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A patient with corneal ulcer noticed sudden cessation of pain & relieve of other symptoms. The possible occurrence is:

a- Complete cure.
b- Perforation.

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Small peripheral corneal perforation leads to:

a- Corneal fistula.
b- Anterior polar cataract.
c- Peripheral anterior synechia. 
d- Anterior staphyloma.

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Ophthalmology

In recurrent neuroparalytic keratitis the best treatment is :

a- Antibiotic drops & ointment..
b- Artificial tears.
c- Tarsorrhaphy. 
d- Closure of lacrimal puncta.

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Ophthalmology

In advanced keratoconus, the best treatment is :

a- Penetrating keratoplasty.
b- Soft Contact lenses.
c- Hard contact lenses.
d- Refractive surgery.

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Ophthalmology

Fleischer’s ring on the corneal epithelium is seen in :

a- Keratoglobas.
b- Keratoconus.
c- Keratomalacia
d- Anterior staphyloma

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Ophthalmology

Mooren’s ulcer is :

a- Degenerative ulcer.
b- Infective ulcer.
c- Auto immune ulcer.
d- Neuroparalytic ulcer

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Ophthalmology

Steroids are indicated topically in :

a- Hypopyon ulcer.
b- Dendritic ulcer.
c- Mycotic ulcer.
d- Disciform keratitis.

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Ophthalmology

Ulcer serpens is caused by :

a- Staphylococci.
b- Streptococci.
c- Pneumocucci.
d- Gonococci.

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Ophthalmology

The followings are true about hypopyon except:

a- It is leucocytosis due to bacterial toxins.
b- It is fluid & cells.
c- It is absorbed with therapy.
d- It is infected fluid containing pus cells.

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Ophthalmology

Pseudo – cornea is formed of:

a- All corneal layers.
b- Three layers namely epithelium, stroma & endothelium. 
c- Stromal layer with epithelium.
d- Only epithelial layer.