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OPTO 493 MOCK EXAM

 

1. When performing the Red Lens Test, the separation between the two lights will be greatest in: 

A.   up-gaze

B.   down-gaze

C.   the field of action of the muscle that is under-acting (weak)

D.   the field of action of the muscle that is over-acting

2. in clinical examination, you should start with the least disruptive test in terms of binocularity because

A.   Fusion is none central process occurs in optic disc 

B.   it is important to avoid breaking the fusional control before starting the clinical tests

C.   If patient have no bifoveal fusion, then he have no peripheral fusion

D.   you do not want the patient to feel pored

3. Which of the following conditions would you most likely expect to see in a strabismic patient who has a best corrected visual acuity of 20/20 in each eye?

A.   Amblyopia

B.   Alternation

C.   Anisometropia

D.   Anisocoria

4. Which of the following patients is MOST likely to develop ARC?

A.   a patient with X 35

B.   a patient with a long standing IV n paresis

C.   a patient who does not suppress when tropic

D.   a patient with ET 10

5. Muscle Sequelae for paralytic strabismus would include

A.   Overaction of agonist

B.   Underaction of ipsilateral antagonist

C.   Underaction of contralateral synergist

D.   Underaction of contralateral antagonist

6. Sherrington’s Law supports the theory of:

A. Equal innervations to synergist muscles

B. Cyclorotation of the eye in each orientation

C. Reciprocal innervations to an agonist

D. Asymmetrical convergence

7. A patient with an exodeviation greater at distance than at near is given a patch test to:

A.   Eliminate the effect of proximal convergence

B.   Eliminate the effect of fusional convergence

C.   Eliminate the effect of accommodative convergence

D.   Eliminate the effect of tonic convergence

8. An individual with right fourth nerve palsy will present with:

A.   vertical diplopia worth in left gaze

B.   right head tilt

C.   large V pattern

D.   negative head tilt test

 

 

 

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