10 – 20%
    3. 30 – 40%
    4. 50 – 60%
      1. Ans(3)
  21. Early keratoconus may be diagnosed by;
    1. Corneal topography
    2. Keratometry
    3. Pachymetry
    4. Ophthalmoscopy
      1. Ans(1)
  22. A patient with a history of ‘Chuna’ particles falling in the eye. Which of the following should not be done?
    1. Repeated irrigation of the conjunctival sac with normal saline
    2. Frequent installation of Na-rate drops
    3. Thorough slit lamp examination
    4. The double version of the lids to remove  the Chuma particles
      1. Ans(3)
  23. Enlarged corneal nerves may be seen in all of the following except;
    1. keratoconus
    2. Herpes simplex keratitis
    3. Leprosy
    4. Neurofibromatosis
      1. Ans(1)
  24. Universal marker for limbal stem cell is;
    1. Elastin
    2. Keratin
    3. Collagen
    4. ABCG2
      1. Ans(4)
  25. Band-shaped keratopathy is due to the deposition of:
    1. Calcium
    2. Amyloid
    3. Iron
    4. Melanin
      1. Ans(1)
  26. Band-shaped keratopathy is treated by:
    1. Propamidine isethionate
    2. EDTA
    3. Polyhexamethylene biguanide
    4. Chlorhexidine
      1. Ans(2)
  27. Corneal dystrophies are:
    1. Primarily unilateral
    2. Primarily bilateral
    3. Primarily unilateral with systemic
    4. Primarily bilateral with systemic disease
      1. Ans(2)
  28. Which of the following dystrophies is an autosomal recessive condition?
    1. Lattice dystrophy
    2. Granular dystrophy
    3. Macular dystrophy
    4. Fleck dystrophy
      1. Ans(3)
  29. Which of the following is the least common corneal dystrophy?
    1. Macular dystrophy
    2. Lattice type I dystrophy
    3. Lattice type II dystrophy
    4. Granular dystrophy
      1. Ans(1)
  30. Which of the following stains is used in granular dystrophy of the cornea?
    1. Masson’s trichrome
    2. Congo – red
    3. Colloidal iron
    4. PAS
      1. Ans(1)
  31. A 12 – year -old girl with tremors has golden brown discoloration of the Descemet’s membrane. Them most likely diagnosis is:
    1. Fabry’s disease
    2. Wilson’s disease
    3. Glycogen storage disease
    4. Acute rheumatic fever
      1. Ans(2)
  32. A 28 – years -old male complains of glare in both eyes. the cornea shows whorl-like opacities in the epithelium. He gives the history of long-term treatment with Amiodarone. The most likely diagnosis is:
    1. Terrien’s marginal degeneration
    2. Cornea verticillata
    3. Band-shaped keratopathy
    4. Arcus juveniles
      1. Ans(2)
  33. Pigment deposition on the cornea is seen in toxicity of:
    1. Chloroquine
    2. Digoxin
    3. Amiodarone
    4. Ranitidine
      1. Ans(1)
  34. Which of the following does not result in amorphous whorl-like deposits in the cornea?
    1. Chloroquine
    2. Amiodarone
    3. Indomethacin
    4. Chlorpromazine
      1. Ans(1)
  35. Dellen is:
    1. Localized thinning of the peripheral cornea
    2. Raised lesion at the limbus
    3. Marginal keratitis
    4. Age-related corneal degeneration
      1. Ans(1)
  36. Neurotrophic keratopathy is caused by:
    1. Bell’s palsy
    2. Facial nerve palsy
    3. Trigeminal nerve palsy
    4. None of the above
      1. Ans(3)
  37. Exposure keratopathy is due to paralysis of:
    1. Trigeminal nerve
    2. Facial nerve
    3. Abducens nerve
    4. Oculomotor nerve
      1. Ans(2)

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