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OPTO 497: MOCK EXAMS

  

1-    If a baby is born with a dense congenital congenital cataract, at what age should you refer the child for cataract surgery?

a.     Within one month after birth

b.     At about 3 months of age

c.      Between 6 months and 1 year of age

d.     At about 3 years of age

 

2.     Pioneering studies by Hubel and Wiesel showed that monocular deprivation in young cats causes 

a. large changes in the shape of receptive fields for the dominant eye.

b. large changes in LGN ocular dominance.

c. atrophy of neurons across right and left ocular dominance columns.

d.  large changes in cortical ocular dominance.

 

3.     Emmetropization is…. 

         a.     A slight increase in the amount of measurable 

             hyperopia         

         b. A decrease in refractive error seen in the eye that late

             became deviating  

         c. The decrease in ametropia toward emmetropia in early 

            childhood

         d. When children become more myopic as they get older.

 

4.     The commonest congenital infection is:

a.     Rubella

b.     gonococcal ophthalmia neonatorum

c.      a herpes virus

d.     toxoplasmosis

 

5.     What visual test could you use if a child was so shy that he or she is non-responsive?

a.     Broken wheel.

b.     Lea symbols.

c.      HOTV test.

d.     Fixation preference.

 

 

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